Recent Submissions

  • The Origin of the Good and Our Animal Nature 

    Korsgaard, Christine (2020)
    We use the term “good” in two contexts: as the most general term of evaluation, and to refer to the final ends of life and action. I start from the question what evaluative and final goodness have to do with each other. ...
  • Multiscale Simulation of Cardiovascular flows on the IBM Bluegene/P: Full Heart-Circulation System at Red-Blood Cell Resolution 

    Peters, Amanda; Melchionna, Simone; Kaxiras, Efthimios; Lätt, Jonas; Sircar, Joy; Bernaschi, Massimo; Bison, Mauro; Succi, Sauro (IEEE, 2010-11)
    We present the first large-scale simulation of blood flow in the coronary artieries and other vessels supplying blood to the heart muscle, with a realistic description of human arterial geometry at spatial resolutions from ...
  • A (New) Economic History of the American Revolution? 

    Rothschild, Emma (MIT Press - Journals, 2018-03)
    The article suggests that The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution can be the point of departure for a new economic history that combines the history of economic thought, economic-cultural history, especially of ...

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