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Argumentation and interdisciplinarity: reflections from the Oxford Argumentation in Religion and Science Project
Abstract Argumentation has emerged as a key area of research and development in science education in recent years. Simply defined, argumentati...
Argumentation in religious education in England: an analysis of locally agreed syllabuses
The importance of developing students’ ability to argue effectively is generally recognised across the curriculum, however what this means wit...
Ariadne’s thread and the extension of cognition: A common but overlooked phenomenon in nature?
Over recent decades, our philosophical and scientific understanding of cognition has changed dramatically. We went from conceiving humans as t...
Artificial Artificial Intelligence
Given AI's growing role in modeling and improving decision-making, how and when to present users with feedback is an urgent topic to address. ...
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AS A TESTING GROUND FOR KEY THEOLOGICAL QUESTIONS
Abstract Engagement with artificial intelligence (AI) can be highly beneficial for theology. This article maps the landscape of the various wa...
Assessing climate change’s contribution to global catastrophic risk
Abstract Many have claimed that climate change is an imminent threat to humanity, but there is no way to verify such claims. This is concernin...
Association among dispositional mindfulness, self-compassion, and leukocyte telomere length in Chinese adults
Whereas meditation training has been purported to support slower cellular aging, little work has explored the association among different face...
Asymptotic properties of maximal p-core p′-partitions
For primes p, we study the maximal possible size of a p-core p′-partition (a partition with no hook lengths or parts divisible by p). McDowell...
Automated audiovisual behavior recognition in wild primates
Large video datasets of wild animal behavior are crucial to produce longitudinal research and accelerate conservation efforts; however, large-...
Automated face recognition using deep neural networks produces robust primate social networks and sociality measures
Abstract Longitudinal video archives of behaviour are crucial for examining how sociality shifts over the lifespan in wild animals. New approa...
Autonomous Maxwell's demon in a cavity QED system
This work exploits a cavity QED system to investigate the connection between energy, information and the thermodynamic arrow of time in the qu...
Balancing error and dissipation in computing
Modern digital electronics support remarkably reliable computing, especially given the challenge of controlling nanoscale logical components t...
Bared‐teeth displays in bonobos ( Pan paniscus ): An assessment of the power asymmetry hypothesis
Facial expressions are key to navigating social group life. The Power Asymmetry Hypothesis of Motivational Emancipation predicts that the type...
Bayes and Darwin: How replicator populations implement Bayesian computations
Bayesian learning theory and evolutionary theory both formalize adaptive competition dynamics in possibly high-dimensional, varying, and noisy...
Bayesian inference with incomplete knowledge explains perceptual confidence and its deviations from accuracy
In perceptual decisions, subjects infer hidden states of the environment based on noisy sensory information. Here we show that both choice and...
Behaviorist approaches to investigating memory and learning: A primer for synthetic biology and bioengineering
The fields of developmental biology, biomedicine, and artificial life are being revolutionized by advances in synthetic morphology. The next p...
Behavioural variation and learning across the lifespan in wild white-faced capuchin monkeys
Natural selection has evidently mediated many species characteristics relevant to the evolution of learning, including longevity, length of th...
Being Perceived and Being “Seen”: Interpersonal Affordances, Agency, and Selfhood
Are interpersonal affordances a distinct type of affordance, and if so, what is it that differentiates them from other kinds of affordances? I...
Bell’s theorem for temporal order
Abstract Time has a fundamentally different character in quantum mechanics and in general relativity. In quantum theory events unfold in a fix...
Benchmarking Projective Simulation in Navigation Problems
Projective simulation is a model for intelligent agents with a deliberation capacity that is based on episodic memory. The model has been show...