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An Archive for Preprints in Philosophy of Science - PhilSci-Archive

An Archive for Preprints in Philosophy of Science - PhilSci-Archive
Welcome to PhilSci-Archive, an electronic archive for preprints in the philosophy of science. It is offered as a free service to the philosophy of science community. The goal of the archive is to promote communication in the field by the rapid dissemination of new work. PhilSci-Archive invites submissions in all areas of philosophy of science, including general philosophy of science, philosophy of particular sciences (physics, biology, chemistry, psychology, etc.), feminist philosophy of science, socially relevant philosophy of science, history and philosophy of science and history of the philosophy of science. Viewing Material on PhilSci-Archive There are several ways to view material in the archive.

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Items where Subject is "General Issues > History of Philosophy of Science" Number of items at this level: 210. -Preprint Volume-, (2012) PSA 2012. In: [2012] Philosophy of Science Assoc. 23rd Biennial Mtg (San Diego, CA) > PSA 2012 Contributed Papers. DLIST - The University of Arizona Campus Repository Digital Library of Information Science and Technology (DLIST) is a cross-institutional, subject-based, open access digital archive for the Information Sciences, including Archives and Records Management, Library and Information Science, Information Systems, Digital Curation, Museum Informatics, records management and other critical information infrastructures. The archive can be used for new materials as well as for classics such as the The Five Laws of Library Science 1931, Ranganathan, S. R. We also are particularly interested in multi-cultural and cultural competency aspects of the DLIST subject domain.

Herman J. Bierens Professor Emeritus of Economics Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA 16802 E-mail: hbierens@psu.edu Ph.D.: University of Amsterdam, 1980 Field: Econometrics Mailing address P.O. Box 187 Centre Hall, PA 16828 Honors Backgrounders Compositeness The unprecedented energy of proton collisions at the LHC could be what scientists need to find a new world of subatomic particles Dark matter Dark matter makes up more than 80% of all the matter in the universe, but it can only be detected by its gravitational effects Extra dimensions Of the four forces that govern the way particles interact, gravity is the weakest.

Scientific Information Service Annual report - Rapport annuel CERN publications in 2007 Catalogue of all known publications resulting from research done at CERN during the year. Searchable version extracted from CERN Document Server. Annual reports of CERN departments [PH] CERN Courier digital edition Welcome to CERN Courier digital edition – the magazine for the high-energy-physics community. Jan/Feb 2013Download March 2013Download Apr 2013Download May 2013Download June 2013Download Jul/Aug 2013Download Sep 2013Download Oct 2013Download Nov 2013Download Dec 2013Download Jan/Feb 2014Download Mar 2014Download Apr 2014Download *These PDFs are best viewed on a desktop computer using Acrobat Reader 5 or later. Users viewing them on various mobile or tablet devices may experience limited functionality or lag.

First three-year LHC running period reaches a conclusion Geneva 14 February 2013. At 7.24am, the shift crew in the CERN1 Control Centre extracted the beams from the Large Hadron Collider, bringing the machine’s first three-year running period to a successful conclusion. The LHC’s first run has seen major advances in physics, including the discovery of a new particle that looks increasingly like the long–sought Higgs boson, announced on 4 July 2012. And during the last weeks of the run, the remarkable figure of 100 petabytes of data stored in the CERN mass-storage systems was surpassed. This data volume is roughly equivalent to 700 years of full HD-quality movies. “We have every reason to be very satisfied with the LHC’s first three years,” said CERN Director-General Rolf Heuer.

REMIE - Multidisciplinary Journal of Educational Research The Multidisciplinary Journal of Educational Research (known by its Spanish acronym REMIE) is an open access four-monthly journal of Hipatia Press that publishes research outcomes with significant contributions to the understanding and improvement of the educational processes. REMIE not only collects research results from different disciplines and methodological approaches, but also research carried out by interdisciplinary research teams. In this line, disciplinary and interdisciplinary works related to educational research are welcome in areas including education, sociology, psychology, anthropology, history, philosophy, economics, linguistics, geography or political science. This scientific journal emerges with the need to provide a response to the excessive compartmentalization of scientific knowledge that has traditionally existed in the educational research arena in Spain and Latin America.

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