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So.... hot..... by Anonymous on June 26th, 2009, 3:29 pm
Lawdy lawdy, it's hotter than a June bride in a feather bed here in Indiana! You just can't read Kierkegaard in hot weather.

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The best way to study human anatomy by Anonymous on August 8th, 2011, 8:14 am
Many of us feel that anatomy of human body is among the most challenging subject areas to understand. One of the primary causes behind this kind of thinking is that there's much to remember in the subject. It appears to be very hard to the learners. On top of that, the majority of the words are in latin, which the majority of us don't get. If you must study anatomy on your own, the issue is made worse much more. To make the procedure of learning simpler you should split it into 3 steps. As you try this the process of education becomes much easier and virtually hassle-free. Below are the 3 steps that can develop your understanding of human anatomy.

Look at human anatomy as a visual science:

Many of us understand effectively when they view the diagrams of subject of study. It truly is great if you can visit the science laboratory to review human anatomy first hand. Nevertheless it may be done quite possibly at your home. You shouldn't underrate the strength of visual images and animation....

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First Entry by Anonymous on April 19th, 2011, 10:15 am
My name is Benedict and I'm from Perth, Western Australia. I've joined this forum as I have an interest in science, particularly computer science!

I've recently launched a new website where people can get science R&D work done at http://zombal.com.
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The Emotional Experience by Anonymous on December 12th, 2013, 11:11 pm
A Core Component of Emotional Experience: A Conditioned Response of the Affect Component in Sensory Feeling

Based on the assumption that emotion is acquired, this article examines and analyzes the mental contents and neural basis of emotional experience and sensory feeling(e.g. pain, hunger,taste,smell and so on ) by referencing the existing theoretical viewpoints and experimental results. It is argued that emotional experience and sensory feeling are all the compound feelings that consist of cognitive representation(referring to all kinds of discriminative sensations and all kinds of mental representations based on them)and affect representation (only two conscious qualities, pleasure and displeasure that respectively carry the mental states of likes and dislikes,), and the affect representation is the core components of emotional experience. And then it is assumed that the core component of emotional experience,at the level of neural activity,originates from the cond...

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Adam Croom — Thick Concepts by Anonymous on May 14th, 2011, 7:54 am
Thick Concepts, Non-Cognitivism, and Wittgenstein's Rule-Following
From The South African Journal of Philosophy 29.3 (2010): 286-309.

Croom's full text is freely available here.

In the decades since McDowell's Non-cognitivism and rule-following was published, it seems that those who follow the non-cogntivist footsteps of Ayer have been lumbered with having to mount a defence of their approach (or at least what is claimed to be their approach) to "thick" evaluative concepts. Adam Croom presents McDowell's arguments in terms of thick concepts (see p.290), and whilst one may have initially taken issue with this — for we assume McDowell's target to include non-cognitivist accounts of "thin" concepts also — it does afford a degree of written clarity tha...

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