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@ace3400• May 21, 2023open-state

Kimagure Orange Road - Wikipedia

. It was also an archetypal shōnen romantic comedy, a genre which it had a major influence on, and the character Madoka is considered to be a root of the tsundere archetype.

Following a 1985 film pilot (Shonen Jump Special), Toho and Studio Pierrot created an anime television series that was broadcast on Nippon Television from 1987 to 1988.

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@ace3400• May 20, 2023open-state

Pragmatism is one of the most successful idioms in philosophy | Aeon Essays

the dawn of the 20th century, there emerged in the United States a distinctive philosophical movement known as pragmatism.

Although the term is often used today to denote the blunt desire to get results

Despite their differences, they were animated by a common interpretation of philosophical empiricism that emphasises the role of action in our thinking, from the habitual and mundane to the experimental and creative.

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@ace3400• May 14, 2023open-state

Belief formation – A driving force for brain evolution - ScienceDirect

Empirical and relational beliefs develop instantaneously, conceptual beliefs rely on language.

Recent neuroscience research in non-human primates and humans, however, has shown that beliefs are the neuropsychic product of fundamental brain processes that attribute affective meaning to concrete objects and events, enabling individual goal setting, decision making and maneuvering in the environment.

Empirical beliefs are about objects and relational beliefs are about events as in tool use and in interactions between subjects that develop below the level of awareness and are up-dated dynamically. Conceptual beliefs are more complex being based on narratives and participation in ritual acts.

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@ace3400• May 10, 2023open-state

Belief, Aim of | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

This aim has been traditionally identified with truth and, since the late 1990s, with knowledge. With this claim, philosophers designate a feature of belief according to which believing a proposition carries with it some sort of commitment or teleological directedness toward the truth (or knowledge) of that proposition.

The claim that “belief aims at truth” was first coined by Bernard Williams (1973) to designate a set of properties of beliefs, namely (1) that truth and falsehood are dimensions of assessment of beliefs as opposed to other psychological states and dispositions;

This feature (that is, aiming at truth) is supposed to capture the specific relation of belief with truth. This relation seems to be peculiar to belief, and to play an important role in the characterization of this type of attitude. No other attitude seems to entertain such a special relation with truth. Like belief, the content of attitudes like (propositional) desires, imaginings, and mere thoughts can be true or false. But differently from these attitudes, beliefs are considered defective if their content is false, or correct if it is true

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@ace3400• Apr 28, 2023open-state

Popper, Karl: Philosophy of Science | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Karl Popper (1902-1994) was one of the most influential philosophers of science of the 20th century.

His work is notable for its wide influence both within the philosophy of science, within science itself, and within a broader social context.

This remedy, however, looks less attractive to the extent that advocates of different theories consistently find themselves unable to reach an agreement on what sentences count as basic.

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@ace3400• Apr 8, 2023open-state

Gavin Newsom - Wikipedia

Newsom has said he did not have an easy childhood, partly due to dyslexia.[12] He attended kindergarten and first grade at Ecole Notre Dame Des Victoires, a French-American bilingual school in San Francisco, but eventually transferred out, due to the severe dyslexia that still affects him. It has challenged his abilities to write, spell, read, and work with numbers.[12] Throughout his schooling, Newsom had to rely on a combination of audiobooks, digests, and informal verbal instruction. To this day, he prefers to interpret documents and reports through audio

The PlumpJack Group grew to manage 23 businesses, including wineries, restaurants and hotels. Newsom began his political career in 1996, when San Francisco mayor Willie Brown appointed him to the city's Parking and Traffic Commission.

In an interview with The San Francisco Chronicle, his sister recalled Christmases when their mother told them they would not receive any gifts.[14] Tessa opened their home to foster children, instilling in Newsom the importance of public service.[14][15] His father's finances were strapped in part because of his tendency to give away his earnings.[15] Newsom worked several jobs in high school to help support his family.[3]

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@ace3400• Apr 3, 2023open-state

Vladimir Nabokov - Wikipedia

In Speak, Memory, Nabokov proudly recounted his father's campaigns against despotism and staunch opposition to capital punishment.[69] Nabokov was a self-proclaimed "White Russian",[31] and was, from its inception, a strong opponent of the Soviet government that came to power following the Bolshevik Revolution of October 1917. In a poem he wrote as a teenager in 1917, he described Lenin's Bolsheviks as "grey rag-tag people"

Throughout his life, Nabokov would remain committed to the classical liberal political philosophy of his father, and equally opposed Tsarist autocracy, communism, and fascism

During the 1960s, in both letters and interviews, he reveals a profound contempt for the New Left movements, describing the protesters as "conformists" and "goofy hoodlums."[68]: 139 [72] In a 1967 interview, Nabokov stated that he refused to associate with supporters of Bolshevism or Tsarist autocracy but that he had "friends among intellectual constitutional monarchists as well as among intellectual social revolutionaries."[73] Nabokov supported the Vietnam War effort and voiced admiration for both Presidents Lyndon B. Johnson and Richard Nixon.[72][74][75][76] Racism against African-Americans appalled Nabokov, who touted Alexander Pushkin's multiracial background as an argument against segregation.[74]

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@ace3400• Feb 21, 2023open-state

Pierce The Veil – The Divine Zero Lyrics | Genius Lyrics

Inside, I feel like I have so much to offer, and I’ve always felt that way. It’s for a person who doesn’t have the confidence but knows they can change the world inside and out. They’re waiting for their chance to breakout. That relates to a lot of our young fans. It’s about being ‘The Divine Zero.’”

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@ace3400• Feb 21, 2023open-state

Hypothesis - New World Encyclopedia

A hypothesis in the empirical disciplines (e.g. physics, chemistry, and biology) is a proposition proposed to predict or explain a reoccurring phenomenon, and in the a priori disciplines

In early usage, scholars often referred to a clever idea or to a convenient mathematical approach that simplified cumbersome calculations as a hypothesis.

: that he must not treat the motion of the Earth as a reality, but merely as a hypothesis.

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Scientific hypothesis | Definition, Formulation, & Example | Britannica

an idea that proposes a tentative explanation about a phenomenon or a narrow set of phenomena observed in the natural world

The two primary features of a scientific hypothesis are falsifiability and testability, which are reflected in an “If…then” statement summarizing the idea and in the ability to be supported or refuted through observation and experimentation.

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