States Of Knowledge

Author: Sheila Jasanoff
Publisher: Routledge
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Notes on contributors Acknowledgements 1. The Idiom of Co-production Sheila Jasanoff 2. Ordering Knowledge, Ordering Society Sheila Jasanoff 3. Climate Science and the Making of a Global Political Order Clark A. Miller 4.

Marco Paul S Adventures In Pursuit Of Knowledge State Of Vermont

Author: Jacob Abbott
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states,” replied Forester. “The great articles of cultivation in the United States are
grass, grain and cotton. The grass is cultivated in the northern states, the grain in
the middle states, and the cotton in the southern states. The grass is food for
beasts, the grain is food for man, and the cotton is for clothing. These different
kinds of cultivation are not indeed exclusive in the different districts. Some grass
is raised in the middle and southern states, and some grain is raised in the
northern states ...

State Of Knowledge Of Alcohol Impaired Driving

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They found that repeat DWI offenders were some 50% more often involved in
both alcohol-related traffic crashes and non-alcohol related crashes than were
first offenders. The average BAC of the repeat offenders was also higher than that
of the first offenders (. 1 8 versus . 1 5). Recently, Peck and Helander (1999)
examined how the mean number. 1 FARS is limited to three years in its definition
of conviction, since states vary in the amount of time convictions are kept on
record. 2 Meta ...

Final Report State Of Knowledge Of Alcohol Impaired Driving Research On Repeat Dwi Offenders

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However, during the period that the interlocks were removed, the recidivism of
the participants was about 4% after one year, and the recidivism of the still-
suspended comparison group was about 3%. Also, during the removal period the
recidivism of the reinstated comparison group was about 5%. It has also been
suggested that, rather than impound or confiscate a convicted DWI's vehicle, one
might “confiscate” the driver's vehicle registration. Two States, Oregon and
Washington, ...

Meinong S Theory Of Knowledge

Author: Marie-Luise Schubert Kalsi
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
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What they are follows from their basic ontology: They are special states of affairs
for Chisholm and existing complex objects for Meinong. ("Existing" must be
understood here in Meinong's sense. Chisholm's term "existence" corresponds to
Meinong's "subsistence.") States of affairs remain undescribed. They seem to be
similar to Meinong's objectives whereby, however, objectives are based on or
somehow are constituted by objects which are again either objectives or things
other than ...

The Likelihood Of Knowledge

Author: R.G. Meyers
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
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characteristic of a person's mental states: they are (according to the doctrine) all
and only those states of which we can have direct knowledge. Direct knowledge
is thus a sign that a state is mental. I will call this the “luminosity” thesis. More
precisely, this is the thesis that x is a mental state of S if and only if x is a luminous
state of S, where m is a luminous state of S if and only if S is able to intuit (i.e.,
directly know in Prichard's sense) that he is in state m. Given this, it is easy to
argue that ...

The Production And Distribution Of Knowledge In The United States

Author: Fritz Machlup
Publisher: Princeton University Press
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In the present instance, however, it would be impossible to begin with a definition
, because we shall see that "knowledge" does not have just one meaning, which
one could delineate and demarcate with a definition. It has several meanings,
and two of them will be needed throughout this book. Although they are different,
they are logically correlated and neither of them is dispensable in our discussion.
The one is knowledge as that which is known; the other is knowledge as the state
of ...