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  • the passage of this amendment, added his signature of approval to the archival copy of the document on this date, after it had been passed in Congress
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  • History (category Science)
    instead, that at some point all facts would be known and thus to provide an archival truth. There are traces of this today where narrative choices, centred
    47 KB (6,893 words) - 17:18, 16 April 2016
  • precisely as dogmatic, as political as were the positivist equations of archival historicism. The "emptiness of meaning" postulate is no less a priori,
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  • Wikipedia has an article about: David Deutsch David Deutsch Old website (archival) David Deutsch New website (in progress) How are moral assertions connected
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  • J. G. Ballard (category Science fiction authors)
    about: J. G. Ballard Ballardian: The World of JG Ballard Current and archival Ballard-related news and information, essays and reviews on Ballard and
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  • Abstraction (category Computer science)
    the other way around. Mathematics stopped being a science of theories but reappeared to me as a science of numbers and shapes. Alexander Stepanov, . Bjarne
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  • precisely as dogmatic, as political as were the positivist equations of archival historicism. The "emptiness of meaning" postulate is no less a priori,
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  • Einstein Archive, Hebrew University, Jerusalem]. Thorton had written to Einstein on persuading colleagues of the importance of philosophy of science to scientists
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  • seasons. The show is presented like a documentary, complete with narration, archival photos and historical footage. Gob: Are those police boats? [house band
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  • researcher in computer science and cognitive psychology at the RAND corporation and at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science and Turing Award
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  • of science is the study of the historical development of science and scientific knowledge, including both the natural sciences and social sciences. CONTENT
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  • A People's History of Science (2005). Wikipedia has an article about: Alexandre Koyré Alexandre Koyré's Online Archives Project Alexandre Koyré
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  • KGW VIII, 2.237, KSA 12.571 [citations are to Nietzsche's manuscripts by archival code, and the page numbers in which the entire section can be found transcribed
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  • Snow Crash (category Science fiction books)
    regulators trying to keep up with the world is my favorite sport." L. Bob Rife, archival television interview, Chapter 14 Yeah, you know, a monopolist's work is
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  • precisely as dogmatic, as political as were the positivist equations of archival historicism. The "emptiness of meaning" postulate is no less a priori,
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  • John Desmond Bernal (category Historians of science)
    Internet Archive (2008). One of the questions on which clarity of thinking is now most necessary is that of the relation between the methods of science and
    16 KB (2,398 words) - 04:00, 2 November 2014
  • du Prix Nobel d’économie, Maurice Allais, address to the Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques (1997). Mathematics is not a careful march down
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  • Knowledge (category Science)
    of science. So the Philosopher argues in chap. 2 of his first book of the work [Metaphisics]. And he immediately indicates what the greatest science is
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  • Jane Roberts (category Science fiction authors)
    Nirvikalpa Archive of over 1500 quotations and excerpts Guide to the Jane Roberts Papers, Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University Library Archival Collection
    121 KB (20,075 words) - 22:11, 24 November 2015
  • not exist a category of science to which one can give the name applied science. There are sciences and the applications of science, bound together as the
    32 KB (4,793 words) - 01:57, 31 May 2015

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