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LA REPúBLICA IMPOSIBLE
PAGE,OLOF;
Ideas y Valores , 2010,
Abstract: the philip pettit's political philosophy is one of the most important contemporary efforts to elaborate a complete republican theory about the good government. at the base of this republicanism there are two assumptions to which republican tradition, in general, has adhered in different ways: first, human beings are capable of generating civility or civic virtue, and second, that human beings are intrinsically corruptible, meaning that, under certain conditions, they will exercise power arbitrarily. the article attempts to show that these statements are incompatible, and that, therefore, at the level of the fundamental assumptions, this republican theory of government must be rethought.
LOCKE, LAS BESTIAS SALVAJES Y EL DERECHO A DESTRUIRLAS
Page,Olof;
Revista de filosofía , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-43602011000100015
Abstract: i believe that john locke's defense of the right to punish is in tension with his defense of human equality. the main purpose of this article is to show that this tension could be resolved if locke's justification of the right to punish is based on the concept of trust. this concept is clarley employed by locke to justify the right of resistance. i think that it is possible to use it also to justify the existence of the right to punish. but, even if this justification were succesful, some problems remain.
Webbaserad anv ndarundervisning: Ett forum f r f rhandlingar om bibliotekariers professionella expertis [Web Based User Education]
Olof Sundin
Human IT: Tidskrift f?r Studier av IT ur ett Humanvetenskapligt Perspektiv , 2005,
Abstract: This article investigates web-based user education, considering it as a forum where the shaping of librarians’ professional expertise is negotiated. By conveying a profession’s knowledge on the Web, it is possible to define and emphasise those “problems” that the profession is striving to solve. The aim of the article is to present various approaches to the expertise of university librarians as conveyed by the librarians’ pedagogical working methods. The empirical basis for the study is an analysis of 31 web-based guides to information seeking, available at Nordic higher education and research libraries.The content of the web-based user education is presented and discussed in terms of twelve recurrent themes. Then, four approaches to user education are characterised: a source-oriented approach, a behaviour-oriented approach, a process-oriented approach and a communication-oriented approach. The approaches convey different definitions of important concepts such as information, information seeking, and user, and a point of departure for this article is that these approaches have practical consequences for the user education.
Anv ndarundervisning inf r informationss kning i yrkeslivet: En kunskaps versikt [User Education for Information Seeking in Working Life]
Olof Sundin
Human IT: Tidskrift f?r Studier av IT ur ett Humanvetenskapligt Perspektiv , 2004,
Abstract: The present article is an analytical review of studies about user education (in both traditional and web-based form)aimed primarily at college and university students, and of studies about professionals' information seeking. A theoretical framework discussing the concepts of information, profession and professional identity form a critical background against which the mainly empirically oriented studies are presented. Librarians and nurses, two occupational groups with important similarities and differences, are used as examples of user groups in the study. A point of departure for this article is that user education and information seeking should be understood as socio-cultural practices. Thus, the symbolic value of professional information and its potential to create, sustain and alter power relations, identities and interests is underlined. The analysis of previous studies concludes in a number of research questions that are addressed in a presently ongoing research project about ICT-based information seeking in the transition from educational to occupational practice. The project aims to uncover how norms, values and expectations about information seeking and information literacy are formed within occupational groups, are mediated through user education and are appropriated or mastered by students for use in their working life.
The Impossible Republic
Olof Page
Ideas y Valores , 2010,
Abstract: The Philip Pettit’s political philosophy is one of the most important contemporary efforts to elaborate a complete republican theory about the good government. At the base of this republicanism there are two assumptions to which republican tradition, in general, has adhered in different ways: first, human beings are capable of generating civility or civic virtue, and second, that human beings are intrinsically corruptible, meaning that, under certain conditions, they will exercise power arbitrarily. The article attempts to show that these statements are incompatible, and that, therefore, at the level of the fundamental assumptions, this republican theory of government must be rethought.
137Cs in reindeer forage plants 1986—1988
Olof Eriksson
Rangifer , 1990,
Abstract: The entire Swedish reindeer area was to some extent contaminated by radionuclides after the accident at Chernobyl, USSR, in 1986.
Igualdad y mérito un conflicto de valores?
Page, Olof
Isegoría , 2012,
Abstract: Since at least three decades, the concept of equality —in particular, distributive equality— has been at the centre of the contemporary discussion on distributive justice. The idea that underserved inequalities should be eliminated and that deserved inequalities should be preserved is one of the most relevant ways in which the ideal of equality has been recently defended. The main scope of this article is to argue against the intrinsic value of equality thus understood by pointing to an important confusion: the one between the value of equality and the value of people having what they deserve. Desde hace al menos tres décadas el concepto de igualdad —en particular, el concepto de igualdad distributiva— ha estado en el centro de la discusión contemporánea sobre justicia distributiva. La idea que las desigualdades inmerecidas deberían ser eliminadas y que las desigualdades merecidas deberían ser preservadas es una de las maneras más relevantes a través de la cual el ideal de la igualdad ha sido recientemente defendido. El objetivo principal de este trabajo es argumentar contra el valor intrínseco de la igualdad entendida de esta manera apuntando a una importante confusión: aquélla entre el valor de la igualdad y el valor de que las personas tengan lo que merecen.
Calibration Systems of the ATLAS Tile Calorimeter
Olof Lundberg
Physics , 2012,
Abstract: TileCal is the hadronic calorimeter covering the most central region of the ATLAS experiment at the LHC. This sampling calorimeter uses iron plates as absorber and plastic scintillating tiles as the active material. A multi-faceted calibration system allows to monitor and equalize the calorimeter response at each stage of the signal production, from scintillation light to digitization. This calibration system is based on signal generation from different sources: a Cs radioactive source, laser light, charge injection and minimum bias events produced in proton-proton collisions. A brief description of the different TileCal calibration systems is given and the latest results on their performance in terms of calibration factors, linearity and stability are presented.
A survey of the different types of vector space partitions
Olof Heden
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: A {\it vector space partition} is here a collection $\mathcal P$ of subspaces of a finite vector space $V(n,q)$, of dimension $n$ over a finite field with $q$ elements, with the property that every non zero vector is contained in a unique member of $\mathcal P$. Vector space partitions relates to finite projective planes, design theory and error correcting codes. In the first part of the talk I will discuss some relations between vector space partitions and other branches of mathematics. The other part of the talk contains a survey of known results on the type of a vector space partition, more precisely: the theorem of Beutelspacher and Heden on $\mathrm{T}$-partitions, rather recent results of El-Zanati et al. on the different types that appear in the spaces V(n,2), for $n\leq8$, a result of Heden and Lehmann on vector space partitions and maximal partial spreads including their new necessary condition for the existence of a vector space partition, and furthermore, I will give a theorem of Heden on the length of the tail of a vector space partition. Finally, I will also give a few historical remarks.
Towards automation of computing fabrics using tools from the fabric management workpackage of the EU DataGrid project
Olof Barring
Computer Science , 2003,
Abstract: The EU DataGrid project workpackage 4 has as an objective to provide the necessary tools for automating the management of medium size to very large computing fabrics. At the end of the second project year subsystems for centralized configuration management (presented at LISA'02) and performance/exception monitoring have been delivered. This will soon be augmented with a subsystem for node installation and service configuration, which is based on existing widely used standards where available (e.g. rpm, kickstart, init.d scripts) and clean interfaces to OS dependent components (e.g. base installation and service management). The three subsystems together allow for centralized management of very large computer farms. Finally, a fault tolerance system is being developed for tying together the above subsystems to form a complete framework for automated enterprise computing management by 3Q03. All software developed is open source covered by the EU DataGrid project license agreements. This article describes the architecture behind the designed fabric management system and the status of the different developments. It also covers the experience with an existing tool for automated configuration and installation that have been adapted and used from the beginning to manage the EU DataGrid testbed, which is now used for LHC data challenges.
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