Results for 'Aino Lahdenranta'

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    Smithian Sentimentalism Anticipated: Pufendorf on the Desire for Esteem and Moral Conduct.Heikki Haara & Aino Lahdenranta - 2018 - Journal of Scottish Philosophy 16 (1):19-37.
    In this paper, we argue that Samuel Pufendorf's works on natural law contain a sentimentalist theory of morality that is Smithian in its moral psychology. Pufendorf's account of how ordinary people make moral judgements and come to act sociably is surprisingly similar to Smith's. Both thinkers maintain that the human desire for esteem, manifested by resentment and gratitude, informs people of the content of central moral norms and can motivate them to act accordingly. Finally, we suggest that given Pufendorf's theory (...)
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    Unemployment, Employability and COVID19: How the Global Socioeconomic Shock Challenged Negative Perceptions Toward the Less Fortunate in the Australian Context.Aino Suomi, Timothy P. Schofield & Peter Butterworth - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
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    Ainos: Its History and Coinage 474–341 B.C. By J. M. F. May. Pp. Xvi + 288. 10 Pll., 4 Maps. London: Geoffrey Cumberlege, 1950. 25s. [REVIEW]G. K. Jenkins & J. M. F. May - 1952 - Journal of Hellenic Studies 72:158-158.
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    Moving in Semantic Space in Prodromal and Very Early Alzheimer's Disease: An Item-Level Characterization of the Semantic Fluency Task.Aino M. Saranpää, Sasa L. Kivisaari, Riitta Salmelin & Sabine Krumm - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The semantic fluency task is a widely used clinical tool in the diagnostic process of Alzheimer's disease. The task requires efficient mapping of the semantic space to produce as many items as possible within a semantic category. We examined whether healthy volunteers and patients with early Alzheimer's disease take advantage of and travel in the semantic space differently. With focus on the animal fluency task, we sought to emulate the detailed structure of the multidimensional semantic space by utilizing word2vec-method from (...)
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  5. Repair Receipts: On Their Motivation and Interactional Import.Aino Koivisto - 2019 - Discourse Studies 21 (4):398-420.
    This article discusses a less-studied aspect of repair sequences in conversation, that is, their exit phases. It will be argued that while the most common way of exiting is a resumption of the main activity straight after requested repair, sometimes specific receipt objects are also needed. The focus of the article is on the use of these repair receipts. Two types of motivation for using them as exit devices are discussed: prolongation of the repair sequence and the repairers’ critical stance (...)
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    Ainos J. M. F. May: Ainos, its History and Coinage, 474–341 B.C. Pp. Xviii + 288; 10 Plates, 2 Maps. London: Oxford University Press, 1950. Cloth, 25s. Net. [REVIEW]Charles Seltman - 1951 - The Classical Review 1 (3-4):225-227.
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    Ainoe.W. J. Verdenius - 1962 - Mnemosyne 15 (4):389-389.
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  8. Ephraim of Ainos at Work: A Cycle of Epigrams in the Margins of Niketas Choniates.Julián Bértola - 2021 - Byzantinische Zeitschrift 114 (3):929-1000.
    This article offers the first critical edition of a cycle of epigrams found in the margins of six manuscripts of Niketas Choniates’ History. This paper also proposes the attribution of the poems to Ephraim of Ainos, an author mainly known for his verse chronicle, which has Niketas Choniates as a source. Our poems occur in a group of manuscripts which we already knew Ephraim had used for his chronicle. Many formal parallels between the epigrams and the chronicle point to the (...)
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  9. Functional Polymorphisms in Oxytocin and Dopamine Pathway Genes and the Development of Dispositional Compassion Over Time: The Young Finns Study.Henrik Dobewall, Aino Saarinen, Leo-Pekka Lyytikäinen, Liisa Keltikangas-Järvinen, Terho Lehtimäki & Mirka Hintsanen - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    Background: We define compassion as an enduring disposition that centers upon empathetic concern for another person's suffering and the motivation to act to alleviate it. The contribution of specific candidate genes to the development of dispositional compassion for others is currently unknown. We examine candidate genes in the oxytocin and dopamine signaling pathways.Methods: In a 32-year follow-up of the Young Finns Study, we examined with multiple indicators latent growth curve modeling the molecular genetic underpinnings of dispositional compassion for others across (...)
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    Teachers’ Views of Curriculum Policy: The Case of Estonia.Maria Erss, Rain Mikser, Erika Löfström, Aino Ugaste, Vadim Rõuk & Juta Jaani - 2014 - British Journal of Educational Studies 62 (4):393-411.
  11. Biography, Fiction, and the Archilochean "Ainos".Elizabeth Irwin - 1998 - Journal of Hellenic Studies 118:177-183.
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    “Machiavellian” Instruction: Why Hesiod’s Ainos Has No Moral.Paul O’Mahoney - 2017 - The European Legacy 22 (6):687-696.
    Hesiod’s fable of the hawk and the nightingale, addressed to kings, notoriously has no moral. Its depiction of a hawk carrying off a nightingale, preaching the futility of either resistance or pleading, appears to communicate the counsel, commonly designated as “Machiavellian,” that a ruler must know how to imitate a beast as well as a man. Such instruction—which advises that unjust actions are justifiable and necessary for a ruler—is clearly at odds with Hesiod’s explicit exhortations to his brother Perses to (...)
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    Associations Between Early Childcare Environment and Different Aspects of Adulthood Sociability: The 32-Year Prospective Young Finns Study.Elli Oksman, Tom Rosenström, Kia Gluschkoff, Aino Saarinen, Mirka Hintsanen, Laura Pulkki-Råback, Jorma Viikari, Olli Tuomas Raitakari & Liisa Keltikangas-Järvinen - 2019 - Frontiers in Psychology 10.
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    La chronique familiale du Parisinus gr. 1601 et l'identité de son rédacteur.Stephanos Efthymiadis & Andréas Mazarakis - 2010 - Byzantinische Zeitschrift 102 (2):615-625.
    Codex Parisinus graecus 1601 preserves an anonymous family chronicle covering the years 1446–1458 which records in some detail the dates of its author's marriage and the birth of his children. Apart from restoring some readings from its previous recent edition, this article proposes an identification of the anonymous author with Ioannes Kanaboutzes. A scholar with historiographical interests, he is documented as a native of Phocaea and close associate of the Gattelusio, the Genoese rulers of the adjacent island of Lesbos. He (...)
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    The Rhetoric of the Victim: Odysseus in the Swineherd's Hut.Ben King - 1999 - Classical Antiquity 18 (1):74-93.
    This paper explores some aspects of the complex narrative strategies employed by Odysseus in his lying tale to Eumaios . Odysseus' fictional autobiography is an ethical parable, designed to commend and validate the very principles of hospitality that Eumaios most cherishes. In the tale, Zeus, god of guests, punishes those who violate hospitality and protects those who depend upon it, bringing the beggar ultimately to the worthy swineherd. In adopting the persona of the wandering immigrant or outsider , Odysseus makes (...)
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    Two Men in a Boat: Antiphon, on the Murder of Herodes 42.Steven Lattimore - 1987 - Classical Quarterly 37 (02):502-.
    Antiphon, in his fifth oration, relates that c. 422–413 B.C. Euxitheos, a young Mytilenean, and Herodes, probably an Athenian cleruch in Mytilene, embarked together on a ship bound from Mytilene for Ainos in Thrace. Shortly after they left port, a storm forced them to put into an unnamed harbour in Methymnian territory. The two men left their uncovered ship to take shelter in a covered one; whether others from their own ship went with them is not indicated. During the night, (...)
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    On the Date of Antiphon's Fifth Oration.P. S. Breuning - 1937 - Classical Quarterly 31 (2):67-70.
    Antiphon's speech on the murder of Herodes has been variously dated by several scholars, but all seem to agree that it was delivered a good many years after the revolt and recapture of Mytilene. According to this opinion the speaker in § 74 declares himself too young to know much of what happened in those days. Before going into this more carefully, it seems necessary to visualize the situation of the accused man. In order to achieve this the best we (...)
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    Lapse maailma kaardistamine.Mari Niitra - 2011 - Sign Systems Studies 39 (2/4):248-248.
    The article regards children’s literature as a certain cultural tool. This approach enables to reveal various characteristic aspects of the poetics of children’s literature, while relating them to children’s cognitive and cultural development. Focusing on a book series Paula’s Life by Estonian author Aino Pervik, it can be seen how two different ways of understanding — the initial, so-called mythological type of thinking of preschoolers and the emerging conceptual thinking — are combined. The article draws mostly on the concepts (...)
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    Mapping the Child’s World: The Cognitive and Cultural Function of Proper Names in the Book Series Paula’s Life.Mari Niitra - 2011 - Sign Systems Studies 39 (2/4):224-247.
    The article regards children’s literature as a certain cultural tool. This approach enables to reveal various characteristic aspects of the poetics of children’sliterature, while relating them to children’s cognitive and cultural development. Focusing on a book series Paula’s Life by Estonian author Aino Pervik, it can beseen how two different ways of understanding — the initial, so-called mythological type of thinking of preschoolers and the emerging conceptual thinking — arecombined.The article draws mostly on the concepts of cultural psychology and (...)
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    Когнитивная и культурная функция имени в книжной серии ≪жизнь паулы≫. Резюме.Mari Niitra - 2011 - Sign Systems Studies 39 (2/4):247-248.
    The article regards children’s literature as a certain cultural tool. This approach enables to reveal various characteristic aspects of the poetics of children’sliterature, while relating them to children’s cognitive and cultural development. Focusing on a book series Paula’s Life by Estonian author Aino Pervik, it can beseen how two different ways of understanding — the initial, so-called mythological type of thinking of preschoolers and the emerging conceptual thinking — arecombined.The article draws mostly on the concepts of cultural psychology and (...)
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