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Scientific Structuralism: Presentation and Representation
This paper explores varieties of scientific structuralism. Central to our investigation is the notion of ‘shared structure’. We begin with a description of mathematical structuralism and use this toExpand
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Shared structure need not be shared set-structure
  • E. Landry
  • Computer Science
  • Synthese
  • 24 July 2007
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Recent semantic approaches to scientific structuralism, aiming to make precise the concept of shared structure between models, formally frame a model as a type of set-structured systems and next consider the extent to which this problematic assumption underpins both Suppes’ and recent semantic views of the structure of a scientific theory. Expand
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Negotiating a flexible work arrangement: How women navigate the influence of power and organizational context
Prior work-life research has highlighted that while organizations may be introducing more work-life policies, organizational members are not necessarily using these policies. Empirical research isExpand
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Categories in Context: Historical, Foundational, and Philosophical
kinds of structured systems in terms of schematic types, as opposed to answering ‘What is (or where is!) a structure?’, then why should we be troubled by the fact that ‘[b]y themselves they [theExpand
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Category Theory: The Language of Mathematics
  • E. Landry
  • Computer Science
  • Philosophy of Science
  • 1 September 1999
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In this paper I argue that category theory ought to be seen as providing the language for mathematical discourse, just as structuralism furnishes a framework for mathematical structuralism. Expand
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Scrolling Around the New Organization: The Potential for Conflict in the On-Line Environment
The technological revolution has created as many challenges as opportunities for managers in today's organizations. Besides “wandering around” to manage, “scrolling around” on a computer screen hasExpand
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How to be a structuralist all the way down
  • E. Landry
  • Computer Science
  • Synthese
  • 1 April 2011
TLDR
This paper considers the nature and role of axioms from the point of view of the current debates about the status of category theory and, in particular, in relation to recent criticisms of the “algebraic” approach to mathematical structuralism. Expand
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Implementing a mutual gains approach to collective bargaining
Despite the ever-growing literature on the subject, collaborative negotiation techniques are still regarded with suspicion-or simply remain untried-in most traditional collective bargainingExpand
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A minimal construal of scientific structuralism
The focus of this paper is the recent revival of interest in structuralist approaches to science and, in particular, the structural realist position in philosophy of science . The challenge facingExpand
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