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Volume 11 Number 1 Year 2023

9 articles in this issue 

Alethea Black

In 2003, Nick Bostrom published his highly influential “Simulation Argument” in  Philosophical Quarterly(Bostrom, 2003), an idea taken so seriously that even Bank of America has sent out alerts to its clients. But what, exactly, would that mean? And,... see more

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Denis Thomas

Christian Doppler, an Austrian physicist, described in 1842 the apparent change in frequency of a wave when motion of the source or the observer is involved. Named after him, this change in observational frequencies is known as the Doppler Effect. The for... see more

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Umberto Pagano

This article explores the sociological dimensions of food, emphasizing its social significance, aesthetic qualities, and ritualistic aspects. It investigates how food creates social bonds, influences power dynamics, and shapes hierarchies. It examines the... see more

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Klaus Fröhlich

If Darwin's and Wallace's theory of evolution is reduced to "eat and be eaten" misunderstanding and rejection arise. From a didactic point of view, a scientific and philosophical examination of the theory is necessary. It can create understanding and acce... see more

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Hernán Gustavo Solari,Mario Alberto Natiello

We integrate dualistic conceptions of the real with Peirce's perspectives about reality and abduction, emphasizing the concept of reason underlying Peirce's thoughts. Peirce's abduction is related to the notions of retrogression and grounding in Hegel, la... see more

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Boris Culina

Education in statistics, the application of statistics in scientific research, and statistics itself as a scientific discipline are in crisis. Within science, the main cause of the crisis is the insufficiently clarified concept of probability. This articl... see more

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Kent William Mayhew

Pictet’s experiment was front and center in the 18th/19th century debate concerning whether heat is a wave, or a particle. Pictet’s experiment is best understood by realizing that thermal radiation energy plays a significant role in heat transfer. It is a... see more

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Davide Costa

The transgender experience predicts that the gender affirming pathway is undertaken. The gender affirmation process is not mandatory, and the process is not the same for all people. Affirmation of gender is a social determinant of transgender and gender d... see more

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