10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MICROPHYSICALLY»
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Measuring Precipitation from Space: EURAINSAT and the Future
Microphysically “continental” clouds are characterized by narrow cloud drop Most
raindrops originate from melting of ice hydrometeors that are typically graupel or
hail in the convective elements, and snowflakes in the mature or stratiform ...
Vincenzo Levizzani, Peter Bauer, F. Joseph Turk, 2007
Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Mind
Upon rare occasion, they may briefly be microphysically identical to live human
brains, as with XP1 for 15 minutes, but brains they are not. In making this
assertion I am not supposing that there cannot be brains without bodies. Clearly,
Brian P. McLaughlin, Jonathan Cohen, 2009
Let us return to microphysically incommensurable properties, such as being a
table and automobile accidents. There may be no uniform microphysical structure
that is had by all and only tables in this world, and there almost certainly is no ...
Peter A. French, Theodore Edward Uehling, Howard K. Wettstein, 1979
Laws of Nature, Causation, and Supervenience
V of properties, each of which is microphysically reducible (via biconditionals),
such that the thing has all the properties in N, and anything else with these
properties must have the property F- Further, we can say the event or slate, an
object a's ...
Consciousness and the Prospects of Physicalism
I propose that while a scenario exactly like ours microphysically but without
phenomenal properties whose qualitative natures are accurately represented
introspectively, or without primitive phenomenal properties, is ideally, positively, ...
Consciousness Revisited: Materialism without Phenomenal Concepts
What I am denying is that something becomes a brain simply by replicating a
brain microphysically. We don't suppose that something becomes a key just by
replicating a key microphysically. Think, for example, of a plastic card that
happens to ...
Climate Variability and Extremes during the Past 100 years
2 Time evolution of radar reflectivity in the microphysically maritime conditions (
left panels) and in the microphysically continental conditions (right panels). The
formation of a squall line in the microphysically continental conditions is seen ...
Stefan Brönnimann, Jürg Luterbacher, Tracy Ewen, 2007
American Philosophical Quarterly
I believe the second way in which we have developed these concepts is not a
mere redundancy over the first: it has the virtue of making explicit, in an intuitively
plausible way, in what sense a microphysically incommensurable property may ...
The Oxford Handbook of Religion and Science
What I will term 'Weak' emergence, or more usually 'W-emergence', is a particular
type of microphysically realized property that also has certain epistemic features.
In particular, the law statements and/or explanations and/or theories that hold ...
Philip Clayton, Zachary Simpson, 2006
Light Scattering Reviews 8: Radiative transfer and light ...
The microphysically induced effect on the cloud droplet number concentration
and, hence, the cloud droplet size, with the liquid water content held fixed has
been called the first indirect efiect (Ramaswamy et al., 2001), the cloud albedo
Alexander A. Kokhanovsky, 2013