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William James's \"The Will to Believe\" has been criticized for offering untenable arguments in support of belief in unvalidated hypotheses. Although James is no longer accused of suggesting we can create belief ex nihilo, critics continue to charge that James s defense of belief in what he...
Reintroduction of wolves (Canis lupus) to Yellowstone National Park in 1995–1996 has been argued to promote a trophic cascade by altering elk (Cervus elaphus) density, habitat-selection patterns, and behavior that, in turn, could lead to changes within the plant communities used by elk. We...
Modern vehicles are equipped with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) that rely heavily on a variety of sensors such as LiDAR, RADAR, SONAR, and camera to capture surrounding traffic data. Sensor performance has been observed to degrade during adverse weather conditions as the signals are...
Wind-forced depth-dependent currents over the eastern Beaufort Sea continental slope: Implications for Pacific water transportDownload
Pacific water contributes significantly to the Arctic Ocean freshwater budget. Recent increases in Arctic freshwater flux, also affected by the Pacific-derived Arctic water, impact the Atlantic overturning circulation with implications for global climate. The interannual variability of the...
Windsor House school: Systems, procedures and curriculum that support a democratic educational philosophyDownload
It is my belief that people learn best in situations where they respect and value the people from whom that are leaning as well as feel respected and valued themselves. For these reasons human relationships in learning environments are very important. Democratic structures help to support...
Introduction: In negligence law, conventional wisdom holds that it is for the plaintiff to prove on a balance of probabilities that his loss or injury resulted from the defendant's actions. Typically this is satisfied by showing that \"but for\" those actions, the accident would not have...
Within- and between-day reliability of spinal stiffness measurements obtained using a computer controlled mechanical indenter in individuals with and without low back pain
Instrumented spinal stiffness measurements have shown high testeretest reliability. However, factors that may affect reliability have yet to be investigated. The objective of this study was to compare the: 1) within- and between-day reliability of a mechanical indentation device (MID) in...
This article investigates the later philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein from the perspective of Intellectual Freedom in librarianship. The article argues that Intellectual Freedom tends to be informed by individualism and linguistic idealism. This in turn limits IF to advocacy rather than social...
Background: The Wnt signaling pathway is uniquely metazoan and used in many processes during development, including the formation of polarity and body axes. In sponges, one of the earliest diverging animal groups, Wnt pathway genes have diverse expression patterns in different groups including...