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CNA has been applied in a study on factors influencing the implementation of a colorectal cancer screening improvement program in community health centers.
When Wittgenstein died, he had commissioned his good friends and students Rush Rhees, Elisabeth Anscombe and Georg Henrik von Wright to publish his surviving manuscripts as they saw fit. In this book, Christian Erbacher gives us an insight into how this work ended in what we know today as the late Wittgenstein's philosophy.
The Bergen Network for Women in Philosophy (BNWP) invites applications for two stipends, that support the work of female (inclusively defined) early career researchers in philosophy.
Ben Martin & Ole Hjortland | Logical Predictivism | Journal of Philosophical Logic
The CNA method was applied in a study about the patient safety culture in medical homes.
Tore Fjetland Øgaard | Farewell to Suppression-Freedom | Logica Universalis
Tore Fjetland Øgaard | Boolean negation and non-conservativity I-III | Logic Journal of the IGPL
Andreas Fjellstad | Structural proof theory for first-order weak Kleene logics | Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics
Susan Hickman et al. (2020) published an article entitled "Identifying the Implementation Conditions Associated With Positive Outcomes in a Successful Nursing Facility Demonstration Project" in the Gerontologist. They analyze their data using Coincidence Analysis.
Michael Baumgartner published an article introducing the main theories of causation to political scientists in the SAGE Handbook of Political Science.
The official journal of the medical care section of the American Public Health Association just published an application of the CNA method, among other configurational comparative methods, to the effectiveness of the implementation of hepatitis C treatments.
Evelyn Erickson | Realismo lógico e a metafísica da lógicae | Perspectiva Filosófic
Ben Martin | Identifying Logical Evidence | Synthese
The authors of" Philosophy as Drama" show that any interpretation of these works must include the literary and narrative dimensions of each text, as much as serious the attention given to the progression of the argument in each piece.
Michael Baumgartner published an article introducing the main theories of causation to political scientists in the SAGE Handbook of Political Science.
Mark Young, who defended his PhD thesis in the department recently, has been awarded the prestigious Marie Curie Postdoctoral EU Fellowship. The primary objective of his project is: to develop a new philosophical approach to the study of automation that recognizes the essential role played by human operators.
From September 21 to 25, 2020, Michael Baumgartner and Alrik Thiem (University of Lucerne) will hold a training seminar on configurational causal modeling with a heavy focus on CNA at the Regenstrief Institute for public health in Indianapolis.

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