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UC Merced Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society Title Stoic Behavior in Hint Seeking when Learning using an Intelligent Tutoring System Publication Date Stoic Behavior in Hint Seeking when Learning using an Intelligent Tutoring System

Kazuhisa Miwa, Hitoshi Terai, Nana Kanzaki, Kazuhisa Miwa, Hitoshi Terai, Nana Kanzaki, Ryuichi Nakaike
2013 Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society   unpublished
Overall, results showed that the participants actually exhibited stoic behavior when learning in an actual classroom setting. Self-fading was more difficult than the keeping-off behavior.  ...  These experimental results were discussed with the assistance dilemma problem, generally occurring in instruction by intelligent tutoring systems.  ...  In this study, we investigate the following two research questions: Do students exhibit stoic behavior in hint seeking when learning with an intelligent tutoring system in classroom settings?  ... 
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Imperial Recognition in the Intellectual Sphere: Christians and Philosophers [chapter]

Niko Huttunen
2020 Early Christians Adapting to the Roman Empire  
Paul, in turn, seeks recognition by adhering to the Stoics in his speech.  ...  An anonymous Christian author around the year 200 criticizes some Christians for treating the Holy Scriptures without fear, eagerly seeking to find syllogisms in the Scriptures instead of learning what  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789004428249_003 fatcat:4uc25soikvfffnsmesiqyvsroy

Philosophy in Literature

Joseph H. Marshburn, Julian L. Ross
1950 Books Abroad  
When Hal mildly hints that purse-snatching is hardly the life for a gentleman, he answers, " 'Tis my vocation, Hal. 'Tis no sin for a man to labor in his vocation."  ...  The purpose which created the universe must exist in an intelligence which is more inclusive than that universe or any of its parts in the external constructive intelligence of a God.  ...  Ferrers Howell, Dante; and Philo Buck, The Golden Thread, pp. 268-298. 2 This system is taken in general from a classification by Plato and Aristotle, with the addition of the particularly Christian  ... 
doi:10.2307/40089633 fatcat:xd3xtdgf5jdtznz6gaepmmka6m

Theories of the Origin of the State in Classical Political Philosophy

Harry Elmer Barnes, Sherwood J. B. Sugden
1924 The Monist  
of intelligence, and with moral qualities which he may use for the worst eends.  ...  In support of this theory he points to the fact that men are so consti- tuted that they spontaneously seek society, even when pos- sessed of an abundance of material wealth and in no need of mutual assistance  ... 
doi:10.5840/monist19243414 fatcat:pq76cofn7vdlvcj5adkjehxswa

Embodiment [chapter]

2017 Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory  
account their motivations, intentions, ableness, and behaviors when interacting with an environment.  ...  ., using self-reports) and show that leaders' general emotional intelligence abilities are correlated with transformational leadership behaviors.  ...  The felt sense of freedom at the individual level is important for all political actions because it is "the freedom that moves us, that makes us take risks. . ." (Freire 1998, p. 102 ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-287-588-4_100335 fatcat:jmp7imwrbbak5iwwkd4rak5gra

Education and Big Data [chapter]

Maggi Savin-Baden
2017 Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory  
account their motivations, intentions, ableness, and behaviors when interacting with an environment.  ...  ., using self-reports) and show that leaders' general emotional intelligence abilities are correlated with transformational leadership behaviors.  ...  The felt sense of freedom at the individual level is important for all political actions because it is "the freedom that moves us, that makes us take risks. . ." (Freire 1998, p. 102 ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-287-588-4_128 fatcat:mwvnoe4hazcm5amh55hse4zose

Unpacking Detracking: When Progressive Pedagogy Meets Students' Social Worlds

Beth C. Rubin
2003 The American Educational Research Journal  
It considers the challenges of teaching for social justice in racially and socioeconomically divided settings, and offers suggestions for practice.  ...  year-long interpretive study of a detracked ninth grade English-History "core" program at a diverse urban high school, focuses on the encounter between the core teachers' progressive teaching practices in  ...  the most organized and stoic of adults.  ... 
doi:10.3102/00028312040002539 fatcat:d4vje4ft25ffxjftz3zycozb6q

Markets and Dignity: The Essential Link (With an Application to Health Care) [chapter]

Mark D. White
2010 Accepting the Invisible Hand  
First, as I have already hinted, it seems an ethical justification of the market will serve us better than any political justification.  ...  Can the Stoics approve of an actual, and not merely some ideal, market system? The Stoic approach succeeds in doing this because its justification is provisional.  ...  Critics use this claim as a strike against markets as they argue that markets both rely on and encourage narrowly self-interested behavior and do not reward much, if anything, of what has historically  ... 
doi:10.1057/9780230114319_1 fatcat:cmfu6si32fh2dbhfdwdsoh6nku

Reply to Critics of "The Problematics of Moral and Legal Theory"

Richard A. Posner
1998 Harvard Law Review  
, as when Anaxagoras, upon learning of his child's death, said, "I was already aware that I had begotten a mortal." 78 There is much valuable psychology in the ethics of Stoicism.  ...  moral tutors of the nation, as Kronman (an Aristotelian, hence one to whom moral preachment de haut en bas comes naturally) would like them to do.  ...  Rawls does not deem persons in the Original Position risk-averse only with respect to political and other noneconomic questions, as Nussbaum suggests." 2 The difference principle, which uses the concept  ... 
doi:10.2307/1342483 fatcat:w2c42ghlv5gcvm2xejdynqqeh4

Reflections On My Years in Psychology [chapter]

David Bakan
2009 History of Psychology in Autobiography  
the US and the political turmoil over the war in Vietnam.  ...  Scholem indicates that the Guide was an influence on the mystics, but he is quite at a loss to indicate the precise way in which it did.  ...  Not until many years later did I learn of the Stoic position that one should study nature, and the act in ways which are agreeable with the nature one has learned about. Rats are Stoics.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-88499-8_2 fatcat:apqxm4wbrjhkheh3umzjamftfi

Ervin Sinkó's Search for Community: The Early Years, 1898-1919

George Deák
2019 Hungarian Cultural Studies  
; eventually, however, Sinkó's experiences within the Soviet Republic's regime prompted him to abandon communism in favor of an idiosyncratic form of Christianity.  ...  From another perspective, this work also traces the concurrent development of Sinkó's personality, from that of an aggressive adolescent to a compassionate adult.  ...  In February 1917, he was sent to Budapest to a military hospital to seek treatment for an illness.  ... 
doi:10.5195/ahea.2019.348 fatcat:x63m5lm5dzcincmaqpi5clxe44

Holisitic Education [chapter]

2017 Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory  
learning in relation to other Da-sein, when teaching; in other words, "to let learn."  ...  Therefore, perceiving language not as a communication tool but as a hint for Being that reveals, calls us, causes us something, changes us, means for schooling a shift in treating or encountering texts  ...  For at the end of European imperialism, European thought is a gift to us all. We can talk of provincializing it only in an anticolonial spirit of gratitude" (2000, p. 255).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-287-588-4_100485 fatcat:bg4t6fvk7jdbferfdatn6bpq24

Issue I (Spring 2012)

Lucia Kim
2017 Dianoia: The Undergraduate Philosophy Journal of Boston College  
The final component, learning from our classmates, is what we want to emphasize.  ...  Boston College is a community of thinkers seeking to discern what lies behind the fog.  ...  Both systems of thought seek to approach the truth hidden in art by standing away from the work in order to truly be with it.  ... 
doi:10.6017/dupjbc.v0ii.10061 fatcat:arik347thjho3cr2scpwterwxu

Interdisciplinary Perspectives [chapter]

2020 Divination in Exile  
The other shown techniques were more offered as a set of well-meant hints. This was done to uncover the behavior of kids in game design and compare it to the ideal of XP.  ...  There is a need to consciously seek out those moments which provide us with the stimulus, sensual or otherwise, which enable us to really empathise with our children in those magic moments when for them  ...  The educational training is accompanied by teachers trying out the aspects of nature-related learning in their school lessons with their classes and small groups.  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789004440784_002 fatcat:xqo3byxvcfbsrfg3unuiajhbta

Nature [chapter]

2017 Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory  
and discuss resources with tutors and other students mediated by conferencing systems or virtual learning environments (Hiltz et al. 2007 ).  ...  Networked learning is: . . .learning in which information and communications technology (ICT) is used to promote connections: between one learner and other learners, between learners and tutors; between  ...  ) scholarship, as Nietzsche criticizes this, along with his 'use' of history, for the sake of the convention of an historical Jesus, thus articulating a putatively 'scientific' but in fact conventionally  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-287-588-4_100675 fatcat:k6nsmzfvfbdkrd274vcmkkd7ey
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