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Epistemic Standard Economy

... The Epistemic Standard Economy (and Epistemic Standard of Currency): An economic model ... ...r commerce outside the Fiat-based Macroeconomic model: The Epistemic Standard Economy is less susceptible to inflation (... ...the Fiat-based Macroeconomic model: The Epistemic Standard Economy is less susceptible to inflation (in fact it is defla... ... Investment Details: Investors purchase and trade Epistemic Currency based on Project's Value to Humanity: ... ... Means of Commerce and Exchange: Epistemic Currency can be used for commerce within the curren... ...s network - using a Bitcoin protocol or similar security model. Epistemic Currency can be traded by means of a Digital curren...

Epistemic community (international relations)

...provide a value-based foundation for the actions of members. Members of an epistemic community also share causal beliefs, which result from their anal... ...area of know-how. However, the members are from all different professions. Epistemic communities also have a common set of practices associated with a... ...e made up of only a few members. Even non-members can have an influence on epistemic communities. However, if the community loses consensus, then its ... ...ferences Emergence Epistemic communities came to be because of the rapid professionalization o... ...a means to enhance their autonomy,” (Thomas 1997, 225). Another reason why epistemic communities came to be is that decision makers began turning to e... ...ade agreements. They have also helped in telecommunications agreements and economy issues around the world. In telecommunications, “without the influe... ...ade agreements. They have also helped in telecommunications agreements and economy issues around the world. In telecommunications, “without the influe...

Ludwig Fleck Prize

... 2006. Philip Mirowski. The Effortless Economy of Science? 2005. Peter Keatin... ...Genetic Code 2001. Karin Knorr-Cetina Epistemic Cultures: How the Sciences Make Knowledge ...

Index of philosophy articles (D–H)

...War Episteme Epistemic closure Epistemic commitment ... ... Epistemic commitment Epistemic community Epistemic conservatism ... ... Epistemic conservatism Epistemic justification Epistemic logic ... ... Epistemic logic Epistemic minimalism Epistemic modal logic ... ... Epistemic modal logic Epistemic moods Epistemic possibility ... ... Essays on Some Unsettled Questions of Political Economy Essays, Moral, Political, and Litera...

Christian Lotz

...4, 383-403. “Capitalist Schematization. Political Economy, Exchange, and Objecthood in Adorno,” Zeitschrift für Kritische The... ...Research in Phenomenology, 36/2006, 255-273. “Non-Epistemic Self-Awareness. On Heidegger’s Reading of Kant’s Practical Philos... ...4, 383-403. “Capitalist Schematization. Political Economy, Exchange, and Objecthood in Adorno,” Zeitschrift für Kritische The... ...Research in Phenomenology, 36/2006, 255-273. “Non-Epistemic Self-Awareness. On Heidegger’s Reading of Kant’s Practical Philos...

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International relations

...ing national myths and symbols British International Political Economy British International Studies Association ... ...Emerging power Enemy Energy superpower Epistemic community (international relations) Equal Treatment D... ...Neutral powers during World War II New International Political Economy Next Eleven Non-state actor Noo... ...ing national myths and symbols British International Political Economy British International Studies Association ... ...Emerging power Enemy Energy superpower Epistemic community (international relations) Equal Treatment D... ...Neutral powers during World War II New International Political Economy Next Eleven Non-state actor Noo...

Information economics

...omic theory that studies how information and information systems affect an economy and economic decisions. Information has special characteristics. ... ...sevier, ch. 3, pp. –70. complete information, • Adam Brandenburger, 2008. "epistemic game theory: complete information, " The New Palgrave Dictionary ... ...ier, ch. 4, pp. –107. and incomplete information.• Aviad Heifetz. 2008. "epistemic game theory: incomplete information, "The New Palgrave Dictionary... ...Contract theoryAdverse selectionMoral hazard SignalingScreeningInformation economy Single crossing conditionProduct bundlingGame theory Further rea... ..., 2009. "Wired for Innovation: How information technology is reshaping the economy", , ISBN 0-262-01366-5 ISBN 978-0-262-01366-6Douma, Sytse and Hein ... ... Phillip, 1970. "Information and Consumer Behavior, " Journal of Political Economy, 78(2), p –329._____, 1974. "Advertising as Information, " Journal... ..., p –329._____, 1974. "Advertising as Information, " Journal of Political Economy, 82(4), pp. The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, 2008. 2nd Edi...

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Nicholas Rescher

...eedings of the 7th International Wittgenstein Symposium: 223-231. Propounds an epistemic law of diminishing returns which holds that actual knowledge ... ...cations of Philosophical Diversity. UPP.1988. Rationality. OUP.1989. Cognitive Economy: Economic Perspectives in the Theory of Knowledge. UPP.1989. A ... ...: On the Scope and Limits of Knowledge. SUNY Press.2003. On Leibniz. UPP.2005. Epistemic Logic. UPP.2005. Reason and Reality: Realism and Idealism in ... ...en. Ontos.2012. Philosophical Deliberations. Ontos.2012. On Leibniz. UPP.2012. Epistemic Merit: And Other Essays in Epistemology. Ontos.* American ph...

Network governance

....[11] One particular form of networks important to governance problems is ‘epistemic communities’ in which actors share the same basic casual beliefs ... ...iefs and normative values.[21] (p. 3) Although participation in these epistemic communities requires an interest in the problem at stake, the act... ... ^ Nielsen, K. & Pedersen, O. K. 1988. ‘The Negotiated Economy: Ideal and History’, Scandinavian Political Studies, 11(2): 79–101.... ...20888A025 ^ Haas, P. M. 1992. Introduction: epistemic communities and international policy coordination. Pages 1–35 in ... ....[11] One particular form of networks important to governance problems is ‘epistemic communities’ in which actors share the same basic casual beliefs ... ...iefs and normative values.[21] (p. 3) Although participation in these epistemic communities requires an interest in the problem at stake, the act... ... ^ Nielsen, K. & Pedersen, O. K. 1988. ‘The Negotiated Economy: Ideal and History’, Scandinavian Political Studies, 11(2): 79–101....

Index of ethics articles

... ethics envy epistemic community equality ... ... Moral compass Moral economy Moral equivalence ...

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Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union

... ^ Verdun A., The role of the Delors Committee in the creation of EMU: an epistemic community?, Journal of European Public Policy, Volume 6, Number 2... ... Economy ... ... Economy of Europe ... ... Europe Economy of the European Union ... ... Eurozone crisis Eurozone Economy of the European Union ... ... ^ Verdun A., The role of the Delors Committee in the creation of EMU: an epistemic community?, Journal of European Public Policy, Volume 6, Number 2... ... Economy ...

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European Academy of Sciences

... Professor Surya Prakash (USA), "Beyond Oil and Gas: the Methanol Economy" Doctor Eric Gaffet (FR), "Sol... ... the self-representation of science and its internal values (the so-called epistemic values), the public understanding of science, the role of experti... ... Professor Surya Prakash (USA), "Beyond Oil and Gas: the Methanol Economy" Doctor Eric Gaffet (FR), "Sol... ... the self-representation of science and its internal values (the so-called epistemic values), the public understanding of science, the role of experti...

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Propaganda

... Herman and Chomsky 4.2 Ross' epistemic merit model 4.3 ... ... First presented in their 1988 book Manufacturing Consent: the Political Economy of the Mass Media, the propaganda model views the private media as ... ...lam would be the new filter replacing communism. Ross' epistemic merit model The epistemic merit model is a met... ...the Journal of Aesthetic Education entitled "Understanding Propaganda: The Epistemic Merit Model and Its Application to Art".[16] Ross developed the E... ...ganda is a socially significant group of people. Finally, propaganda is an epistemic struggle to challenge others' thoughts. Ross ... ...apt metaphors (and other literary tropes) are the sorts of things that are epistemically defective... Not only does epistemic defectiveness more accur... ... Chomsky, Noam and Herman, Edward. Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media. New York: Pantheon Books. (1988) ... ... Today, propaganda in China is usually depicted through cultivation of the economy and Chinese nationalism.[82] Propaganda is used...

Social software

...networks they trust, such as a shared political viewpoint. This was called an epistemic filter in the 1993 "State of the Future Report" from the Am... ...e, ActiveWorlds, The Sims Online and There . Economies Very often a real economy emerges in these worlds, extending the non-physical service ec... ...so in increased incentives to cheat. In the case of Second Life, the in-world economy is one of the primary features of the world. Some MMOG companie... ...these persistent links, a permanent community can be formed out of a formerly epistemic community . The ownership and control of these links - who is...

Monetary economics

...ply and interest rates, the price level, and nominal and real output of an economy.[15] monetary impacts on interest rates an... ...tary and financial institutions[24] the political economy of financial regulation and monetary policy[25] ... ...tion in the 1990s and the failure of pure monetary policy to stimulate the economy in the 2001-2003 period. Alan Greenspan, former chairman of the Fed... ...est with or without the Social Contrivance of Money," Journal of Political Economy, 66(6), pp. 467, 481-82.    • John Bryan, 1980... ...all Wright, 1989, "On Money as a Medium of Exchange," Journal of Political Economy 97(4), pp. 927-54.    • _____, 1993. "A Search... ...in. Abstract.          "epistemic game theory: incomplete information" by Aviad Heifetz. Abstract. ...

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Stigmergy

...s into the emergence of large-scale peer production and the growth of gift economy. [9] Under the influence of stigmergy, new form... ...h on Wed, 02/22/2012 A proposal for governance: Concentric User Groups and Epistemic Communities http://wlcentral.org/node/2464 ...

Internalism and externalism

...ue to its social context – the socio-political climate and the surrounding economy determines scientific progress. Internalism in ... ... Le Morvan, Pierre (2005) "A Metaphilosophical Dilemma for Epistemic Externalism", Metaphilosophy 36(5), pp. 688–707. ... ... Pappas, George (2005) "Internalist vs. Externalist Conceptions of Epistemic Justification", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Spring 2...

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Unequal exchange

... A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy ... ...ers for many centuries. It contributed to the "moral science" of political economy, which was originally concerned with the problem of what would be a... ...time or in cost-prices. Marx argues that the "real values" in a capitalist economy take the form of prices of production, defined as the sum of the av... ...abolished, only reduced somewhat. The epistemic criticism revolves around the idea that it is impossible to speci...

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Linguistic anthropology

... Economic Political economy Historical ... ... Performance studies Political economy Practice theory ... ...stors have introduced new ways of conveying knowledge— i.e. new linguistic epistemic markers[13]—and new ways of speaking about time.[15] And they hav...

John Kenneth Galbraith

...books 3.1.1 American economy 3.1.2 New in... ... World War II The United States went into WWII with an economy still not fully recovered from the Great Depression.[13] Because wa... ...es were relatively lower than during the World War I, and that the overall economy grew faster. Steven Pressman, for example, wrote that, "when the co... ...hs later, after Pearl Harbor, he was then appointed to oversee the wartime economy as "price czar," charged with preventing inflation and corrupt pric... ...d with preventing inflation and corrupt price-gouging from devastating the economy as it swelled to produce the weapons and materiel needed to guarant... ...id (2004) The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship: An Examination of Epistemic Autocracy from the 19th to the 21st Century. New York: IUniverse....