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    • CLARINO+ Optimization of Wittgenstein Research Tools 

      Pichler, Alois (CLARIN office, 2020)
      The Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen (WAB) offer specialized tools for research access to its Wittgenstein resources which however are in need for an upgrade to better serve user requirements. The paper ...
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    • On the possibility of Resolute Transcendentalism in the Later Wittgenstein 

      Mendoza, Lumberto Guce (The University of Bergen, 2019-06-03)
      Doctoral thesis
    • Conducting human challenge studies in LMICs: A survey of researchers and ethics committee members in Thailand 

      Kaewkungwal, Jaranit; Adams, Pornpimon; Sattabongkot, Jetsumon; Lie, Reidar K; Wendler, David (PLOS, 2019)
      Questions have been raised over the acceptability of conducting human challenge studies in low and middle income countries (LMICs). Most of these concerns are based on theoretical considerations and there exists little ...
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    • Filosofisk vertigo: Om Cavell om skeptisisme 

      Sørli, Richard (Universitetsforlaget, 2019)
      Philosophical skepticism is a topic that permeates Stanley Cavell’s thinking. The aim of this article is to clarify some strands in Cavell’s conception of philosophical skepticism, and to show the role appeals to what ...
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    • Don’t Join the Joyride:Individual Responsibility for Large Scale Problems 

      Skjerve, Kjetil Mangset; Lavik, Trygve (NTNU Open Access Journals, 2019)
      The paper argues that, counter to Walter Sinnott-Armostrong and Ewen Kingston’s view, we are morally required to refrain from joyguzzling, i.e., driving a fuel-inefficient car for no other purpose than having a good time. ...
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    • Hard and Blind: On Wittgenstein's Genealogical View of Logical Necessity 

      Bangu, Sorin (Wiley, 2019)
      My main aim is to sketch a certain reading (‘genealogical') of later Wittgenstein's views on logical necessity. Along the way, I engage with the inferentialism currently debated in the literature on the epistemology of ...
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    • Gêneros objetivos e teleologia em Hegel: da natureza à sociedade 

      Knappik, Franz Ulrich (Sociedade Hegel Brasileira, 2019)
      In this article, I explore the metaphysical foundations of Hegel’s social philosophy. Basing myself on an exegetical approach to Hegel’s general metaphysical framework for finite reality which has been popular in the recent ...
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    • Discontinuities and singularities, data and phenomena: for Referentialism 

      Bangu, Sorin (Springer, 2019)
      The paper rebuts a currently popular criticism against a certain take on the referential role of discontinuities and singularities in the physics of first-order phase transitions. It also elaborates on a proposal I made ...
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    • Disagreement about logic 

      Hjortland, Ole Thomassen (Taylor & Francis, 2019)
      What do we disagree about when we disagree about logic? On the face of it, classical and nonclassical logicians disagree about the laws of logic and the nature of logical properties. Yet, sometimes the parties are accused ...
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    • Fictional reports 

      Antonsen, Pål Fjeldvig (Springer, 2019)
      This paper outlines a bicontextual account of fictional reports. A fictional report is a report on something that happens in a fiction, and a bicontextual account is an account that relativizes truth to two contexts. The ...
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    • Filosofer og demokrater: Politiske institusjoner og filosofisk kritikk i antikkens Athen 

      Fossheim, Hallvard (Arr, 2019)
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    • Eleaticism and Socratic Dialectic: On Ontology, Philosophical Inquiry, and Estimations of Worth in Plato’s Parmenides, Sophist and Statesman. 

      Larsen, Jens Kristian (Société d’Études Platoniciennes, 2019-05-01)
      The Parmenides poses the question for what entities there are Forms, and the criticism of Forms it contains is commonly supposed to document an ontological reorientation in Plato. According to this reading, Forms no longer ...
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    • Concepts of Evidence-Based Practice: Analysis of Evidence-Based Practice and Its Debate 

      Reiersgaard, Anders (The University of Bergen, 2020-06-12)
      Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a model for clinical decision-making, representing an interdisciplinary approach to clinical practice that aims to optimize clinical decision-making by emphasizing the use of evidence from ...
      Doctoral thesis
    • Money talks - også i norsk politikk 

      Pedersen, Jørgen (Universitetsforlaget, 2019)
      I debatten om økonomisk ulikhet fremheves det ofte at ulikhet er et problem fordi de som er rike kan oppnå mer makt og innflytelse som resultat av sine økonomiske ressurser. Det er imidlertid ofte uklart hvordan denne ...
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    • Case Study Research in the Social Sciences 

      Ylikoski, Petri; Zahle, Julie (Elsevier, 2019)
      In this paper, we offer an introduction to case study research in the social sciences. We begin with a discussion of the definition of case study research. Next, we point to various purposes that case study research may ...
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    • Non-Boolean classical relevant logics I 

      Øgaard, Tore Fjetland (Springer, 2019)
      Relevant logics have traditionally been viewed as paraconsistent. This paper shows that this view of relevant logics is wrong. It does so by showing forth a logic which extends classical logic, yet satisfies the Entailment ...
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    • Acquiesced and unrefuted : The growth of scientific myths 

      Letrud, Kåre (The University of Bergen, 2020-06-05)
      This thesis explores the phenomenon of scientific myths distributed in academic discourses. Drawing on a set of myth-examples, I explicate a definition of the term ‘scientific myth’, arguing that it ought primarily to be ...
      Doctoral thesis
    • Affirmative citation bias in scientific myth debunking: A three-in-one case study 

      Letrud, Kåre; Hernes, Sigbjørn (PLoS, 2019-09-09)
      Several uncorroborated, false, or misinterpreted conceptions have for years been widely distributed in academic publications, thus becoming scientific myths. How can such misconceptions persist and proliferate within the ...
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    • Boolean Difference-Making: A Modern Regularity Theory of Causation 

      Baumgartner, Michael Clemens; Falk, Christoph (Oxford University Press, 2019)
      A regularity theory of causation analyses type-level causation in terms of Boolean difference-making. The essential ingredient that helps this theoretical framework overcome the problems of Hume’s and Mill’s classical ...
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    • Relative plausibility and a prescriptive theory of evidence assessment 

      Kolflaath, Eivind (Sage, 2019)
      While the theory of relative plausibility is presented by Allen and Pardo (2019) as a descriptive theory of the proof process, this commentary discusses their theory as a possible starting point for a prescriptive theory ...
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