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Root Word Dictionaries & Resources. Digital Photography Tips and Tutorials. iTechnique. Photography - GEAR. Landscape. Do You Come From Royalty? Your Last Name May Tell You. [Photo credit: Shutterstock] Do you think your family originated from the top 1 percent?

Do You Come From Royalty? Your Last Name May Tell You.

According to a new study of unique last names from around the world, moving in or out of the upper class doesn’t take just a few generations — it takes centuries. Measuring not just income and wealth but also occupation, education, and longevity, researchers found that upper-class families took 300 to 450 years before their scions fell back into the middle class. Throughout society, poor families, taken as a whole, took an equal amount of time — 10 to 15 generations — to work their way up into the middle class. Researchers at the University of California, Davis, and the London School of Economics conducted the study, which they published in the journal “Human Nature.” Why IBM’s New Brainlike Chip May Be “Historic” A new kind of computer chip, unveiled by IBM today, takes design cues from the wrinkled outer layer of the human brain.

Why IBM’s New Brainlike Chip May Be “Historic”

Though it is no match for a conventional microprocessor at crunching numbers, the chip consumes significantly less power, and is vastly better suited to processing images, sound, and other sensory data. IBM’s SyNapse chip processes information using a network of just over one million “neurons,” which communicate with one another using electrical spikes—as actual neurons do. The chip uses the same basic components as today’s commercial chips—silicon transistors. But its transistors are configured to mimic the behavior of both neurons and the connections—synapses—between them. The SyNapse chip breaks with a design known as the Von Neumann architecture that has underpinned computer chips for decades. Is consciousness an engineering problem? – Michael Graziano. The brain is a machine: a device that processes information.

Is consciousness an engineering problem? – Michael Graziano

If Someone Secretly Controlled What You Say, Would Anyone Notice? Getty The subject enters a room in which a 12-year-old boy is seated.

If Someone Secretly Controlled What You Say, Would Anyone Notice?

A 20-minute conversation ensues. Is consciousness an engineering problem? – Michael Graziano. Improve Your File Organisation With Finder in Mavericks. Finder first saw the light of day alongside the original Macintosh File System, as part of Mac OS System 1, in January 1984.

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Nearly 30 years later, Finder has changed radically to its current iteration as part of OS X 10.9 Mavericks. With the release of Mavericks Apple introduced several big new features to Finder, including tabs in Finder windows and a universal system for tagging files. Batteries. Considerations for the long life of your Macboo... Cleaning Your MacBook Use a very lightly damp, soft (if you can squeeze the cloth very tightly and even a drop comes out, its still too damp), lint-free cloth to clean the computer’s exterior.

Considerations for the long life of your Macboo...

Avoid getting moisture in any openings and be very careful not to get the damp cloth around the trackpad edges or around the inside edge between the monitor and its bezel. Do not spray any type of liquid directly on the computer. Triple SEO - SEO, Social and Link Building Blog. Sydney Morning Herald - Business & World News Australia. ABC News. Philosopher's Zone. 7zvynx › Log In. Explore. A Taxonomy of Philosophy. Welcome Back. Philosophy. Assignment CalculatorHaving trouble getting long term assignments done?

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Try this calculator out. It will automatically begin with today's date. Then put in the date the assignment is due. Click and voila. All the interim pieces, what you have to do each week to get it done on time, are laid out for you. Guidelines on Reading Philosophy You not only have to read the stuff; you have to evaluate the author's arguments. Philosophy note-taking sheet and study tips PRINT OUT THIS WORKSHEET! Tips for Understanding Philosophy Marginal writing is better than highlighting or underlining. A Philosophical Glossary for Beginners Ad hoc, ad hominem - what's all this latin mean? Guide to the Study of Philosophy This guide not only provides tips on reading philosophyical texts,but also provides guidelines from reading electronic sources, including philosophy forums.

A Brief Guide to Writing the Philosophy Paper PDF file Covers challenges of writing a philosophy paper and how to structure a paper. Neurophenomenology: Holistic Understandings of the Person in Cognitive Anthropology. 1.

Neurophenomenology: Holistic Understandings of the Person in Cognitive Anthropology

Introduction: Practical Philosophy (Journal) Tolerance. Science and philosophy of how the mind and body serve each other. Categories. 1.

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Category Systems 1.1 Aristotelian Realism Philosophical interest in categories may be traced back to Aristotle who, in his treatise Categories, attempts to enumerate the most general kinds into which entities in the world divide. He does not begin from a single highest kind, but rather lists the following as the ten highest categories of things “said without any combination” (Categories 1b25): Substance (e.g., man, horse) Quantity (e.g., four-foot, five-foot) Quality (e.g., white, grammatical) Relation (e.g., double, half) Place (e.g., in the Lyceum, in the market-place) Date (e.g., yesterday, last year) Posture (e.g., is lying, is sitting) State (e.g., has shoes on, has armor on) Action (e.g., cutting, burning) Passion (e.g., being cut, being burned) There are two sorts of substance: a primary substance is, e.g., an individual man or horse; the species (and genera) of these individuals (e.g., man, animal) are secondary substances.

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Language itself is a source of meaning Words often mean more than they mean. Sometimes the surplus or transcendent meaning is symbolic as in myth, or rhetorical as in political text, or motivational as in graduation speeches, or inspirational as in prayers. And sometimes the surplus meaning is phenomenological. It is phenomenological when the meaning is evocative of lived experience, when it re-awakens some possible human experience in a manner that is immediate and yet prompting reflection. Thus language is a source of meaning; it makes our experience “recognizable.” Online Etymology Dictionary. Monocle / Global Briefing (monocle.com) The Atavist. Aeon Ideas. Edge.org. Microphilosophy. Philosophy – Aeon Magazine.