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    A Selection Theorem.Lefteris Miltiades Kirousis - 1983 - Journal of Symbolic Logic 48 (3):585-594.
  2. Fast Parallel Constraint Satisfaction.Lefteris M. Kirousis - 1993 - Artificial Intelligence 64 (1):147-160.
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  3. Did Tom Kuhn Actually Meet Tom Bayes?Lefteris Farmakis - 2008 - Erkenntnis 68 (1):41 - 53.
    Wesley Salmon and John Earman have presented influential Bayesian reconstructions of Thomas Kuhn’s account of theory-change. In this paper I argue that all attempts to give a Bayesian reading of Kuhn’s philosophy of science are fundamentally misguided due to the fact that Bayesian confirmation theory is in fact inconsistent with Kuhn’s account. The reasons for this inconsistency are traced to the role the concept of incommensurability plays with reference to the ‘observational vocabulary’ within Kuhn’s picture of scientific theories. The upshot (...)
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    Miltiades.H. T. Wade-Gery - 1951 - Journal of Hellenic Studies 71:212-221.
  5. Review of Inference to the Best Explanation.Lefteris Farmakis & Stephan Hartmann - 2005 - Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews 1 (6).
    The first edition of Peter Lipton's Inference to the Best Explanation, which appeared in 1991, is a modern classic in the philosophy of science. Yet in the second edition of the book, Lipton proves that even a classic can be improved. Not only does Lipton elaborate and expand on the themes covered in the first edition, but he also adds a new chapter on Bayesianism. In particular, he attempts a reconciliation between the Bayesian approach and that offered by Inference to (...)
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    Did Tom Kuhn Actually Meet Tom Bayes?Lefteris Farmakis - 2008 - Erkenntnis 68 (1):41-53.
    Wesley Salmon and John Earman have presented influential Bayesian reconstructions of Thomas Kuhn's account of theory-change. In this paper I argue that all attempts to give a Bayesian reading of Kuhn's philosophy of science are fundamentally misguided due to the fact that Bayesian confirmation theory is in fact inconsistent with Kuhn's account. The reasons for this inconsistency are traced to the role the concept of incommensurability plays with reference to the 'observational vocabulary' within Kuhn's picture of scientific theories. The upshot (...)
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    Orthodoxy in Australia.[Article First Appeared in Hams, Dorothy; Hind, Douglas; and Millikan, David. The Shape of Belief: Christianity in Australia Today (1982)]. [REVIEW]Miltiades Chryssavgis - 1996 - The Australasian Catholic Record 73 (1):23.
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    I. Miltiades.CorneliusHG Nepos - 2011 - In Berühmte Männer / de Viris Illustribus. De Gruyter. pp. 12-29.
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  9. Miltiades II and His Alleged Mint in the Chersonesos.Gillan Davis & Kenneth Sheedy - 2019 - História 68 (1):11.
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    Ληνοί Μινωικοί. Installations minoennes de traitement des produits liquides.Leftéris Platon L. & Katérina Kopaka - 1993 - Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 117 (1):35-101.
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    Establishing the Epistemology Experiment.Lefteris Farmakis - 2006 - Metascience 15 (2):307-310.
  12. Is the Subjective Interpretation of Quantum Probabilities Really Inconsistent?Lefteris Farmakis - 2008 - Theoria: Revista de Teoría, Historia y Fundamentos de la Ciencia 23 (2):163-173.
    Christopher Fuchs has recently offered a provocative version of quantum mechanical realism, which is based on the suggestion that quantum probabilities merit a subjective interpretation. His proposal, however, has been charged with inconsistency by Amit Hagar, who argues that interpreting quantum probabilities subjectively is inconsistent with the realist claims Fuchs wants to maintain for the quantum system and the dimensionality of the Hilbert space that accompanies it. In this paper I first outline the fundamentals of Fuchs’s approach and then take (...)
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    Is the Subjective Interpretation of Quantum Probabilities Really Inconsistent?Lefteris Farmakis - 2009 - Theoria : An International Journal for Theory, History and Fundations of Science 23 (2):163-173.
    Christopher Fuchs has recently offered a provocative version of quantum mechanical realism, which is based on the suggestion that quantum probabilities merit a subjective interpretation. His proposal, however, has been charged with inconsistency by Amit Hagar, who argues that interpreting quantum probabilities subjectively is inconsistent with the realist claims Fuchs wants to maintain for the quantum system and the dimensionality of the Hilbert space that accompanies it. In this paper I first outline the fundamentals of Fuchs’s approach and then take (...)
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    Artémis Digaia Blaganitis en Macédoine.Miltiade Hatzopoulos Miltiade - 1987 - Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 111 (1):397-412.
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    Décret pour un bienfaiteur de la cité de Philippes.Miltiade Hatzopoulos Miltiade - 1993 - Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 117 (1):315-326.
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    Deux sites pour Méthone de Macédoine.Miltiade Hatzopoulos Miltiade, Denis Knoepfler & Véra Marigo-Papadopoulos - 1990 - Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 114 (2):639-668.
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    La formation militaire dans les gymnases hellénistiques.Miltiades B. Hatzopoulos - 2004 - In Peter Scholz & Daniel Kah (eds.), Das Hellenistische Gymnasion. De Gruyter. pp. 91-96.
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    Un prêtre d'Amphipolis dans la grande liste des théarodoques de Delphes.Miltiade Hatzopoulos Miltiade - 1991 - Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 115 (1):345-347.
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  19. Ateliers palatiaux minoens : une nouvelle image.Leftéris Platon L. - 1993 - Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 117 (1):103-122.
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    From Simonides to Isocrates: The Fifth-Century Origins of Fourth-Century Panhellenism.Michael A. Flower - 2000 - Classical Antiquity 19 (1):65-101.
    This article attempts to gather the evidence for panhellenism in the fifth century B.C. and to trace its development both as a political program and as a popular ideology. Panhellenism is here defined as the idea that the various Greek city-states could solve their political disputes and simultaneously enrich themselves by uniting in common cause and conquering all or part of the Persian empire. An attempt is made to trace the evidence for panhellenism throughout the fifth century by combining different (...)
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  21. Lemnos, Cimon, and the Hephaisteion.Jeremy McInerney - 2021 - Classical Antiquity 40 (1):151-193.
    This paper presents the case for reading the Hephaisteion as a temple planned and begun by the Philaid family early in the fifth century. It was originally designed to give a house to Hephaestus in Athens after the successful campaign of Miltiades brought the island of Lemnos, traditionally the home of Hephaestus, under Athenian control. Work on the temple was interrupted by the death of Miltiades but resumed in the wake of Cimon’s successful northern ventures. The strong association (...)
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    Patterns of Name Diffusion Within the Greek World and Beyond.Gabriel Herman - 1990 - Classical Quarterly 40 (02):349-.
    Thucydides the Historian identifies himself as the son of a certain Oloros and, since Thucydides was by birth an Athenian , and Oloros is a Thracian name, the question arises how he acquired this Thracian patronymic. According to the view which has gained almost general acceptance, Thucydides of the deme Halimous in Attica owed his Thracian patronymic to a connexion by marriage. The hypothetical reconstruction of the family tree is that Thucydides' Athenian grandfather had married a daughter of Miltiades (...)
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