Lt. Gen John Sterling- Closing Keynote
Lt. Gen. John Sterling, deputy commander of the Army Training and Doctrine Command, led a discussion about the Army as a profession during a keynote address during the Army War College Strategy Conference, "American Society and its Profession of Arms." http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/conf/
Rubinstein on Game Theory and Behavioral Economics
Ariel Rubinstein of Tel Aviv University and New York University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the state of game theory and behavioral economics, two of the most influential areas of economics in recent years. Drawing on his Afterword for the 60th anniversary edition of Von Neumann and Morgenstern's Theory of Games and Economic Behavior, Rubinstein argues that game theory's successes have been quite limited. Rubinstein, himself a game theorist, argues that game theory is unable to y
3. Natural Law Roots of the Social Contract Tradition
Moral Foundations of Politics (PLSC 118) Before exploring the three Enlightenment traditions in particular, Professor Shapiro examines the Enlightenment holistically, using John Locke as the foundation for the discussion. The first tenet of the Enlightenment is a commitment to science as a way of ordering politics, and Professor Shapiro introduces the Cartesian philosophy of science and segues into an elucidation of the workmanship ideal, a central feature of Enlightenment thinking. Corollary t
4. Origins of Classical Utilitarianism
Moral Foundations of Politics (PLSC 118) Jeremy Bentham's formulation of classical utilitarianism is the first Enlightenment tradition that the course will cover in depth. In his Principles of Morals and Legislation, Bentham outlines the principle of utility; that is, the principle that all men are pleasure-seeking and pain-avoiding. Professor Shapiro presents the case that classical utilitarianism has five characteristics: (1) it is comprehensive and deterministic, (2) it is a pre-Darwinian na
11. Marxian Exploitation and Distributive Justice
Moral Foundations of Politics (PLSC 118) Exploitation is an important technical--not normative--concept in the theory of Karl Marx. Although we are dealing with voluntary Pareto transactions, under capitalism, exploitation occurs whether or not an individual is better off. Capitalism is destined to fail, says Marx, because of (1) the possibility for liquidity crises, (2) the nature of capitalist competition inducing declining marginal profit on the industry-wide level, (3) the fact that capital
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Preparing Research Datasets
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Using the NCLOR with Moodle 1.9.x
This tutorial should be reviewed by faculty of institutions who use Moodle as their course management system. This tutorial includes topics like: defining CMS integration, deciding what type of learning activities to put in a course, understanding how to use Moodle with the NCLOR, understanding how to update item links and information on learning object creation.
Seminar I on Agricultural Process Engineering
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Fundamental Technologies in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Advanced communication and power distribution technologies fully aware of Earth\'s environment are indispensable for the sustainable prosperity of mankind in the 21st century. In order to ensure technology to fulfill the demands of this kind of future society, there is a need for revolutionary progress in research related to electronic materials and devices, circuit and system design, and communication and power systems. In this course, we will cover an outline of basic electric and electronic t
Article :: Merging Image Exposures in Adobe Photoshop CS5
Want to give your photos more "oomph"? Adobe Certified Instructor Rafael Concepcion demonstrates a speedy technique for adjusting the exposure of certain parts of an image, making it more powerful.
2011 Garage Science Fair Last week I got a chance to attend The Garage Science Fair at the 2011 Hardware Summit. The Garage at Microsoft is a place for employees to collaborate on interesting side-projects and share knowledge. A few times a year they put on Science Fairs where employees can show their creations to the rest of us 'Softies. Volunteer judges review the projects and Author(s):
Last week I got a chance to attend The Garage Science Fair at the 2011 Hardware Summit. The Garage at Microsoft is a place for employees to collaborate on interesting side-projects and share knowledge. A few times a year they put on Science Fairs where employees can show their creations to the rest of us 'Softies. Volunteer judges review the projects and Author(s):
On Modern University & University Students A
Issues regarding modern university and university students are issues close to home, which you students cannot ignore as mere knowledge or general issues. In this course, we expect you to consider these issues with historical knowledge.
Study of Representation and Expression of Race
This lecture is an introduction to part of the results of the researches called “An Interdisciplinary Study of Representation and Expression of Race” and made in collaboration with the Institute for Research in Humanities. Yet these results will be presented in a pleasant and intelligible manner. Why does the race still exist realistically even after such a long time the fact that a race does not exist biologically was elucidated? We will bring up the problem of the racial reality through th
The Energy of Light
In this introduction to light energy, students learn about reflection and refraction as they learn that light travels in wave form. Through hands-on activities, they see how prisms, magnifying glasses and polarized lenses work. They also gain an understanding of the colors of the rainbow as the visible spectrum, each color corresponding to a different wavelength.
Introduction to Christian Studies
In this lecture, we will explain the Christian Studies totally as the comprehensive studies of Christianity, which includes theology, philosophy of religion, and modern studies of religion.
7.2 Negotiation skills Negotiation skills are essential for the project manager to get individuals and groups to agree on a common approach to a project, despite their potentially conflicting interests and priorities. The project manager needs to be able to negotiate with suppliers and customers and individuals to adopt a particular course of action. It is also important that negotiation is conducted in a way that will build long-term relationships, rather than simply secure short-term gains. Effective negoti
Negotiation skills are essential for the project manager to get individuals and groups to agree on a common approach to a project, despite their potentially conflicting interests and priorities. The project manager needs to be able to negotiate with suppliers and customers and individuals to adopt a particular course of action. It is also important that negotiation is conducted in a way that will build long-term relationships, rather than simply secure short-term gains.
How teams work
This unit provides an introduction to working in virtual project teams by explaining terms and concepts related to teams and to projects. The complexity of the interaction of people and technology is highlighted.