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    • Activity analysis for assistive systems 

      İşcen, Ahmet (Bilkent University, 2014)
      Although understanding and analyzing human actions is a popular research topic in computer vision, most of the research has focused on recognizing ”ordinary” actions, such as walking and jumping. Extending these methods ...
    • Beyond principles and programs: an action framework for modeling development 

      Allen, J. W. P.; Bickhard, M. H. (S. Karger AG, 2013)
      Fields focuses on implementation not origins, but the origins of nativism are located in issues about the origins of representations. His narrower focus is on organization of empirical atoms - nativism argues that object ...
    • Dadpool 

      Reese, Rhett; Wernick, Paul (2015-11-16)
    • Hannah Arendt's conceptualizations of evil 

      Shkreli, Etrit (Bilkent University, 2016-01)
      We owe to Hannah Arendt the notion of “radical evil” and “the banality of evil”. The word “evil” appears with a surprising frequency in Arendt’s work, even though she never wrote a theory of evil and she was not a moralist. ...
    • Hell Or High Water 

      Sheridan, Taylor (2016-08-26)
    • Monoid actions, their categorification and applications 

      Erdal, Mehmet Akif (Bilkent University, 2017-01)
      We study actions of monoids and monoidal categories, and their relations with (co)homology theories. We start by discussing actions of monoids via bi-actions. We show that there is a well-defined functorial reverse action ...
    • Three rival views of tradition (Arendt, Oakeshott and MacIntyre) 

      Alexander, J. (Brill, 2012)
      If we define tradition too hastily we leave to one side the question of what the relevance of tradition is for us. Here the concept of tradition is opened up by considering the different views of it taken by Hannah Arendt, ...