Mostrando 1-10 de 10 artigos, teses e dissertações.
1. SOBRE EL COLAPSO DE LAS ESTRUCTURAS MATEMÁTICAS Y FÍSICAS EN EL REALISMO ESTRUCTURAL ÓNTICO
ABSTRACT Section 1 introduces what I call the collapse thesis, which holds that the boundaries of mathematical and physical structures blur or even vanish in certain areas of fundamental physics. Section 2 examines the claim that the indispensability of mathematics to fundamental physics requires the adoption of mathematical Platonism, this time concerning t
Kriterion. Publicado em: 29/08/2019
2. ESTRUCTURAS FUNDAMENTALES CONCRETAS
Abstract Several problems in philosophy of physics have led to ‘ontic structural realism’, i. e., the supposition that, at the fundamental physical level, there are no ‘objects’, but ‘structures’. There are various requirements that a ‘structure’ should satisfy for ‘ontic structural realism’. Structures must be concrete entities, there mu
Manuscrito. Publicado em: 31/01/2019
3. UNASUR, Brazil, and the South American defence cooperation: A decade later
Abstract UNASUR and its Defence Council (SADC) were created under a promising scenario of regional cooperation. Almost ten years later, a growing demand for regional cooperation arises, facing, however, low levels of political willingness from local governments. Through the lenses of structural and neoclassical realism, this paper suggests that the lack of s
Rev. bras. polít. int.. Publicado em: 18/01/2018
4. Realismo Estructural Óntico y estructuras físicas
ABSTRACT Ontic Structural Realism (OSR) states that the ontology of the physical world must be (re)conceived in order to take pure structures are its basic entities. Objects and properties must be eliminated in favor of structures. However, its proponents claim that these pure structures are suitable to account of physical reality, either because they identi
Manuscrito. Publicado em: 2017-06
5. Benjamin Cohen on global political order: when Keynes meets realism - and beyond
Abstract This article analyses the trajectory of Benjamin J. Cohen's work by focusing on his ongoing concern with the nature and governance of world order. It does so by playing out his debt to realism and to Keynesianism. In a first moment, Cohen criticises the economic determinism of dependency scholarship, while turning to political realism, and then to p
Contexto int.. Publicado em: 2015-12
6. Pensando em sistemas : abordagens do sistema internacional
O debate acerca do sistema internacional é central à teoria das relações internacionais. Constitui-se também como ponto fundamental ao estabelecimento da própria disciplina de Relações Internacionais em torno de um objeto de estudo consolidado. No entanto, o que se percebe é o desenvolvimento de abordagens concorrentes do termo, de modo que resultam
Publicado em: 2011
7. Unstable boundaries : the global and the local in Karen Tei Yamashita s Through the arc of the rain forest: the global and the local in Karen Tei Yamashita s Through the arc of the rain forest
This study aims at investigating the novel Through the Arc of the Rain Forest (1990) by Asian-American writer Karen Tei Yamashita. The narrative is read as a representation of the contemporary world, in wich mobility takes place in global scale, inducing a state of unstableness of the traditional boundaries that surround our physical and non-physical spaces.
Publicado em: 2006
8. Fotojornalismo e a ficcionalidade no cotidiano / The fictionalizing of the quotidian on photojournalism
The purpose of the present study is to draw into a rare category of photojournalism - the literary image -which is able to offer the printed media evidences of new contemporary facts. The literary image unfolds itself beyond the traditional informative value of photojournalism. It blends the archaic journalistic categories - information, opinion, interpretat
Publicado em: 2006
9. A dynamic model of social network formation
We consider a dynamic social network model in which agents play repeated games in pairings determined by a stochastically evolving social network. Individual agents begin to interact at random, with the interactions modeled as games. The game payoffs determine which interactions are reinforced, and the network structure emerges as a consequence of the d
The National Academy of Sciences.
10. Simulation, experiment, and evolution: Understanding nucleation in protein S6 folding
In this study, we explore nucleation and the transition state ensemble of the ribosomal protein S6 using a Monte Carlo (MC) Go model in conjunction with restraints from experiment. The results are analyzed in the context of extensive experimental and evolutionary data. The roles of individual residues in the folding nucleus are identified, and the order of e
National Academy of Sciences.