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    • De se Cognitive Attitudes and Their Ascriptions 

      Ray, Patrick (State University of New York at Buffalo, 2019)
      This project offers a solution to the traditional puzzles of de se belief. De se beliefs are a type of belief about oneself that ordinary, competent users of language are inclined to express with sentences that contain the ...
    • Embodied Minds and the Sparse Ontology: The Intersection of Personal Ontology and Composition 

      Dowland, Stuart (State University of New York at Buffalo, 2019)
      What sort of things are we, essentially? This is the primary question of personal ontology. Its answer has implications for the closely related area of personal identity, as well as for important, practical concerns such ...
    • Moral Psychology: An Ontological Approach 

      Otte, Jeff; 0000-0001-7925-2064 (State University of New York at Buffalo, 2019)
      In information science, an ontology is a controlled vocabulary that provides names and definitions for the classes and relations among entities within a realm of discourse, and which can then be used to make interoperable ...
    • On Guard Against Contamination: Espionage, Conspiracism, and Imperial Nostalgia in British and Turkish Literatures 

      Tatar, Doruk (State University of New York at Buffalo, 2019)
      This dissertation, On Guard Against Contamination: Espionage, Conspiracism, and Imperial Nostalgia in British and Turkish Literatures, is a comparative study of British spy fiction and conspiracist styles in Turkish ...