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81. Elementary lessons in logic : deductive and inductive : with copious questions and examples, and a vocabulary of logical terms / - Jevons, William Stanley, 1835-1882.
On spine: Lessons in logic.

82. Elementary lessons in logic : deductive and inductive : with copious questions and examples and a vocabulary of logical terms / - Jevons, William Stanley, 1835-1882.
Mode of access: Internet.

83. Elementary lessons in logic: deductive and inductive. - Jevons, William Stanley, 1835-1882.
Mode of access: Internet.

84. Elementary lessons in logic : deductive and inductive : with copious questions and examples and a vocabulary of logical terms / - Jevons, William Stanley, 1835-1882.
Includes index.

85. Elementary psychology : with practical applications to education and conduct of life, including an outline of logic : for the use of high schools, normal schools and academies, teachers and the general readers / - Baker, James H. (James Hutchins), 1848-1925.
Mode of access: Internet.

86. Elementary lessons in logic: deductive and inductive. - Jevons, William Stanley, 1835-1882.
Mode of access: Internet.

87. Elementary lessons in logic: deductive and inductive. With copious questions and examples, and a vocabulary of logical terms. - Jevons, William Stanley, 1835-1882.
Mode of access: Internet.

88. Acampamento e assentamento: participação, experiência e vivência em dois momentos da luta pela terra - Figueiredo,Gislayne Cristina; Pinto,José Marcelino de Rezende
Neste trabalho, objetivamos discutir a participação de indivíduos assentados em um movimento de luta pela reforma agrária (o MST), em dois momentos diferentes: o acampamento e o assentamento. A partir dos subsídios dados pela psicologia social de Adorno, e analisando um caso concreto, podemos refletir que a participação no MST representa uma possibilidade de que os indivíduos tenham, na época do acampamento, uma experiência (Erfahrung), que se coloquem de maneira reflexiva frente ao mundo administrado, tendo uma possibilidade de desenvolvimento do pensamento não tutelado e criando um conteúdo coletivo e um significado partilhado para suas ações. Por outro lado, com...

89. A Community Health Worker “logic model”: towards a theory of enhanced performance in low- and middle-income countries - Naimoli, Joseph F; Frymus, Diana E; Wuliji, Tana; Franco, Lynne M; Newsome, Martha H

90. Occasionality: A Theory of Literary Exchange between US and China in the Nineteenth Century. - Da, Nan Z.
This dissertation uses nineteenth-century Sino-American literary exchanges, both conventional and unconventional, to forward a theory of transnational uses of literature. I argue that in occasion-driven transnationalism, the literature or literary practices of the other are cited to enable a thought experiment or a political enunciation and are then set aside. I track this phenomenon in Sino-American exchanges of the long nineteenth century (1800-1910) and offer readings of the ad hoc transnational writings of Washington Irving, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Dong Xun, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Qiu Jin and Sui Sin Far (Edith Maude Eaton). The positivist logic of the literary exchange (which...

91. Decorative Painting and Politics in France, 1890-1914. - Brion, Katherine D.
???Decorative Painting and Politics in France, 1890-1914??? examines the preoccupation with ???decorative??? painting and aesthetics in France, from the 1890s to World War I, a period in which artists and design reformers challenged the subordination of the decorative arts to the fine arts and the restriction of both to the elite. It demonstrates that this decorative ideal was not merely a response to the commercial potential of the increasingly fashionable decorative arts or of a sensually appealing formal harmony. Rather, it brought together multiple, sometimes contradictory, paradigms: older traditions of history and mural painting???both associated with elevated subject matter and...

92. An Agreement with Reality: The Poetry of Logical Modernism. - Porte, Rebecca Ariel
In the early twentieth century, the nascent analytic philosophy turned away from idealism and towards a distinctively modern realism. An Agreement with Reality contends that modern, Transatlantic poetry can and should be read in that context. This dissertation concatenates rarely juxtaposed poets, critics and philosophers, delineating a logical modernism defined by three criteria: 1) preoccupation with the nature of literary truth and literary fact where truth is defined as ???agreement with reality,??? 2) poetic engagement with Neo-Kantian aesthetic philosophy, and 3) anxieties about making, mourning, or dismantling a comprehensive theory of everything that would reconcile the truths of aesthetic discourses...

93. Making Fandom Work: Industry Space and Structures of Power at the San Diego Comic-Con. - Hanna, Erin Melissa
This dissertation examines the San Diego Comic-Con, a large, popular culture convention that attracts over 130,000 attendees each year. Though Comic-Con was founded by a small group of fans in 1970, media industry promotion has become an increasingly prominent part of the event in recent years. Drawing upon extensive archival and field research, as well as political economy, media industry studies, cultural studies, and fan studies, this dissertation offers a detailed examination of the event space alongside extensive analysis of the discourses that circulate within and about Comic-Con. Ultimately, I argue that the industry???s presence structures the Comic-Con experience by...

94. Fantasies of Independence and Their Latin American Legacies. - Horowitz, Gabriel A.
In my dissertation I investigate a claim of cultural autonomy at the heart of Latin American discourses of identity, and its relation to the concept of nature. When transitioning to the modern political nomos of the nation-state, once political independence had already been attained, Latin American Creoles asserted their cultural autonomy from Spain, elaborating it as a total rupture with the past. The originality of their new national cultures was supposed to derive from America???s status as a romantic state of nature: a landscape set outside the flow of history, a tabula rasa onto which an entirely new history could...

95. Understanding the Logic of TCF Target Location in Drosophila Wnt Signaling. - Archbold, Hilary C.
The TCF/LEF family of transcription factors are major mediators of Wnt/beta-catenin signaling in metazoans. How TCFs mediate the pleiotropic effects of Wnt signaling is poorly understood. All TCFs contain a High Mobility Group (HMG) sequence specific DNA binding domain. Many TCFs also contain a second domain, the C-clamp, which binds DNA motifs called Helper sites. Both sequences are indispensable for activation of multiple W-CRMs (Wnt-responsive cis-Regulatory Elements). However, the rules concerning what constitutes a functional HMG-Helper pair were unknown. I used in vitro binding, reporter gene analysis and bioinformatics to address this question, using Drosophila TCF/Pangolin as a model. Surprisingly,...

96. From Sickness to Badness: Michigan HIV Law as a Site of Social Control. - Hoppe, Trevor Alexander
In the state of Michigan, people infected with HIV are required by law to disclose their HIV-status to their partners before engaging in sexual contact. Failure to do so is a felony, punishable by up to four years in prison. Like statutes in 32 states with HIV-specific criminal statutes, Michigan???s law does not require that the sexual contact pose a risk of HIV transmission. Indeed, despite scientific advances in treating and managing HIV disease, prosecutions for nondisclosure have continued unabated and appear to be on the rise. My dissertation explains this paradoxical trend by arguing that Michigan???s HIV disclosure law...

97. Writing the Rules of the Game: The Strategic Logic of Agency Rulemaking. - Potter, Rachel Augustine
Administrative rules touch on almost every aspect of Americans' lives, from the fuel standards in the cars we drive to whether the ``Plan B'' morning-after pill is sold at the local pharmacy. Yet, rules are not generated automatically; rather, they are written by bureaucrats in federal agencies through a process known as ``notice-and-comment.'' In this dissertation project I argue that these bureaucrats are independent and savvy political actors who employ tools and strategies to advance their own policy preferences through rulemaking. I argue that notice-and-comment is an institution onto itself and, as such, bureaucrats respond to the incentives it creates....

98. Actions and Plans in ELAN - Hubert Dubois
ELAN is a declarative language based on rewriting logic. The ELAN language is based on labelled conditional rewrite rules and on strategies for controlling their application. ELAN provides a strategy language to control labelled rules. In this paper we show how to use the ELAN strategy language for planning. We describe how to encode situations and actions and take advantage of ELAN strategies to build plans. We give an example of our approach by describing an elevator controller.

99. Actions and Plans in ELAN - Hubert Dubois
ELAN is a declarative language based on rewriting logic. The ELAN language is based on labelled conditional rewrite rules and on strategies for controlling their application. ELAN provides a strategy language to control labelled rules. In this paper we show how to use the ELAN strategy language for planning. We describe how to encode situations and actions and take advantage of ELAN strategies to build plans. We give an example of our approach by describing an elevator controller.

100. Reasoning with higher-order abstract syntax in a logical framework - Raymond McDowell; Dale Miller
Logical frameworks based on intuitionistic or linear logics with higher-type quantification have been successfully used to give high-level, modular, and formal specifications of many important judgments in the area of programming languages and inference systems. Given such specifications, it is natural to consider proving properties about the specified systems in the framework: for example, given the specification of evaluation for a functional programming language, prove that the language is deterministic or that evaluation preserves types. One challenge in developing a framework for such reasoning is that higher-order abstract syntax (HOAS), an elegant and declarative treatment of object-level abstraction and substitution,...

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