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Paolo Bozzi’s Experimental Phenomenology

: From phenomenology to neuroscience. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11, 9. Scholl, B. J., & Gao, T. (2013). Perceiving animacy and intentionality: Visual processing or higher-level judgment? In: M. D. Rutherford & V. A. Kuhlmeier (Eds.), Social perception: detection and interpretation of animacy, agency, and intention (pp. 197–230). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Searle, J. (2015). Seeing things as they are . Oxford: Oxford University Press. Spillmann, L. (2009). Phenomenology and neurophysiological correlations: Two approaches to perception

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The Round Allograph of in Late Middle English

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This paper discusses glyphs of the 2-shaped or “round” allograph of the grapheme <r> with a tag protruding from the lower part of the stem, asking whether their distribution in a corpus of some 600 late Middle English texts can be meaningfully related to these texts’ localisation in A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English. It discusses what localisation expresses, and uses regression modelling to show that there is no co-variation between the texts’ paleography and their orthography, although there is a measure of correlation between them. The evidence in favour is that the quantitative analysis identifies localisation in northings as a predictor of the occurrence of the tagged form of the allograph, which occurs at a higher frequency in texts localised below the Midlands line at c. 300 northings. The evidence against is the form’s scattered distribution according to the localisation variable where co-variation would imply a more clear-cut concentration of points, and also the moderate success at explaining the form’s distribution by means of variables known to explain orthographic variation.

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The Loss of Grammatical Gender and Case Features Between Old and Early Middle English: Its Impact on Simple Demonstratives and Topic Shift

without the Activity Condition. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 49. 287–310. Nossalik, Larissa. 2005. The A/A’-status of Russian scrambling. McGill Working Papers in Linguistics 19(2). 65–102. Osawa, Fuyo. 2007. The emergence of DP from a perspective of ontogeny and phylogeny: Correlation between DP, TP and aspect in Old English and first language acquisition. In Elisabeth Stark, Elisabeth Leiss & Werner Abraham (eds.), Nominal determination: Typology, context constraints, and historical emergence , 311–337. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. DOI: 10

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“Invariants” in Koffka’s Theory of Constancies in Vision: Highlighting Their Logical Structure and Lasting Value

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