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  • Publication . Other literature type . Article . 2011
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Geert Vandermeersche; Ronald Soetaert;
    Publisher: Purdue University (bepress)
    Countries: Belgium, United States

    In their article "Intermediality as Cultural Literacy and Teaching the Graphic Novel" Geert Vandermeersche and Ronald Soetaert argue for the inclusion of the graphic novel for the teaching of cultural literacy and literature. As the printed book is no longer the sole carrier of cultural literacy, Vandermeersche and Soetaert postulate that literary culture must be repositioned in intermedial culture and practices. In order to do so, Vandermeersche and Soetaert apply Werner Wolf's typology of intermediality, aspects of narratology, and scholarship about comics. Following a theoretical discussion they analyze the graphic novel series The Unwritten, a text that thematizes the intermedial nature of (Western) culture today and mediates the function of literature and cultural literacy. Consequently, as Vandermeersche's and Soetaert's analysis suggests, narration incorporates references to and the thematization of other media and literary texts, which, in turn, creates embedded stories that try to link the entire fabric of literary culture together. As such, it changes the way we look at the transfer of cultural literacy to readers and students of literature and culture.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Anneli Baran;
    Publisher: Estonian Literary Museum of Scholarly Press
  • Publication . Article . 2014
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Stefan Groote; Hardi Veermäe; Christian Beck;
    Publisher: IOP Publishing

    Chaotic strings are a class of non-hyperbolic coupled map lattices, exhibiting a rich structure of complex dynamical phenomena with a surprising correspondence to physical contents. In this paper we introduce different types and models for chaotic strings, where 2B-strings with finite length are considered in detail. We demonstrate possibilities to extract renormalized quantities, which are expected to describe essential properties of the string.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Emilia Pawłusz; Abel Polese;
    Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP)

    This article surveys the official narrative on representation of Estonian identity and Estonianness through the tourism strategy implemented by Estonia from 2007 to 2015. Gathering material from brochures and documents targeting foreigners produced by the Estonian Institute and “Enterprise Estonia” (EAS) and analyzing the logic behind the interior design of Tallinn Airport, we engage with current debates on identity construction in post-Soviet spaces. In particular, we suggest that along with an established body of literature looking at the role of state actors in the construction of identity, studies should consider the role of nontraditional or non-state actors in identifying and promoting identity markers.

  • Authors: 
    Jonathan Roper;
    Publisher: Informa UK Limited

    By Herbert Halpert, Edited by J. D. A. Widdowson. Lewiston, Queenston and Lampeter: Edwin Mellen, 2010, 646 pp, Illus, £89.95/$149.95 (hbk), ISBN 978-0-773-41323-8 “This fall,” wrote Stith Thompson...

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Tayfun Kasapoglu; Veronika Kalmus;
    Publisher: Intellect
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Laurence Loewe; Katherine S. Scheuer; Seth A. Keel; Vaibhav Vyas; Ben Liblit; Bret Hanlon; Michael C. Ferris; John Yin; Inês Dutra; Anthony Pietsch; +25 more
    Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Inc.
    Project: NSF | CAREER: Modeling made eas... (1149123), NIH | Institutional Training Gr... (5T32HG002760-12), NIH | Predoctoral Training Prog... (5T32GM007133-47), NIH | Fine-scale recombination,... (5R01GM086445-02)

    Names in programming are vital for understanding the meaning of code and big data. We define code2brain (C2B) interfaces as maps in compilers and brains between meaning and naming syntax, which help to understand executable code. While working toward an Evolvix syntax for general-purpose programming that makes accurate modeling easy for biologists, we observed how names affect C2B quality. To protect learning and coding investments, C2B interfaces require long-term backward compatibility and semantic reproducibility (accurate reproduction of computational meaning from coder-brains to reader-brains by code alone). Semantic reproducibility is often assumed until confusing synonyms degrade modeling in biology to deciphering exercises. We highlight empirical naming priorities from diverse individuals and roles of names in different modes of computing to show how naming easily becomes impossibly difficult. We present the Evolvix BEST (Brief, Explicit, Summarizing, Technical) Names concept for reducing naming priority conflicts, test it on a real challenge by naming subfolders for the Project Organization Stabilizing Tool system, and provide naming questionnaires designed to facilitate C2B debugging by improving names used as keywords in a stabilizing programming language. Our experiences inspired us to develop Evolvix using a flipped programming language design approach with some unexpected features and BEST Names at its core.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Irina Paert; James M. White;
    Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd.
    Country: Russian Federation

    The study of the Orthodox diocese 1 in the Russian Empire has a long and storied tradition. Imbued with significant practical advantages (the ability to identify and select a relatively manageable ...

  • Publication . Article . 2020
    Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Francesco Orsi;
    Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

    In Treatise 2.3.4.5 Hume provides an explanation of why ‘we naturally desire what is forbid, and take a pleasure in performing actions, merely because they are unlawful’. Hume's explanation of this phenomenon has barely received any attention so far. But a detailed analysis bears fruit for both Humean scholarship and contemporary moral psychology. After putting the passage in its context, I explain why desiring and taking pleasure in performing certain actions merely because they are unlawful poses a challenge to Hume's theory of evaluation. Then I propose a solution of the challenge which draws on Hume's treatment of malice, and highlights the role played by comparison and the self in these apparently paradoxical passions. Finally, I distinguish three views in contemporary discussions of desiring something under the guise of the bad (negationism, parasitism, at-face-valuism), and I argue that Hume's account stands out as a particularly plausible version of the third view.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Tõnno Jonuks;
    Publisher: Klaipeda University Press

    REVIEW. Opetatud Eesti Seltsi Toimetised , XXXVI. Edited by H. Valk. Tartu 2007. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/ 10.15181/ab.v15i1.29

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  • Publication . Other literature type . Article . 2011
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Geert Vandermeersche; Ronald Soetaert;
    Publisher: Purdue University (bepress)
    Countries: Belgium, United States

    In their article "Intermediality as Cultural Literacy and Teaching the Graphic Novel" Geert Vandermeersche and Ronald Soetaert argue for the inclusion of the graphic novel for the teaching of cultural literacy and literature. As the printed book is no longer the sole carrier of cultural literacy, Vandermeersche and Soetaert postulate that literary culture must be repositioned in intermedial culture and practices. In order to do so, Vandermeersche and Soetaert apply Werner Wolf's typology of intermediality, aspects of narratology, and scholarship about comics. Following a theoretical discussion they analyze the graphic novel series The Unwritten, a text that thematizes the intermedial nature of (Western) culture today and mediates the function of literature and cultural literacy. Consequently, as Vandermeersche's and Soetaert's analysis suggests, narration incorporates references to and the thematization of other media and literary texts, which, in turn, creates embedded stories that try to link the entire fabric of literary culture together. As such, it changes the way we look at the transfer of cultural literacy to readers and students of literature and culture.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Anneli Baran;
    Publisher: Estonian Literary Museum of Scholarly Press
  • Publication . Article . 2014
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Stefan Groote; Hardi Veermäe; Christian Beck;
    Publisher: IOP Publishing

    Chaotic strings are a class of non-hyperbolic coupled map lattices, exhibiting a rich structure of complex dynamical phenomena with a surprising correspondence to physical contents. In this paper we introduce different types and models for chaotic strings, where 2B-strings with finite length are considered in detail. We demonstrate possibilities to extract renormalized quantities, which are expected to describe essential properties of the string.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Emilia Pawłusz; Abel Polese;
    Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP)

    This article surveys the official narrative on representation of Estonian identity and Estonianness through the tourism strategy implemented by Estonia from 2007 to 2015. Gathering material from brochures and documents targeting foreigners produced by the Estonian Institute and “Enterprise Estonia” (EAS) and analyzing the logic behind the interior design of Tallinn Airport, we engage with current debates on identity construction in post-Soviet spaces. In particular, we suggest that along with an established body of literature looking at the role of state actors in the construction of identity, studies should consider the role of nontraditional or non-state actors in identifying and promoting identity markers.

  • Authors: 
    Jonathan Roper;
    Publisher: Informa UK Limited

    By Herbert Halpert, Edited by J. D. A. Widdowson. Lewiston, Queenston and Lampeter: Edwin Mellen, 2010, 646 pp, Illus, £89.95/$149.95 (hbk), ISBN 978-0-773-41323-8 “This fall,” wrote Stith Thompson...

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Tayfun Kasapoglu; Veronika Kalmus;
    Publisher: Intellect
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Laurence Loewe; Katherine S. Scheuer; Seth A. Keel; Vaibhav Vyas; Ben Liblit; Bret Hanlon; Michael C. Ferris; John Yin; Inês Dutra; Anthony Pietsch; +25 more
    Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Inc.
    Project: NSF | CAREER: Modeling made eas... (1149123), NIH | Institutional Training Gr... (5T32HG002760-12), NIH | Predoctoral Training Prog... (5T32GM007133-47), NIH | Fine-scale recombination,... (5R01GM086445-02)

    Names in programming are vital for understanding the meaning of code and big data. We define code2brain (C2B) interfaces as maps in compilers and brains between meaning and naming syntax, which help to understand executable code. While working toward an Evolvix syntax for general-purpose programming that makes accurate modeling easy for biologists, we observed how names affect C2B quality. To protect learning and coding investments, C2B interfaces require long-term backward compatibility and semantic reproducibility (accurate reproduction of computational meaning from coder-brains to reader-brains by code alone). Semantic reproducibility is often assumed until confusing synonyms degrade modeling in biology to deciphering exercises. We highlight empirical naming priorities from diverse individuals and roles of names in different modes of computing to show how naming easily becomes impossibly difficult. We present the Evolvix BEST (Brief, Explicit, Summarizing, Technical) Names concept for reducing naming priority conflicts, test it on a real challenge by naming subfolders for the Project Organization Stabilizing Tool system, and provide naming questionnaires designed to facilitate C2B debugging by improving names used as keywords in a stabilizing programming language. Our experiences inspired us to develop Evolvix using a flipped programming language design approach with some unexpected features and BEST Names at its core.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Irina Paert; James M. White;
    Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd.
    Country: Russian Federation

    The study of the Orthodox diocese 1 in the Russian Empire has a long and storied tradition. Imbued with significant practical advantages (the ability to identify and select a relatively manageable ...

  • Publication . Article . 2020
    Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Francesco Orsi;
    Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

    In Treatise 2.3.4.5 Hume provides an explanation of why ‘we naturally desire what is forbid, and take a pleasure in performing actions, merely because they are unlawful’. Hume's explanation of this phenomenon has barely received any attention so far. But a detailed analysis bears fruit for both Humean scholarship and contemporary moral psychology. After putting the passage in its context, I explain why desiring and taking pleasure in performing certain actions merely because they are unlawful poses a challenge to Hume's theory of evaluation. Then I propose a solution of the challenge which draws on Hume's treatment of malice, and highlights the role played by comparison and the self in these apparently paradoxical passions. Finally, I distinguish three views in contemporary discussions of desiring something under the guise of the bad (negationism, parasitism, at-face-valuism), and I argue that Hume's account stands out as a particularly plausible version of the third view.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Tõnno Jonuks;
    Publisher: Klaipeda University Press

    REVIEW. Opetatud Eesti Seltsi Toimetised , XXXVI. Edited by H. Valk. Tartu 2007. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/ 10.15181/ab.v15i1.29