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Prof. Marina Hofman Joins Dinesh to Discuss the Trucker Revolt

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Prof. Marina Hofman Joins Dinesh to Discuss the Trucker Revolt

"Guys, this issue of the trucker revolt, both in Canada and now even in the United States. Very important movement. And I'm delighted to welcome to the podcast doctor Marina Hoffman. She is the author of a book called women in the Bible. She's a professor at Palm Beach, Atlantic university, but the reason she's on today is she is a Canadian. She is from the Toronto area, her dad is a trucker. He's been very involved in and following the trucker movement. And hey, Marina, thanks for joining me. This is a remarkable development. Some people have commented I have too that this is the working class sort of revolt that the left has always predicted and called for. If you go all the way back to Marx, the workers of the world unite, well, if the truckers are uniting, they're out on the road, they're making the and this is also a grassroots movement. I can't name the head of these of the truckers so it looks like this is developing from the bottom up, talk a little bit about how did this movement get started and how did it grow? And then we'll talk about where it's going. Right, so nearly three weeks ago now, a hundred plus truckers left from British Columbia, the far coast on the west, and they wanted to have the mandates lifted for the truckers because dinesh, the truckers are working alone, they're not infecting anyone. But as they traveled across Canada, this movement picked up via hundreds, thousands of vehicles joined them, thousands of Canadians, tens of thousands, the videos are overwhelming in terms of the numbers of Canadians that stood in the bitter cold waving them on, and by time they got to Ottawa dinesh, their demands had not just been for themselves, but for every single Canadian, freedom for every single Canadian before they'll

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"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:05 min | 11 months ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Hello my name. Is ian williams and Welcome to this edition of scientific sense today. Our guest is a professor. How google carol is a professor of philosophy at florida. Atlantic university and her interests quite wide help. Primary work on publications on around the areas of aesthetics philosophy of psychiatry and ancient greek philosophy She is currently Just about finishing a book on true glamour. Very interesting topic and it's been really relatively unexplored in philosophy so we're very Happy to have a professor gold Join us today. welcomed county. are you in. i'm well thank you very well especially to be here. Good this Interview discussion is a little different from some of the perhaps most of the historical scientific sense ones in that we're going to be looking today A little more in the art area and One of the areas Or the topics that we thought to discuss is to start with the fundamental issue and ask ourselves the question. Really what is art as Technologies social mores all kinds of things change over the millennia and increasingly by the day So as often discussed as artists also changed so. This is a topic we would like to discuss and in talking with carol prior to This interview She pointed to a. I suppose you'd call it. A seminal paper by a fellow called bento dantonio from harvard that was published in the nineteen sixties in which he attempted to address this question. So without sort of introduction carol. I wonder if you would just sort of like to start a little bit with some sort of context of how people thought about our an an how that sort of changed in your perception. Oh yes very important. Question e. n. and one of the things. That's interesting here is that First of all even though people have been talking about art since plato The concept of art per se is around separate from life is relatively new in terms of if you look at the expense of millennia it it's relatively new and really kind of.

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"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Maybe so i mean. But i do think though that it's hard to imagine how you reduce imagination to set of data. I mean when so it seems to escape. Rule governed behavior to sit question. Make sense to you. I'm just asking the question makes sense. I'm obviously very highly biased Out this I'd always go back and say these ideas. They'd be cavs imagination. Imagination could be thought of sort of experimentation It could be thought of random you know. Random noise Introduced into talk trousers. So i always i always land in a spot. I'm not saying this. I obviously on a spot that says anything is ultimately reduced to date. In which case invitation you know you can make a mission to would Navy glamour will be counter counterexample. The company coming out probably next year because I'm still tidying up the manuscript but I'll alert you to certainly excellent yet. Discuss been This has been great. Thanks so much sending. And actually. I mean i've i've i've learned a tremendous amount in thinking through this with me even with some very difficult questions and So i i appreciate that. Thank you thank you. This is a scientific sense. Podcast providing unscripted conversations with leading academics and researchers on of topics. If you like to sponsor this podcast please reach out to in full. At scientific sense dot com..

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"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Intellectual work that we do earned actual lives are insufferable from our effective lives and that So it's hard to imagine for me. The machine having a personality and having sir the issue we always interest that We we have very strong human centric views right so that that sorta prison from thinking this way Be nogot preuss to any of these. But there's no technical reason why become replicate a human being in the future. It won't be not within the next hundred years Obviously difficult to pin down the time. Some there's no technical reason. One cannot replicate human being with all the personality of the because everything is fundamental by data. That's the that's assumption there. But you are. You are characteristic. Glamour makes that problem much more complicated intellectual capabilities emotions Personality all of that is really replicate the ball but it seems to me that glamour is going to be much more. It's an author of bandy to hire a concept primarily because it is as you save sweetie difficult to define through grammar right We know it exists. But we don't really have a very clear definition for it so that there might be set of characteristics human has. I don't know what they are. Glamorous simply wonderful that cannot be very highly defined and that might be the last set of characteristics that That the hugh m mortgage gives us our humanness or yes are distinctive may. Save us yes. I also wonder if you know not just emotions. But and this is something that i i think. We discussed briefly very briefly. Is weather A machine could have aesthetic appreciation. You know maybe it can create art but can it appreciate art and that's something Perhaps you would have something to say about. But i think This is you know. I think about this cattle in this way so it machine average characteristics equal have a bias to it at the average so in a world of machines we will be see machines doing similar things The david have a biased to an average so then you say bill able to appreciate things it can be able to appreciate. It is average. I've just making this up. If you have things on the edges.

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Scientific Sense

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"That person may go into seclusion and still have the same property. So that answers your question. Yeah i can definitely see that so A either the. I think the questions i don't think i have a straight answer to them. i thought i came down to know but i'm going back because i think you know There was test That you know to identify machine that became stuck a human. You can devise a set of tests and you can save that machine or a human Similarly i think machine could devise Pets for human and identify. That cumin is glamorous or not i think ultimately trusting to know would be i mean i perhaps you could articulate that far better than i could count as a test present and i guess that would be more of an empirical question and the philosophical question is whether it makes sense even conceptually to think of that as something that can be tested scientifically Kosovo everything about a human being can be I think there's always something that includes the physical Escapes really biased about the same lesson. Lesson amyloid by humans I don't see anything really special about them. and so little at the sort of a transition period v had humus owning alone. Know but you are your thoughts. Here are a really Leaning asking the question. In in some sense i can breathe frame. Your question as more fundamentally said anything anything. Spatial able to humans more broadly. Well yeah i. I mean i think there is Which and that's because. I mean you may not agree with this but i think a human on like something. That's an alien intelligence or artificial intelligence I think that a human house consciousness. I think that each human being has the uniqueness that can't be reproduced some more interesting than others and that the uniqueness comes from their their subjectivity. Subjective psychic structure and way of looking at the world and is hard to imagine something.

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"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"It really does emanate from within from the subject from one unique subjectivity. In a match a nation. That's so that's a that's a that's a. It's such an interesting question. I mean i could have this. Property isn't other issue. Because i mean does the machine. This is partly rhetorical but also partly a real question. Does the machine have subjectivity. Subject checked of experience Expedient saw gently subjective and most so vietnam there. obviously you're just talking about health. Machines could evolve over time. I can see situations where you know you. Would you would have those type stuff. Machines having feelings machines making decisions under uncertainty Those things those things will happen one day machine could potentially do and glamour Let me think of this image. He could devise a set off. Tests for a human so so machine would be able to just say x is glamorous and while he's not glamorous but the machine will give set of tests for accent lie and based on sponsors. The machine might be able to assign a higher probability of x being. Glamorous might be possible so what would be the data can you. Can you just read articulate because icing. I don't know what the questions would be. I'm assuming here that there's some predictibility. Let me know it if this is true. I'm assuming there is some predictability in the in the output of a glamorous cushion in context so suppose i create a context the cameras in there i guess some predictability of behavior of course well is that i'm inclined right now to disagree with that because part of the part of their glamour is is a mystery. I mean they are. I mean glamour. Is something mysterious. I mean it evokes mystery. I mean it's as i said. I mean that's the passiveness talking about so Coercion i think is part of is part of that to the coercive affected house on the third person From the third person point of view is.

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"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"It is ho. That person It's not projection but held. That person expediencies the personality in some ways that that's a really good way to put it. Yes it's how they experienced their personality and how they experience will have the experience the world which is unique. I mean for all of us a some less predictable than others but Maybe more interesting. But i yeah i think that's a good point that it's It's not just a personality but it's also a reflection on the personality snow. What makes it complicated for machine is that as you say is unique to the individual so it's not a generalized -able characteristic and so difficulty to machine that is not you know it's not generally generalize symbol of generalized thing. Right if so so. Be look at jim. And a large proportion of the cloud concludes. Jimmy's jim nez through glamour. And we look at sally at a large proportion of the crowd belief. Sally also has ruled glamour. But jibs through bammer is not saturdays. Took right so that's machines will likely feel. I'm i'm vicky with you. Now you're beginning to agree with okay. So yeah that's So that that would be my answer to your question. That would be my my justification for why i answered your question. No i mean. 'cause i gave it a lot of thought and it actually led to my My refashioning of argument in in one of my central chapters yeah no answer a cavalier way. I'm thinking about it. Is that because it's unique to individual all the that you know you teach a machine to pick up through glamour from a cloud of thousand people. Let's say ten gland people in that crowd because the the ten people have their own unique of driver. yes that's that's right so and because it's it's not like say beauty or something like that and i'm actually not sure that that's so uniform but i know that some people think that there are you. There is uniformity there some standards criteria beauty. That are fixed. But i don't quite agree with that but still each person is beautiful differently But of course that's not quite as complicated but if you you know if you have ten beautiful people in the crowd you know perhaps machine could pick it up but with regard to glamour because it's so elusive.

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Scientific Sense

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Face What i'm wondering is whether a machine whether it makes sense to talk about when and again you're the expert here on a. yeah. I know so. i mean could wouldn't even make sense to talk about the machine having a kind of a personality What what do you think. I mean because the machines history is not dynamic. It's not. I mean. I don't know how much it can And of course one personality and ones immagination is going to be partly dependent on their intrinsic traits but also on the way they've interacted with others in the world and the they development in certain ways. And then i think also that since every person i think has unique take on the world. I think that's being person and some are more original than others but or more you know. Some people have ironic takes on the world and so forth. And so on but can meet cana machine be endowed with that kind of subjectivity. Yeah yeah so you know i. It depends on if you believe that so personality could be considered as an outcome of as you say in directions that history and wine meant And all that all of that data ultimately and so the suppose we have this thought experiment really supposed to be have all the data of of often. Individuals interactions with the turned wide meant and And that individual reaction interactive bread. That data can't make a machine Has indicated personality of the individual Obviously is the personality driven by history and And interactions so. I think the reasonable assumptions with regard to persons. You mean or person. I mean if you look at somebody and bcc that person's personality That puts plus developed by that person over that person's history at so so glad to me is it's more complex construct plate. It's not just personality..

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Scientific Sense

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"And i think that. So so glamour would be to express themselves rather than manifest itself but self rather and i think nuts if that's right if that's right then it's not so it's not so much a relational property. I think it's it's something one has one has its in oneself and so but you're right. I mean there is a sense in which were inclined to sing but if nobody sees it. If it doesn't have something to do with that i like to just go k if we can go back to tina psychoanalysis and hysteria for a moment which i mentioned when i talked about history on personality If you think about a person who's not a pleasant thing to think about but imagine in person is partially paralyzed said and it might be a because of a physiological reason or on the other hand it could be a hysterical conversion and hysterical conversion. You know what i mean by that. You know some kind of trauma or perceive trauma that person manifest bodily which was it still occurs although people think it only occurred in the early twentieth century late nineteenth. But it's it's always been around Historic will conversion. But you see. I would say that the paralysis would be a manifestation or expression surrey a manifestation of the self because that's just the way things are it's illogical problem for whatever reason there's a physiological ideology to it to express the self the historic is expressing itself to set clarify it. Yeah you know me. So if i thought experiment. If i put a true dramas person in a world of no other people. Would that be glamorous. Well i was thinking about there because it was such an interesting question I hadn't thought of in quite those terms but If the person. I mean obviously person. I think it's obvious But a person who has had no exposure interaction with others have much of a language or sense of anything. I mean they wouldn't really be in the world. I'm not sure people can develop a notion you know anything like self in that context but suppose they had lived in the world. You know they were. They weren't raised. You know it and in a forest animals but.

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Scientific Sense

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Machine can something artificially intelligent be glamorous because they're talking about machines being able to make ethical judgments i take it fairly simple ones but machine can can certainly be programmed understand understand whatever they do rules which ethical rules or laws etc. But then we get to the survey can you. And i had talked about that briefly and our email. And i thought to myself can kind of machine be glamorous and there a film in twenty thirteen it was called her. I don't know if you saw. I i haven't seen could about it. Yeah i was just watching cenex. Who's always very convincing actor. And he falls in love with an assistant and that made me wonder. Well you can. That generated entity the glamour. I have determined. At least i think. I included not and not both questions can machine recognize clamor and can machine glamorous inclined to say no in both cases yes so security is going to be the deficiency of machines. Going back to your a. You're a off cleaved machine. I think what the machine into is to create art that the average population would find interesting or at tractor attractive. That's a good way to put it because it it sort of given given given a task it was sort of optimize optimize the out portrayed so it has to decide the app verson even the humanistics. It has now. What did you miss in. That process is as you say. It's interesting art but not great great so as one could argue yes machine could make interesting odd but it won't be able to push it to the tails of the distribution right because it will see a meeting less to the machine to do that. Yes all feel meaningless. And he wouldn't express it to be even expect it to be terribly expressive but also one of the things that makes our..

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"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"And not just because of not that it means it's right but it's just. People become inured to things. I was you know sort of thinking. I was thinking in terms of an individual, but this is actually more broadly applicable for society and culture too. I was thinking you know it's an individual sort of an accumulation of It's you know a vast collection of expedience is from the past. Repressed into the unconscious container let's say. And then the individual, basically let out a small part of it into the into the open for the world to see that's what that's. What the won't believes the individual is. but really just seeing the tip of iceberg. Now do you could you could actually think about this society or context society is also and accumulation of press cards. And what measurements? Peak in public. is really a small part of it I. Think. That's fascinating. Gill and I think the you're you're absolutely right that the a very good analogy about the way we construct jar historical memory. If. That's what you're talking about. You Constructor our cultural identities. Is that what you mean it's it's memories, but it's also from your article. You know I was thinking about repressed taught meaning. I am finding away inflammation in the unconscious container. It's it's not an intentional activity, but it's a it's a sort of a mechanistic activity right and it just it's all bear. You know from from a hardware perspective you know once it gets into the long term memory, it's not going to escape from it. And so so you know an individual Dan is what they see of individual is really a very small part of that, right? Skewed the Mondo. I don't know about the term for that baggage. Bake Great. Sodas Society in many ways raid so. So I don't know I. Don't know how to how to think about this, but it has policy implications. You know you talked about elections and tomorrow to see if the systems that we have devised. really taking measurements of the author's. Measurements all what the world.

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Scientific Sense

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"And I I to. I. Think that I mean yes and I think that even I'm not sure about this. You know there's a whole field called neuro aesthetics yet. Perhaps you're familiar with. And you know. Is it? More appealing because we can process it easily or isn't were killing because we recognize. So clearly certain elegance in a theory or even in something as you know this metrical but. You know something that's an essay written with the most information that with the fewest words. I. Don't know much about it cattle. So my my Your do wish would be to say you know the objective functions humans have. remained to be somewhat crude for fifty thousand years. It hasn't really changed. You know needs an amount of energy. It needs to perpetuate a jeans at given an allotment of time and so I don't believe humans have changed much you know. So from a brain perspective. I would I would think that you'd smart about mechanics. Here, I ask you this. Do, you think that. Because something is. Valued wisely. Or appreciated widely, and easily that it has more aesthetic value than something that isn't. Yeah. So I I was thinking about this Gal. So. You know. So suppose I I. AM interested in an object let's say for whatever reason right? Not Beauty Se but I'm just interested in it. Maybe it's a color maybe shape what editors. And then I say I'm going to study it. at that point, I'm kind of kicking off a feedback loop. That ultimately might end up with the with the concept of beauty my mind right, and so maybe I started serving picture a painting just because I was I'm just making the cell just was I was interested in the frame. Ends and I started looking at it, and then I started you know thinking that it's beautiful right? So is it sort of reinforcing mechanism that is not just a one act..

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Said a while ago disagree call I talked about ANSELM onto logical argument. which I think is has kind of glamor to it and and victim Stein philosopher vacant Stein was. credited. Describing is glamorous. Proof that had false slam him. Cantor's Theorem and know he says it. It has glamour that well, he's quoted as having said that. A fictional of by writer fiction though. But still he he was known to said something like that that. Could be rich people. You know there there is something about. You. Know a kind of. Variety in uniformity and. taught with elegance conciseness that you're. So intuitively I. Mean it's irrational I mean that's how I said we go back to this idea about. It's clear that. Yes Oh be bad you. You know sort of simplicity and elegance. Great well. Yes Niro signs noodle science base to this whole. So there was a hypothesis scandal that stays. the might perceive beauty whether it's mathematics or phases of what objects you want to think about. a functional how much processing power tests to do. So, so the least amount of processing it needs to do. The more beautiful it will consider that to be. It's actually. No I was. Thinking about it's. Clearly true in Again, in conceptual thinking, isn't it? Yeah I mean goes to Matt's goes to. So that's that's why people used to think symmetric rates I mean symmetry a characteristic but more foundationally a it's basically the brain saying, yeah, I can. I can figure this out very quickly. So I don't I. Don't need to raise too many cycles. Of Computing time. Well, actually symmetry is interesting because in Javanese ascetics. Asymmetry is valued. Imagery is considered un-imaginative boring. No in fact, I'm one of the. Things that I've written about it some. philosopher, Japanese Philosophy, and early twentieth century who studied in France, and Went Back to Japan and he was an expert on Barrack Song. he wrote about he and he can he draw invidious comparison between the Chapin East. Acetic acid. the French or we might say, Europe Ian Western European that time. Precisely, because there was no mystery to it. And there was some kind of vulgarity and obviousness to it, and some might say the same about symmetry. So I don't know I think when we tried to define it in these ways. In terms of. Say through sample symmetry. Something that we don't have to process at great length.

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Scientific Sense

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Force Glamour. Would you say there is? It's a, it's a bit like The individual is trying to adapt to what he or she is finding, and then wineman at and using props and other other stuff that you say to to make it work But what I also find very, very clear in terms of definition as vision charisma. And an glamour rate this meant to Glamour's. Matic musician makes us feel the power and excitement of the music performed. That's right. That's glamour in contrast impels us to try to understand its post possessor rather than the person's motivating passion. So that's a very distinct difference between the two right Yes I mean, that's That's everything about you say. Data a major difference and You know it can take different forms Justice Charisma Ken There are people I mean. You you look at new you're fascinated right way. Sometimes person speaks and you become fascinated or doesn't speak. So, yes. I think that outs that's right and In that article, I speak about. Constructing a world and living in a world because. You know somebody can. Can sort of make themselves in artifact. If you see good I mean end and other times the person is just living a certain way. And they are, but you're not with. What one of the things about clever is that? Quite know entirely what it is to their world, the world in which they're living. Excuse me. And I think that I think for certain personality types, it is a kind of adaptive strategy. People Develops. On. Your I can. For the actualization of. Their Their. Tendencies or capacities and You don't even have to know what realm of society, what strata of society and what profession or. Say Do Their talents are. It's It's utterly different. Yeah. No. Clear paper towel. You know I couldn't help thinking about. Politicians or national stage I wouldn't mention the names. You have you know Katie Smith you have glamorous ones both true and falls in in full display every day on TV and so did this may not be a hard concept for us to understand. Now I think that once it's Perhaps analyzed. It's people grasp it. I mean people well, not not everybody's though agreed with me. But Which? Perhaps. It's one of my motivations for writing it. But also because I think that it's simply an aspect of human life. That's been ignored and it's been hard even at a time in philosophy when There's a powerful movement of what's called everyday aesthetics. At. This is emerged partly from globalisation because. In many cultures The aesthetics of just living day-today to day. Are Quite salient like in Japan for. Japanese aesthetics?.

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Scientific Sense

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Mike yesterday is preface a cattle goat, who is a professor of philosophy at Atlantic University Bay. She teaches primarily aesthetics philosophy of Psychiatry at Ancient Greek Philosophy Idiots in which she publishes widely. MINNEOLA recent publications concerned the relation between aesthetics, ethics and person. She's GonNa Be Competing Book Manuscript on through Glamour. An. Unexploded topic in philosophy that stands at the intersection of aesthetics. Ethics Philosophy or psychiatric. Welcome cal. High supplant streets be with you Gil thank you. before we start one, you care, I can't pretend to know many things but philosophies not one of them. so you may find me continuously coming into scientific thoughts. And you may have to bring me back. Like saving somebody from Clowney in unfamiliar waters and you know more generally, I have noticed the left side of my brain for forty years and now I can begin to hear gentle objections from right. And so this would be This would be quite. in many ways for me. Having said that I want to start with one of your earlier papers entitled towards tyranny of the Aesthetic Properties of persons. Okay, and in this article, you argue that aesthetics needs to include a theory of aesthetic properties of persons which should be important team in the study of evidence aesthetics. Decently Aesthetic Tunis cavs zoomed that aesthetic properties can be indicated on predicated off works and natural things. And article argues that person's not merely their bodies have aesthetic properties and aesthetic properties of persons quite a different ontological analysis and you say something samples are of static properties, of Glamour Base, of manner back into some charm and wit. You want to set the stage for the theory of theory of aesthetic properties persons. Certainly I will mention one other thing though that on. The Another aspect in aesthetics another. Type of thing too which if properties have been ascribed. Mathematical proofs launching logical systems where I in typic- furious earthier theorems and. Formulas some formulas you know yeah..

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02:19 min | 1 year ago

"atlantic university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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Turtle embryos may control their sex by moving inside their eggs

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

Turtle embryos may control their sex by moving inside their eggs

"That in many turtles or crocodiles and and quite a few lizards the six that an animal develops into is determined by the temperature that it experiences within the next week shine is a biologist at Macquarie university in Australia he says the first some turtle species exit incubate at lower temperatures produce all males and slightly higher temperatures produce all females this could cause problems because temperatures are rising to to climate change in parts of the world virtually no male sea turtles are hatching because it's too hot for them to develop so populations might have trouble reproducing and therefore surviving but what if turtle embryos could do something that keeps the male female ratio more even perhaps the embryo is of reptiles could move around within the egg because it might be a little bit warmer one end of the exam the other shine worked with Chinese researchers to study the Chinese three killed upon turtle he says it's AG's can have hotter zones and coolers owns the team wondered if an embryo could influence at Saks simply by moving to find the sweet spot to test that theory it they painted some eggs with a chemical so that the embryos couldn't sense heat just have to find it on the HL and you have an embryo inside it's no longer aware of the temperature differences within the egg these embryos didn't move around much and the turtles wound up being nearly all male or all female depending on whether the eggs were warm or cool embryos in eggs that will aren't treated behave very differently there are more active and hatched with a much more even male to female ratio it does seem as if the embryo has a lot more control over its destiny than we ever expected that idea is controversial biologist Boris tease AKC from Florida Atlantic University has a few questions like whether an embryo would have the muscle strength to reposition itself at that point in its development I would like a little bit more about data to be fully convinced I think shine says the team study in the journal current biology took

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Florida Keys, Brian And Florida discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

02:16 min | 3 years ago

Florida Keys, Brian And Florida discussed on All Things Considered

"Coral reefs are dying around the world and a new study suggests a way to save them the study of the Florida Keys shows that a lot of the stress on corals comes from local sources which means there are things local communities can do to help the corals NPR's pink Wong reports Brian the point has watched half of Florida's corals die off in the past twenty years watching the decline of court what we he has been heartbreaking I live in the Florida Keys and when I moved here in the early nineteen eighties I had no idea that we would be losing these corals the point a professor at Florida Atlantic University has spent his career studying corals at the leaky roof and the Florida Keys he's the lead author on any paper out in the journal marine biology it analyzes thirty years of data he's collected and its conclusion is actually hopeful you've got quite a story here would you put all this together that there actually is hope for coral reefs after all how does he figure a study which showed that warming temperatures were killing off corals but as data actually showed that the corals biggest problem was another human source too much nitrogen it comes from badly treated sewage as well as fertilizer and topsoil from people's yards and farms it feeds blooms of algae that block out the light and also throws off the nutrient balance in the water and make the calls more likely to catch disease to go through coral bleaching and to die Michael fox studies coral reefs at the woods hole oceanographic institution he wasn't involved in the study but he appreciates its long term view we're starting to have enough data to really track the impacts of local scale structures to quarrels over long enough time frames to understand how the communities are changing James Porter at the university of Georgia co authored the Florida study he says that in the past most scientists and the public figure that there was little we could do to help corals unless we fixed all of climate change what our study shows is that taking care of one off from the land which is a local phenomenon that can protect coral reefs to put this is our findings from Florida can apply to reefs around the world and that better sewage and storm water treatment might give corals a fighting chance at surviving climate change ping long NPR

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New mother tested positive for opiates after eating poppy seed bagel

WBZ Morning News

04:06 min | 4 years ago

New mother tested positive for opiates after eating poppy seed bagel

"And other hot humid day good morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories now too high stakes elections. One for a house seat in Ohio the other for governor. Of Kansas are too close to call although President Trump claimed, victory, on, Twitter last, night for Ohio Republican Troy balder. Sohn tough news for Red Sox nation this morning as announcer Jerry Remmy is facing another battle with cancer Rambis fought that disease for a decade finishing a round of treatment earlier this year and. An overnight house fire in Dorchester leaves one, person displays a firefighter suffered minor injuries battling that blaze. On ash bond street and other news the search is continuing for the driver of a car. That struck a bicyclists in Jamaica plain. The Senate. Was caught on another drivers dashcam WBZ's Ben Parker tells us the victim's family has plenty of questions and concerns the father of the twenty year old woman injured in a hit and run crash on monday says he can't believe the driver of the car involved didn't see her today overtake her and cut her off the man tells w._b._z. t._v. he got a call from his daughter after the collision that left her with scrapes and scratches she was crying tearful because he was shocked at the whole thing and she was in pain now police are looking for the driver of that vehicle a red four door hatchback and they're asking for the public's help ben parker w._b._z. newsradio ten thirty a western man is in custody after stabbing two people near city hall david burgos is charged with two counts of armed assault or murder no word on the condition of the victims the reward for information regarding missing university of iowa student molly tebbit's is now over three hundred thousand dollars the reward money has continued to pour in as individual donations are being accepted on the crime stoppers of central iowa website investigators are hoping the more than three hundred thousand dollar reward will convince someone with valuable information Step forward with a tip needed to break the case open crime stoppers assuring tipsters both by. Phone and online that their tips are anonymous Molly Tibbets. Has been missing for twenty. Days or father rob Tibbett says he believes his daughter is with someone she knows but admits it's just speculation Brian burrow ABC news USC president max Nikki s has stepped down after saying. He, would back in may the decision comes after many faculty members call for his resignation in the wake of sex abuse. Complaints involving a campus Dr CBS's. Suzanne marquess Nikki is based a series of scandals dean of the medical. School Herman Pola Fito was accused of using drugs even in his USC office his replacement mohawk Varna accused of. Sexually harassing a researcher USC settled for one hundred and. Thirty five thousand dollars last week USC as the. US attorney's office to open a criminal investigation into one hundred thousand dollar donation from LA county supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas that. Helped his son get a professor job at USC that money ended up in his son control A ks had, been USA president, since twenty ten Florida Atlantic university postpones its graduation ceremony after what. Police called a credible threat the announcement was made just. Minutes before commencement, was set to begin a sticky note. Containing a, threat was posted in a. Woman's bathroom, friends and, family of the. Graduates were already seated in the school's auditorium when the entire building. Was evacuated a new date has not been announced a Maryland woman discovers that eating a poppy seed bagel before giving birth has consequences Elizabeth. Eden told WBAL TV in Baltimore that she was in labor in. April when a doctor told her she had tested positive for opiates and. She had been reported to the state that net that her daughter had to stay at the hospital for five days while her mother was assigned a case worker however eaten fought back to a school health class where she learned that eating, poppy seeds could lead to a false positive the mom told the case worker about the bagel the file was closed I'm Shelley Adler. The Georgetown librarian Washington DC was forced to close after four snakes were discovered. Near meeting room the library, called pest control and the building, was given the all-clear yesterday the library will have another gathering of stakes today.

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The West Hollywood City Council wants to remove Trump's Walk of Fame star

Hugh Hewitt

01:56 min | 4 years ago

The West Hollywood City Council wants to remove Trump's Walk of Fame star

"Carl Icahn as urging Cigna shareholders to reject the health insurers attempted multibillion-dollar takeover of, Express, Scripts, icon says it's paying too much for a company with a shaky future the billionaire activist investor. Warned that Express Scripts a pharmacy benefit manager could face substantial regulatory risks. And intense competition from Amazon Cigna said back in March it would pay fifty two. Billion dollars for Express, Scripts a deal on what shareholders will vote August twenty fourth. Wagner reporting children's advocates what the. American psychological association to condemned the tech industries practice of using persuasive, psychological techniques to keep kids glued to their screens the advocate citing research that links excessive use of social media and video games with depression academe troubles says. It's unethical for psychologists to be involved in. Tactics that risk harming kids wellbeing This is townhall dot com After Donald. Trump's Hollywood star is act the city council is. Seeking to get it removed the West Hollywood city council would like to see Donald Trump star removed, from the walk of fame but he doesn't have. The authority to do it the council passed a resolution asking Los Angeles and the Hollywood chamber of commerce to remove the star after it was destroyed last, month for the second time man accused of shattering it with a pick ax, faces a charge of vandalism but the chamber does not remove stars once they're planted come notoriety were vandalism chamber presently on Google earth. Told the Los Angeles Times stars are, considered part. Of the, walks historic fabric once they're they're Trump got. His in two thousand, seven I'm. Warren Levinson authority say Florida Atlantic university has cancelled a graduation. Ceremony following a credible threat the book, retired university announced cancellation Tuesday just minutes before the five PM commencement ceremony was set to began officials wouldn't say what the threat was or these. Stories at townhall dot com Patrick fos.

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Eleven children found at squalid New Mexico compound, two arrested

Mac and Gaydos

04:37 min | 4 years ago

Eleven children found at squalid New Mexico compound, two arrested

"Campaign events today around the valley KTAR's Mark Carlson. Is live now and tells his house minority leaders here because here is known. As a battleground state for control of the house Becky Lynn control of the. House could come right through Arizona Pelosi says Arizona house races could be very close and that's. One reason she's in Arizona urging Democrats to get out, the vote it was six months. Ago Pelosi called. The GOP and Trump back tax cuts Armageddon But House Democratic leader says she stands by that statement despite. A robust economy but the biggest indicator for us is the size of the. Paycheck We are the people. Lower healthcare costs bigger paychecks cleaner government and that Bill is not about any of that Democrats say, that to make up. For the tax cuts Republicans plan cuts to, programs, that, are vital to working people like social security and Medicare reporting, live Mark Carlson. KTAR news why would anybody want California politics in Arizona Arizona Republican party's response to house minority leader Pelosi's visit to Arizona today Arizona GOP chair Jonathan line says her visit. Is just a pushed attorney Zona bloop she along. With star, and other leftist liberal elites are pushing to, create another California in our Arezzo Anna and we're simply not going. To stand for that he says the Arizona Republicans are even using the hashtag. Don't California my Arizona in response to Pelosi's event today in Phoenix Citing, a credible threat, officials at Florida Atlantic university had canceled today's scheduled graduation ceremony as students got ready to cross the stage. And received their diplomas the announcement was made that they had to evacuate one of the graduates moot, Tina Johnston says she'd. Been looking forward to this day for a, long, time, it was disappointing it was a shock because this is the, day that we're. Excited for the investigation is continuing and officials say they will will reschedule the ceremonies a tragic discovery at the compound in northern New Mexico where eleven malnourished children living in. Filthy conditions were rescued and an emotional news conference. Today tells, county sheriff Jerry Griff announcing that they are, now trying to identify the remains of child found on the property Eleven nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine we did find the remains of a young boy one of the men arrested. When the, children were rescued on Friday was wanted on a child abduction warrant. In Georgia a boy had been reported missing the interest in police body cams in Arizona has perked up again thanks to, a state legislator caught on one bragging. About speeding or what's. The Phoenix police department doing about the department has three hundred body cams for twenty nine, hundred forty five officers sergeant Vince Lewis says it's not that the department doesn't. Want them to understand and recognize the importance of having body cameras both transparency. And to assist. Within our investigations Lewis says the Phoenix PD's just taking its time or the process of a request for purchase with different vendors to identify the, product to go citywide with that's happening on the city side last January the department put bodycam purchases on hold over concerns about outdated technology Kathy Klein KTAR news, a fourteen year old boy has died after being pulled out of a Phoenix pool by maintenance workers Near twenty three rd avenue. And, Campbell is unknown how long he was in the pool priority being pulled out by maintenance and we were told that the family noticed he was not in the house and they were looking for that's when, he was founded the pool area captain Kenny Overton with the Phoenix fire department says the teen may, have had some mental disabilities and had been. Warned repeatedly by the family to stay away from the pool area and the eleven year old girl found unresponsive in Tempe pool last week died today on this first Tempe fire responded to. A call, at a home near McClintock and baseline where California family was renting. The home when firefighters got to the scene the girl was unresponsive she remained in critical condition until today when she died It is coming up now on 507 time. To get another look at traffic with detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center hey good news on the east side that wreck on the one on one Pima freeway. Southbound near entry all moved off to the right we're good. To go with that now all lanes. Reopened there southbound one zero one hour free your wreck is also off right south of Thomas approaching McDowell westbound. Tenant twenty seventh avenue you're off, and on the southbound. One price freeway approaching Elliott there's a wreck off right One westbound approaching sixty seventh, avenue another one off right we've also got a. Thirty seven minute ride westbound I ten fifty one west to eighty three rd avenue twenty. One minutes on the northbound seventeen from nineteen. Th, avenue to Peoria twenty two minutes up northbound fifty one I ten mini stack north develop an eighteen minutes on the westbound one one..

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