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Why should our mind-reading abilities be involved in the explanation of phenomenal consciousness?
Pérez,Diana I.;
An??lisis filos?3fico , 2008,
Abstract: in this paper i consider recent discussions within the representationalist theories of phenomenal consciousness, in particular, the discussions between first order representationalism (for) and higher order representationalism (hor). i aim to show that either there is only a terminological dispute between them or, if the discussion is not simply terminological, then hor is based on a misunderstanding of the phenomena that a theory of phenomenal consciousness should explain. first, i argue that we can defend first order representationalism from carruthers' attacks and ignore higher order thoughts in our account of phenomenal consciousness. then i offer a diagnostic of carruthers' misunderstanding. in the last section i consider further reasons to include mindreading abilities in an explanation of phenomenal consciousness.
Maldonado Flores,Diana I;
Revista INVI , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-83582009000200004
Abstract: this article is the doctoral uresis summary titled "modelo para la clasificación arquitectónica a partir desuscomponents básicos" (unam,2007), (architectural classification model based on baste components), which shows the way architecture is traditionally classified, that is from: models related to other disciplines, historical periods, cultural aspeets, geographic location or specific historical periods, resulting in partial dassifications, related to the style's component, which exeludes great part oj the objects that constitute the architecture universe, especially the ones produced by empirical architeets (rural and urban vernacular architecture). in order to tackle this classification problem, a new model oj classification is proposed based on the jundamental components oj architectonic objects: style,jorm, ornament, structure, junction and space. the classification model was applied to objects from the academic ana vernacular architecture. it was concluded that in both cases, function variable is the predominant one; even in its synthesis, a direct relationship can be established among its basic components. the analyzed objects were described asidefrom the usual adjectives such as cubist, high tech, modera or post-modern with component related characteristics; so they were also portrayed as: stylist, jormalist, ornamental, stnicturalist, functionalist or spatial. housing is mainly produced within the vernacular architecture. the architectural solutions that emerged from it, allowed the academic scholar and the "other" approach helping each other enrich the commonly proposed solutions. . for this study two houses were chosen and the results demónstrate that the classification may be the starting point for those objects inclusión, usually not considered by most architecture specialist.
Is Thought without Language Possible?
Diana I. Pérez
Principia : an International Journal of Epistemology , 2005,
Abstract: In this paper,1 I discuss Davidson’s ideas about the relationship between mind and language. First, I consider his arguments for the claim that there cannot be thought without language, and I examine the assump-tions the arguments presuppose. In the second place, I consider the idea of “thought” Davidson adopts, and its essentially normative and holistic character. Third, I try to show the adequacy of this conception of thought in order to deal with epistemological problems, and the inade-quacy of this notion in solving the problem of the “emergence” of thought. Finally, I sketch an alternative account of such an “emer-gence,” looking for continuities between pre-linguistic and linguistic thoughts.
Diana I. Maldonado Flores
Revista INVI , 2009,
Abstract: El presente artículo constituye una síntesis de mi tesis doctoral titulada "Modelo para la clasificación arquitectónica a partir de sus componentes básicos" (UNAM, 2007), donde se reflexiona la manera con que tradicionalmente se clasifi ca la arquitectura, es decir, a partir de: modelos pertenecientes a otras disciplinas, períodos históricos, aspectos culturales, localización geográfi ca o épocas determinadas, resultando clasifi caciones parciales relacionadas con el componente estilo, que excluyen gran parte de los objetos que conforman el universo de la arquitectura, sobre todo los producidos por arquitectos empíricos (arquitectura vernácula, rural y urbana). Para solucionar lo anterior, se propone un modelo de clasifi cación fundamentado en los componentes básicos característicos de los objetos arquitectónicos: el estilo, la forma, el ornato, la estructura, la función y el espacio. El modelo de clasificación se aplicó a objetos pertenecientes tanto a la arquitectura académica como a la vernácula y se concluyó que, en ambas, el componente función es predominante y que aún en la síntesis se puede establecer una correspondencia directa con los componentes básicos. De los objetos analizados se citaron, además de los adjetivos usuales: cubista, high tech, moderno o posmoderno, características relacionadas con los componentes. Un objeto puede ser estilista, formalista, ornatista, estructuralista, funcionalista o espacialista. Dentro de la arquitectura vernácula, lo que más se produce son viviendas, el análisis de las soluciones arquitectónicas ahí propuestas permitirán un acercamiento del académico con el "otro", ayudando al enriquecimiento de las soluciones que comúnmente se plantean. Para este trabajo se seleccionaron dos casas habitación, cuyos resultados evidencian que la clasifi cación puede ser el punto de partida para la inclusión de aquellos objetos no considerados por la mayoría de los profesionales de la arquitectura.
Voces y silencios de la crítica y la historiografía literaria centroamericana
Diana I. Moro
Anclajes , 2012,
D. St?nescu,I.Duma,Diana Niculcea,Diana Simion
Annals of West University of Timi?oara : Series of Biology , 2003,
Abstract: The purpose of our research is to find out the sense of sounds, their value of communication between the same and different species that gather in flocks in wintertime. In this stage of our study started three years ago we achieved to explain what sounds are important for the interspecific communication between the members of hyemal flocks. It looks like in the presence of the danger Regulus regulus, Parus palustris and Parus caeruleus are the mediators of transmitting the information to the all other species from the flock.
Integrated care in an international perspective
Diana Delnoij,Niek Klazinga,I. Kulu Glasgow
International Journal of Integrated Care , 2002,
Increasing the Accuracy of Colour Reproduction System Evaluation by Proper Sampling
Davor Donevski,Diana Mil?i,Dubravko Bani?
Acta Graphica : Journal for Printing Science and Graphic Communications , 2010,
Abstract: Test charts are a tool commonly used for the evaluation of colour reproduction system accuracy. They may vary in size and choice of values tested. Within statistical quality control, the importance of random sampling is very often stipulated. However, in the context of the evaluation of colour reproduction system accuracy, samples are very small with respect to the number of possible device inputs. It is therefore very common that practically usable test charts of sizes of a few hundred patches underestimate the maximum error. Including a larger number of critical values such as those at the gamut boundary increases the probability of estimating the maximum error more accurately. However, the sample is no more random and the inclusion of a larger number of critical values inevitably increases the central tendency measures. The aim of this research is to improve the maximum error estimate, while retaining the central tendency estimates within the range of statistically insignificant differences. This is achieved by adding critical values to the chart of sufficient number of patches.
Evaluation of risk management status for Croatian logistic operators
Diana BO?I,Kristijan ROGI?,Ratko STANKOVI?
Transport Problems : an International Scientific Journal , 2010,
Abstract: Understanding organisational risks makes possible to control them and to change them into organisational strengths. Being known as “measure of uncertainty” in the business process, the risk is the uncertainty of achieving the organizational objectives. It may involve positive or negative consequences. There is a level of uncertainty in every supply chain while operating transportation and warehousing, positioning on the market, developing customer support, reducing cycle times or cutting costs. Therefore, the risk assessment should be one of the main tasks for any supply chain management team. It is required to develop formal risk assessment procedures, to identify the potential impacts to the supply chain operations and to develop a set of contingency plans to mitigate risks. This paper deals with supply chain risk assessment methodology, outlining the present risk management status of Croatian logistic operators.
Drinking water quality assessment of rural wells from Aiud Area
Diana I. C?lin,Cristina Ro?u
Advances in Environmental Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: The present paper presents the assessment of physico-chemical quality of drinking watercoming from rural wells of Aiud area (villages: M gina, Livezile, Poiana Aiudului, V li oara). Water qualitywas evaluated through a research project conducted over a period of eight months (October 2009 - May2010). It consisted of a monthly monitoring of water physico-chemical characteristics of 27 drinking wellsfrom the villages mentioned above. There were monitored monthly in the laboratory the followingparameters: pH, temperature, oxidation-reduction potential, electric conductivity, total dissolved solids,salinity, using WTW Multi-parameter inolab 720. In April and May, at the parameters mentioned abovewere added chemical measurements for the following indicators: Ca2+, Na+, Mg2+, Cl-, SO4 2->, NO3 -, PO4 3-,HCO3 -, which analysis were performed with Dionex Ion Chromatograph System 2100. The results of thechemical analysis were processed using the following methods: linear regression, Pearson correlationcoefficient (r) and water quality index (WQI). This monitoring project was initiated from the premise of aproblematic quality of well waters, based on the well known contamination vulnerability of the drinkingwater in Romania, but the results of this study proved the opposite: the water from the monitored wellshad a proper quality for drinking
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