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In particular, Hitler orchestrated the “Final Solution”: the attempted genocide that killed over 6 million Jews in Europe. An obvious question is what caused Hitler’s anti-Semitism
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Finally, on the basis of the above points, I will have a critical look at an especially ‘aggressive’ variant of naturalism, according to which all epistemic facts are natural facts
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The Impact of the Great Migration on Mortality of African Americans: Evidence from the Deep SouthThe Impact of the Great Migration on Mortality of African Americans: Evidence from the Deep South
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. We have benefited from excellent research assistance from Ryan Brown, and from comments by seminar participants at uc-berkeley, Stanford, University of Chicago, University of
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Ding by Edmund Gettier offers counterexamples against the proposal that knowledge is justified true belief. One might respond by supposing that knowledge is justified true belief plus some further condition
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Platonic ideas, or meta-codes, for interpreting and assigning meanings to life. These codes usually are inculcated through the religio-cultural environment surrounding people during crucial periods of their life
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From Bounded Rationality to Behavioral EconomicsFrom Bounded Rationality to Behavioral Economics
The motivations for the 2002 award of the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences to Daniel Kahneman and Vernon L. Smith sheds light on a hidden on-going revolution that is challenging both the epistemological assumptions of neoclassical economics and the foundations of
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Columbia Law Review March, 1998 267 a constitution of democratic experimentalismColumbia Law Review March, 1998 267 a constitution of democratic experimentalism
The authors argue that this type of self‑government is currently emerging in settings as diverse as the regulation of nuclear power plants, community policing, procurement of sophisticated military hardware, environmental regulation
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