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Reflections

Reflections

Reflections Pursuing Projects, Following Policies

Reflections Tailwinds, Turning Points

Reflections Headwinds, Hollowing Out

Reflections

Reflections

Reflection Eternity and World-Cycles

Reflection Eternity and Astrology in the Work of Vettius Valens

Reflection The Kaddish

Reflection Moral Motivation and the Limits of Moral Agency in Literary Naturalism Dreiser’s Sister Carrie

Reflection Cicero on Moral Motivation and Seeing (How) to Be Good

Reflection “Eternalists” and “Materialists” in Islam: A Note on the Dahriyya

Reflection Borges on Eternity

 

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The rebounding of an object or wave (light, heat, sound, seismic, etc.) from a surface; the object or wave so reflected. In geophysics, a signal reflected from a reflector according to Snell's law. A seismic reflection occurs as a result of a contrast in acoustic impedances; an electromagnetic reflection occurs because of a contrast in electrical and dielectrical properties.

Subjects: Meteorology and Climatology.


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