The Instrumentalist

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Gender Equity Issues In The Depiction Of Females In The Instrumentalist Magazine August 2000 July 2002

Author: Heather Joy McWilliams
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The Moral Psychology Handbook

Author: John M. Doris
Editor: OUP Oxford
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The Moral Psychology Handbook offers a survey of contemporary moral psychology, integrating evidence and argument from philosophy and the human sciences. The chapters cover major issues in moral psychology, including moral reasoning, character, moral emotion, positive psychology, moral rules, the neural correlates of ethical judgment, and the attribution of moral responsibility. Each chapter is a collaborative effort, written jointly by leading researchers in thefield.

The Instrumentalist 88

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Percussion Anthology

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Instrumentalist 1986

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Woodwind Anthology

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Instrumentalist Co V Marine Corps League

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Measuring Utility

Author: Ivan Moscati
Editor: Oxford Studies in History of E
ISBN: 0199372764
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Utility is a key concept in the economics of individual decision-making. However, utility is not measurable in a straightforward way. As a result, from the very beginning there has been debates about the meaning of utility as well as how to measure it. This book is an innovative investigation of how these arguments changed over time. Measuring Utility reconstructs economists' ideas and discussions about utility measurement from 1870 to 1985, as well as their attempts to measure utility empirically. The book brings into focus the interplay between the evolution of utility analysis, economists' ideas about utility measurement, and their conception of what measurement in general means. It also explores the relationships between the history of utility measurement in economics, the history of the measurement of sensations in psychology, and the history of measurement theory in general. Finally, the book discusses some methodological problems related to utility measurement, such as the epistemological status of the utility concept and its measures. The first part covers the period 1870-1910, and discusses the issue of utility measurement in the theories of Jevons, Menger, Walras and other early utility theorists. Part II deals with the emergence of the notions of ordinal and cardinal utility during the period 1900-1945, and discusses two early attempts to give an empirical content to the notion of utility. Part III focuses on the 1945-1955 debate on utility measurement that was originated by von Neumann and Morgenstern's expected utility theory (EUT). Part IV reconstructs the experimental attempts to measure the utility of money between 1950 and 1985 within the framework provided by EUT. This historical and epistemological overview provides keen insights into current debates about rational choice theory and behavioral economics in the theory of individual decision-making and the philosophy of economics.

Conductors Anthology

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Rational Powers In Action

Author: Sergio Tenenbaum
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
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Rational Powers in Action presents a conception of instrumental rationality as governing actions that are extended in time with indeterminate ends. Tenenbaum argues that previous philosophical theories in this area, in focusing on momentary snapshots of the mind of idealized agents, miss central aspects of human rationality.

Engaged Anthropology

Author: Michelle Hegmon
Editor: University of Michigan Museum
ISBN: 0915703580
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The Fear Of Child Sexuality

Author: Steven Angelides
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Continued public outcries over such issues as young models in sexually suggestive ads and intimate relationships between teachers and students speak to one of the most controversial fears of our time: the entanglement of children and sexuality. In this book, Steven Angelides confronts that fear, exploring how emotional vocabularies of anxiety, shame, and even contempt not only dominate discussions of youth sexuality but also allow adults to avoid acknowledging the sexual agency of young people. Introducing case studies and trends from Australia, the United Kingdom, and North America, he challenges assumptions on a variety of topics, including sex education, age-of-consent laws, and sexting. Angelides contends that an unwillingness to recognize children's sexual agency results not in the protection of young people but in their marginalization.

Medical Problems Of The Instrumentalist Musician

Author: Raoul Tubiana
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9781853176128
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This is a unique single-source reference covering the wide range of problems that can affect the instrumentalist musician.

Woodwind Anthology

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The Septonate And The Centralization Of The Tonal System

Author: Julius Klauser
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America Revisited

Author: George Augustus Sala
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