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Einstein's Implicit Theory of Relativity - of Cognitive Property?


Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Birner, Betty J.  Metaphor and the Reshaping of Our Cognitive Fabric. Zygon, 39, 2004, 11, pp. 39-48. [abstract]

Borzacchini, Luigi.  Light as a Metaphor of Science: a pre-established disharmony. Semiotica, 2001, 136, November 200, pp. 151-171.

Breakwell, Glynis M.  Mental Models and Social Representations of Hazards: the significance of identity processes. Journal of Risk Research, 4, 4 October 2001, pp. 341 - 351. [abstract]

Cobern, William W.  Distinguishing Science-Related Variations in the Causal Universal of College Students' Worldviews. 2006. [text]

Faure, Murray.  Relativism and Rationalism in Science and Politics. UNISA, 2007. [text]

Heelan, Patrick A.  Quantum Mechanics and the Social Sciences: After Hermeneutics. Science and Education 4, 1995, pp. 127-136. [text]

Heelan, Patrick A.  Quantum Relativity and the Cosmic Observer. In: Wolfgang Yourgrau and Andrew Breck (Ed). Cosmology, History and Theology. Plenum, 1977. [text]

Heelan, Patrick A.  The Logic of Changing Classificatory Frameworks. In: J A Wojciechowski (Ed). Conceptual Basis of the Classification of Knowledge. Munchen, K G Saur, 1974, pp. 260-274 [text]..

Heelan, Patrick A.  The Logic of Framework Transpositions. International Philosophical Quarterly, 11, 1971, pp. 314-334 [text]..

Hentschel, Klaus.  Philosophical Interpretations of Relativity Theory: 1910-1930. Proceedings of the Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association, Volume Two: Symposia and Invited Papers. 1990, pp. 169-179. [abstract]

Iglowitz, Jerome.  Virtual Reality: Consciousness Really Explained. 1998-2007. [text]

Iglowitz, Jerome.  Virtual Reality: Consciousness Really Explained! (Why, How, Where and What: A Radical Proposal) 1995-1998. [text]

Ronan, Mark.  Symmetry and the Monster: one of the greatest quests of mathematics. Oxford University Press, 2006. [review]

Sloane, Robert D.  Outrelativizing Relativism: a liberal defense of the universality of international human rights. Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 34, 2001, 3. [text]

Stewart, Ian N.  Why Beauty Is Truth: the history of symmetry. Perseus, 2007.

Stewart, Ian N.  Flatterland. Macmillan, 2001
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Sterrett, Susan G.  Wittgenstein Flies a Kite: a story of models of wings and models of the world. PI Press, 2006. [review]

Yoshida, Tamito.  The Second Scientific Revolution in Capital Letters: the informatic turn. TripleC, 4, 2006, 1, pp. 100-126. [text]

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