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  • 21Special relativity — (SR) (also known as the special theory of relativity or STR) is the physical theory of measurement in inertial frames of reference proposed in 1905 by Albert Einstein (after considerable contributions of Hendrik Lorentz and Henri Poincaré) in the …

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  • 22Foundations of mathematics — is a term sometimes used for certain fields of mathematics, such as mathematical logic, axiomatic set theory, proof theory, model theory, and recursion theory. The search for foundations of mathematics is also a central question of the philosophy …

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  • 23Neoism — is a parodistic ism. It refers both to a specific subcultural network of artistic performance and media experimentalists, and more generally to a practical underground philosophy. It operates with collectively shared pseudonyms and identities,… …

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  • 24Barcan formula — In quantified modal logic, the Barcan formula and the converse Barcan formula (more accurately, schemata rather than formulae) (i) syntactically state principles or interchange between quantifiers and modalities; (ii) semantically state a… …

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  • 25Robert Jenson — Robert W. Jenson is a leading American Lutheran and ecumenical theologian. tudent yearsJenson studied classics and philosophy at Luther College in the late 1940s, and he continued his study of philosophy in Paris as a Fulbright scholar before… …

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  • 26Modal realism — is the view, notably propounded by David Kellogg Lewis, that all possible worlds are as real as the actual world. It is based on the following tenets: possible worlds exist; possible worlds are not different in kind from the actual world;… …

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  • 27Ralph Metzner — Ph.D. (born May 18 1936 in Germany), is an American psychologist, writer and researcher, who participated in psychedelic research at Harvard University in the early 1960s with Timothy Leary and Richard Alpert (later Ram Dass). Dr. Metzner is a… …

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  • 28Frank Cameron Jackson — (born 1943) is an Australian philosopher, currently Distinguished Professor and former Director of the Research School of Social Sciences at Australian National University. In 2007 2008, he will also become a regular visiting professor of… …

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  • 29Robert Merrihew Adams — For other persons named Robert Adams, see Robert Adams (disambiguation) Robert Merrihew Adams (Bob Adams; born 1937) is an American philosopher of metaphysics, religion and morality. Adams taught for many years at UCLA before moving to Yale… …

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  • 30Haemotaphonomy — or hemotaphonomy (from the Greek haima for blood, taphos for burial, and nomos for law) is the study of bloodstains, and especially of the changes in appearance and size of the cellular components, as well as the characteristics of their cell… …

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  • 31Aktualismus (Philosophie) — Aktualismus (auch: Aktualitätstheorie) ist in der Philosophie ein mehrdeutiger Ausdruck, der verschiedene Lehren der Betonung des Aktes (der Tätigkeit, des Wirkens, des Prozesses, der Evolution, des Werdens etc.) unter Hintanstellung,… …

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  • 32Актуалистический метод —         (от позднелат. actualis современный, фактически существующий * a. actualism; н. Aktualismus, Actualitatsprinzip; ф. actualisme; и. analisis de actualismo) метод научного познания геологической истории Земли, реконструкции процессов и… …

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  • 33spiritualism — spiritualistic, adj. spiritualistically, adv. /spir i chooh euh liz euhm/, n. 1. the belief or doctrine that the spirits of the dead, surviving after the mortal life, can and do communicate with the living, esp. through a person (a medium)… …

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  • 34Substance — • A genus supremum, cannot strictly be defined by an analysis into genus and specific difference; yet a survey of the universe at large will enable us to form without difficulty an accurate idea of substance Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight.… …

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  • 35actualist — noun A proponent of actualism …

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  • 36possibilism — noun The belief that possible things exist. Ant: actualism …

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  • 37Arthur Norman Prior — (* 4. Dezember 1914 in Masterton, Neuseeland; † 6. Oktober 1969 in Trondheim, Norwegen) war ein neuseeländisch britischer Logiker und Philosoph, der der analytischen Philosophie der formalen Sprache zuzurechnen ist. Mit seinem Werk Time and… …

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  • 38Gentile, Giovanni — (1875–1944) Italian philosopher. Born in Sicily, Gentile followed a career in education before becoming professor of history of philosophy at Palermo in 1906. He taught at Pisa, was Minister of Education in Mussolini s government in 1922, and in… …

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  • 39actualisme — ● actualisme nom masculin Doctrine selon laquelle les phénomènes géologiques du passé s expliquent de la même manière que les phénomènes actuellement observables, ce qui exclut les catastrophes planétaires imaginées pour rendre compte des grands… …

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  • 40Актуализм —  ♦ (ENG actualism)    философский взгляд, согласно к рому мыслительный акт является чистым актом , создающим мир человеческого опыта. Связывается с именем Джованни Джентиле (1875 1944) и считается крайне субъективистской трактовкой идеализма Г. В …

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