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  1. Perception Matrices: An Adaptation of Repertory Grid Technique.Moon Katie, A. Blackman Deborah, M. Adams Vanessa & Kool Johnathan - forthcoming - .
    Perceptions of stakeholders can influence who is included and excluded from environmental policy-making processes. Repertory grid technique is a qualitative method that captures how a person differentiates objects according to dimensions of similarity. Used in a qualitative way, repertory grids reflect a person's individual constructed reality of the world. We adapt the technique to create a quantitative perception matrix that offers research participants the same set of stakeholder groups and descriptors that, unlike qualitative applications, can be used to compare perceptions (...)
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  2. I, Roboticus Oeconomicus: The Philosophy of Mind in Economics, and Why It Matters.Markey-Towler Brendan - forthcoming - .
    In this essay I seek to introduce the philosophy of mind to economics, and investigate what presuppositions economists make vis-à-vis the philosophy of mind in their theorising with a focus on the model-based theoretical paradigms within economics. I argue that most economists adhere to what John Searle has termed an 'artificial intelligence' view of mental processes, to varying degrees of strength. I also argue that adherence, knowing or unknowing, to a particular philosophy of mind can have profound effects on the (...)
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  3. Impact of Differential-Itemfunctioning on the Personal Epistemological Beliefs for Senior High School Students.Syu Jia-Jia & Zhang Liang-Cheng - forthcoming - .
    The purpose of this study is to investigate whether the expression of items used to examine personal epistemological beliefs could affect the probabilities of response for compared groups and research outcomes. Differential-item-functioning analysis on school types and location of school according to the Rasch model was performed in this study. Nonacademically inclined school students and academically inclined school students were selected to complete the questionnaire. The questionnaire consisted of three dimensions of beliefs about knowing and two dimensions of beliefs about (...)
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  4. Heart-Centred Virtue Ethics for Raising Ecological Consciousness in Organisations.Carnegie Kashonia Looeze - unknown
    This is a multi-disciplinary applied ethics thesis in the field of applied environmental business ethics. As such, whilst it is primarily anchored in philosophical literature; theory and literature from the fields of environment, education, management, social science, and psychology, all play a significant part. As this is an applied ethics thesis, as opposed to a traditional philosophy thesis, it not only addresses the issue concerned, but also theoretically demonstrates how the proposed alternative approaches might be applied. Methodologically, the underpinning assumption (...)
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  5. A Philosophical and Empirical Investigation of the Evolution of the Toxicoferan Reptile Venom System.Jackson Timothy - unknown
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  6. Cable Optimization Under Selfweight and Concentrated Loads.C. M. Wang, V. A. Pulmano & S. L. Lee - 1986 - .
    The optimal design of cables under selfweight and concentrated loads is considered and the maximum feasible span for a given permissible stress is evaluated. All solutions are obtained in a closed analytical form.
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  7. Playing with Your Self: A Philosophical Exploration of Attitudes and Identities in Games.Miller Liam - unknown
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  8. How Can We Collectivise a Set of Visions About Social Epistemology?D'Agostino Fred - unknown
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  9. Exploring Quantum Foundations with Single Photons.Ringbauer Martin - unknown
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  10. Review of "Rigor and Structure" by John P. Burgess. [REVIEW]Toby Meadows - forthcoming - .
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  11. Moral Expansiveness: A Psychological Exploration of Moral Boundaries, Self-Sacrifice, and Moral Flexibility.Daniel Charles Crimston - unknown
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  12. Francis Bacon on the Moral and Political Character of the Universe.James A. T. Lancaster - unknown
    The following chapter seeks to outline a prominent feature of Bacon’s view of the natural world – namely, its profoundly moral character – and to suggest that his model of natural philosophy is based not only upon principles drawn from earlier natural philosophers, but also from the spheres of moral and political philosophy. Rather than looking forward to the mechanical and mathematical explanations of Descartes, Newton and the seventeenth century, this chapter will attempt to show how Bacon’s understanding of the (...)
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  13. The Authority of the German Religious Constitution: Public Law, Philosophy, and Democracy.Ian Hunter - unknown
    The present religious constitution of the Federal Republic of Germany is the product of protracted historical conflicts and political settlements that began in the sixteenth century. The mediation of these conflicts and settlements and the piecemeal establishment of the constitution was the achievement of imperial public law and diplomacy. Germany’s religious constitution—a secular and relativistic juridical framework protecting a plurality of confessional religions—pre-dated liberalism and democracy, and owes nothing to normative philosophical constructions of individual freedoms and rights, or social justice (...)
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  14. Methods for Accessing Young People From Marginalised Groups : Researcher and Practitioner Perspectives.Joyce Harris - unknown
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  15. A Tricky Trait: Applying the Fruits of the “Function Debate” in the Philosophy of Biology to the “Venom Debate” in the Science of Toxinology.Timothy N. W. J. Jackson & Bryan G. Fry - forthcoming - .
    The “function debate” in the philosophy of biology and the “venom debate” in the science of toxinology are conceptually related. Venom systems are complex multifunctional traits that have evolved independently numerous times throughout the animal kingdom. No single concept of function, amongst those popularly defended, appears adequate to describe these systems in all their evolutionary contexts and extant variations. As such, a pluralistic view of function, previously defended by some philosophers of biology, is most appropriate. Venom systems, like many other (...)
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  16. Caloric Vestibular Stimulation: From Diagnosis to Therapy?S. M. Miller & T. T. Ngo - unknown
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  17. An Association Between Inequity-Averse Moral Preference and Risk Aversion in Decision-Making.C. J. Palmer, B. Paton, T. T. Ngo, R. H. Thomson, J. Hohwy & S. M. Miller - unknown
  18. Engaging Indigenous Knowledges: From Sovereign to Relational Knowers.Morgan Brigg - forthcoming - .
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  19. The Politics of the Metaphysical Imagination. Critiquing Transnational Corporate Power Via Plato’s Cave.Paul Tyson - unknown
    Plato’s analogy of the cave evokes a complex picture of the way cultural power is imaginatively constructed in order to maintain prevailing norms and stratifications, via the use of technologies of collective belief manipulation. To Plato, collective imagination is central to the modes of spiritual enslavement which embed us in morally defective structures of power. This paper will argue, along Plato’s metaphysical trajectory, that without the positing of moral truth, critique is self-defeating and every type of power devolves towards mute (...)
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  20. Looking Into the Seeds of Time: The Price of Modern Development, Second Edition.L. A. Duhs - unknown
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  21. Reason and Evidence: Contributions to Philosophy, Ethics, Law, Professionalism and Education in Medicine.Malcolm Parker - unknown
    The materials consist of a co-authored, peer-reviewed book, a co-authored, peer-reviewed book chapter, 30 single authored peer-reviewed journal papers, and 15 co-authored peer-reviewed journal papers, of which I was the lead author on 8 papers. There are 32 papers from Australasian journals, at least two of which are also regarded as international. 22 papers are published in international journals. The co-authored book was favourably described in his foreword by Justice Michael Kirby of the High Court of Australia. The refereed chapter (...)
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  22. Philosophy for Children in Australia: Then, Now, and Where to From Here?Gilbert Burgh & Simone Thornton - unknown
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  23. Engagement as Dialogue: Camus, Pragmatism and Constructivist Pedagogy.Gilbert Burgh & Simone Thornton - unknown
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  24. Values Education in Schools: A Resource Book for Student Inquiry.Mark Freakley, Gilbert Burgh & Lyne Tilt MacSporran - unknown
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  25. Reconstruction in Philosophy Education: The Community of Inquiry as a Basis for Knowledge and Learning.Gilbert Burgh - unknown
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  26. Citizenship as a Learning Process: Democratic Education Without Foundationalism.Gilbert Burgh - unknown
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  27. Constituency Multi-Functionality and Grammaticalization in Halliday's Functional Grammar.R. Huddleston - unknown
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  28. The Nature of Philosophy and its Place in the University.Graham Priest - unknown
    Inaugural lecture delivered at the University of Queensland, St Lucia, on 18 October 1989 by Professor Graham Priest, who held the Chair of Philosophy from 1988 to 2000.
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  29. A Note on Duke Theseus.R. L. Horn - unknown
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  30. The Technological Constraints of Mass, Volume, Dynamic Power Range and Energy Capacity on the Viability of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles.K. J. Bullock - unknown
    For electric or hybrid automobile power plants to gain wide acceptance, they must have adequate performance characteristics. High powered gasoline engines are cheap, compact and reliable. Although they produce pollutants and are fundamentally mis-matched to the automobile's torque-speed characteristics for minimum fuel consumption, they are, nevertheless, formidable competitors to electric propulsion systems. In urban traffic, almost 65% of a vehicle's propulsion energy is available for regeneration. An electric vehicle's battery is capable of reclaiming a significant portion of this energy if (...)
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  31. Adjectival Compounds in -Looking: A Diachronic Survey.S. Gerson - unknown
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  32. A Study of the Relationship Between Analysis and Insight Base on the "Madhyamakavatara".P. Fenner - 1984 - Journal of Indian Philosophy 12:139.
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  33. Epilogue: The First-Second Order Distinction in Face and Politeness Research.Michael Haugh - unknown
    The papers in this special issue on Chinese 'face' and im/politeness collectively raise very real challenges for the ways in which the now well-known distinction between first order and second order approaches is conceptualized and operationalized by face and politeness researchers. They highlight the difficulties we inevitably encounter when analyzing face and im/politeness across languages and cultures, in particular, those arising from the use of English as a scientific metalanguage to describe concepts and practices in other languages and cultures, the (...)
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  34. Existentialism, Liberty and the Ethical Foundations of Law.Jonathan George Crowe - unknown
    The thesis examines the theoretical relationship between law and ethics. Its methodology is informed by both the existentialist tradition of ethical phenomenology and the natural law tradition in legal theory. The main claim of the thesis is that a phenomenological analysis of ethical experience, as suggested by the writings of existentialist authors such as Jean-Paul Sartre and Emmanuel Levinas, provides important support for the natural law tradition. This claim is developed and defended through detailed engagement with the natural law theory (...)
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  35. Virtues and Vices in Scientific Practice.Cedric Paternotte & Milena Ivanova - unknown
    The role intellectual virtues play in scientific inquiry has raised significant discussions in the recent literature. A number of authors have recently explored the link between virtue epistemology and philosophy of science with the aim to show whether epistemic virtues can contribute to the resolution of the problem of theory choice. This paper analyses how intellectual virtues can be beneficial for successful resolution of theory choice. We explore the role of virtues as well as vices in scientific inquiry and their (...)
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  36. Would Have Become: Empty or Modal Will.R. Huddleston - unknown
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  37. Creating Sacred Space: Outer Expressions of Inner Worlds in Modern Wicca.L. Hume - unknown
    This article gives a brief description of one of the sub-branches of Paganism, Wicca. It describes how sacred space is established and it explores the sacred circle as a symbolic representation of Wiccan cosmology. Physical sacred space thus constructed becomes a 'world apart' from the mundane and a bridge between ordinary physical reality and metaphysical realms. The circle is the outer expression of an imaginai inner world wherein anything is possible. The connection between a bounded, physical space and a limitless (...)
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  38. Nochmals the Authenticity of Odyssey 10.475–9.M. J. Apthorp - 1992 - Classical Quarterly 42 (1):270-271.
    It is gratifying to see the authenticity of Od. 10.475–9 defended anew by the late, Professor Alfred Heubeck; in 1974 I put forward a rather similar defence of the lines myself. However, Heubeck's correct conclusion – that the passage is genuine – stands in startling contrast to some gross exaggerations, in both the Italian and the English versions of his work, about the extent of the manuscript evidence against the passage.
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  39. The Structure of The Laws' Speech In Plato's Crito.M. Dyson - 1978 - Classical Quarterly 28 (2):427-436.
    The argument attributed to the Laws of Athens at Crito 50 a ff. relies on three main propositions, firstly that disobedience to law harms persons, secondly that the relationship between citizen and state is analogous to that between child and parent, and thirdly that the citizen makes a tacit compact to obey the laws. The connection between these three is not entirely clear and I shall consider how the first proposition is related to the second, and then how the second (...)
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  40. A Note On Virgil, Aeneid 5.315–19.M. Dyson - 1998 - Classical Quarterly 48 (2):569-572.
    The meaning of the expression simul ultima signant in Virgil's description of the foot race in the memorial funeral games for Anchises has been controversial since ancient times. The interpretation implied by R. A. B. Mynors's Oxford text printed above is that the word simul in line 317 is a conjunction and that the expression refers to the final section of the race. The sense presumably is: ‘As soon as they trod the last stretch’ Nisus came out in front, whereas (...)
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  41. Past Tense Transportation in English.R. Huddleston - unknown
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  42. Community Teak Forestry in Solomon Islands as Donor Development: When Science Meets Culture.Peter Walters & Kristen Lyons - unknown
    This paper uses a case study of smallholder teak forestry in the Pacific Islands nation of Solomon Islands to evaluate difficulties that can arise when foreign expertise fails to take sufficient account of local epistemology and practices when implementing market based community level development. The planting of community level smallholder teak is widespread in the Solomon Islands and has the potential to address some of the environmental and livelihood damage done by years of indiscriminate logging. Attempts by successive Australian Government (...)
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  43. Fuel Economy Goals for Vehicles with Regenerative Braking Energy Storage Systems.D. B. Gilmore - unknown
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  44. The Trivial Object and the Non-Uiviality of a Semantically Closed Theory with Descriptions.G. Priest - unknown
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  45. Simplified Semantics for Relevant Logics.G. Restall - 1993 - Journal of Philosophical Logic 22 (5):481-511.
    This paper continues the work of Priest and Sylvan in Simplified Semantics for Basic Relevant Logics, a paper on the simplified semantics of relevant logics, such as B⁺ and B. We show that the simplified semantics can also be used for a large number of extensions of the positive base logic B⁺, and then add the dualising '*' operator to model negation. This semantics is then used to give conservative extension results for Boolean negation.
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  46. Dreaming.B. Smith - unknown
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  47. Numbers and Relations.Y. I. Byeong-Uk - unknown
    In this paper, I criticize John Bigelow's account of number and present my own account that results from the criticism. In doing so, I argue that proper understanding of the nature of number requires a radical departure from the standard conception of language and reality and outline the alternative conception that underlies my account of number. I argue that Bigelow's account of number rests on an incorrect analysis of the plural constructions underlying the talk of number and propound an analysis (...)
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  48. “Distancing” as an Aesthetic Principle.S. Dawson - 1961 - Australasian Journal of Philosophy 39 (2):155-174.
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  49. Fuel Economy Goals for Future Powertrain and Engine Options.D. B. Gilmore - unknown
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  50. Critical Notice.B. Medlin - unknown
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  51. Why Margolis Hasn't Defeated the Entailment Thesis.D. S. Mannison - 1976 - Canadian Journal of Philosophy 6 (3):553-559.
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  52. Design Concepts of a New Generation Reciprocating Steam Engine.T. A. E. Heron & K. J. Bullock - unknown
    Internal combustion engines require high cost good quality liquid fuel. To some extent this has been a great incentive to investigate external combustion engines, capable of burning a wide range of alternative fuels. Much research has been directed towards the Stirling cycle engine, and to some degree the U.S. automotive steam development programme has introduced new techniques in the design and operation of highly efficient compact boilers and condensers. However, the full potential of the "Rankine cycle" has not been reached (...)
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  53. The Limits of Thought-and Beyond.G. Priest - unknown
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  54. Accommodating Thrown-Being in the World.Terrilyn Sweep - unknown
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  55. Validation of a Parametric Vehicle Modelling Tool Using Published Data for Prototype and Production Vehicles with Advanced Powertrain Technologies.A. Simpson - unknown
    PAMVEC is a novel vehicle modeling tool designed to complement the capabilities of dynamic vehicle simulators and be better-suited to the purposes of vehicle technology assessment. This paper presents a validation of PAMVEC against published data for a range of production and pre-production prototype vehicles whose powertrain technologies span the range currently being exhibited by automotive manufacturers. For each vehicle, the PAMVEC model was used to predict the fuel/energy consumption and required peak powertrain output due to acceleration performance. Errors typically.
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  56. Some Problems Concerning Knowledge in Plato's "Charmides".M. Dyson - 1974 - Phronesis 19 (2):102-111.
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  57. Providence and Natural Causation in Early Modern England.Peter Nicholas Jordan - unknown
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  58. Studies of Caloric Vestibular Stimulation: Implications for the Cognitive Neurosciences, the Clinical Neurosciences and Neurophilosophy.Steven M. Miller & Trung T. Ngo - unknown
    Objective: Caloric vestibular stimulation has traditionally been used as a tool for neurological diagnosis. More recently, however, it has been applied to a range of phenomena within the cognitive neurosciences. Here, we provide an overview of such studies and review our work using CVS to investigate the neural mechanisms of a visual phenomenon - binocular rivalry. We outline the interhemispheric switch model of rivalry supported by this work and its extension to a metarivalry model of interocular-grouping phenomena. In addition, studies (...)
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  59. Emotion in Agency : The Problematic Influence of the Split Self and a Spinozist Corrective.Renee England - unknown
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