Robin Ali, head of Practice at Consilient
, helped other states implement regulations, and believes regulation is the biggest challenge for the whole health insurance law.
He and other philosophers of the seventeenth century were laying foundation stones for the Enlightenment, imagining a future of consilient
knowledge that was defined not just by a wide-ranging set of rational observations but by a rational structure for reality itself.
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The evolution and ages of Makgadikgadi palaeo-lakes: consilient
evidence from Kalahari drainage evolution.
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Mr Wallace: how he and Darwin independently used the same method to arrive at natural selection.
The hybrid nature of the Eukaryota and a consilient
view of life on Earth.
Interpretation is the logical channel of consilient
explanation between science and the arts" (230).
Rather than grafting "some kind of additional claim to empirical validation" (25) onto fiction, as Foley believes, game theory reveals the infrastructure of the documentary novel, thereby conforming to Joseph Carroll's exhortation that sociobiology become consilient
with "the interaction of instinctive biases and general intelligence" (84).
Cross-disciplinary education and training can only be done after securing specialized knowledge; moreover, this specialization can only be built with new, consilient
and applied knowledge (Gudas 2009).
Interpersonal neurobiology ("IPNB") is a consilient
field of study (that is one which seeks common findings among independent disciplines (Wilson, 1998)), pioneered by Dr Daniel J Siegel at UCLA, which explores the ways in which relationships and the brain interact to shape our mental lives (Siegel, 2012a).
Thus, only primordialism is scientifically consilient
research approaches in studying gene x environment interactions in alcohol research.