Provisional acquisition as 'true acquisition', Kant's argument against colonialism
Fourth presentation from the Kant and Colonialism conference held in University of Oxford in October 2010. In association with the Oxford University Department of Politics and International Relations, The Centre for The Study of Social Justice (CSSJ), The London School of economics and Political Science and Nuffield College.
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3.3 ‘Intentionality’

Is the work of art a free-standing artefact to be interpreted entirely on its own terms, extracted from its historical context, as Bal does it? Or can the artist and the artwork be brought back together again without committing the intentional fallacy?

Joseph Margolis makes several important points about the relationship of an artwork to its maker which has significant implications for the limits and possibilities of interpretation of works of art. Margolis puts it thus:

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The past is never dead: Balkan legacies of the First World War part two
Speakers include: Ivo Banac (Yale University), Richard Crampton (St Edmund Hall, Oxford), Basil Gounaris (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), Margaret Macmillan (St Antony’s College, Oxford), Eugene Rogan (St Antony’s College, Oxford) Convened by Othon Anastasakis (St Antony’s College, Oxford), David Madden (St Antony’s College, Oxford), Elizabeth Roberts (St Antony’s College, Oxford)
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25 Jan 2011: The Veritas Forum: Robots, Autism, & God
Rosalind Picard, Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT, will speak at Rice's 2011 Veritas Forum. She will present her work on affective computing, an interdisciplinary field that explores new sensors and systems that recognize and respond respectfully to human emotions. Dr. Picard will also discuss how her work and her faith mutually inform each other, how they shape her understanding of humanity, and how they inspire her to use her technical expertise to help those with autism.
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3.1 The role of observation

It was clear to Canadian psychologist Albert Bandura (1924– ) that not only is children's behaviour shaped by its consequences, but also that children learn by watching the behaviour of people around them. In contrast to behaviourism, Bandura's social learning theory emphasised the importance of children imitating the behaviours, emotions and attitudes of those they saw around them:

Learning would be exceedingly
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Klartext handlar i dag om att Sverige har fått en guldmedalj i skidåkning och om att oroligheterna i landet Libyen fortsätter.
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Absolute Beginner #22 - Spending Money While Speaking Spanish
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! You’re looking for a good place to enjoy a late lunch, so you’re perusing the Spanish menus at nearby restaurants. The first one seems to have high prices, and there’s a bouncer collecting a cover charge. You’d rather spend your money on food, so you keep looking for the lowest possible [...]
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"Flipping the Classroom": An interview with Chris Tisdell
In this video Chris Tisdell, Senior Lecturer, School of Mathematics and Statistics shares how he engages and motivates large mathematics classes at UNSW by creating and sharing YouTube videos, an eBook and broadcasting live interactive classes. Chris believes that using the available technology to facilitate a 'flipped classroom' model has had a very positive impact on student learning.
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Should you test the air in your home for mold?
"Should you test the air in your home for mold?" The simple answer to that question is emphatically, yes, you should. Particularly if you are looking to purchase a new home or condo. When you consider the fact that people spend about 90% of their time indoors, it makes sense that it is important to insure that the air in your home is safe to breathe. Mold is just one of the contaminants that can be detected by testing the air. Testing the air quality reveals other problems with biological pollut
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Bionet Brochure: Organic Vegetables Guide 2011

pdfInformation from practice, consulting and research on the subject of organic vegetables and potato cultivation. By DI Roswitha Six, Andreas Kranzler, Katharina Hanz (Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL Austria)
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Unit Circle Coordinates
This video explains how the unit circle has a radius of one and is centered at the origin of the coordinate plane. It is a concept that frequently occurs in many of the math subjects, especially those where Trigonometry is used. Questions asking about unit circle coordinates often give an unknown coordinate and require us to use the properties of a unit circle to calculate these coordinates. (2:34)
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TECNOLOGÍA AUDIOVISUAL
La asignatura se inscribe en el plan de estudios integrada en la materia de Tecnología de la Comunicación con el objetivo de abordar los fundamentos teóricos y prácticos que subyacen en las tecnologías productivas de carácter profesional implantadas en el sector comunicativo y la industria audiovisual. Para ello, se analizan en profundidad los sistemas tecnológicos audiovisuales contemporáneos y se realiza un acercamiento práctico a las rutinas operativas comunes al funcionamiento de lo
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UW 360 - March 2011: Peace Corps 50th Anniversary
Celebrate with the Peace Corps during their 50th anniversary, and hear stories from Peace Corps and UW alumni on their service experience. UW 360 profiles the fascinating people, programs and community connections that define the University of Washington. The show looks at a wide range of UW topics from solar energy, to heart tissue regeneration, to neighborhood farmer's markets - and much more. Samantha Rund The half-hour program is hosted by UW Alum Samantha Rund, who offers an insider's view
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City to City Chatham Retreat 2011
Panel I: The Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Dan Isenberg, Babson College
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Essential Science for Teachers: Earth and Space Science: Session 7. Our Nearest Neighbor: The Moon
Why is the Moon, our nearest neighbor in the solar system, so different from the Earth? In this session, participants explore the complex connections between the Earth and Moon, the origin of the Moon, and the roles played by gravity and collisions in the Earth–Moon system.,Students and scientists explore the question: How did people explore the moon?
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Essential Science for Teachers: Earth and Space Science: Session 2. Every Rock Tells A Story
How can we use rocks to understand events in the Earth’s past? In this session, participants explore the processes that form sedimentary rocks, learn how fossils are preserved, and are introduced to the theory of plate tectonics.,Students and scientists explore the question: How can studying rocks help us understand Earth's past?
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Celebrating 50 Years of WSU Nuclear Reactor Center
A small group of employees, former and current, along with students and guests, gathered at the WSU Nuclear Radiation Center on Monday, March 7th, 2011 to celebrate 50 years of safe operation. The reactor was brought to criticality at 9:58 p.m., the original start-up time in 1961. Further celebrations marking the 50th anniversary will be made later in the month. For more about the 50th Anniversary, click this link: http://www.wsutoday.wsu.edu/pages/publications.asp?Action=Detail&PublicationID=2
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