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In Pursuit of Real Answers

Angela Yun Zhu, Walid Taha, Robert Cartwright, Matthieu Martel, Jeremy G. Siek
2009 2009 International Conference on Embedded Software and Systems  
In principle, simulation can be a powerful tool for animating models of the world.  ...  Towards addressing this problem, we offer an expository account of what is known about exact real arithmetic.  ...  Then we can imagine all other operations being defined as working on intervals and producing answers that represent all possible answers for any given exact reals.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icess.2009.91 dblp:conf/icess/ZhuTCMS09 fatcat:p2f6f3qiczggtgmaxwpibf3d4u

Page 393 of Christian Visitor 1823 Vol. 1, Issue 11 [page]

1823 Christian Visitor 1823  
The in¢ structions of the scriptures direct us how to conduct in our secular pursuits, and enforce our duty in this respect by the highest and strongest motives.  ...  Real religion affects and governs the hearts and actions of human be- ings in respect to all their concerns.  ... 

Page 325 of Academy of Political Science. Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science Vol. 18, Issue 3 [page]

1939 Academy of Political Science. Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science  
Satisfactory answers to such questions have not come out of any military operations of the past few years, for in Ethiopia and in China operations were conducted against opponents with practically no retaliatory  ...  With these changes in performance it is clear that many new tactical questions have arisen. What, for example, is the real mission of the bomber?  ... 

Page 700 of The Monthly Repository Vol. 8, Issue 85 [page]

1834 The Monthly Repository  
If you have a real regard for the discussion which has been commenced, and wish to rectify what was wrong in it, take back any of the concessions that have been made, and by questioning and answer. ing  ...  and the pursuit of the sophist, other species of the same pursuit.  ... 

Value Theory and Online Video Gaming

Derek A. Burrill
2014 Advances in Journalism and Communication  
Additionally, the survey seeks to establish a link between the internal value of the games and the concept of value in the external, real world.  ...  The analysis of the survey in this paper shows that gamers establish value in online gaming in relation to value in the external.  ...  real world pursuits.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ajc.2014.23010 fatcat:dxx6sygac5hd7bb24vcxmt42gq

The pursuit of knowledge

JD Polk
2010 The Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh  
It does not matter where we go as long as we go and go boldly, whether that be in outer space or in the mines of Chile. Editorial J R Coll Physicians Edinb 2010; 40:290-1  ...  The Chileans exemplified the bold pursuit of knowledge and showed uncanny wisdom and innovation in how they acquired the answers they needed in order to execute a successful rescue.  ...  As physicians we understand that the pursuit of knowledge is worth the cost, and that it pays many dividends in the future.  ... 
doi:10.4997/jrcpe.2010.413 pmid:21132131 fatcat:zgcimtnegzdt5gq3xaj2qhdwte

Page 10 of Psychological Monographs Vol. 1, Issue 4 [page]

1897 Psychological Monographs  
Noétics and metaphysic, ethics and esthetics, all center in man as the content of philosophic pursuit.  ...  ‘The systematic answers given by Kant to his supreme question, justify Rosenkranz in likening the Criticism of Reason to the head of Janus in the tem- ple of philosophy—fusing all preceding truth in its  ... 

Page 1 of College and University Journal Vol. 11, Issue 4 [page]

1972 College and University Journal  
This issue of the Journal features people who are real, who are becoming, who are in pursuit. Women, in pursuit of equity.  ...  The public relations counsel, in pursuit of parity in the interest of improved public relationships and understanding.  ... 

Page 10 of Psychological Monographs Vol. 1, Issue 4 [page]

1897 Psychological Monographs  
Noétics and metaphysic, ethics and esthetics, all center in man as the content of philosophic pursuit.  ...  ‘The systematic answers given by Kant to his supreme question, justify Rosenkranz in likening the Criticism of Reason to the head of Janus in the tem- ple of philosophy—fusing all preceding truth in its  ... 

Page 110 of McBride's Magazine Vol. 42, Issue [page]

1888 McBride's Magazine  
He wrote that he had intended to have “some fun” during his late visit to New York, and had answered “heaps” of advertise- ments in pursuit of that intention.  ...  There was nothing to startle me in the visit, although I wondered continually why he did not approach the real object of the interview.  ... 

Page 553 of The Philosophical Review Vol. 54, Issue 6 [page]

1945 The Philosophical Review  
Is the world disclosed by science unqualifiedly real as it stands, or is it but a world of ap- pearance in comparison with a more ultimate and comprehensive realm disclosed by religion?  ...  Positivism itself, with whose strictures on metaphysics we began, proposes its own answer to this question; the answer is in effect that since there is no way of specifying what a religious doctrine means  ... 

Page 7 of Journal of Philosophy of Education Vol. 41, Issue 1 [page]

2007 Journal of Philosophy of Education  
compared to the ‘real life’ situation it is meant to represent, the means one is permitted to use in the pursuit of an answer and the type of answers acceptable.  ...  Here, the ‘real life’ situation that the students are participating in is a fest situation, and in this situation they are then given problems describing other situations ofreal life’.  ... 

Page 178 of Ethics Vol. 58, Issue 3 [page]

1948 Ethics  
What we have, in fact, is an assertion of the excellence of these pursuits, with- out any real indication of the way we recognize this excellence or how it is re- quired by Green’s theory.  ...  them; it is a “falsely ab- stract view of virtue to take no account of the end in pursuit of which the self is devoted.”’  ... 

Page 564 of Thought Vol. 16, Issue 62 [page]

1941 Thought  
The book is prefaced by an introductory chapter in which Mr. Joad states the problem and outlines the kind of answer he intends to give.  ...  Hence hedonism in ethics and totalitarianism in politics. To avoid these consequences Mr. Joad suggests that the status of matter as a real is very dubious.  ... 

Page 16 of The American Economic Review Vol. 16, Issue SUPPLEMENT [page]

1926 The American Economic Review  
Who got the T most out \ study of real wages can at best contribute only | a part of 1 iry for a complete answer.  ...  Eastern civilizations r hand tend to measure values in terms of | velease fror tive effort; to measure the worthwhileness of life in terms of t portion of time devoted to pursuits other than the productio  ... 
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