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World Library Foundation Newsletter : September 2018 : Volume 2, I...

By: World Library Foundation Newsletter Dept.

Keeping our patrons informed with the ongoing changes, we created the World Library Foundation Newsletter. The newsletter includes news and information about our various portals and the wonderful books, articles, encyclopedias, photographs, and research documents that may be found here. For our Volume 2, 9th Issue, September 2018, we would like to share with you some stories about the books you will find on our shelves. We hope the newsletter will lead readers to disc...

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Anti-National Humanist

By: Ankur Mutreja

In this essay, the author is trying to answer the question: is there a political possibility of existence of a humanist as an anti-national humanist? He wonders if it is possible for humanists like doctors to not become the externalities of nationalism labeling the blood saffron, green, red, black and white (even pacifists die in wars between nations).

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Singapore's Blood Meridian

By: Jonathan Lee

The novel is about the intriguing, strange and thought-provoking experiences of an English literature teacher who is being locked up by a struggling artist. It explores existential issues, the meaning of life and art, and the multi-layered aspects of Reality.

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Pinyin to Urdu

By: Khawar Iqbal Pasha
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El Escuadrón Suicida de la Criminología : Innovación etnográfica e...

By: Dr. Lic. Antonio Silva Esquinas; Jorge Ramiro Pérez Suárez

This article offers an analysis of innovative new ethnographic methods which have come about in recent times during our research studies. We start by contextualizing the state of ethnographic research in Spain, with a focus on its usage by Spanish Criminologists before discussing “instant ethnography” and “auto-ethnography”. Lastly, we use field notes from our ethnographic studies on youth nightlife environments in Magaluf – a touristic zone famous for its party atmosph...

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En la Ciudad del Positivismo Perdido : Lecciones aprendidas para u...

By: Lic. Dr. Jorge Ramiro Pérez Suárez; Antonio Silva Esquinas

In the present paper we make an approach to understanding how post-positivism, liquidity and capitalism have affected through its neoliberal current the schools of thought in Social Sciences and their research methods. This approach is based on three distinctive realities such as: the phenomena of political refugees, the homeless and cyberporn so that we can observe the current limitations in research matters in relation to certain phenomenologies and we will propose th...

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Hallazgos Neurobiológicos Recientes de la Pedofilia : Recent neuro...

By: Lic. Hugo Sánchez Hernández

Pedophilia is rarely considered as a research target. The focus on some of the recent theories of the etiology of pedophilia such as neurodevelopment or alterations of brain structures and their function as the frontal, temporal and limbic cortex that have been proposed to try to understand the alterations in the development and neurobiology of the pedophile patient.

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Análisis e Implicancias del Diseño Constitucional de la Justicia d...

By: Dr. Gino Rios Patio

Analysis and implications of the constitutional design of the justice of the native and campesinas communities and its relationship with ordinary justice: The peruvian case Justice in its legal configuration, specifically criminal, is a cultural product that should not be distanced from its ethical justification, due to its anthropological character, which entails the most felt aspiration of equity that has the person and the community. The political constitution of a...

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Bienvenida del Presidente de la SOMECRIMNL al Volumen XI : Welcome...

By: Dr. Gil David Hernández Castillo

Welcome note from the President of the Sociedad Mexicana de Criminología in Año 6, vol. XI agosto-diciembre 2018 of Archivos de Criminología, Seguridad Privada y Criminalística

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Victimología de la Mujer Puertorriqueña : La población femenil víc...

By: Mtra. Gloriam Said Mercado Justiniano

El siguiente trabajo investigativo está dedicado a ilustrar la Victimología Femenil desde una perspectiva colaborativa con mis nuevos estudios en Trabajo Social Clínico. El campo del Trabajo Social Clínico ha despertado en mí una mujer sustancialmente científica y comprometida con todo estudio que predomina en el campo Social sin perder de vista la Criminología. Por algo, quiero preparar a todos los lectores, estudiosos de la Justicia Criminal, Criminología, Derecho y p...

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Nacimiento, Sistematización y Evolución de las Criminologías Espec...

By: Lic. Dr. Wael Hikal; Roberto Alonso Ramos Erosa

This paper it’s focuses on highlighting the importance of specializing the criminology in Mexico. It is taken as a reference to the specifics criminologies that have been developed in EUA, Europe and other regions, compared to those developed in the Mexican and latinamerican bibliography. The objective is to highlight the importance and need to create terms and conceptualize areas of specialized studies in criminology. So that, the professionals have better tools of know...

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Un Acercamiento a la Especialización de la Criminología : An aproa...

By: Lic. Cristian Díaz Sandoval

We are at a crucial time for criminology, where its famous stalemate may remain in the past to start a revolution not seen until now in all Latin America, where the old customs will be left behind to be replaced by new methods, techniques, knowledge that will bring with them the thesis of specific criminologies. This text presents a brief approach to the importance of these as fields of applied scientific research, from which the appropriate tools for the development of science will be obtained.

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Archivos de Criminología, Seguridad Privada y Criminalística : Tab...

By: Sociedad Mexicana de Criminología capítulo Nuevo León, A.C., Compiler

Archivos de Criminología, Seguridad Privada y Criminalística Año 6, vol. XI agosto-diciembre 2018 - Tabla de Contenido (Table of Contents)

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Rasgo antisocial y afecto positivo y negativo en población peniten...

By: Lic. Dr. Ferrán Padrós Blázquez; Víctor Edgar Soria Benítez

The objective of this article is to study the relationship between the symptomatology of Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD) and the levels of positive and negative affect in Mexican inmates. A sample of 65 male inmates was used, subsequently divided into 2 subsamples, one composed of 28 participants with probable ASPD and the other of 37, composed of inmates with high probabilities of not meeting the ASPD criteria. The diagnosis of ASPD was estimated based on the Al...

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Política victimal, frente a la construcción social del miedo e ins...

By: Susana Gabriela Gaytan Najera

The present investigation has as purpose to develop a victimological policy, directed to the population, of the Municipality of Metepec, State of Mexico, part of three postulates as they are the social construction of the fear, the social imaginary and the social action before the victimals actions. The research emphasizes five areas, among them the first refers to the methodological section, the second indicates the theme on Victimology, as an auxiliary discipline of C...

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Presentacion del Volumen XI : Presentation of the Volume XI, Volum...

By: Lic. Cristian Diaz Sandoval

Los diversos problemas que podemos encontrar en estas áreas del conocimiento, afortunadamente, tienen solución. Una de las mejores soluciones ante las grandes problemáticas es acoplarnos a la sociedad del conocimiento, a la era de la información, partiendo de la divulgación estricta del conocimiento científico (tan necesario e importante) para poder mejorar las herramientas de investigación, generación de conocimientos, herramientas, técnicas y procesos para la aplicació...

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Lucha Contra la Violencia en Mexico : Algunas reflexiones críticas...

By: Idalia Patricia Espinosa Leal; Jose Zaragoza Huerta

The objective of this paper is to identify the deep and criminological causes that generate the crime unleashed in Mexican society, from its most outstanding beginnings to the present day, with the aim of proposing public policies to prevent, control and diminish it. The method chosen for the investigation of this article is the documentary, books, newspapers, interviews, documentaries and surveys carried out by national and international non-governmental organizations,...

En los últimos años, la sociedad mexicana se ha visto afectada por diversos factores criminológicos, ocasionando una serie de trastornos sociales como: la inseguridad en las calles (Arellano, 2014), la desconfianza en las autoridades, la desigualdad de oportunidades, es decir, un deterioro al Estado de Derecho. En México la etapa más cruda de la violencia, inicia en el período del Presidente de la República Mexicana, Vicente Fox Quesada, tras haberse desatado una ola de...

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Conceivability, Plural Quantification, and Haecceitism

By: Hasen Khudairi

This essay aims to redress the contention that epistemic possibility cannot be a guide to the principles of modal metaphysics. I argue that the interaction between the multi-dimensional intensional framework and intensional plural quantification enables epistemic possibilities to target the haecceitistic properties of individuals. I outline the elements of plural logic, and I specify, then, a multi-dimensional intensional formula encoding the relation between the epistem...

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Cognitivism about Epistemic Modality: Epistemic Modal Algebra, Hom...

By: Hasen Khudairi

This paper aims to vindicate the thesis that cognitive computational properties are abstract objects implemented in physical systems. I avail of the equivalence relations countenanced in Homotopy Type Theory, in order to specify an abstraction principle for intensional, computational properties. The homotopic abstraction principle for intensional mental functions provides an epistemic conduit into our knowledge of cognitive algorithms as abstract objects. I examine, then...

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Moral Vagueness and Luminosity

By: Hasen Khudairi

This essay defends an epistemicist response to the phenomenon of vagueness concerning moral terms. I outline a traditional model of -- and then two novel approaches to -- epistemicism about moral predicates, and I demonstrate how the foregoing are able to provide robust explanations of the source of moral, as epistemic, indeterminacy. The first model of epistemic indeterminacy concerns the extensions of moral predicates, as witnessed by the non-transitivity of a value-th...

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Logical and Epistemic Modality

By: Hasen Khudairi

This paper examines the interaction between the philosophy and psychology of concepts and the modal characterization of the deductive concept of logical validity. The concept of logical consequence on which I focus is model-theoretic, where the concept records the property of necessary truth-preservation from the premise of an argument to its conclusion, as well as the condition that, in the class of all possible worlds in which a premise is true, a consequent formula or...

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Non-Transitive Self-Knowledge: Luminosity via Modal $\mu$-Automata

By: Hasen Khudairi

This essay provides a novel account of iterated epistemic states. The essay argues that states of epistemic determinacy might be secured by countenancing self-knowledge on the model of fixed points in monadic second-order modal logic, i.e. the modal $\mu$-calculus. Despite the epistemic indeterminacy witnessed by the invalidation of modal axiom 4 in the sorites paradox -- i.e. the KK principle: $\square$$\phi$ $\rightarrow$ $\square$$\square$$\phi$ -- an epistemic interp...

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Entanglement, Modality, and Indeterminacy

By: Hasen Khudairi

This paper aims to contribute to the metaphysical foundations of the Everett or `many-worlds' interpretation of quantum mechanics (cf. Everett, 1957; Wallace, 2012). I focus on the nature of the indeterminacy countenanced by states of entanglement, and argue that an account which clarifies the nature of the possible worlds at issue might serve to elucidate both the notion of metaphysical indeterminacy as well as the status of probability in the interpretation. I endeavor...

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Abstracta and Possibilia: Modal Foundations of Mathematical Platonism

By: Hasen Khudairi

This paper aims to provide modal foundations for mathematical platonism. I examine Hale and Wright's (2009) objections to the merits and need, in the defense of mathematical platonism and its epistemology, of the thesis of Necessitism. In response to Hale and Wright's objections to the role of epistemic and metaphysical modalities in providing justification for both the truth of abstraction principles and the success of mathematical predicate reference, I examine the Nec...

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Multi-Dimensional Truthmaker Semantics

By: Hasen Khudairi

This paper endeavors to establish foundations for the interaction between hyperintensional semantics and multi-dimensional indexing. I examine the significance of the semantics, by developing three, novel interpretations of the framework. The first interpretation provides a characterization of the distinction between fundamental and derivative truths. The interaction between the hyperintensional truthmaker semantics and modal ontology is further examined. The second inte...

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