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    Li, Chenyang
    In the English-speaking world, the study of Chinese philosophy has been focused mainly on pre-Qin philosophy and Song-Ming neo-Confucianism. In comparison, contemporary Chinese philosophy, as an initial attempt to communicate with . . .
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    Malherbe, Olivier
    This paper aims at showing the significance in Roman Ingarden’s thinking of two often overlooked ontological concepts: Gestalt quality and harmonious unity. Ingarden understands Gestalt a derived quality that spr . . .
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    Simionato, Alice
    This paper offers a comparative study of two fundamental Confucian concepts, namely, “harmony” (he) and “coherence” (li). After presenting and interpreting the two characters – with reference to both classical thought and Neo-Confu . . .
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    Xiang, Shuchen
    This paper argues that the Chinese concept of harmony is exemplified in the historical process that resulted in the Chinese people and the geographic entity of China itself. The concept of harmony overcomes the dualism between identity an . . .
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    Yeung, Tak-lap
    In this paper, I argue that the different understandings of “harmony”, which are rooted in ancient Greek and Chinese thought, can be recapitulated in the name of “dialectic harmony” and “ambiguous harmony” regarding the re . . .
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    Düring, Dascha
    Recent years have shown a rise of English-language scholarship exploring the relation between the Chinese concept of harmony and the Western concept of justice. This paper reconstructs the influential contemporary . . .
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    Löschke, Jörg
    The concept of harmony does not play a very important role in contemporary analytic philosophy. In this paper, I argue that this peripheral status of the concept of harmony in analytic philosophy is not warranted. In fact, harmony might b . . .
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    Shani, Itay
    The paper begins with the assumption that in order to explain the efficacy of harmony as an organizing force in human and natural affairs we must pay attention to the dynamic features characteristic of the growth and maintenanc . . .
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    Li, Chenyang
    Harmony is a central notion in Asian culture. It appears as a symbol on the Korean national flag; it is one of the names that the Japanese people used to call their nation; it is a justificatory principle in Chinese politics a . . .
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    Bhuiya, Namramita
    This paper tries to explore Nāgārjuna’s śūnyatāand its implication towards vipaśyanāmeditation or insight perception. Allthe mundane objects of this world are full of suffering. Nāgārjuna was the systematic propounder of Mā . . .
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    Long, William
    The small, remote country of Bhutan is the only democratic, mixed market country in the world that is rooted constitutionally and culturally in Buddhist principles. As such, it provides an authentic basis for theoretical and empirical com . . .
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    Becker, John
    The formation of ideas is a universal characteristic of humankind. However, the nature of ideation and the ensuing convictions is fraught with ontological and ethical implications. This article seeks to explore the issues . . .
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    Sarkar, Abhirup
    The term ‘indigenous’, since late 20thcentury, is being extensively used to denote people and literatures, in addition to its previous function of classifying flora and fauna. These people, under international and national legislations are referred as . . .
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    Dhar, Sharmistha
    Neurophysiologist Benjamin Libet’s EEG experiments tracking the temporal occurrence of brain events leading to an endogenous voluntary action significantly demonstrated that the subject becomes conscious of her intention to act later . . .
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    Bhambar, S. B.
    Like all other beings in the World, human being has been (and will be) essentially a part of nature. The relationship between Man and Nature, therefore, has been the subject of contemplation for mankind since the pre- . . .
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    Oyeshile, Olatunji A.
    Given the fact that democracy has come to be accepted as a framework for good governance in most parts of the world and given the fact that most states in Africa are multi-ethnic in nature, which presupposes some contestations in . . .
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    Salazar, William
    Water is an essential part of life, especially to humans. However, with an increase in population, a higher demand for fresh, clean water, a global pandemic engulfing the world, and global climate change in the backdrop, water has become an indispensa . . .
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    Silva, Angel
    Failure of integration between the California electrical providers led to issues such as distorted change in electric price and frequently occurred rolling blackout. As a result, we established a goal to fix the problematic power industry by amending . . .
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    Mueller, Dean
    Roses are one of the most commonly used landscape plants planted in the United States, but seed dormancy of F1 hybrids have made developing new varieties difficult. The purpose of this research was to produce study-based information that would aid in . . .
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    Quiroz, Auriel
    "Ugly” food is being thrown out, without giving thought to the idea that maybe it is still edible or could be given to those in need. This team has decided to look into the WHY this food is being thrown out in order to discover how we could solve this . . .
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    Musharbash, Fayez
    Our research project will focus on providing sufficient energy to rural areas that have little to no energy. Rural areas in Africa are our main target for this project. We will be introducing how to incorporate solar panels to these starving areas. Ou . . .
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    Schindler, Leanna
    Between the Angeles National Forest and the San Gabriel Mountains, the area of field investigation, Thompson Creek Watershed (TCW), is found cutting through Cobal Canyon in Claremont, California. TCW is located about 12 miles north east from Cal Poly . . .
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    Liang, Haocheng
    Water is a very important component in the environment and it is crucial for many living organisms. When the pH of water is out of its normal range, the ecosystems fail to work. It is extremely important to monitor the pH of environmental waters. Alth . . .
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    Bujosa, Christopher
    A successful running play should not always be defined by the amount of yards that is gained. The run is a powerful tool, and can help open up for longer plays down the field. When I decided to start watching games to find out a reasonable stat to loo . . .
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    Lu, Thuy Vu Dieu
    In this work, we consider finding an optimal solution to a source-seeking problem where an electromagnetic source is to be located by a group of robots. We do not assume knowledge of a theoretical model for the source signal and study the case when si . . .
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    Thai, Andrew
    Phosphorylated sugars are prevalent in metabolic processes and are found in both animals and plants. Studying the function of each provides a better understanding of how biological systems respond to their environment. However, quantification of phosp . . .
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    Perdomo, Emely Giron
    Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted infection caused by a protozoan pathogen named Trichomonas vaginalis (Tv). Tv affects more than 300 million men and women worldwide. It has been shown that neutrophils use a process called trogocytosis to kill . . .
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    Gutierrez, Carlos
    Nitric Oxide (NO) has growing importance due to its biological and environmental relevance. NO interacts with copper metal centers in biological systems to effectively reduce NO to N20, but the mechanism is unknown, and the intermediates are challengi . . .
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    Hoxie, Alexis
    The main goal of the research is to create new catalysts for reducing nitrous oxide, (N2O) which is a greenhouse gas. N2O is mainly produced from fossil fuel combustion and human activities and it has a warming potential up to 310 times that of carbon . . .
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    Nguyen, Nhan
    To support the increasing need for energy and materials, alternative resources beside fossil fuels have been explored. Among these chemicals which are produced from biomass are an excellent alternative due to its sustainable nature. In order to conver . . .
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    Bonnand, Evan
    Synthesis of iron nitrosyl complexes with carbamate ligands Formation of first row transition metal complexes that can bind a nitrosyl group (NO) is of interest for understanding how biological systems reduce atmospheric pollutants, and for future c . . .
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    Courtney, Jessica
    Cultured meat is destined to impact communities on a global scale. By transitioning from livestock meat production to cell based, it is estimated to drastically decrease the use of energy, land, and water being consumed by livestock production, while . . .
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    Loeffler, Meaghan
    While perceptually separate from the other two branches of the federal government, the Judicial Branches' Supreme Court is viewed as an institution abstaining from politics and serving as the largest check on the Executive and Legislative powers. Howe . . .
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    Gonzalez, Dennis
    This paper will discuss the key factors of ecotourism for a effective and successful operation. Ecotourism has become a growing industry for the Global South as they attempt to accelerate their economic development. Academic scholars point towards pol . . .
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    Martinez, Christina
    Equality for women representation has long been an issue in the United States. It is incredible that today in 2020 there is still real concern that Congress may regain control over what women can do with their own bodies. The purpose of this study i . . .
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    Marquez, Valerie
    The criminalization of sex work has a major negative impact on those working within the industry. From being unable to seek legal recourse to facing stigma in their career prospects, sex workers face negative consequences as a result of being a part o . . .
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    Collins, Kevin
    Thought experiments have traditionally played an important role when seeking answers about personal identity. Though common and widely used, some philosophers have questioned the legitimacy of many of these thought experiments. In this paper I engage . . .
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    Nguyen, Kelly
    Through negotiations, one can settle disputes and establish beneficial business partnerships and agreements (c.f. De Dreu, Weingart, & Kwon, 2000). Therefore, being able to negotiate creative and unique agreements is a significant managerial outcome. . . .
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    Ibarra, Abbey
    Abbey Ibarra Is She Safe on the Metro Rail Gold Line? Women's Perception of Safety at the Metro Rail Abstract Women's safety on public transportation has had limited focus in transportation planning literature. In order to address this issue, . . .
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    Landin, Zane
    To better understand how professionals in medical fields are utilizing technology to address mental health. More specifically, I will evaluate the practicality and impact mental health care app's have in addressing the gap between accessibility to pro . . .
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    Jue-Sans, Emma
    This paper seeks to identify the extent to which political scandals impact a president's legitimacy and ability to govern. Focusing on recent scandals, this paper examines the Watergate, Iran-Contra, Whitewater, and Iraq & WMDs controversies. Using a . . .
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    Rosario, Martha
    In October 2018, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published an extensive report stating that we have 12 years to make groundbreaking changes to the global energy infrastructure to prevent irreversible damages to our earth's natural . . .
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    Manning, Jeremy
    Social Media companies and their products operate within an as of now unidentified moral structure. I have categorized responsibility to be attributable to different entities. People are responsible and Businesses can be held responsible. Whereas a st . . .
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    Rivera, Yvonne
    Donald Trump has used unconventional means when sharing his social views about ethnic minorities, particularly those within the Latinx and Muslim communities. His use of Twitter demonstrates this, which has caused some to believe his Twitter posts are . . .
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    Gonzales, Christopher
    In coming to understand different theories concerning love, I argue towards an account on a theory of romantic love, to which I advocate five necessary conditions throughout examples portrayed in pop culture and film. First, I argue that romantic love . . .
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    Wong, Kelly
    Women's book clubs in the mid-twentieth-century United States fostered literary communities and establishing libraries. This paper argues that their actual impact extends far beyond that and shapes cultural and political discourse. Hroswitha Club, fou . . .
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    Ikehara, Taylor
    First published in 1997 in Japan, In the Miso Soup connects the dark and difficult life of sex workers in Tokyo to the effect of American capitalism on Japan following the end of the second World War. Miso Soup tells the story of a Japanese tour guide . . .
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    Mcandrew, Andaiye
    In US cities, black, adolescent males are disproportionately more likely to be exposed to gun violence in their communities than any other demographic. In these same communities, the lasting impacts of discriminatory housing policies have resulted in . . .
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    Blackmore, Elizabeth
    In 1971, a group of students from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona created Harvest International, a literary journal promoted to provide a creative writing outlet for students and faculty on campus. However, the journal has had difficul . . .
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    Jakobcic, Morgan
    Arcadia by Tom Stoppard is a play that has captured many audiences and critics attention when it made its debut in 1993. But it was not just the story or characters that drew people in, it was the way that Stoppard toggles between the two timelines wi . . .