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Vol. 1 No. 1 2010
Studies in Literature and Language , 2010,
Abstract: Women as “Dasein”: A Philosophical Approach to Maria Irene Fornes' Fefu and Her Friends CHEN Mao-qing ( 1 ) How to Practice Servant Leadership REN Xiao-chuan ( 7 ) Humanising the Dehumanised Collective Pedagogy in Nwamuo’s The Prisoners Ameh Dennis Akoh; Charles Ukim Adora ( 11 ) Transformation of the Self in Desire under the Elms XIE Qun ( 19 )
"IRENE" SUGERIU "LIB NIA DAS SINAS" OU "LIB NIA DAS SINAS" SUGERIU "IRENE"? "IRENE" Suggest "SINAS Lebanon with" OR "Lebanon from SINAS" Suggest "IRENE"?  [cached]
ático Vilas-Boas da Mota
Signótica , 1987, DOI: 10.5216/sig.v1i1.7176
Abstract: "IRENE" SUGERIU "LIB NIA DAS SINAS" OU "LIB NIA DAS SINAS" SUGERIU "IRENE"? "IRENE" Suggest "SINAS Lebanon with" OR "Lebanon from SINAS" Suggest "IRENE"?
Heidegger on the Notion of Dasein as Habited Body
Akoijam Thoibisana
Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology , 2008,
Abstract: Heidegger is often attacked for his failure to offer a thematic account of the body in his Being and Time (Aho, 2005). The general misunderstanding of Heidegger’s negation of body arises from the different meanings associated with the term ‘body’. Body can be understood from two perspectives: body in terms of corpse and body in terms of lived-body. Doctors study body as corpse or object because that is required in their training and education. Heidegger’s Being in his Being and Time ruled out all dichotomy of the body. The aim of this paper is to understand the Heideggerian perspective on Dasein as not a negation of bodilyness but a phenomenological understanding of Dasein body, and as such to highlight the dimension of lived-body in Heidegger’s Being and Time. The paper will re-examine how Heidegger’s philosophy of Dasein contributed to the phenomenology of lived-body in terms of his analysis of habitual body. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology, September 2008, Volume 8, Edition 2
Entrevista com Irene Machado  [PDF]
Machado, Irene,Espindola, Polianne Merie Ent.
Sess?es do Imaginário , 2011,
Abstract: Irene Machado, Livre Docente em Ciências da Comunica o pela Escola de Comunica es e Artes da Universidade de S o Paulo - ECA, Bacharel em Letras, pela Faculdade de Filosofia Letras e Ciências Humanas da USP, Doutora em Letras pelo Departamento de Teoria Literária e Literatura Comparada da USP e Mestre em Comunica o e Semiótica pela Pontifícia Universidade Católica de S o Paulo. Como professora de semiótica da cultura, tem direcionado sua pesquisa para analisar os códigos culturais e das mídias e seu interesse pela obra de McLuhan se deve ao estudo das mensagens como fen meno de troca, na compreens o destes mecanismos. A pesquisadora participou do Seminário Internacional da Comunica o na PUCRS, em 2011, com a palestra ‘Para compreender a cultura do entretenimento em suas dimens es perceptuais e cognitivas’, onde abordou a forma que os processos da linguagem podem ser entendidos, assim como em McLuhan, como intera es entre emiss o de informa o, recep o de informa o, canais de transmiss o e os códigos que permeiam esta mensagem, sejam eles de ordem individual, cultural, mercadológica, política ou mecanica. A revista Sess es do Imaginário conversou com a teórica que falou um pouco mais sobre os entrecruzamentos de sua pesquisa e a teoria mcluhiana.
Artificial Dasein: Solving the Frame Problem with Incremental Contextualization
Kole Harvey
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104535
In this paper, we give an account of a rationally behaving agent—an artificial Dasein—which can perceive the world in terms of relevance to its own goals. The way we achieve this is through a process of incremental contextualization of goals and constraints that range from the purely conceptual and abstract to the well-defined and physical. The model described in this paper combines a conceptual hierarchy with a schema structure, and leads to an account of practical reasoning which relies on two novel ideas: the recursive selection of increasingly contextualized subgoals, and the tractable determination of behavioral consequences through simulation. The present account seeks to provide an outline for developing an agent which does not suffer from the frame problem due to the way in which it incrementally contextualizes its goals until they can be achieved unreflectively by matching them to pre-learned schemas. We believe that this account can lead to a form of artificial intelligence more powerful than traditional attempts based on formal logic.
F??bio Albuquerque
Problemata : International Journal of Philosophy , 2011, DOI: 10.7443/problemata.v2i2.11055
Abstract: This article consists of an approach about the existent relationship among two important themes in the heideggerian philosophy: the technique and the existential analytic of Dasein. The theme of the technique is focused in the concept of production, presented as the connection point among the two moments of the history of the technique: the te/xnh thematized for the Greeks and the modern technique. The theme of the existential analytic of Dasein, for your time, it is addressed for the temporality while ontological base of your existentiality. The two themes are approached starting from the subject concerning the implications that the structure of the process of production of the modern technique cause on the temporality of Dasein, influencing in the forms of manifestation of your ecstatical horizons. Este artigo consiste em uma abordagem sobre a rela o existente entre dois temas relevantes na filosofia heideggeriana: a técnica e a analítica existencial do Dasein. O tema da técnica é focado no conceito de produ o, apresentado como o ponto de liga o entre os dois momentos historiais da técnica: a τ -χνη tematizada pelos gregos e a técnica moderna. O tema da analítica existencial do Dasein, por sua vez, está direcionado para a temporalidade enquanto fundamento ontológico de sua existencialidade. Os dois temas s o abordados a partir da quest o das implica es que a estrutura do processo de produ o da técnica moderna causa sobre a temporalidade do Dasein, influenciando nas formas de manifesta o de seus horizontes ekstáticos.
Dasein that It Has Its Identity in Death: 'Moribundus Sum' versus 'Cogito Sum'
Emin ?elebi
Beytulhikme : An International Journal of Philosophy , 2012,
Abstract: Heidegger’s most important and distinguished feature from the other philosophers, to us, is his linguistic analysis when he explain his ideas and his putting forward conceptual innovations. The word Dasein that Heidegger used it as a synonym for "human entity" and settled it in the basis of his ontology is one of those terms, possibly the most important one. Dasein is ground, meaning and end of Being. Besides, it is an incomplete Being. It only can reach its totality and completeness with death. Thus, Heidegger sometimes called it as sum moribundus (I am in dying). In this study, we try to examine the nature of its possibility to get its identity as a being-toward death. And in this context, we try to take up its relation with Cartesian subject (cogito sum).
Beyond Subjectivity: Kierkegaard’s Self and Heidegger’s Dasein  [PDF]
Tsutomu B. Yagi
Perspectives : International Postgraduate Journal of Philosophy , 2009,
Abstract: In the following paper, I analyse and contrast the thoughts of Kierkegaard and Heidegger concerning the problem of existence. I undertake the analysis by first examining how these two thinkers distinguish themselves from the metaphysical tradition. As finite and temporal entities, Kierkegaard’s self and Heidegger’s Dasein mark a radicalisation over the notion of subjectivity in the metaphysical tradition. This gives philosophy a new way to acknowledge the limits of our finite existence instead of merely engaging in a purely conceptual and theoretical analysis. However, I conclude that Kierkegaard is still partly confined to the metaphysical conception when he fails to distinguish the existentiell aspect of the self from the existential aspect. I contend that Heidegger’s Dasein is a further radicalisation over Kierkegaard’s self in that the former is uniquely characterised by the openness of its way of Being.
Pet Ownership and Evacuation Prior to Hurricane Irene  [PDF]
Melissa G. Hunt,Kelsey Bogue,Nick Rohrbaugh
Animals , 2012, DOI: 10.3390/ani2040529
Abstract: Pet ownership has historically been one of the biggest risk factors for evacuation failure prior to natural disasters. The forced abandonment of pets during Hurricane Katrina in 2005 made national headlines and led to the passage of the Pet Evacuation and Transportation Standards Act (PETS, 2006) which mandated local authorities to plan for companion animal evacuation. Hurricane Irene hit the East Coast of the United States in 2011, providing an excellent opportunity to examine the impact of the PETS legislation on frequency and ease of evacuation among pet owners and non-pet owners. Ninety pet owners and 27 non-pet owners who lived in mandatory evacuation zones completed questionnaires assessing their experiences during the hurricane and symptoms of depression, PTSD, dissociative experiences, and acute stress. Pet ownership was not found to be a statistical risk factor for evacuation failure. However, many pet owners who failed to evacuate continue to cite pet related?reasons.
Dynamics of the chemical composition of rainwater throughout Hurricane Irene
K. M. Mullaugh, J. D. Willey, R. J. Kieber, R. N. Mead,G. B. Avery Jr.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (ACP) & Discussions (ACPD) , 2013,
Abstract: Sequential sampling of rainwater from Hurricane Irene was carried out in Wilmington, NC, USA on 26 and 27 August 2011. Eleven samples were analyzed for pH, major ions (Cl , NO3 , SO42 , Na+, K+, Mg2+, Ca2+, NH4+), dissolved organic carbon (DOC) and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). Hurricane Irene contributed 16% of the total rainwater and 18% of the total chloride wet deposition received in Wilmington NC during all of 2011. This work highlights the main physical factors influencing the chemical composition of tropical storm rainwater: wind speed, wind direction, back trajectory and vertical mixing, time of day and total rain volume. Samples collected early in the storm, when winds blew out of the east, contained dissolved components indicative of marine sources (salts from sea spray and low DOC). The sea-salt components in the samples had two maxima in concentration during the storm the first of which occurred before the volume of rain had sufficiently washed out sea salt from the atmosphere and the second when back trajectories showed large volumes of marine surface air were lifted. As the storm progressed and winds shifted to a westerly direction, the chemical composition of the rainwater became characteristic of terrestrial storms (high DOC and NH4+ and low sea salt). This work demonstrates that tropical storms are not only responsible for significant wet deposition of marine components to land, but terrestrial components can also become entrained in rainwater, which can then be delivered to coastal waters via wet deposition. This study also underscores why analysis of one composite sample can lead to an incomplete interpretation of the factors that influence the chemically divergent analytes in rainwater during extreme weather events.
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