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Self-Knowledge in the Alcibiades I, the Apology of Socrates, and the Theaetetus : the limits of the First-Person and Third-Person perspectives.
Knowledge of oneself is not easy to attain. Plato was aware of this and in this paper we aim to show that he suspected then, like psychologists know now, that one’s introspective capacity to attain knowledge of oneself is ...
Too Big to Ignore: Global Partnership on Small-Scale Fisheries Research - the Latin America and Caribbean network
(Faculdad de la Republic(UDELAR). Faculdad de CienciasPunta del Este, 2013-10)
Too Big to Ignore (TBTI; www.toobigtoignore.net) is a research network and knowledge mobilization partnership established to elevate the profile of small-scale fisheries (SSF), to argue against their marginalization in ...
The modular structure of the floral phenotype in Mimulus luteus var. luteus (Phrymaceae)
(Sociedad de Biología de Chile, 2005)
Self esteem, affectivity perception, aims, and risk behaviors among teenagers of both sexes Autoestima, percepción de la afectividad, metas y conductas de riesgo, en escolares adolescentes de ambos sexos.
A self applied and anonymous enquiry was answered by 948 teenagers (600 female), participating in an integral health education plan and coming from a school located in a low income community of Metropolitan Santiago. Twenty ...
From L'Homme Machine to metabolic closure: Steps towards understanding life
The nature of life has been a topic of interest from the earliest of times, and efforts to explain it in mechanistic terms date at least from the 18th century. However, the impressive development of molecular biology since ...
Remanence, self-demagnetization and their ramifications for magnetic modelling of iron oxide copper-gold deposits: An example from Candelaria, Chile
(Elsevier Science, 2014-10)
Magnetic modelling can be a powerful tool for understanding the architecture of numerous types of mineralized systems; e.g., iron ore, IOCG and porphyry deposits. In such modelling, the induced component is generally assumed ...
La crítica de Rawls al utilitarismo a la luz de las nociones de autorrespeto y reconocimiento recíproco
(Centro Altos Estudios Filosoficos & Ciencias Sociales-Cenaltes, 2016)
This article addresses Rawls's critique of utilitarianism in the framework of the discussion on the moral foundation of the principles of justice. It is shown the principle of utility lacks the necessary moral constraints ...
Tres voces de la corrupción.
(Universidad del RosarioMaestría en PeriodismoFacultad de Ciencias Humanas, 2017)
We see corruption as part of our culture, the essence of being Colombian, seems to be in the skin, which are born with it; It is an evil that exists equally in public and private. We cannot say that it is ignorance that ...
Analysis of medical certification of deaths by trauma in Chile Certificación médica de las defunciones por traumatismos en los Servicios de Salud de Chile
Background: Trauma in the third cause of death in Chile and the most important among youngsters. Aim: To analyze the certification of deaths by trauma, studying those deaths in which it is not known if they were accidental ...
Bimodal trait distributions with large variances question the reliability of trait-based aggregate models
Functionally diverse communities can adjust their species composition to altered environmental conditions, which may influence food web dynamics. Trait-based aggregate models cope with this complexity by ignoring details ...