Printed edition of the book ”Beginner’s Guide for Cybercrime Investigators”

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It has been published the printed edition of the book ”Beginner’s Guide for Cybercrime Investigators” Pages: 103, Binding: Paperback, Interior Color: Black & White, Dimensions: US Trade (6 x 9 in / 152 x 229 mm) Lulu Press: https://www.lulu.com/shop/nicolae-sfetcu/beginners-guide-for-cybercrime-investigators/paperback/product-1mw7zdp9.html In … Read More

Aesthetics over the centuries 18th–19th

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Kant (Immanuel Kant (1724-1804).) Kant is said to have given aesthetics its autonomy as a proper domain of art, but in reality autonomy concerns only the “aesthetic subject” and is related to knowledge and morals. Transcendental aesthetics in the Critique … Read More

It has been published the printed edition of the book ”How to SELL (eCommerce) – Marketing and Internet Marketing Strategies”

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It has been published the printed edition of the book ”How to SELL (eCommerce) – Marketing and Internet Marketing Strategies” Paperback ‏ : ‎ 204 pages, ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 979-8210134547, Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 9.9 ounces, Dimensions ‏ … Read More

Major themes of the philosophy of mind

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The intentionality of the mind Originating in medieval scholasticism, it was with Franz Brentano at the end of the 19th century that the theme of intentionality began to become central in philosophy. It was taken up in the 20th century … Read More

The nature of scientific discourse and concepts

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Science is both the statement of hypotheses concerning the nature of the world, and the verification of these theories as adequate to reality according to an experimental method, which differs according to the fields. What are the origin and the … Read More

Real and/or reality in philosophy

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According to André Lalande’s Vocabulaire technique et critique de la philosophie, there would be in the use of the words “real”, “reality”, “two great concepts originally distinct, but today mixed so closely that one cannot, most often, make the distinction”: … Read More

Philosophy of law: Concept

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Principles The philosophy of law analyzes the fundamental questions of law. It deals with his nature and his conceptions of justice. It is interested in the genesis of norms and rights, as well as the foundations of their validity. The … Read More

Arguments against speciesism

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Anti-speciesism For supporters of antispeciesism (philosophical and political movement opposed to speciesism), speciesism is a reprehensible ideology, and an “animal liberation movement” is necessary to put an end to the exploitation of animals. For antispeciesists, “speciesism can be defined as … Read More

Types of consequentialism

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Utilitarianism (John Stuart Mill) Utilitarianism is, historically, the main consequentialist moral theory. He takes as right the action which generates the most happiness for all the agents, happiness being defined as the maximization of pleasures and the minimization of pains. … Read More

Brazil English translation style guide

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Full name: Federative Republic of Brazil (Republica Federativa do Brasil) Official language: Portuguese (many Amerindian languages and a few European languages are also spoken, but the only official language is Portuguese) Government type: Federal presidential republic Parliament: Brazil has a … Read More

What does ‘God’ mean? Is God Knowable?

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What does ‘God’ mean? To this question, there is a great plurality of philosophical, sociological, or ideological opinions about religion. The religions have various interpretations on the part of the philosophers and the “founding” theorists of the various human sciences. … Read More

The role of translation and languages ​​in the circulation of ideas and information

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In space and time, the intensity of intercultural communication and interlinguistic exchanges largely depends on the quantity and quality of information translated from one language to another, but history has shown that circulation and “notoriety” of ideas do not merge … Read More

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