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* J. L. Austin ( 1911 – 1960 ), British philosopher
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The theory predicts a linear dependence of Af on Af, where J is the experimentally determined Curie-Weiss constant.
The Stanford Achievement Test, Form J, was administered by classroom teachers, consisting of a battery of six sub-tests: Paragraph Meaning, Word Meaning, Spelling, Language, Arithmetic Computation, and Arithmetic Reasoning.
It is, of course, easy to see how `` J '' will mean Uncle Jack to one person and little Jane to another.
Jorge Moll and Jordan Grafman, neuroscientists at the National Institutes of Health and LABS-D ' Or Hospital Network ( J. M.
This design-based analysis was discussed and developed by Francis J. Anscombe at Rothamsted Experimental Station and by Oscar Kempthorne at Iowa State University.
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In their 1999 study of the Prime Ministers of Canada, which included the results of a survey of Canadian historians, J. L.
J. N. L. Myres built upon this suspicion and speculated that belief in Pelagianism reflected an actively provincial outlook in Britain and that Vortigern represented the Pelagian party, while Ambrosius led the Catholic one.
Atheist philosopher J. L. Mackie accepted that, if objective moral truths existed, they would warrant a supernatural explanation.
Locke also noted that the conscience is influenced by " education, company, and customs of the country ", a criticism mounted by J. L. Mackie, who argued that the conscience should be seen as an " introjection " of other people into an agent's mind.
* Structures ; Ruins of palaces, palatial villas, houses, built dome-or cist-graves and fortifications ( Aegean islands, Greek mainland and northwestern Anatolia ), but not distinct temples ; small shrines, however, and temene ( religious enclosures, remains of one of which were probably found at Petsofa near Palaikastro by J. L. Myres in 1904 ) are represented on intaglios and frescoes.
A map of Cyprus in the later Bronze Age ( such as is given by J. L. Myres and M. O. Richter in Catalogue of the Cyprus Museum ) shows more than 25 settlements in and about the Mesaorea district alone, of which one, that at Enkomi, near the site of Salamis, has yielded the richest Aegean treasure in precious metal found outside Mycenae.
Angular momenta of a classical object .< p > Left: intrinsic " spin " angular momentum S is really orbital angular momentum of the object at every point ,</ p >< p > right: extrinsic orbital angular momentum L about an axis ,</ p >< p > top: the moment of inertia tensor | moment of inertia tensor I and angular velocity ω ( L is not always parallel to ω )</ p >< p > bottom: momentum p and it's radial position r from the axis .</ p > The total angular momentum ( spin + orbital ) is J.
) Conservation of angular momentum applies to J, but not to L or S ; for example, the spin – orbit interaction allows angular momentum to transfer back and forth between L and S, with the total remaining constant.
* J. Bardeen, L. N. Cooper, and J. R. Schrieffer, " Microscopic Theory of Superconductivity ", Phys.
Boudica's story is the subject of several novels, including books by Rosemary Sutcliff, Roxanne Gregory, Pauline Gedge, Manda Scott, Alan Gold, Diana L. Paxson, David Wishart, George Shipway, Simon Scarrow and J. F. Broxholme ( a pseudonym of Duncan Kyle ).
Uncharacteristically, Jefferson's first two recordings from this session were gospel songs (" I Want to be like Jesus in my Heart " and " All I Want is that Pure Religion "), released under the name Deacon L. J. Bates.
In 1927, Jefferson recorded another of his now classic songs, the haunting " See That My Grave Is Kept Clean " ( once again using the pseudonym Deacon L. J. Bates ) along with two other uncharacteristically spiritual songs, " He Arose from the Dead " and " Where Shall I Be.
J. P. Smith, with Tippity Witchet and others of the L. T. Bauer string, is scheduled to start for " the big apple " to-morrow after a most prosperous Spring campaign at Bowie and Havre de Grace.
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In the philosophy of language these views are often associated with Wittgenstein ’ s later works and with ordinary language philosophers such as Paul Grice, John Searle and J. L. Austin.
Ultimately, it failed to solve many of the problems with which it was centrally concerned, and after the Second World War, its doctrines increasingly came under attack by thinkers such as Nelson Goodman, Willard Van Orman Quine, J. L. Austin, Peter Strawson, Hilary Putnam, and Richard Rorty.
Key tenets of logical positivism, including its atomistic philosophy of science, the verifiability principle, and the fact-value distinction, came under attack after the Second World War by philosophers such as Nelson Goodman, Quine, J. L. Austin, and Peter Strawson.
Machan has developed Rand's contextual conception of human knowledge ( while also drawing on the insights of J. L. Austin and Gilbert Harman ) in works such as Objectivity ( 2004 ), and David Kelley has explicated Rand's epistemological ideas in works such as The Evidence of the Senses ( 1986 ) and A Theory of Abstraction ( 2001 ).
Using ideas about power and subjectification first broached by Michel Foucault in Discipline and Punish, and the linguistic theories of J. L. Austin, Butler argued that sex was an effect rather than the cause of social gender difference, and that the fiction of a stable core gender identity was maintained through socially coerced performances of gender.
She is not describing herself as taking this man, but actually doing so ( perhaps the most thorough analysis of such " illocutionary acts " is J. L. Austin, " How to Do Things With Words ").
The work of J. L. Austin, particularly his How to Do Things with Words, led philosophers to pay more attention to the non-declarative uses of language.
This caveat draws a parallel to the felicity conditions J. L. Austin requires of performative utterances.
* Assadullahi R and Pulvermuller F. “ Neural Network Classification of Word Evoked Neuromagnetic Brain Activity ” In: Wermter S, Austin J, and Willahaw D ( eds.
In 1985, research on a second-generation RISC architecture started at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, producing the " AMERICA architecture "; in 1986, IBM Austin started developing the RS / 6000 series, based on that architecture.
In the early 1920s, the author-folklorist J. Frank Dobie briefly left the University of Texas at Austin to work his uncle's ranch in La Salle County.
* General Lloyd J. Austin, U. S. Army, Commander of the XVIII Airborne Corps and Multi-National Corps-Iraq
* J. Frank Dobie, award winning author who taught at UT Austin moved to Alice at 16 until he graduated from WAHS.
* J. L. Austin ( John Langshaw Austin, 1911 – 1960 ), philosopher of language who wrote How to do Things with Words
While still a student, he befriended A. J. Ayer ( with whom he was to share a lifelong amicable rivalry ), Stuart Hampshire, Richard Wollheim, Maurice Bowra, Stephen Spender, J. L. Austin and Nicolas Nabokov.