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Statistical Science Meets Philosophy of Science Part 2: Shallow versus Deep Explorations
Inability to clearly defend against the criticisms of frequentist methods has turned many a frequentist away from venturing into foundational battlegrounds. Conceding the distorted perspectives drawn from overly literal ...
Rhythm in a Sinuous Stanza: The Anatomy and Acoustic Contour of the Latin Alcaic
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2012)
This essay explores the metrical as well as rhythmical aspects of the acoustic contour of the Latin Alcaic, focusing on patterns of natural, audible, performed word accents in coincidence and syncopation with the fixed ...
Psalm Recitation and Post-Secular Time: Augustine, the iPod, and Psalm 90
(The Whitestone Foundation, 2012)
Psalm 90 accommodates multiple understandings and experiences of time, but its compositional coherence balances this diversity with unity. Practices of recitation, reading, and reflection on the Psalms accommodate this ...
Applying differential association theory to online hate groups: a theoretical statement
(Social and Economic Research Association of the Turku Universities, 2012)
In this paper, I will consider how social media can nurture and encourage mass murder within a framework of one of the most prominent and widely supported criminological theories: differential association. I will briefly ...
Secularism and the Question of the ‘Judeo-Christian'
This essay comments on the papers in this special issue, paying special attention to "Judaism," "Christianity," and "Judeo-Christian" in relation to discussions of secularism and civil religion. It attempts an explanation ...