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Foundation Theory: An Attempt To Be Basic. Book by John T. Blackmore). Blackmore, John Thomas was born on September 13, 1931 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. 14059/?tag prabook0b-20. 18494/?tag prabook0b-20. The Gibraltar dialogues: A philosophy for the space age. General. Son of Philip (Guillou) Blackmore and Emily Van Patten. Bachelor, University New Mexico, 1953.
Moral foundations theory is a social psychological theory intended to explain the origins of and variation in human moral reasoning on the basis of innate, modular foundations. It was first proposed by the psychologists Jonathan Haidt, Craig Joseph and Jesse Graham, building on the work of cultural anthropologist Richard Shweder; and subsequently developed by a diverse group of collaborators, and popularized in Haidt's book The Righteous Mind.
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John Blackmore - 1999 - Synthese 119 (1-2):157-189. This paper is an attempt to clarify why Ludwig Boltzmann from about 1895 to 1905 seemed to adopt a series of extreme epistemological positions, ranging from phenomenalism to pragmatism, while emphatically rejecting what he called ‘metaphysics’ (by which he meant all traditional philosophy). He concluded that all philosophical differences were merely linguistic and most were ultimately meaningless.
Sometimes referred to as the & dielectric effect', it is part of an attempt to understand the physics of non-Abelian D-branes for strong fields.
It is unique in that it is targeted for students without any knowledge of string theory and at the same time it includes the very latest developments of the field, all presented in a very fluid and simple form. Sometimes referred to as the & dielectric effect', it is part of an attempt to understand the physics of non-Abelian D-branes for strong fields.