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Forbidden Fruit Tastes the Sweetest—A Study of Norwegians’ Consumption Pattern of Chocolate, Sweets, Salty Snacks, Soft Drinks and the Like  [PDF]
Annechen Bahr Bugge, Randi Lavik
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2012.312212
Abstract: The theme of this study is eating and drinking patterns for products of which the health authorities want the Norwegian people to reduce their consumption. Although consumption development has shown positive trends over the past few years, Norwegians still have a much higher intake of such products than what is advisable. The study showed that only a small proportion had not eaten chocolate, sweets, sweet pastries, salty snacks etc. in the last seven days. Young people, men, people with low education and people living in households with children had the highest eating and drinking frequency of these kinds of products. Gender and age had the strongest impact on eating and drinking frequency. However, women had a higher eating rate of chocolate and sweets, and men had a higher eating and drinking frequency of salty snacks and sugary soda. People with low education had a considerably higher frequency of drinking sugary soda than people with high education. Among those who ate these products weekly, there were many who expressed that they would prefer to avoid such products, but that they were often tempted. Among those who ate these products a few times a month or less, few said that they did not like chocolate, sweets, etc. The main reason for having a relatively low eating and drinking frequency was that they perceived such products as unhealthy and fattening. Although there were only a few in the group of respondents who were concerned with healthy eating that had not eaten any of the listed products in the past seven days, this group had a significantly lower frequency of eating chocolate, sweets, etc. than the group that was not concerned with this. It was also clear that people who were health conscious to a greater extent limited eating of such products to the weekends and special occasions than those who were not. In order to succeed in reducing eating and drinking frequency of these products, it will be necessary to draw attention to product availability and social acceptance.
John Locke y Pierre Bayle: sobre la libertad de conciencia
Bahr,Fernando;
T?3picos , 2004,
Abstract: this paper intends a comparative analysis of freedom of thought and toleration,as these concepts appear by the end of the 17th century in locke's epistola de tolerantia and bayle's commentaire philosophique. nowadays we think that an open society implies freedom of thought as one of its pillars, and so an unlimited toleration, except in case others were injured. for locke, things were different: freedom of thought was, for him, obedience to natural (or divine) law, the basis of human society, and this purported that those who did not recognize the law (catholics, mahometans, atheists) were excluded. bayle, on the other hand, showed that the only truth subsistent in issues concerning religious matters was a relative, "putative truth", something that catholics, mahometans and atheists pretended to possess. there was no reason, therefore, to exclude those groups from human society. in his book, bayle is sometimes against himself. on the contrary, locke's theory is clear and well founded. but, and this is our conclusion, not always attentive to practical life contingencies.
Bayle et l'éthique épicurienne
Bahr, Fernando;
Kriterion: Revista de Filosofia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-512X2009000200009
Abstract: l'éthique épicurienne a exercé sur bayle une attraction dont on ne tient pas toujours suffisamment compte. nous nous proposons de recueillir les diverses observations faites par bayle concernant cette théorie afin de montrer qu'il y trouvait a) une explication convaincante des motifs de la conduite humaine, b) la plus exacte conception philosophique du bonheur, c) la meilleure méthode pour éduquer moralement les êtres humains et d) un argument décisif contre les philosophies qui, en ignorant la force du plaisir, proposaient un idéal de vertu condamné à l'échec.
Los escépticos modernos y la génesis del cogito cartesiano
Bahr,Fernando;
Revista latinoamericana de filosof?-a , 2010,
Abstract: in his reply to father bourdin's objections to the metaphysical meditations, descartes made clear that the skeptics he wanted to refute were part of a growing and atheistical sect, id est, a philosophical and political danger. it is quite sure that "erudite libertinism" was the "sect" pointed out in this allusion, a movement who had in la mothe le vayer its best skeptical member. in order to confirm that cartesian metaphysics belongs to that debate where it was supposed that the very foundations of social life were defied, some dialogues of le vayer are presented in this paper. our purpose is to compare le vayer's skepticism with the scepticism that descartes offers in his meditations ten years later.
John Locke y Pierre Bayle: sobre la libertad de conciencia
Fernando Bahr
T?3picos , 2004,
Abstract: Este trabajo se propone un análisis comparativo de la libertad de pensamiento y tolerancia, tal como estos conceptos aparecen hacia fines del siglo XVII en la Epistola de Tolerantia de Locke y en el Commentaire Philosophique de Bayle. Actualmente pensamos que una sociedad abierta implica libertad de pensamiento como uno de sus pilares, y así una tolerancia ilimitada, excepto en caso que otros resultaran da ados. Para Locke, las cosas eran diferentes: libertad de pensamiento era para él obediencia a la ley natural (o divina), base de la sociedad humana, y ello implicaba que aquellos quienes no reconocieran la ley (católicos, mahometanos, ateos) serían excluidos. Bayle, por el contrario, mostró que la única verdad subsistente en las cuestiones concernientes a temas religiosos era una verdad relativa, una "verdad putativa", algo que católicos, mahometanos y ateos pretendían poseer. No había, en consecuencia, razón para excluir a tales grupos de la sociedad humana. En este libro, Bayle estaba a veces contra sí mismo. Por el contrario, la teoría de Locke es clara y bien fundamentada. Pero -y ésta es nuestra conclusión-, no siempre atenta a las contingencias de la vida práctica. This paper intends a comparative analysis of freedom of thought and toleration,as these concepts appear by the end of the 17th century in Locke's Epistola de Tolerantia and Bayle's Commentaire Philosophique. Nowadays we think that an open society implies freedom of thought as one of its pillars, and so an unlimited toleration, except in case others were injured. For Locke, things were different: freedom of thought was, for him, obedience to natural (or divine) law, the basis of human society, and this purported that those who did not recognize the law (catholics, mahometans, atheists) were excluded. Bayle, on the other hand, showed that the only truth subsistent in issues concerning religious matters was a relative, "putative truth", something that catholics, mahometans and atheists pretended to possess. There was no reason, therefore, to exclude those groups from human society. In his book, Bayle is sometimes against himself. On the contrary, Locke's theory is clear and well founded. But, and this is our conclusion, not always attentive to practical life contingencies.
Filósofos, filosofía y filosofías en la Encyclopédie de Diderot y d'Alembert
Fernando Bahr
Revista Latinoamericana de Filosofía , 2010,
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Los escépticos modernos y la génesis del cogito cartesiano
Fernando Bahr
Revista Latinoamericana de Filosofía , 2010,
Abstract: En su respuesta a las objeciones que el jesuita Bourdin dirigiera a las Meditaciones metafísicas, Descartes dejó en claro que los escépticos a los que se proponía refutar formaban parte de una "secta" en crecimiento y atea, esto es, un peligro filosófico y político vigente. La alusión apuntaba seguramente al "libertinismo erudito", cuyo representante escéptico más destacado fue Fran ois de La Mothe Le Vayer. Para ratificar esta pertenencia de la metafísica cartesiana a un debate donde se entendía que las bases mismas de la convivencia social estaban en juego, en este artículo presentamos algunos de los diálogos escritos por Le Vayer y luego comparamos esa versión del escepticismo con la que Descartes ofrece en las Meditaciones algunos a os después. In his reply to father Bourdin's objections to the Metaphysical Meditations, Descartes made clear that the skeptics he wanted to refute were part of a growing and atheistical sect, id est, a philosophical and political danger. It is quite sure that "erudite libertinism" was the "sect" pointed out in this allusion, a movement who had in La Mothe Le Vayer its best skeptical member. In order to confirm that Cartesian metaphysics belongs to that debate where it was supposed that the very foundations of social life were defied, some dialogues of Le Vayer are presented in this paper. Our purpose is to compare Le Vayer's skepticism with the scepticism that Descartes offers in his Meditations ten years later.
Siris. Empirismo e idealismo platónico en el siglo XVII
Fernando Bahr
Revista Latinoamericana de Filosofía , 2012,
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A Proposal on the Study of Mythologies, Applied to the Characters of Sun, Fire, Wind, an Rain
Donald Bahr
Culturales , 2006,
Abstract: Este artículo retoma el análisis de las mitologías yavapai, maricopa, pima y huichol, quienes viven en, o por lo menos visitan, desiertos, e incorpora los elementos relacionados de sol y fuego. Este estudio preliminar del impacto del desierto en la mitología tribal postula tres aspectos teóricos importantes: primero, que las mitologías se interesan en los elementos de sol, fuego, aire y lluvia, hasta el punto de que le son asignados el carácter de personajes más que el de elementos impersonales. Segundo, que entre las denominadas "minirregiones", las mitologías difieren enormemente debido al fenómeno de parodia. Y tercero, que una mitología comprende todos los textos que un narrador tribal cuenta en el mismo orden en el que el narrador los organiza. De esta forma, este artículo establece una agenda para medir el impacto de los desiertos en los mitos e introduce las nociones de autoría y autoridad, dentro del estudio de las mitologías tribales.
Convergence in Infinitary Term Graph Rewriting Systems is Simple (Extended Abstract)
Patrick Bahr
Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science , 2013, DOI: 10.4204/eptcs.110.4
Abstract: In this extended abstract, we present a simple approach to convergence on term graphs that allows us to unify term graph rewriting and infinitary term rewriting. This approach is based on a partial order and a metric on term graphs. These structures arise as straightforward generalisations of the corresponding structures used in infinitary term rewriting. We compare our simple approach to a more complicated approach that we developed earlier and show that this new approach is superior in many ways. The only unfavourable property that we were able to identify, viz. failure of full correspondence between weak metric and partial order convergence, is rectified by adopting a strong convergence discipline.
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