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See detailKatja Vogt: Skepsis und Lebenspraxis. Das pyrrhonische Leben ohne Meinungen
Heidemann, Dietmar UL

in Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung (2001), 55

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See detailKatrin Becker, Was tun Sie?
Becker, Katrin UL

in forum für Politik, Gesellschaft und Kultur (2020), 402

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See detailKE Tableaux for Public Announcement Logic
de Boer, Mathijs UL

Scientific Conference (2007, September 06)

Public announcement logic (PAL) is a simple dynamic epistemic logic extending reasoning about knowledge of agents with a modal operator for simultaneous and transparent knowledge updates. This logic is no ... [more ▼]

Public announcement logic (PAL) is a simple dynamic epistemic logic extending reasoning about knowledge of agents with a modal operator for simultaneous and transparent knowledge updates. This logic is no more expressive than epistemic logic (EL) without updates, but exhibits compact representation of a number of complex epistemic situations. A labeled tableau proof system to reason with these updates directly is presented here. This system can analyse and present well-known epistemic puzzles like `muddy children' and `three wise men'. Using the KE tableau system as a basis, the modal and propositional characteristics of epistemic updates can be separated. [less ▲]

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See detailKeep It Small, Keep It Real: Efficient Run-time Verification of Web Service Compositions
Baresi, Luciano; Bianculli, Domenico UL; Guinea, Sam et al

Report (2009)

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See detailKeep It Small, Keep It Real: Efficient Run-time Verification of Web Service Compositions
Baresi, Luciano; Bianculli, Domenico UL; Guinea, Sam et al

in Proceedings of IFIP international conference on Formal Techniques for Distributed Systems (FMOODS/FORTE 2009) (2009)

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See detail'Keep people safe and protected from harm in times of crises';Luxembourg position paper for the World Humanitarian Summit and beyond
Pichou, Maria UL

Scientific Conference (2016, February 29)

Responding to this objective, the Luxembourg national society has participated in a series of monthly meetings with the Government of Luxembourg since November 2014. Specifically, the Luxembourg Ministry ... [more ▼]

Responding to this objective, the Luxembourg national society has participated in a series of monthly meetings with the Government of Luxembourg since November 2014. Specifically, the Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Department of Humanitarian Action invited the principal humanitarian partners in Luxembourg - as they called them – that is Luxembourg Red Cross, Medecins sans Frontieres (Doctors without Borders), Care, La Fondation Caritas Luxembourg, and Handicap International Luxembourg to the Luxembourg consultation process in view of the World Humanitarian Summit, with the aim to produce a position paper with a consensus, which the Government could promote during the Summit. [less ▲]

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See detailKeep the case going on – rationalities of and in transition
Karl, Ute UL

Scientific Conference (2013)

Influenced by on the one hand the governmentality studies in social work/social pedagogy and on the other hand by neo-institutional and power sensitive approaches in organizational research, in the last ... [more ▼]

Influenced by on the one hand the governmentality studies in social work/social pedagogy and on the other hand by neo-institutional and power sensitive approaches in organizational research, in the last decade, research on institutional rationalities has become of eminent interest in social work re- search. The heuristic concept of ”rationality” aims at an analysis of practices and rules, that construct a difference between the legitimate and the illegitimate. It focuses on the reconstruction of knowl- edge. Organizations of public welfare production have to legitimate their practices, interventions and affordances thus referring to institutions as sets of legitimate ways to do things. My paper is based on the result of a recently finished empirical research project situated in the field of young people’s transitions to work. This study about talk-in-interaction in German Job Centers (project funded by the German Research Foundation, 2008–2011; University of Hildesheim) is based on a data corpus that consists of 52 transcripts of talks between professionals and clients/customers and additional 15 interviews with the personal advisors. The clients were all under 25 years old and receiving financial help. There backgrounds are very diverse, concerning their formal education degrees, their living situations, and some of them were still in the school system. We analyzed the transcripts of talk with conversation analyses and membership categorization analyses. The project team has reconstructed a rationality pattern that is oriented to the question how a case can be processed in the existing help schemes and institutional frames, and how a working consen- sus can be kept despite potential conflicts in interaction. Starting from these results, in my paper, I will go a step further and ask, what is the unsaid and the invisible in this pattern of rationality, and with which consequences. [less ▲]

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See detailKeeping pain out of your mind: the role of attentional set in pain.
Van Ryckeghem, Dimitri UL; Crombez, G.; Eccleston, C. et al

in European journal of pain (London, England) (2013), 17(3), 402-11

BACKGROUND: The involuntary capture of attention by pain may, to some extent, be controlled by psychological variables. In this paper, we investigated the effect of attentional set (i.e., the collection ... [more ▼]

BACKGROUND: The involuntary capture of attention by pain may, to some extent, be controlled by psychological variables. In this paper, we investigated the effect of attentional set (i.e., the collection of task-related features that a person is monitoring in order to successfully pursue a goal) on pain. METHODS: Two experiments are reported in which the task relevance of the modality and spatial location of a target stimulus was manipulated. In both experiments, somatosensory and auditory stimuli were presented on each trial. In experiment 1, 29 participants were cued on each trial to localize either a somatosensory or an auditory target. In experiment 2, 37 participants were cued on each trial to identify either a somatosensory or an auditory target at a particular location. RESULTS: In experiment 1, self-reported pain intensity and unpleasantness were reduced when participants had to localize the auditory target. The location of the painful stimulus relative to the location of the auditory target did not affect pain. In experiment 2, again, pain intensity and unpleasantness ratings were reduced when participants identified the auditory target. Now, the location of the painful stimulus relative to the location of the auditory target moderated the effect. Pain intensity was less when the painful stimulus was at a different location than the auditory target. CONCLUSIONS: Results are discussed in terms of the attentional set hypothesis, and we argue that the effectiveness of distraction tasks depends on the degree to which the task-relevant features of the distraction task are distinct from pain-related features. [less ▲]

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See detailKeeping Up with the Pace of Green Building: Service Provision in a Highly Dynamic Sector
Schulz, Christian UL; JUNG ép. PRELLER, Bérénice UL

in Jones, Andrew; Ström, Patrik; Hermelin, Brita (Eds.) et al Services and the Green Economy (2016)

According to the United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP) Green Economy Report (2011), energy consumption of buildings in most of the industrialized countries accounts for around one-third of ... [more ▼]

According to the United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP) Green Economy Report (2011), energy consumption of buildings in most of the industrialized countries accounts for around one-third of greenhouse gas emissions. The building sector also consumes more than a third of global resources and contributes by about 40 % to solid waste streams (mainly through demolition but also construction) in developed countries (UNEP 2011, p. 341). But while having been identified as the single largest contributor to human-related greenhouse gas emissions, the sector is also considered to hold the greatest potential to lower emissions based on the relatively low case of retrofitting existing or constructing new buildings (IPCC 2014). Following the realization of these potentials, the last years have witnessed the emergence of a green building agenda in many countries across the globe including technical and organizational innovations in the conception of single buildings (both residential and commercial) as well as enlarged approaches to the role and impact of the built environment in cities including neighbourhood and public infrastructures planning. The sector’s dynamic is partly caused and sustained by a high commitment of public authorities (e.g., via co-funding or tax exemption schemes) and seconded by the involvement of semi-public agencies (e.g., municipal building corporations, energy agencies, public housing services, vocational learning centres). Although the main focus is on low carbon objectives and energy efficiency, social objectives are also present mainly by acknowledging user interactions with their built environment around questions of health and quality of life. [less ▲]

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See detail"Kein Jugendlicher darf verloren gehen!" Das Marienthaler Fürsorgeerziehungsheim (1941-1946)
Schreiber, Catherina UL

in Schoellen, Marc (Ed.) Märjendall, Marienthal, Mariendall, Val-Sainte-Marie. Spurensuche in einer vielschichtigen Kulturlandschaft Luxemburgs (2016)

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See detailKein Lob der Intelligenz. Der Einsatz zählt.
Baudson, Tanja Gabriele UL

Article for general public (2010)

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See detailKeine Regel ohne Ausnahme
Priem, Karin UL

in Zeitschrift für Pädagogische Historiographie (2010), 16(1), 38-40

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See detailKelsen et Luhmann : Deux concepts de positivisme juridique
Sosoe, Lukas UL

Scientific Conference (2011, October)

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See detailKelsen et Luhmann sur la justice
Sosoe, Lukas UL

Presentation (2015, May)

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See detailKelsen et Luhmann sur la justice
Sosoe, Lukas UL

in Sosoe, Lukas (Ed.) Law as Social Social System/ Le Droit – Un système social (2015)

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See detailKelsen, Freud et la foule
Lefort, Elisabeth UL

Presentation (2014, February)

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See detailKelsen, lecteur de Kant : un héritage ambivalent
Lefort, Elisabeth UL

Scientific Conference (2015, September)

L’œuvre de Hans Kelsen est cet effort moderne d’inspiration kantienne, de fondation d’une science du droit. En effet, Kelsen reprend l’idée fondatrice de la Critique de la raison pure, selon laquelle ... [more ▼]

L’œuvre de Hans Kelsen est cet effort moderne d’inspiration kantienne, de fondation d’une science du droit. En effet, Kelsen reprend l’idée fondatrice de la Critique de la raison pure, selon laquelle l’entendement humain serait strictement limité à la connaissance empirique. Il en déduit alors l’illégitimité de tout droit naturel et se sépare ainsi de Kant : pour Kelsen, la raison pratique humaine ne peut pas légitimement établir la liberté comme principe moral. Ce qui est en fait refusé par Kelsen, c’est la possibilité d’une articulation entre nature et liberté. Le juriste adresse donc deux arguments principaux contre la philosophie pratique kantienne : celui de paralogisme, et celui de la vacuité de l’impératif catégorique. Cette lecture par Kelsen de Kant permet de montrer à la fois les limites de l’héritage kantien dans l’œuvre du juriste, mais aussi, d’expliciter les limites de l’interprétation kelsénienne, du texte kantien. [less ▲]

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