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  • 121Habakkuk thesis — The Habakkuk thesis (possibly named after John Habakkuk)Fact|date=June 2007 is the idea that high wages combined with scarce labour resources brought about technical improvements in the United States in the 1800s …

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  • 122Inevitability thesis — An idea in the philosophy of technology stating that once a technology is introduced into a culture that what follows is inevitable development of that technology. This development occurs not because it is of determinism but because we are able… …

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  • 123Graphism thesis — In sociology of science, the graphism thesis is a proposition of Bruno Latour that graphs are important in science.Research has shown that we can distinguish between hard science and soft science disciplines based on the level of graph use, so it …

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  • 124pros-thesis — (простеза | prosthèse | ит. pròstesi | гр. pros thesis) Малоупотребительный синоним протезы (см. протеза) …

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  • 125master's thesis — noun A thesis submitted for a masters degree …

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  • 126Brentano's thesis — The thesis proposed in Brentano s Psychology from an Empirical Standpoint (1874) that it is the intentionality or directedness of mental states that marks off the mental from the physical …

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  • 127Quine–Duhem thesis — See Duhem thesis …

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  • 128Lancia Thesis — El Lancia Thesis es un modelo de automóvil que comercializa Lancia en España desde el año 2001. Con uno diseños atrevido y elegante, trata de posicionarse en el segmento de berlinas de lujo con una imagen novedosa, si bien su éxito ha sido muy… …

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  • 129broken windows thesis — A thesis which links disorderly behaviour to fear of crime, the potential for serious crime, and to urban decay in American cities. It is often cited as an example of communitarian ideas informing public policy. In the March1982 issue of the… …

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  • 130degradation of work thesis — degradation of work thesis …

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  • 131Gregory thesis — /ˈgrɛgəri θisəs/ (say greguhree theesuhs) noun → Dutch disease. Also, Gregory effect. {named after Robert George (Bob) Gregory, born 1939, Australian economist who developed the thesis} …

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  • 132Bachelor Thesis — Dieser Artikel oder Abschnitt ist nicht hinreichend mit Belegen (Literatur, Webseiten oder Einzelnachweisen) versehen. Die fraglichen Angaben werden daher möglicherweise demnächst gelöscht. Hilf Wikipedia, indem du die Angaben recherchierst und… …

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  • 133Church's thesis — ▪ mathematics also called  Church s Theorem,         a principle formulated by the 20th century American logician Alonzo Church, stating that the recursive functions are the only functions that can be mechanically calculated. The theorem implies… …

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  • 134Merton thesis — noun A theory that significant developments in the modern world have a positive correlation with Protestant pietism, similar to Webers link between success and Protestant ethic …

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  • 135Adams's thesis — Hypothesis due to Ernest Adams (The Logic of Conditionals, 1975, p. 3) that the probability of an indicative conditional of the form ‘if p is the case then q is’ is a conditional probability; that is, the probability of ‘if p then q ’ should… …

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  • 136convergence thesis — See industrial society …

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  • 137Davis-Moore thesis — See functional theory of stratification …

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  • 138Halévy thesis — The argument advanced by the historian Élie Halévy (see A History of the English People in the Nineteenth Century, 1962), that the stability of English society during the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (when the rest of Europe… …

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  • 139linguistic relativity thesis — See Sapir Whorf hypothesis …

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  • 140passive worker thesis — See fatalism …

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