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Neo-creationism between science and obscurantism

Neo-creationism between science and obscurantism

Neo-creationism between science and obscurantism.

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From policy to practice, and origins of conflict

From policy to practice, and origins of conflict

From policy to practice, and origins of conflict. Dr Samantha Weston Keele University. Background. Tackling Drugs Together (HM Government, 1995) ‘because of the complexity of the problems, partnership really is essential at every level’ (HM Government, 1998).

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Ontological Commitment

Ontological Commitment

Ontological Commitment. Quine On What There Is. The Problem of Ontology: What is there?. physical objects?. fictional characters?. numbers?. ideas?. colors?. God?. Pegasus?. The Present King of France?. The Back-Story: Russell’s Theory of Descriptions. On Denoting. Bertrand Russell.

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Ontological Cosmology

Ontological Cosmology

\"Ontological Cosmology: You Want To Live In A Universe With No Faster Than Light Travel\" - There are things you shouldn\'t want, and FTL travel is one of them. Our reality is too precious to give it up, and the fractal boundaries of it deserve to be explored by more than boringly uniform Jupiter Brains whose computronium hunger swallowed up everything. How can we coexist with symbiotic AGIs and have fun together in an unbounded Universe?

By davidorban (161 views)

Ontological arguments

Ontological arguments

Ontological arguments. Concept of God: perfect being God is supposed to be a perfect being. That’s just true by definition. Even an atheist can agree to this. “Yes, I agree, God is supposed to be a perfect being. It’s just that there is no such thing.” Perfection requires existence

By missy (57 views)

Ontological Imperialism

Ontological Imperialism

Ontological Imperialism. Barry Smith. information systems databases organizations language-communities sciences religions maps. Each involves a certain conceptualization. = a system of concepts pertaining to a given domain

By leila-hebert (100 views)

The Ontological argument

The Ontological argument

The Ontological argument. Biographical information. Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109) was a Benedictine monk Held the position of Archbishop of Canterbury (1093-1109) Canonized in 1494. Opening remarks.

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Ontological Logic Programming

Ontological Logic Programming

Ontological Logic Programming. by Murat Sensoy , Geeth de Mel, Wamberto Vasconcelos and Timothy J. Norman Computing Science, University of Aberdeen, UK. Outline. Introduction Motivation OLP Architecture A Case Study and Performance Conclusions. Logic Programming.

By ewa (64 views)

The Ontological Argument

The Ontological Argument

The odd one out. The Ontological Argument is an A Priori argument for the existence of God.This means that it is not based on experience.Indeed it claims to prove the existence of God via logic and reason alone.. STEP ONE: Think about God. Think about your idea of God. Write down some phrases tha

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The Ontological Argument

The Ontological Argument

The Ontological Argument. The existence of God is logically the only possible explanation. Anselm (1033 –1109). Anselm. Anselm of Canterbury was a Benedictine Monk, Philosopher and Archbishop of Canterbury. He devised the ontological argument for the existence of God.

By shamus (124 views)

Ontological Analysis, Ontological Commitment, and Epistemic Contexts

Ontological Analysis, Ontological Commitment, and Epistemic Contexts

Ontological Analysis, Ontological Commitment, and Epistemic Contexts. Stefan Schulz. WHO – IHTSDO Joint Advisory Group First Face-to-Face Meeting Heathrow, London 15-16 Dcember 2010. Ontological analysis. What do the representational units in a representational artifact represent?

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