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  1. Monographs. Due to the interest in variation, anthropologists are drawn to the, study ,of human extremes, aberrations and other unusual circumstances, such as
  2. Wife. Logic With the Prior Analytics, Aristotle is credited with the earliest, study ,of formal logic, and his conception of it was the dominant form of Western
  3. As much as he did ". Aristotle was the founder of formal logic, pioneered the, study ,of zoology, and left every future scientist and philosopher in his debt through
  4. Mathematics and metaphysics. If logic (or" analytics" ) is regarded as a, study ,preliminary to philosophy, the divisions of Aristotelian philosophy would
  5. Various scriptures. Evolutionary explanations In the science of ethology (the, study ,of animal behavior),and more generally in the study of social evolution
  6. Relevance. Some alternative treatments may place the child at risk. A 2008, study , found that compared to their peers, autistic boys have significantly thinner
  7. In functional neuroimaging studies on autistic individuals and by a brainwave, study ,that suggested that adults with ASD have local over connectivity in the cortex
  8. To be highly empirical. The quest for holism leads most anthropologists to, study ,a particular place, problem or phenomenon in detail, using a variety of methods
  9. Are associated with likelihood of family financial problems; one 2008 US, study ,found a 14 % average loss of annual income in families of children with ASD
  10. And individualist anarchism, drawing from Austrian School economics, study ,of law and economics and public choice theory, while the burgeoning feminist
  11. Venting of Radian rage," Rand's ethics are" a most immense achievement,the, study ,of which is vastly more fruitful than any other in contemporary thought. " In
  12. By Cambridge University Press. Rand's ideas have also been made subjects of, study ,at Clemson and Duke universities. Scholars of English and American literature
  13. He also introduced cyclic cohomology in the early 1980s as a first step in the, study ,of noncom mutative differential geometry. Cones has applied his work in areas
  14. Informed both archaeology and eventually social anthropology, as did the, study ,of East and South Asian languages and cultures. At the same time, the Romantic
  15. Reflecting a disturbance of self-referential thought. A 2008 brain-imaging, study ,found a specific pattern of signals in the cingulate cortex which differs in
  16. Very limited autonomy, and 12 % needed high-level hospital care. A 2005 Swedish, study ,of 78 adults that did not exclude low IQ found worse prognosis; for example
  17. He is renowned today. In fact, most of Aristotle's life was devoted to the, study ,of the objects of natural science. Aristotle's metaphysics contains
  18. Or cultural anthropology, archaeology and anthropological linguistics. The, study ,of kinship and social organization is a central focus of cultural anthropology
  19. Ranking Presidents, Lincoln is ranked in the top three, often #1. A 2004, study , found that scholars in the fields of history and politics ranked Lincoln number
  20. Altruism * Sexual selection, in particular, the handicap principle The, study ,of altruism was the initial impetus behind George R. Price's development of
  21. Assessment, though few cases are handled that quickly in practice. A 2009 US, study ,found the average age of formal ASD diagnosis was 5.7 years, far above
  22. And especially South Asia. Biruni's tradition of comparative cross-cultural, study ,continued in the Muslim world through to In Khaldun's work in the 14th
  23. Of Ayn Rand Studies, a nonpartisan peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the, study ,of Rand's philosophical and literary work. In 1987 Gotten helped found the
  24. Letter to Boulanger that caused Gershwin to seriously consider taking time to, study ,abroad in Paris. Gershwin arrived in Paris in March 1928. Paris at this time
  25. Of the relationship between language and culture, and sociolinguistics,the, study ,of the social functions of language. Anthropological linguistics is also
  26. Aspects of Aristotle's philosophy continue to be the object of active academic, study ,today. Though Aristotle wrote many elegant treatises and dialogues (Cicero
  27. The Age of Enlightenment, a period when Europeans attempted systematically to, study ,human behavior, the known varieties of which had been increasing since the 15th
  28. Is also the object of study in linguistic anthropology). Archaeology is the, study ,of human material culture, including both artifacts (older pieces of human
  29. Accurate only in the 19th century. His works contain the earliest known formal, study ,of logic, which was incorporated in the late 19th century into modern formal
  30. Ethics Aristotle considered ethics to be a practical rather than theoretical, study , i.e., one aimed at doing good rather than knowing for its own sake. He wrote
  31. Of the 17th,18th,19th and 20th centuries. Programs of ethnographic, study ,originated in this era as the study of the" human primitives" overseen by
  32. Average loss of annual income in families of children with ASD, and a related, study ,found that ASD is associated with higher probability that child care problems
  33. Sciences, of which anthropology was a part. Developments in the systematic, study ,of ancient civilizations through the disciplines of Classics and Egyptology
  34. Anthropologist, however,as he never left his region of Germany nor did he, study ,any cultures besides his own, and in fact, describes the need for anthropology
  35. From which our current languages have descended; ethnolinguistics,the, study ,of the relationship between language and culture, and sociolinguistics, the
  36. Worse prognosis; for example, only 4 % achieved independence. A 2008 Canadian, study ,of 48 young adults diagnosed with ASD as preschoolers found outcomes ranging
  37. Which logic plays a major role. Today's philosophy tends to exclude empirical, study ,of the natural world by means of the scientific method. In contrast, Aristotle
  38. Is expensive; indirect costs are more so. For someone born in 2000,a US, study ,estimated an average lifetime cost of $ (net present value in dollars
  39. From how people view the world rather than how they act in it ". In the, study ,published in the February 2007 print issue of Nature Neuroscience, researchers
  40. Having no religion at all. Health A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, study ,showed that Alabama was one of the worst in the country for obesity with most
  41. Of ethology (the study of animal behavior),and more generally in the, study ,of social evolution, altruism refers to behavior by an individual that
  42. Other people's actions as meaningful is critical for altruism ", said lead, study ,investigator Harold Tankers. Religious viewpoints Most, if not all, of the
  43. Recreation, games,food, festivals,and language (which is also the object of, study ,in linguistic anthropology). Archaeology is the study of human material
  44. Outcomes; independent living is unlikely with severe autism. A 2004 British, study ,of 68 adults who were diagnosed before 1980 as autistic children with IQ above
  45. S development of the Price equation, which is a mathematical equation used to, study ,genetic evolution. An interesting example of altruism is found in the cellular
  46. Dismissing her as a pop culture phenomenon rather than a subject for serious, study , Academics with an interest in Rand, such as Glad stein, Sciabarra, Allan
  47. Shared by virtually all human cultures) They use many methods of, study , but modern population genetics, participant observation and other techniques
  48. Of propositions and their elementary relations in On Interpretation, to the, study ,of more complex forms, namely,syllogisms (in the Analytics) and dialectics (
  49. Science, he means ethics and politics; by poetical science, he means the, study ,of poetry and the other fine arts; by theoretical science, he means physics
  50. S Torch ". Later Deign meets him in Galt's Gulch. Notes Anthropology is the, study ,of humanity. It has origins in the humanities, the natural sciences, and the

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