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  • main_interests = [[Ethics]], [[epistemology]], [[logic]], [[mathematics]], [[philosophy of language]], [[philosophy of science]], [[religion]] | ... [[Britain|British]] [[philosophy|philosopher]], [[logic|logician]], and [[mathematics|mathematician]], working mostly in the twentieth century. He and [[G. E. Mo
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  • Reflection on the nature and function of art and aesthetic experiences follows similar ===Mathematics===
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  • main_interests = [[Metaphysics]], [[Logic]], [[Epistemology]], [[Mathematics]], [[Science]] | ...mployed as a scientist for 30 years, it is for his contributions to logic, mathematics, philosophy, and the theory of signs, or ''[[semeiotic]],'' that he is larg
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  • ... brilliance, fire, and scintillation. Brilliance refers to the white light reflections from the external and internal facet surfaces. Fire refers to the spectral ...tes, no direct evidence of coeval diamond [[mining]] has been found: the researchers came to this conclusion by polishing corundum using various [[lapidary]]
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  • Definition of “mathematicus.”] Retrie ...ition as it has failed empirical tests in controlled studies.<ref> WordNet Search 3.0, [ Definition of “
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  • | main_interests = [[Metaphysics]], [[Epistemology]], [[Science]], [[Mathematics]] ...en closely studied from his time through the present day. His influence in mathematics is also apparent; the [[Cartesian coordinate system]] that is used in plane
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  • ...eauty of the created world. His eyes, although imperfect, were perpetually searching the skies for answers to the riddles of the created universe. ...was recommended, near the end of his studies, for a position as teacher of mathematics and astronomy at the Protestant school in Graz, Austria. He accepted the po
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  • ...iewing the evidence of harmony highlighted by the Gaia hypothesis, is as a reflection of the intrinsic [[biology#Interactions: Harmony and dual purposes|interdep ...armful waste, becomes low energy food for members of another guild. This research on the Redfield Ratio of Nitrogen to Phosphorus, shows that local biotic pr
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  • ...oral degree under [[Pieter Rijke]] on a thesis entitled ''On the theory of reflection and refraction of light,'' in which he refined the electromagnetic theory o to the journal ''Science,'' Lorentz developed the theory and supporting mathematics. He introduced the term ''local time'' which varies in reference frames wit
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  • ...t Chinese philosophers made significant advances in science, technology, [[mathematics]], and [[astronomy]]. The first recorded observations of [[comet]]s, [[sola ...gnery Pub., 2005. ISBN 9780895260383)</ref><ref>Agustín Udías Vallina. ''Searching the heavens and the earth: the history of Jesuit observatories.'' (Astro
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  • | field = [[Mathematics]] ...nted his son to invest his time in a more financially viable endeavor than mathematics. Between 1926 and 1930 he was a [[Privatdozent|private lecturer]] in [[Berl
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  • ...oretical physicist]], [[cosmology|cosmologist]], author, and Director of Research at the [[Centre for Theoretical Cosmology]] within the [[University of Camb ...ou Gehrig]]'s disease) that gradually paralyzed him, Hawking pursued his research vigorously and unceasingly for over half a century. He changed the way peop
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  • ...lar of Kabbalah and spread its teachings during this era. As part of that "search for meaning" in their lives, Kabbala received its biggest boost in the Jewi ... the idea of hereditary Hasidic dynasties and taught that each Hasid must "search for the ''tzaddik'' ('saintly/righteous person')" for himself&mdash;and wit
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  • centered on [[document]]s and included the notions of [[hyperlink]]s, [[search engine]]s, remote access, and [[social network]]s. (Obviously these notions ... even warned if their query was likely to produce more than 50 results per search.<ref name=day/>
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  • ...olars our understanding of intelligence is still limited. Perhaps, since researchers use only their own human intellect to discover the secrets of human inte ...Mainstream Science on Intelligence," which was signed by 52 intelligence researchers in 1994:
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  • ... field of [[music]], other significant prodigies include [[Carl Gauss]], [[mathematics|mathematician]] and [[scientist]]; English [[painting|painter]] [[John Ever Most researchers recognize that prodigious talent tends to arise as a result of the innat
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  • Menger and his followers broke from the mainstream, mathematics intensive economic theory and founded their own school of economics. At tha Walras' economic theory included the use of [[mathematics]] in economics, the notion of free [[competition]], the notion of [[utility
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  • ::''For mapping in mathematics, see [[Function (mathematics)]]'' the user, including user-adjustable scale (a.k.a "zoom") and customized search engines to locate [[Address (geography)|street address]]es.
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  • ...d and evaluated, including: Evaluation of the productivity of scientific research groups and projects by administrators and funding sources; evaluation of Un ...journal]]s and [[research]] groups. For example, a sponsor of scientific research might wish to compare the results to assess the productivity of its project
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  • More generally, in [[mathematics]] and other disciplines, the term ''polyhedron'' is used to refer to a vari ... up of several components: The faces are parts of two-dimensional [[plane (mathematics)|planes]] that meet in pairs along the ''[[Edge (geometry)|edge]]s'' (which
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