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To be or not to be constructive, that is not the question

Sam Sanders
2018 Indagationes mathematicae  
In particular, we challenge the 'binary' view that mathematics is either constructive or not.  ...  Intuitively, the predicate 'x is standard' typical of Nonstandard Analysis can be interpreted as 'x is computable', giving rise to computable (and sometimes constructive) mathematics obtained directly  ...  First of all, set theory for instance typically does not deal with questions like 'What is a set?' or the meaning of the symbol '∈' for elementhood.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.indag.2017.05.005 fatcat:ssfs6tio7vfxdpbhxz4ka5gcsy

Management educators in practice: to be critical or not to be critical, that is the question

Judith Breen
2017 The Irish Journal of Management  
The research found that there was a common theme about criticality relating to questioning taken-for-granted assumptions about management and its practices.  ...  In doing so, it enlightens the management educator further as to what it means to be critical.  ...  Patrick got the student to question how he had arrived at the conclusion that management does not care.  ... 
doi:10.1515/ijm-2017-0012 fatcat:bnntoklptjdy3iydnubiyysj5m

To Be or Not To Be in Office Again, That is the Question Political Business Cycles with Local Governments

Rui Nuno Baleiras, Jose da Silva Costa
2001 Social Science Research Network  
The empirical plausibility of theoretical predictions is then tested on Portuguese municipal data ranging from 1977 to 1993.  ...  The empirical plausibility of theoretical predictions is then tested on Portuguese municipal data ranging from 1977 to 1993.  ...  Our paper hopes, therefore, to work out the implications of a simultaneous consideration of the two feasible electoral outcomes: to be or not to be in office in the following term.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.881824 fatcat:5h3ywykbwndevhrrsoe4edkcnu

To be or not to be (e)sports? That is not the question! Why and how sport and exercise psychology could research esports

Oliver Leis, Charlotte Raue, Dennis Dreiskämper, Franziska Lautenbach
2021 German Journal of Exercise and Sport Research  
Our aim is not to further fuel this debate but rather to argue that to be or not to be sport is not the most important question from a scientific perspective.  ...  The German Olympic Sport Federation (DOSB) and the German Society for Sport Sciences (DVS) recently stated that esports should not be integrated into the canon of sport.  ...  The authors would like to thank the entire group of the Department of Sport and Exercise Psychology Leipzig for their valuable and constructive feedback on an earlier version of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12662-021-00715-9 fatcat:mztkqbsvjfd4lergd5blekdt6y

To be (physically active) or not to be? That is the question! Special educational needs, physical education and leisure lifestyles

Anthony Maher
2015 Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events  
The aim of this short article is to debate the potential impact of the 2014 national curriculum physical education (NCPE) on the long-term participation in physical activity as an aspect of the leisure  ...  considered by government, schools, service providers or academics.  ...  Whether PE teachers are facilitating peer-led exclusion or actively challenging it is not clear from the data available.  ... 
doi:10.1080/19407963.2015.1060561 fatcat:77aq3fjfdbeebdkyigoqymyjse

To Be or Not to Be

Isaac Sakinofsky
2014 Canadian journal of psychiatry  
Acknowledgements Dr Sakinofsky has no funding or conflicts of interest to declare. The Canadian Psychiatric Association proudly supports the In Review series by providing an honorarium to the authors.  ...  He points out that these findings may not be generalizable to the community or primary care.  ...  are likely to take their lives and at what point and for which To Be or Not to Be reasons?  ... 
doi:10.1177/070674371405900302 pmid:24881159 pmcid:PMC4079125 fatcat:qd75huniufdq7abu3ma7ocgisu

To Be or Not to Be Comprehensive

K. Grumbach
2015 Annals of Family Medicine  
T hat is the question.  ...  Is "to be or not to be comprehensive" simply an existential drama among Hamlets in family medicine who are grieving the passing of an era and having trouble adapting to a changing health care environment  ... 
doi:10.1370/afm.1788 pmid:25964396 pmcid:PMC4427413 fatcat:e7ips3dcjfgeplz4uxikebo3ya

Anatomy: To Be or Not to Be

Ivan E. Wallin
1943 Academic Medicine  
{ 240 } Anatomy: To Be or Not to Be Ivan E.  ...  Technically, anatomy is concerned with structure, but that does not imply that the subject of anatomy or the study of anatomy must be a cataloging or recording of the parts of the body.  ... 
doi:10.1097/00001888-194307000-00006 fatcat:ni45qqub2neebbtiwonx36c23e

To be or not to be (Hispanic or Latino)

Helen Marrow
2003 Ethnicities  
/Latino' population prompts a re-evaluation of who the group includes (and why or why not), as well as a reassessment of African American/Latino positions and relations in the US ethno-racial hierarchy  ...  That Hispanic/Latino classification continues to conflate race and immigrant status as US-bound immigration from Latin America has increased, expanded, and raised the foreign-born share of the US 'Hispanic  ...  Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1468796803003004001 fatcat:baeqc5d2n5heleueua5yon2x5i

To Be (a State) or Not to Be?

Robert Heinsch, Giulia Pinzauti
2020 Journal of International Criminal Justice  
It argues that, as a matter of law, the requirement of effective government should not be interpreted strictly.  ...  One of the traditional criteria for statehood under the Montevideo Convention is that an entity possesses an 'effective government'.  ...  To Be (a State) or Not to Be?  ... 
doi:10.1093/jicj/mqaa048 fatcat:tv5m66lyfbbpbhvc7xi62o4osy

To Be or Not to Be a (Dead) Father

Maria Aristodemou
2017 Journal of International Dispute Settlement  
, knowledge: Hamlet not only knows of the father's death, he also knows that the father knows.  ...  Hamlet's tragedy, it suggests, is characteristically modern not because Hamlet unconsciously desired to do what Oedipus consciously did, but because of the added ingredient of Hamlet's, and of the father's  ...  The signifier is, first and foremost, imperative'. 13 For Hamlet and for all of us, subjectivity arises 'at the level of the signifier, of the to be or not to be, at the level of his being.' 14 Lacan  ... 
doi:10.1093/jnlids/idx010 fatcat:x6pjcyoejjarvbtn3hugtzrknm

Sculpture: "To Be or Not to Be" a Sculptor

W. P. Lockington
1900 The Collector and Art Critic  
the wagon is being loaded with hay.  ...  The works date from the mid--seventeenth to the early twentieth centuries. We encourage people to read and share the Early Journal Content openly and to tell others that this resource exists.  ...  The education being confined to mental con ceptions and to the words embodying them, it is not strange that with most people the interest in a picture is solely a "literary" one, addressed to the subject  ... 
doi:10.2307/25435394 fatcat:tlk5n4avszhblnda5ca4jpiq2u

Directors' Generous Remuneration: to be or not to be Paid?

Zoher Adenwala
1991 Bond Law Review  
This article is an attempt to determine the directors' right in various situations in which they may claim to be paid and the extent to which the Corporations Law controls the amount of directors' remuneration  ...  Not only may directors be paid enormous salaries but these are often supplemented by generous pension rights and a wide range of non-monetary benefits, either free of charge or on very favourable term.  ...  or not the director is to be paid.  ... 
doi:10.53300/001c.5228 fatcat:wtarzervi5entpwt5ipmidzvbq

To be or not to be your son's father/mother

Sami Ben Salamh, Zouheir Maalej, Mohammed Alghbban
2018 Pragmatics: Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association  
Capitalizing on the theory of Idealized Cognitive Model, the article defends the view that the two systems display Idealized models, which are central to the system, and non-Idealized models, which are  ...  peripheral to it.  ...  However, it should be noted that the raison-d'être of the teknonym may not only be progeny, i.e. the fact that a male or female has given birth to a child in order to hold his or her name.  ... 
doi:10.1075/prag.00001.ben fatcat:746n2ghupbhw5fndctdcocc6iq

To Be or Not to Be: Social Justice in Networked Learning

2019 Education Sciences  
It is argued that the mediated experience in online spaces should be conceptualised in tandem with one's social presence and social absence if education is to be studied more rigorously and if claims of  ...  The potential for more egalitarian or democratic forms of engagements among people is accepted to be somehow actualised naturally within collaborative or cooperative forms of learning.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The author declares no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci9040261 fatcat:2je2oy4mezbdtf6zirxhos3cbu
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