Search Results

31 - 40 of 45 items :

  • "development" x
  • Logic and Set Theory x
  • Business and Economics x
Clear All

. So, the paper Logical Ideas of Jan Łukasiewicz written by Jan Woleński discusses some logical ideas put forward by Jan Łukasiewicz within their historical context and development. The paper Logical Determinacy versus Logical Contingency. The Case of Łukasiewicz’s Three-valued Logic submitted by Andrew Schumann is concentrated on explicating a logical intuition of Jan Łukasiewicz provided him to the idea of many-valued logic. The paper Dispute over Logistic between Jan Łukasiewicz and Augustyn Jakubisiak. Why was it important? written by Bartłomiej K. Krzych

: Towards an Urban Geopolitics. Blackwell, Malden, MA, 2004. 6. Gregory, M. D. Religion of Peace? Islam’s War Against the World. World Ahead Publishing, Inc., Los Angeles, 2006. 7. Hajjar, Sami G. Avoiding Holy War: Ensuring That the War on Terrorism is Not Perceived as a War on Islam. In. Defeating Terrorism: Strategic Issues Analysis. John Martin (ed.). US Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, Carlisle, Pa., 2002. 8. Haugaard, M. and Ryan., K. (eds.) Political Power: The Development of The Field. Barbara Budrich Publishers, Opladen, 2012. 9. Hoffman, B. Inside

bourgeois society. It was the period in which the presence of a Jewish intellectualism, first in Europe and then in the United States, reached its maximum relief. In the development of contemporary Jewish thought these were the most diverse tendencies, increased especially during the years of Nazi persecution; while the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948 constituted an event of capital importance in the history of international Jewry, whether under the religious profile or cultural profile. In fact, the concepts of identity as “people” and “homeland”, in

is the artment of Je a, Israel. His Rabbi Juda ebate, Karais ilosophical P philosophy e included ed assi to Elijah developments and his lates bbi. Selected ell. In additio on Universit een Judaism h hasn't fac ical respons verything, o eliminate ame time a alogue betw its history stification o s, but it oft , and well perty and e re to be a ers and the lmost natur ich culmin traditional uther's viru t their teac , since Wo ring the Ho such that d was the I e Betwee Norbert Ble wish Though areas of inte h Halevi, Ma m, and select olemics Agai in the

important role in western societies and I would say that Westerns discovered it much better after the Second World War because of the Russian immigrants. So, please, explain us what does it mean in fact the Russian identity for the western cultures and of course for their development. Basil Lourié: I think that the most important was not the second wave of Russian emigration (after the WWII), but the first one (in 1917 – 1922). The first wave discovered to the West a lot of Russian culture. But the second one was more Sovietized and not so useful for the West

: Cambridge University Press, 1983. 52. Searle, J., “Intentionality and its place in nature,” Synthese 61, 1984, pp. 3–16. 53. Searle, J., The Rediscovery of the Mind , Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1992. 54. Sellars, W., “Empiricism and the philosophy of mind,” in Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science , vol. I, H. Feigl & M. Scriven (eds.), Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 1956, pp. 253–329. 55. Sellars, W., Science, Perception and Reality , New York: Humanities Press, 1963. 56. Sorabji, R., “From Aristotle to Brentano: The Development of the

cognitive science can be improved or broadened. A major development is the stress on 4E cognition (cognition as embodied, embedded, enacted and extended). Only Robert McCauley mentions 4E cognition. Another way forward for CSR is engaging with these new insights.

Classifications and the Concept of Utility”. The Review of Economic Studies, 1. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers. 54. Stigler, G. J. 1950. “The Development of Utility Theory,” Journal of Political Economy; Vol. 58, No. 5, October, pp. 373-396. 55. Stringham, E. 2001. “Kaldor-Hicks Efficiency and the Problem of Central Planning,” Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, Vol. 4, No. 2 (Summer) 41-50; http://www.mises.org/journals/qjae/pdf/qjae4_2_3.pdf. 56. Stringham, E. 2008. “Economic Value and Cost Are Subjective,” in The Handbook of Austrian Economics, Peter Boettke (editor

Neuroscience, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 2015, pp. 671-672. 28. Dawkins, R. The Selfish Gene. Oxford University Press: Oxford, 1978. 29. De Cantanzaro, D. Suicide and Self-Damaging Behavior: A Sociobiological Perspective. Academic Press: New York, 1981. 30. Decety, J. The Neural Pathways, Development and Functions of Empathy. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 3, 2015, pp. 1-6. 31. Decety, J, Ickes W. The Social Science of Empathy. The MIT Press: Cambridge, MA, 2009. 32. De Dreu, C. K. W. et al. Oxytocin Promotes Human Ethnocentrism. PNAS, 108(4), 2011, pp. 1262

References 1. Aarnio, K., Lindeman, M. Religious people and paranormal believers: Alike or different? Journal of Individual Differences 28 (1), 2007, pp. 1-9. 2. Bagozzi, R. P., Tybout, A. M., Craig, C. S., & Sternthal, B. The construct validity of the tripartite classification of attitudes, Journal of Marketing Research 16 (1), 1979, pp. 88-95. 3. Banerjee, K., Bloom, P. “Everything happens for a reason”: Children’s beliefs about purpose in life events, Child Development 86 (2), 2015, pp. 503-518. 4. Bargh, J. A., Chartrand, T. L. The unbearable