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Towards Non-Being

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Towards Non-Being The Logic and Metaphysics of Intentionality

non-being and nothing

non-being and nothing

Non-autonomous sentient beings and original acquisition

Identifying ‘non‐medical’ datasets to monitor community health and well‐being

Non-genetic and non-gestational parenthood: consequences for parent–child relationships and the psychological well-being of mothers, fathers and children at age 3

Cancer phenotypic lethality, exemplified by the non-essential MTH1 enzyme being required for cancer survival

Preoperative psychological global well being index (PGWBI) predicts postoperative quality of life for patients with non-small cell lung cancer managed with thoracic surgery

Smuggling of Human Beings from a Human Rights Perspective: Obligations of Non-State and State Actors under International Human Rights Law

Social Networks and Well-being: A Comparison of Older People in Mediterranean and Non-Mediterranean Countries

A non-stop antisense reading frame in the grp78 gene of Neurospora crassa is homologous to the Achlya klebsiana NAD-gdh gene but is not being transcribed

Graham Priest. Towards Non-Being: The Logic and Metaphysics of Intentionality . Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005. Pp. xv + 190. ISBN 0-19-926254-3

Relationships between age and epi-genotype of the FMR1 exon 1/intron 1 boundary are consistent with non-random X-chromosome inactivation in FM individuals, with the selection for the unmethylated state being most significant between birth and puberty

 

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Often thought to be a misfortune, but happily one that afflicts nothing.

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