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- Kellan Anfinson, The Ethos of the Event: From Political Eruptions to Climate Change.This project explores “the event” and its roles in political life, with a focus on articulating an ethos that better attunes us to an eventful world. Prominent among the unexpected events that punctuate political affairs, climate change drives and is driven by an acceleration of pace in several domains of contemporary life. The difficulty in engaging this event is revealed by the denials and deferrals we have faced in forging a political response to it. Thus the question that motivates this (...)
- Jonathon Daniel Hricko, A Defense of the Suppositionalist View of Hypothetical Entities.When scientists put forward hypotheses, they sometimes involve new kinds of entities, which we can call 'hypothetical entities.' Hypothetical entities are pervasive in the sciences, and some examples include caloric and, up until very recently, the Higgs boson. Some hypothetical entities are discovered, as was the case with the Higgs boson, while scientists conclude that others, like caloric, do not exist. Hypothetical entities pose a number of important challenges for the philosophy of science, and my goal is to develop and (...)No categories
- Blair Anton, Sue M. Woodson, Claire Twose & Nancy K. Roderer, Persistence of Clinical Questions Across Shifts on an Intensive Care Unit: An Observational Pilot Study.