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  1. Ιω καλλιθυεσσα.F. Jacoby - 1922 - Hermes 57 (3):366-374.
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    Data identity and perspectivism.Franklin Jacoby - 2020 - Synthese 198 (12):11695-11711.
    This paper uses several case studies to suggest that two prominent definitions of data do not on their own capture how scientists use data and a novel perspectival account of data is needed. It then outlines some key features of what this account could look like. Those prominent views, the relational and representational, do not fully capture what data are and how they function in science. The representational view is insensitive to the scientific context in which data are used. The (...)
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    XPHΣΤοΥΣ ΠοΙΕΙΝ (Aristotle fr. 592 R.).F. Jacoby - 1944 - Classical Quarterly 38 (1-2):15-.
    Plutarch, Aet. Graec. 5, p. 292 B: “Τνεσ ο παρ' ‘Αρκσι κα δακεδσιμονοισ χρηοτο;” δακεδαιμνιοι Τεγεταισ διαλλαγντεσ ποισαντο συνθκασ κα στλην π' 'αλΑειι κοινν νστησαν, ν ι μετ τν γγραπται Μεσσηνουσ κβαλεν κ τσ χρασ κα μ ξεναι χρηστοσ ποιεν. ξηγομενοσ ον 'αριστοτελησ τοτο πησι δυνασθαι το μ ποκτιννναι βοηθενασ χριν τοσ λακωνιζονσιν τν Τεγεατν.
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    ΓΕΝΕΣΙΑ A Forgotten Festival of the Dead.F. Jacoby - 1944 - Classical Quarterly 38 (3-4):65-75.
    In the Antiatticista, as we call the scanty excerpt of a lexicon of the second century A.D., so abbreviated as to be often unintelligible, we find on p. 86. 20 the following article: Γενέσια оσης тε έоρтς &lsqbтς&rsqb δημотελоũς 〈έν &rsquoΑθήνααις, ΒоB7δρоγιѿνоς ΠέμΠтηι, Γενέσια καλоυένμς, καθόтι øησί Φιλόχоρоς καί Σόλων έν тоȊς &rsquoΑξоσι, καί тς тоũ όνόμαтоς χρήσεως оσης &rsquoΕλλ:ηνικς, тί κιλúει μή μόνоν έΠ тς δημотελоũς έоρтς á»á καί έΠί тςίδίας έκáσтоυ тáσσεσθα&iota. What rouses our interest in this note (...)
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  5. Xphστουσ ποιειν.F. Jacoby - 1944 - Classical Quarterly 38 (1-2):15-16.
    Plutarch, Aet. Graec. 5, p. 292 B: “Τνεσ ο παρ' ‘Αρκσι κα δακεδσιμονοισ χρηοτο;” δακεδαιμνιοι Τεγεταισ διαλλαγντεσ ποισαντο συνθκασ κα στλην π' 'αλΑειι κοινν νστησαν, ν ι μετ τν γγραπται Μεσσηνουσ κβαλεν κ τσ χρασ κα μ ξεναι χρηστοσ ποιεν. ξηγομενοσ ον 'αριστοτελησ τοτο πησι δυνασθαι το μ ποκτιννναι βοηθενασ χριν τοσ λακωνιζονσιν τν Τεγεατν.
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    Some Remarks on Ion of Chios.F. Jacoby - 1947 - Classical Quarterly 41 (1-2):1-.
    For the life of the poet Ion we have more certain dates than for most of the Other writers of the fifth century. He produced his first tragedy in the 82nd Olympiad, 452after the death of Perikles and when the revolt of Lesbos was imminent7dgr; 'Aa fact which seems significant of the position which Athens had won for herself by the foundation of the Delian League. At the same time this fact clearly indicates that his father Orthomenes, whom they called (...)
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  7. Zwei Doppelfassungen im Juvenaltext.F. Jacoby - 1959 - Hermes 87 (4):449-462.
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    Perspectivism in Science.Franklin Jacoby - 2022 - Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
    Perspectivism in Science Perspectivism, or perspectival realism, has been discussed in philosophy for many centuries, but as a view about science, it is a twenty-first-century topic. Although it has taken many forms and even though there is no agreed definition, perspectivism at its heart uses a visual metaphor to help us understand the scope and … Continue reading Perspectivism in Science →.
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    The Date of Archilochos.F. Jacoby - 1941 - Classical Quarterly 35 (3-4):97-.
    In determining the time of Archilochos it is useless to begin with the eclipse—an event which strongly appeals to the modern mind, as it seems open to exact astronomical and mathematical computation. Even granted from the first and as a matter of course that Archilochos saw the eclipse and that it was total or nearly total in the place where he saw it, there are two objections: the astronomical data for the two eclipses of 711 B.C. and 648 B.C. are (...)
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  10. Ein Irrtum des Herodot.F. Jacoby - 1925 - Hermes 60 (3):371-372.
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  11. Ein Rhodischer Schriftsteller.F. Jacoby - 1910 - Hermes 45 (2):310-311.
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  12. Ein Selbstzeugnis des Terenz.F. Jacoby - 1909 - Hermes 44 (3):362-369.
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  13. Eine Vergessene Horazemendation.F. Jacoby - 1914 - Hermes 49 (3):454-463.
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  14. Herodotinterpolation aus ΛΥΔΙΑΚΑ.F. Jacoby - 1916 - Hermes 51 (3):477-478.
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  15. Hesiodstudien zur Theogonie.F. Jacoby - 1926 - Hermes 61 (2):157-191.
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  16. Jesus bei Josephus.F. Jacoby - 1916 - Hermes 51 (1):159-160.
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  17. P. Ox. 1801 Und Phylarchos.F. Jacoby - 1923 - Hermes 58 (2):239-240.
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  18. Studien zu den älteren griechischen Elegikern. I. Zu Tyrtaios.F. Jacoby - 1918 - Hermes 53 (1):1-44.
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  19. Studien zu den älteren griechischen Elegikern. II. Zu Mimnermos.F. Jacoby - 1918 - Hermes 53 (3):262-307.
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  20. 10. Tacitus Ann. 2,5.F. Jacoby - 1928 - Philologus: Zeitschrift für Antike Literatur Und Ihre Rezeption 84 (1-4).
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  21. Zur Arbeitsweise des Properz.F. Jacoby - 1909 - Hermes 44 (2):304-309.
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  22. Zur Topographie der Schlacht bei Salamis.F. Jacoby - 1931 - Philologus: Zeitschrift für Antike Literatur Und Ihre Rezeption 86 (1-4):372-373.
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    Acids and Rust: A New Perspective on the Chemical Revolution.Franklin Jacoby - 2021 - Perspectives on Science 29 (2):215-236.
    This paper uses scientific perspectivism as a lens for understanding acid experiments from the Chemical Revolution. I argue that this account has several advantages over several recent interpretations of this period, interpretations that do not neatly capture some of the historical experiments on acids. The perspectival view is distinctive in that it avoids discontinuity, allows for the rational resolution of disagreement, and is sensitive to the historical epistemic context.
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    Pausanias viii. 45. 1.F. Jacoby - 1946 - The Classical Review 60 (01):19-.
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    The Date of Archilochos1.F. Jacoby - 1941 - Classical Quarterly 35 (3-4):97-109.
    In determining the time of Archilochos it is useless to begin with the eclipse—an event which strongly appeals to the modern mind, as it seems open to exact astronomical and mathematical computation. Even granted from the first and as a matter of course that Archilochos saw the eclipse and that it was total or nearly total in the place where he saw it, there are two objections: the astronomical data for the two eclipses of 711 B.C. and 648 B.C. are (...)
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  26. Theognis.E. L. Highbarger & F. Jacoby - 1936 - American Journal of Philology 57 (2):221.
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  27. Das Prooemium des Lucretius.F. Jacoby - 1921 - Hermes 56 (1):1-65.
     
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    Are Cavellian criteria compatible with Wittgensteinian criteria?Franklin Jacoby - unknown
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    The Authorship of the Hellenica of Oxyrhynchus.F. Jacoby - 1950 - Classical Quarterly 44 (1-2):1-.
    In re-opening the case of the authorship of the Hellenica of Oxyrhynchus I am afraid I must state at once that you will find that there is not much in it, at least nothing new. The few pages, recently published by Vittorio Bartoletti, from a papyrus book which evidently contained the same work as P. Oxy. 842 have not changed the state of the problem. They confirm the two primary facts known about the author in question: that he is a (...)
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    Index locorum.E. A. Barber, J. Barns, H. D. Broadhead, A. M. Dale, D. Daube, K. J. Dover, J. A. Faris, P. Fraser, A. Hudson-Williams & F. Jacoby - unknown - Diogenes 8 (284-6):30.
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    Recent Work in Ancient PoliticsAtthis: The Local Chronicles of Ancient AthensThe Athenian Expounders of the Sacred and Ancestral Law.Moses Hadas, Felix Jacoby & J. H. Oliver - 1952 - Journal of the History of Ideas 13 (1):110.
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    The Authorship of the Hellenica of Oxyrhynchus1.F. Jacoby - 1950 - Classical Quarterly 44 (1-2):1-11.
    In re-opening the case of the authorship of the Hellenica of Oxyrhynchus I am afraid I must state at once that you will find that there is not much in it, at least nothing new. The few pages, recently published by Vittorio Bartoletti, from a papyrus book which evidently contained the same work as P. Oxy. 842 have not changed the state of the problem. They confirm the two primary facts known about the author in question: that he is a (...)
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    Exploratory modeling and indeterminacy in the search for life.Franklin R. Jacoby - 2022 - European Journal for Philosophy of Science 12 (2):1-20.
    The aim of this article is to use a model from the origin of life studies to provide some depth and detail to our understanding of exploratory models by suggesting that some of these models should be understood as indeterminate. Models that are indeterminate are a type of exploratory model and therefore have extensive potential and can prompt new lines of research. They are distinctive in that, given the current state of scientific understanding, we cannot specify how and where the (...)
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    Die Alexandergeschichte des Anaximenes.F. Jacoby - 1923 - Hermes 58 (4):457-458.
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    Some Remarks on Ion of Chios.F. Jacoby - 1947 - Classical Quarterly 41 (1-2):1-17.
    For the life of the poet Ion we have more certain dates than for most of the Other writers of the fifth century. He produced his first tragedy in the 82nd Olympiad, 452–448 B.C., another in the year of the archon Epameinon 429/428 B.C. —after the death of Perikles and when the revolt of Lesbos was imminent—and his death is fixed for us by a passage in the Peace of Aristophanes, which we may well call an obituary, in summer 422 (...)
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    Evidence, justification, and epistemic standards.Franklin Jacoby - 2023 - Synthese 201 (2):1-18.
    Epistemic standards purport to tell us under what conditions we should adopt specific beliefs. In the scientific case, we might understand an epistemic standard as telling us what beliefs we should or even must adopt when faced with such-and-such evidence. It is an open question whether and to what extent science, or scientists, form beliefs based upon standards so construed. Epistemic relativism gives two strong arguments against a robust role for epistemic standards in science. This paper assesses these arguments and (...)
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