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Saul Kripke, Philosopher Who Found Truths In Semantics, Dies At 81

Slashdot 25 Sep 2022
Professor Kripke's classic work, "Naming and Necessity," first published in 1972 and drawn from three lectures he delivered at Princeton University in 1970 before he was 30, was considered one of the century's most evocative philosophical books.
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Saul Kripke obituary

The Guardian 21 Sep 2022
... In 1970, the philosopher Saul Kripke, who has died aged 81, gave three lectures at Princeton University that shook up Anglo-American philosophy.
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Europe’s Energy Armageddon from Berlin and Brussels, Not Moscow

The Liberty Beacon 04 Sep 2022
Europe’s Energy Armageddon from Berlin and Brussels, Not Moscow. F. WILLIAM ENGDAHL ... To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here ... The banks loved it ... F. William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics.
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Fifteen Questions: Andrew Berry on Fruit Flies, LS1b, and Harvard-Yale

The Harvard Crimson 02 Sep 2022
Berry received an undergraduate degree in zoology from Oxford University and a PhD in evolutionary genetics from Princeton before arriving at Harvard as a Junior Fellow. He is now a lecturer on Organismic & Evolutionary Biology and the Assistant Head Tutor of Integrative Biology.
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Overheard at Harvard on FDOC

The Harvard Crimson 01 Sep 2022
The first day of class is an exciting, traumatizing, and admittedly, transformative day for everyone on campus ... "I was taught as a kid that capitalism was the problem ... “I am going to sing ... “Should I buy a second futon?” ... *Silence* ... — Student in Gened lecture ... "Princeton” ... “I thought we were supposed to clap after lecture?” — Student in the Science Center.
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Column: A Sunset Strip billboard yields a puff piece. It should prompt a reckoning in architecture

The Los Angeles Times 25 Aug 2022
She went on to complete her master’s in architecture at Princeton and is now a fellow and lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology ... who graduated from SCI-Arc with a bachelor’s degree in architecture in 2016 before also completing a master’s degree at Princeton.
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The 21 most popular free online courses from top universities like Harvard and Stanford

Business Insider 22 Aug 2022
Schools include Harvard, MIT, Stanford, Princeton, Yale, UC Berkeley, Columbia, and more. Whether you're itching to attend a Yale lecture or sample a University of Michigan course before applying to grad school, online learning offers a convenient way to explore your interests or gain valuable new skills — often, completely for free.
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Whose Grain Is Being Shipped from Ukraine? America’s GMO Agribusiness Giants to Take Control of ...

GlobalResearch 19 Aug 2022
To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here ... F. William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook” where this article was originally published.
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All are welcome at the Climate Club

Taipei Times 12 Aug 2022
Climate policies have failed because they do not account for social factors, but a new global initiative by the G7 seeks to address this problem. By Avram Alpert and Dennis Snower ... Historically, we have viewed climate policy in only two dimensions ... Illustration ... Avram Alpert is a fellow at The New Institute and a lecturer at Princeton University ... .
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Support poor countries for sustainable, green development

Khaleejtimes 09 Aug 2022
By the end of 2022, the G7 aims to launch an “open, cooperative international Climate Club” to foster coordinated action to achieve the Paris climate agreement’s maximum-warming target of 1.5° Celsius without leaving anyone at a competitive disadvantage ... Avram Alpert is a fellow at The New Institute and lecturer at Princeton University.
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New York Times columnist and Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman is mocked for insisting ...

The Daily Mail 01 Aug 2022
'Are we in a recession and does the term matter?'. 'No we aren't, and no it doesn't,' Krugman responded curtly ... Krugman, a world-renowned economist who previously lectured at MIT and Princeton University, earned a Nobel Memorial Prize in economic sciences in 2008 for his contribution to the evolution of international trade theories ... RELATED ARTICLES ... .
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Guest Opinion: Showing humanity in defiance of our instincts makes us human

The Doylestown Intelligencer 30 Jul 2022
In one of a 2009 series of lectures entitled "The Science of Self" given by Princeton Professor of Molecular Biology Lee M. Silver, the professor discusses "The Genetic Foundation for Human Morality." In it he describes some of the attributes which distinguish humans from all other species ... Dr ... gut feelings — are telling us ... Let us all embrace it ... ....
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Melville. Faulkner. Spider-Man.

The Atlantic 27 Jul 2022
(The Hulk, another Lee-Kirby creation, was a perfect metaphor for both teenage boys—all testosterone masked up as gamma rays—and Baby Boomers, acting out, laying waste, befuddling their Greatest Generation parents.) They also led to Lee giving lectures at colleges across the nation.
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Jill Biden raises money for Democrats amid gaffes and popularity drop

The Spokesman-Review 24 Jul 2022
Before she mispronounced “bodegas” as “BO-gih-dahs” in the same sentence at the same conference ... A CNN poll had already finished fielding as Jill Biden’s string of not-so-great news broke ... Wright, an associate research scholar and lecturer of political science at Princeton University who studies first ladies ... House ... Wade ... .
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Toxicology vs Virology: Rockefeller Institute & the Criminal Polio Fraud

The Liberty Beacon 23 Jul 2022
Toxicology vs Virology. Rockefeller Institute and the Criminal Polio Fraud. By F. William Engdahl ... Flexner’s Fraud ... Simmons ... None ... William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook”.

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