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David Carr

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/187226109X12555079162713 Journal of the Philosophy of History 3 (2009) 335–354 brill.nl/jph Experience, Temporality and History David Carr Emory University dcarr@emory.edu Abstract Philosophers’ refl ections on history have been dominated for

Michael Thalbourne

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/008467209X12499946199687 Archive for the Psychology of Religion 31 (2009) 375-386 brill.nl/arp Reports of Paranormal Experiences: Can Transliminality Tell Us Anything About Th em? Michael A. Th albourne University of Adelaide, Adelaide 5005

Daniel Castelo

98119-1950 casted1@spu.edu Abstract Th is article focuses on the possibilities of maintaining divine impassibility for the viability of Pentecostal theology. Th e author integrates both his own experience as a believer and his sensi- bilities as an academic to provide an alternative narration of divine

Cesare Pastorino

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI : 10.1163/157338211X607781 Early Science and Medicine 16 (2011) 542-570 www.brill.nl/esm Weighing Experience: Experimental Histories and Francis Bacon’s Quantitative Program Cesare Pastorino * University of Sussex Abstract Weighing of experience was a

Michael Ferkin

another female. Male meadow voles, however, independent of whether they won, lost, were evenly matched, unfamiliar, or had no previous paired encounter used a similar proportion of marks to over-mark those of male conspecifics. The role of over-marking and the effects of previous social experience are

Michael McVaugh

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/157338209X425524 Early Science and Medicine 14 (2009) 105-130 www.brill.nl/esm e “Experience-Based Medicine” of the irteenth Century Michael McVaugh * University of North Carolina Abstract We should not assume that medieval physicians did not

Wieland, Steidle, Müller and Collatz

is caused by associative learning due to host experience as unconditioned stimulus. Experiments on the durability of the learned response demonstrated that host experience in the presence of FFH induces a memory that can be observed for at least 144 h and most likely is equivalent to long-term memory

Scott McRobert, Stacey Dougherty, Jessica Ledesma and Kristoffer Bauer

The effects of isolation and experience on preference for large shoals in juvenile fish Stacey Dougherty , Jessica Ledesma , Kristoffer Bauer & Scott P. McRobert 1) (Department of Biology, Saint Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA 19131, USA) (Accepted: 3 June 2010) Summary Shoaling behaviour

Matthew Bagger

Religious Studies, Brown University, Providence, RI 02912 mcb@brown.edu Abstract An anti-representationalist account of the relationship between experience and belief is prefera- ble to that of empiricism because empiricism appears incapable of sustaining its characteristic theses without degenerating into

Catherine Cornille

continuing import for the question of the possibility of entering imaginatively into the religious worldview and experience of another tradition and understanding it from within. Even though the religious experience of the other always remains beyond the pur- view of someone not belonging to that tradition