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    • Death 

      Ismael, Jenann (RIHSS, 2006-06-08)
      We don't like to think about death. In fact, we do everything we can to avoid it. Is it something to be feared? Why? Who does death harm? What kind of a loss is involved in the loss of a human life? Does the finitude ...
    • Memory and Temporal Phenomenology 

      Ismael, Jenann (Centre for Time, Department of Philosophy, University of Sydney., 2006-07-22)
      In the general project of trying to reconcile the objective view of the world with the subjective view, analytic philosophy in recent years, has been almost solely focused on sensory phenomenology. But there is at least ...
    • Self-organizing collections and collective agents 

      Ismael, Jenann (2006-12-03)
      Advances in understanding self-organization over the past few decades have led to the temptation to extend it to a model of human cognition. The extension is supported by new insights in situated cognition and success in ...
    • Two bits of Nous from 1979 

      Ismael, Jenann; Price, Huw (Centre for Time, Department of Philosophy, University of Sydney, 2006-07-19)
      Tram drivers know where their vehicles are bound, and don't have to decide to take them there, rather than somewhere else; the tramlines take care of it. Bus drivers know where their vehicles are headed, too, but without ...