Access your Project MUSE content using one of the login options below Close(X)
Browse Results For:
Vol. 30 (1999/00) through current issue
The Journal of Interdisciplinary History employs the methods and insights of multiple disciplines in the study of past times and to bring a historical perspective to those other disciplines. Each issue features substantive articles, research notes, review essays and book reviews that relate historical study to applied fields such as economics, demographics, politics, sociology and psychology.
Reflections on the metaphysics and epistemology of classification from a distinguished group of philosophers.
Vol. 34 (2001) through current issue
Leonardo, founded in 1968, has become an international channel of communication for artists who use science and developing technologies in their work. With emphasis on the artists' writings, Leonardo is the leading international journal for readers interested in the application of contemporary science and technology in their work. The companion annual journal, Leonardo Music Journal (LMJ) features the latest in music, multimedia art, sound science and technology.
Vol. 10 (2000) through current issue
The companion annual journal to Leonardo, Leonardo Music Journal is devoted to the aesthetic and technical issues in contemporary music and sonic arts. Each thematic issue features artists/writers from around the world, representing a wide range of stylistic viewpoints and includes an audio CD or multimedia CD-ROM. Recent and forthcoming themes include: Power and Responsibility: Politics, Identity and Technology in Music, Southern Cones: Music out of Africa and South America, and Not Necessarily English Music: Britain's Second Golden Age.
Mediation as a Vital Process
An argument for a shift in understanding new media--from a fascination with devices to an examination of the complex processes of mediation.
Introduction and Reason in Common Sense, Volume VII, Book One
Santayana argues that instinct and imagination are crucial to the emergence of reason from chaos.
Externalism and Moral Psychology
A proposal that the cognitive processes that make us moral agents are partially constituted by features of our external environments.
Vol. 31, no. 4 (2000) through current issue
Linguistic Inquiry leads the field in research on current topics in linguistics. The worlds most celebrated linguists publish the most current research on new theoretical developments based on the latest international discoveries. Since 1970, LI has been capturing the excitement of contemporary debate in the field not only by publishing full-scale articles but also by publishing shorter contributions (squibs and discussions) and more extensive commentary (remarks and replies).
Climate Change, Emotions, and Everyday Life
An analysis of why people with knowledge about climate change often fail to translate that knowledge into action.
An argument that patterns of allomorphy reveal that morphology and phonology behave in a way that provides evidence for a Localist theory of grammar.