Results for 'Wieslw Mincer'

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  1. Rozprawy Filozoficzne.Tadeusz Czezowski, Zofia Abramowicz, Wieslw Mincer & Leon Guma Nski - 1969
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    Wiesław Mincer.Marcin T. Zdrenka - 2019 - Ruch Filozoficzny 75 (1):165.
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  3. Humanizm przyszłości. ( Humanizm socjalistyczny, wydanie specjalne Studiów Filozoficznych z okazji 25-lecia PRL, PWN, Warszawa 1969, s.448). [REVIEW]Bohdan Mincer - 1970 - Człowiek I Światopogląd 2 (11):126-131.
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  4. Jaspers w Polsce. Przegląd bibliograficzny.Wiesław Mincer - 1990 - Archiwum Historii Filozofii I Myśli Społecznej 35.
  5. Zasada racji (Maria Kostyszak). Przegląd czasopism (W. Mincer).Martin Heidegger - 2004 - Ruch Filozoficzny 3 (3).
     
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    Homosexual Signs.Harold Beaver - 1981 - Critical Inquiry 8 (1):99-119.
    Just consider, for sheer paranoia, the range of synonyms when the mask is ripped, the silence broken, the deferment brutally concluded: angel-face, arse-bandit, auntie, bent, bessie, bugger, bum-banger, bum boy, chicken, cocksucker, daisie, fag, faggot, fairy, flit, fruit, jasper, mincer; molly, nancy boy, nelly, pansy, patapoof, poofter, cream puff, powder puff, queen, queer, shit-stirrer, sissie, swish, sod, turd-burglar, pervert. For Aristophanes, as for Norman Mailer and Mary Whitehouse, buggery equaled coprophagy: a corrupt, destructive, hypocritical, excremental, urban scatology. Heterosexuality equalled (...)
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    Is Irrational Thinking Associated with Lower Earnings and Happiness?Shoko Yamane, Hiroyasu Yoneda & Yoshiro Tsutsui - 2019 - Mind and Society 18 (1):87-104.
    This study investigates the individual outcomes of irrational thinking, including belief in the paranormal and non-scientific thinking. These modes of thinking are identified through factor analysis of eleven questions asked in a large-scale survey conducted in Japan in 2008. Income and happiness are used as measures of individual performance. We propose two hypotheses. Previous studies in finance lead us to consider Hypothesis 1 that both higher belief in the paranormal and non-scientific thinking are associated with lower income. Literature on the (...)
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