A New Kind of Science

13 : ] í seems to be so that among the different organisms that exist on the Earth ,
so to speak , that they have , kind of , sampled a large fraction of the possible of
the space of possible simple programs . So that a good hypothesis for figuring out

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space



Category: Cellular automata

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Generic Payment in kind Certificates

CORN : Quantity of Paarletings under various in - hing levels . Table 5. RICE :
Quantity of PIK sarketings under various In - hind levels . Table 1. UPLO
COTTON1 Nuantity of PIK aar betings der various in - kind levels . Mar - May Jun
- Aug Sep ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry



Category: Agricultural price supports

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Payment in kind Program

The concept of “payment” generally is understood to encompass payments-in-
kind as well as in cash. Nothing in the language or legislative history of the
statutes suggests that a more restrictive interpretation was intended for land
diversion ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Subcommittee on Select Revenue Measures



Category: Agricultural price supports

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Be Kind to the Loved Ones at Home

Be kind to thy brother—wherever you are, o- oi o or " - love of a brother shall be
An or – nament purer richer by far Than pearls from the depth of the sea. 4. Be
kind to thy sister—not many may know The depth of true sisterly love; The wealth
of ...

Author: Isaac Baker Woodbury




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Finest Kind

When his father's Boston bank fails in 1838, causing his family to relocate to a small Maine town, twelve-year-old Jake Webber works to prepare the family for the harsh winter while also keeping the existence of his disabled younger brother ...

Author: Lea Wait

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1416909524

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 256

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When his father's Boston bank fails in 1838, causing his family to relocate to a small Maine town, twelve-year-old Jake Webber works to prepare the family for the harsh winter while also keeping the existence of his disabled younger brother a secret.

The Friend

BE KIND . Be kind , for kindness speaks A language quite her own , The charms
she hath , the good she seeks , To all mankind are known . The rudest savage
feels her sway , She rules the most refin'd , And seems in pleading tone to say ...




Category: Society of Friends


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The Third Kind in Plato s Timaeus

Preface This book is the result of being astonished by Plato ' s declaration in the
Timaeus that we should distinguish a third Kind of thing beyond the Kinds " what
is " and “ what comes to be . ” When I read this , questions sprang to my mind ...

Author: Dana R. Miller

Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht

ISBN: 9783525252444

Category: Philosophy

Page: 248

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This book examines Platos account in the Timaeus of a third kind and its cosmic members, a material principle and place.

Leibniz What Kind of Rationalist

As he rejected Plato's solution involving a kind of re-memory, he was forced to
explain innate ideas as a faculty, namely as a kind of possibility of the soul to
transform obscure impressions by means of reflection into distinct knowledge, ...

Author: Marcelo Dascal

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1402086687

Category: Philosophy

Page: 532

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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz was an outstanding contributor to many fields of human knowledge. The historiography of philosophy has tagged him as a “rationalist”. But what does this exactly mean? Is he a “rationalist” in the same sense in Mathematics and Politics, in Physics and Jurisprudence, in Metaphysics and Theology, in Logic and Linguistics, in Technology and Medicine, in Epistemology and Ethics? What are the most significant features of his “rationalism”, whatever it is? For the first time an outstanding group of Leibniz researchers, some acknowledged as leading scholars, others in the beginning of a promising career, who specialize in the most significant areas of Leibniz’s contributions to human thought and action, were requested to spell out the nature of his rationalism in each of these areas, with a view to provide a comprehensive picture of what it amounts to, both in its general drive and in its specific features and eventual inner tensions. The chapters of the book are the result of intense discussion in the course of an international conference focused on the title question of this book, and were selected in view of their contribution to this topic. They are clustered in thematically organized parts. No effort has been made to hide the controversies underlying the different interpretations of Leibniz’s “rationalism” – in each particular domain and as a whole. On the contrary, the editor firmly believes that only through a variety of conflicting interpretive perspectives can the multi-faceted nature of an oeuvre of such a magnitude and variety as Leibniz’s be brought to light and understood as it deserves.

Power of a Third Kind

If this were not enough, the global citizen can quickly become savvy to uses of
power of a third kind. When the Serbs took to the streets to demand Slobodan
Milosevic's acceptance of election results, the signs they carried were all written
in ...

Author: Hisham M. Nazer

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780275964894

Category: Political Science

Page: 167

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Argues that the West has used its control of the media to impose its cultural and political values throughout the rest of the world

What Kind of Europe

1 What Kind of Europe? Europe is changing fast, and if anything the pace of
change is accelerating. Many things that would have been unthinkable ten or
fifteen years ago are indeed happening, and the everyday lives of citizens are
being ...

Author: Loukas Tsoukalis

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191532908

Category: Political Science

Page: 250

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As the European Union gets ready to take it's new members, What Kind of Europe? pinpoints the crucial issues which will shape its future as a regional, economic, and political entity.Loukas Tsoukalis is one of the world's leading scholars on European integration; in this book he writes for any reader interested in the key democratic choices facing facing Europe's citizens. European integration is not a politically neutral process. There are key democratic choices to be made about trade-offs between efficiency, equity, and stability; productivity and a cleaner environment; integration and diversity; rule by experts and elected representatives in the management of the single market and the Euro; the degree and kind of solidarity across boundaries; the geographical limits of Europe's fledgling common identity; the export of peace and stability to the near abroad and beyond; and the defence of common values and interests in a world where the ascendancy of markets and the highly unequal distribution of political power increasingly challenge those features that still make Europe distinct from other regions of the world. There is certain to be disagreement on these issues, by the very nature of democracy. But Europeans need to become more aware of the issues and the choices they imply. Europeans have long pretended that inter-country divisions are the only ones that really count, and that the choice is essentially between more or less Europe. But the agenda must now be to build a politically mature Europe. What kind of Europe becomes the key question.

No Color Is My Kind

... or uncertain , Shannon responded with just the right blend of professional
candor and personal support . Without her , I doubt that Eldrewey Stearns ' s life
story would ever have found a publisher . No Color Is My Kind Introduction This is
the ...

Author: Thomas R. Cole

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 9780292711983

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 239

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No Color Is My Kind is an uncommon chronicle of identity, fate, and compassion as two men—one Jewish and one African American—set out to rediscover a life lost to manic depression and alcoholism. In 1984, Thomas Cole discovered Eldrewey Stearns in a Galveston psychiatric hospital. Stearns, a fifty-two-year-old black man, complained that although he felt very important, no one understood him. Over the course of the next decade, Cole and Stearns, in a tumultuous and often painful collaboration, recovered Stearns' life before his slide into madness—as a young boy in Galveston and San Augustine and as a civil rights leader and lawyer who sparked Houston's desegregation movement between 1959 and 1963. While other southern cities rocked with violence, Houston integrated its public accommodations peacefully. In these pages appear figures such as Thurgood Marshall, Martin Luther King, Jr., Leon Jaworski, and Dan Rather, all of whom—along with Stearns—maneuvered and conspired to integrate the city quickly and calmly. Weaving the tragic story of a charismatic and deeply troubled leader into the record of a major historic event, Cole also explores his emotionally charged collaboration with Stearns. Their poignant relationship sheds powerful and healing light on contemporary race relations in America, and especially on issues of power, authority, and mental illness.

Donne and the Resources of Kind

Donne and the Resources of Kind A . D . COUSINS SOME BOOKS HAVE
FOCUSED ON PARTICULAR TEXTS BY DONNE , OR On groups of texts by him ,
in relation to specific genres ; others have discussed Donne ' s writings as a
whole ...

Author: Associate Professor Damian Grace

Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press

ISBN: 9780838639016

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 150

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Thus they suggest how his drawing on the resources of kind illuminates at once his own writings and their interactions with those of his literary predecessors and contemporaries. They suggest as well what his dealings with genre imply about his dealings with social and political authority in his world - for example, about his dealings with the courtly world and its ideologies, with specific patrons, with religious doctrine and controversy."--BOOK JACKET.

The Kind Diet

Even if the only time you leave the couch is to walk back and forth from the
refrigerator, after 4 weeks on the Kind Diet, you will see significant changes in the
way you look and feel. But let's face it, an entirely sedentary lifestyle isn't going to
get ...

Author: Alicia Silverstone

Publisher: Rodale

ISBN: 1609611357

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 320

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Addresses the nutritional concerns faced by many who are new to plant-based, vegetarian diets and shows how to cover every nutritional base, from protein to calcium and beyond. Features irresistibly delicious food that satisfies on every level --including amazing desserts to keep the most stubborn sweet tooth happy.

Kin of Another Kind

... racial “bloodlines”—resonated with authors and readers as strongly then as
now. Kin of Another Kind examines American literary representations of
transracial adoption to expand the collective understanding of where and how
the practice ...

Author: Cynthia Callahan

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 0472117580

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 191

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"The study of transracial adoption has long been dominated by historians, legal scholars, and social scientists, but with the growth of the lively field of humanistic adoption studies comes a growing understanding of the importance of cultural representations to the social meanings and even the practices of adoption itself . . . This book makes a valuable contribution in showing how important the theme of adoption has been throughout the 20th century in representations of race relations, and in showing that the adoption theme has served to challenge racial norms as well as uphold them." ---Margaret Homans, Yale University Kin of Another Kind examines American literary representations of adoption across racial lines at key moments in the 20th century to help understand adoption's literary and social significance. In juxtaposing representations of African American, American Indian, and Korean and Chinese transracial and transnational adoptions, the book traces the metaphorical significance of adoption when it appears in fiction; at the same time, aligning these groups calls attention to their unique and divergent cultural histories with adoption, which serve as important contexts for the fiction discussed. Cynthia Callahan explores the fiction of canonical authors such as William Faulkner, Toni Morrison, Charles Chesnutt, Kate Chopin, Barbara Kingsolver, Gish Jen, and Anne Tyler and productively places it alongside lesser-known works by Robert E. Boles, Dallas Chief Eagle (Lakota), and Sui Sin Far, all works that, when reconsidered, can advance our understanding not only of adoption in literature but of 20th-century American literature in general. Cynthia Callahan is Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Ohio State University, Mansfield.

One Kind of Everything

Kind. of. Everything”. Canting, Recanting This is a book about the relationship
between fact and figure in American poetry. Poetic figuration (and the imaginative
activity it emblematizes) has come to seem, to many who have considered the ...

Author: Dan Chiasson

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 0226103846

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 208

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One Kind of Everything elucidates the uses of autobiography and constructions of personhood in American poetry since World War II, with helpful reference to American literature in general since Emerson. Taking on one of the most crucial issues in American poetry of the last fifty years, celebrated poet Dan Chiasson explores what is lost or gained when real-life experiences are made part of the subject matter and source material for poetry. In five extended, scholarly essays—on Robert Lowell, Elizabeth Bishop, Frank Bidart, Frank O’Hara, and Louise Glück—Chiasson looks specifically to bridge the chasm between formal and experimental poetry in the United States. Regardless of form, Chiasson argues that recent American poetry is most thoughtful when it engages most forcefully with autobiographical material, either in an effort to embrace it or denounce it.

One of a Kind Production

Yiliu Tu, Paul Dean. Yiliu Tu• Paul Dean One-of-a-Kind Production 123 Prof. Yiliu
Tu Dr. Paul Dean Department of Mechanical and One-of-a-Kind Production.

Author: Yiliu Tu

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781849965316

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 302

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Despite the numerous competitive advantages of one-of-a-kind production (OKP), the low efficiency and high costs associated with OKP companies threaten to push their business opportunities into the hands of cheaper overseas suppliers. One-of-a-Kind Production introduces a novel strategy and technology to help OKP companies to efficiently mass-produce customized products. In One-of-a-Kind Production, case studies from OKP companies are used to validate the feasibility and effectiveness of the OKP strategy and technology. These case studies include: a structural steel construction company, a manufacturer of specifically ordered compressors and refrigeration systems, a customized high pressure vessel manufacturing company, and a custom window and door manufacturer. To help readers understand OKP strategy and technology, the authors offer a year’s free access to the OKP Management and Control Software System. This system is based on a new integrated production control and management concept, namely product production structure. It is a useful tool – and One-of-a-Kind Production is a valuable guide – for production engineers and managerial staff in manufacturing companies, as well as for university researchers and graduate students.

Capital as a Social Kind

In the pages that follow I study capital as a social kind; I argue Marx's object in
Capital was to study capital as a social kind. Thinking in terms of kinds refers to
the way we sort the things of the world into categories – water, for example, is a ...

Author: Howard Engelskirchen

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 1136810471

Category: Business & Economics

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Capital as a Social Kind provides an introduction to social kinds in social theory. Thinking about kinds, the way we sort the things of the world into categories -- water, for example, is a natural kind – has made an important contribution to our understanding of science in the last half century, but these advances have been largely applicable to the natural, rather than the social sciences. Drawing on the rich examples offered by Marx’s analysis of capital and exploring a methodology that will be of interest to both Marxist and non-Marxist social theorists alike, Capital as a Social Kind extends this approach to the study of social life. The book argues that, provoked by his study of Aristotle, Marx’s attentions foreshadowed contemporary themes in the realist philosophy of science. Importantly, social kind analysis is relevant not only to understanding his critique of political economy but illuminates also a materialist study of law, justice, morality and the transition to socialism. Social kind analysis also opens a path for the development of today’s moral realism by suggesting the need for a systematic study of the causal structures of social life. In this respect the importance of normative themes in Marxism is defended against claims that the Marxist tradition lacks the resources to call capitalism unjust or to defend morality and human rights. The origin of capital, Marx suggests, can be found in the rupture of an original unity between the laborer and the means of labor, and the book explores the way a structure of separations best characterizes capital as a social kind. This uncovers a little developed emphasis in Marx’s work – his focus on the phenomena of separation that define our lives and also on forms of association required to transcend them. Given that capitalism has made the instruments of labor instruments of social labor, forms of association that would recover worker control over them must be democratic. The transition to socialism, the book concludes, is just winning the battle of democracy. This book will be of interest to students and researchers of economics, philosophy and indeed any social science subject.