Citations with the tag: INTELLECTUALS
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- EL ATENEO Y LOS OR&IACUTE;GENES DEL ESTADO &EACUTE;TICO EN M&EACUTE;XICO.
// Latin American Research Review; 2003, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p34
- Life after letters.
// New Statesman & Society; 9/25/92, Vol. 5 Issue 221, p28
Part III. States that in the past few years the goalposts of Western intellectual life have shifted and the traditional intellectual has become increasingly marginalized. Literary intellectuals; Scientists; The third culture; Intellectuals of the third culture; Stephen Jay Gould; Carl Sagan;...
- Foreign exchange.
Bradbury, Malcolm // New Yorker; 4/28/97-05/05/97 Europe Issue, Vol. 73 Issue 10, p55
Focuses on the impact of European philosophers and intellectuals to American intellectual life. Contributions of French advice to America; Problems in the office of European philosopher-intellectual.
- `Intellectuals are waking up.'
Elliott, D. // Newsweek; 3/6/1989, Vol. 113 Issue 10, p34
Discusses the emerging combative streak among Chinese intellectuals, who are calling for democratic change and monitoring human rights throughout China. Examples.
Khazen, Neda El // UNESCO Courier; Dec93, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p8
Editorial. Recounts the Paris meeting at UNESCO Headquarters where intellectuals of every standpoint reflected upon the promises and dangers that the death of ideologies and the birth of globalism have engendered. Group members who organized the meeting; First of an annual series of `Meetings...
- Multiple perspectives.
Obiechina, Emmanuel // Liberal Education; Mar/Apr92, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p16
Focuses on African intellectuals. Comparison with other intellectuals; Many-sided dilemmas; Trap of historicism and Eurocentricism; Self-alienation; Question of commitment.
- Can the Chinese go home?
Watson, R.; Gibney Jr., F. // Newsweek; 4/6/1992, Vol. 119 Issue 14, p33
Explains that for decades the Chinese Communist Party has had a credibility problem with its intellectuals. Recent government inducements to draw intellectual expatriates back; Political actions of exiles; Need for political change to accompany economic reform.
- Protect your IP-please!
Christie, Andrew // NZ Business; Mar2001, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p44
Explains the commercial importance of intellectual property (IP) to businesses in New Zealand. Significance of patents, copyright, confidential information and trade marks; IP as an important part of intellectual capital.
- New and Not So New.
Liehm, Antonin J. // World Affairs; Winter87/88, Vol. 150 Issue 3, p179
Discusses the basic role of intellectuals and culture in socialist countries in the Soviet Union and Central Europe. Comparison of the role of intellectuals in the Soviet Union and Central Europe and their counterparts in other European societies throughout the centuries; Role of intellectuals...
- NORTHERN LIGHTS.
Denby, David // New Yorker; 10/11/2004, Vol. 80 Issue 30, p90
Focuses on the progress of the intellectual pursuits in Edinburgh, Scotland. Capacity of the Scots to catch up with the French as leading exponents of Enlightenment thought; Citations of the popular Scottish philosophers; Depiction of sociability and morality in the writings of the philosophers.
- Too tame for comfort.
Bawer, Bruce // Advocate; 10/26/99, Issue 797, p80
Provides insights on why the United States is looked down on by European countries. Cultural differences; Factors that make Europeans see Americans in a bad light; Virtues of Americans; Opportunities offered by the United States to its people.
- Develop your intellectual capital.
Gautschi, Ted // Design News; 7/20/98, Vol. 54 Issue 14, p170
Provides suggestions in managing intellectual capital. Requirements of intellectual capital paradigm; How to implement competency to support business strategy.
- Budapest coffeehouse culture revisited: Cafe New York, 1992.
Howard, Jennifer // East European Quarterly; Jun93, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p223
Discusses the comeback of coffeehouses and the intelligentsia that caters to these cafes in Hungary. Editorial board of the magazine `2000'; Intellectuals' role in the post-communist era; Editors' responsibility of promoting Hungarian culture; `BUKSZ' journal as a forum for critical debate;...
- Romania: Democracy and the intellectuals.
Harsanyi, Doina; Harsanyi, Nicolae // East European Quarterly; Jun93, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p243
Discusses the absence of structured resistance from the intelligentsia of Romania during the communist period and its implications on the post-communist era. Romania's `Most Favored Nation' status; Lack of common action from the writers; Philosophies of Mircea Eliade, E. M. Cioran, and...
- Intellectual property is still property.
Easterbrook, Frank H. // Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy; Winter90, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p108
Argues that intellectual property is still property. Need to treat intellectual and physical property identically in the law; Patents and monopolies; Argument that rights to exclude are not monopolies; Tradeoff between quasi-rents that create short-run allocative losses and incentives to invent...
- Foreword: Owning ideas.
Nance, Dale S. // Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy; Summer90, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p757
Presents a discussion of the legal issues on intellectual property in the United States. Patents as novel federal inventions; Peripheral rights related to intellectual property; Intellectual property as a discrete field of law; Concept of ownership; Forms of intellectual property.
- What is property?
Bouckaert, Boudewijn // Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy; Summer90, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p775
Presents a debate on intellectual property rights. Legal notion of property; Importance of legal doctrines in property; Role of ethics and political economy; Origins of the modern concept of property; Assessment of property rights; Incorporating legal concepts to intellectual property.
- Patents, copyrights, and trademarks: Property or monopoly?
Meiners, Roger E.; Staaf, Robert J. // Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy; Summer90, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p911
Discusses the conceptualization of property rights as property and monopoly. Property right as an intrusion to privacy; Absence of basis to classify property rights as a monopoly; Alternatives to private property; Intellectual property right transactions; Balancing property rights and market...
- The Protection of Intellectual Property: Issues of Origination and Ownership.
Mittelstaedt, John D.; Mittelstaedt, Robert A. // Journal of Public Policy & Marketing; Spring97, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p14
Presents a framework for describing differences in intellectual property protection laws. Relationships of these laws between nations and indigenous people; Implications for marketers in several industrial sectors; Historical protection regimes for intellectual properties; Cultural framework of...
- POPSCI'S 9TH ANNUAL BRILLIANT 10.
Mittelstaedt, John D.; Mittelstaedt, Robert A. // Popular Science; Nov2010, Vol. 277 Issue 5, p69
An introduction to a special section within the issue, which honors the ten most brilliant individuals chosen as part of "Popular Science's" 9th Annual Brilliant Ten contest is presented.
- Democratization and Regime Transformation in Hungary.
Adair, Bianca L. // Problems of Post-Communism; Mar/Apr2002, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p52
Examines the success of democratic transformations in Hungary. Role of informal contacts between intellectuals and technocrats on the country's democratization; Mechanism for change; Impact of the publication of the book 'Bib� Memorial Book' on intellectuals.
- IN THIS ISSUE.
Adair, Bianca L. // National Observer; Summer2007/2008, Issue 75, p6
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Mervyn Bendle on the importance of intelligentsia in the 1960s as an exercise in cultural analysis and another by Warren Reed and Christopher Ward that examine Australia's intelligence future.
- Intellectual property protection.
Erlich, Jacob N. // Reporter; Sep94, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p5
Discusses legislation in the United States which are intended to protect intellectual properties. Legal definition of intellectual property; Protection of trade secrets, patents, copyrights, trademarks, service marks and trade names.
- Copyright Protection and Technology.
Lehman, Bruce A. // Congressional Digest; Dec96, Vol. 75 Issue 12, p294
Presents excerpts from `Intellectual Property and the National Information Infrastructure: The Report of the Working Group on Intellectual Property Rights,' which focused on special intellectual property concerns and issues. Benefits of new technologies; Public interest and the National...
- Protecting patents, trademarks.
Lehman, Bruce A. // Grand Rapids Business Journal; 9/30/96 Supplement, Vol. 14 Issue 40, p27
Reports on the protection of intellectual property issues. Selection of a name for business; Purpose of registration; Trademark name; Application of copyright protection; Considerations in using a copyright package.
- Stop, theif!
Edmark, Tomima // Entrepreneur; Jan1998, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p107
Focuses on the theft of intellectual property. How to safe guard oneself from the theft of ideas; Violation of patents; Importance of recognizing persons and organizations which aim to steal ideas.
- intellectual property at risk.
Edmark, Tomima // IIE Solutions; Feb96, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p8
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- Brunelleschi's bargain.
Sass, Steven // Regional Review; Fall93, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p6
Reports on the use of intellectual property rights to accelerate the creative flow in the United States. Importance of innovative products in high-technology economy; Imaging revolution; Property in literary machines. INSETS: From Brunelleschi's patent.;The underside of the interface...
- A new candor at Issyk-Kul.
Sass, Steven // Newsweek; 1/19/87, Vol. 109 Issue 3, p8
Editorial. Last Oct 16 American and European writers and scientists attended an unprecedented exploratory meeting at the invitation of Soviet novelist Chingiz Aitmatov. The meeting's purpose was to talk about how to get into the Third Millennium and the attendees talked over ideas with Mikhail...
- Information resources.
Sass, Steven // Research Technology Management; Mar/Apr95, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p61
Reviews the report `Intellectual Capital and the Birth of U.S. Biotechnology Enterprises,' by Lynn Zucker, Michael Darby and Marilynn Brewer.
- Intellectual property group unveils report; ALA has misgivings.
Sass, Steven // American Libraries; Oct95, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p867
Focuses on the release of the report `Intellectual Property and the National Information Infrastructure,' from the federal government's Working Group on Intellectual Property, on September 5, 1995. Response from the American Library Association (ALA).
- Intellectual property rights: Technology transfer and resource implications.
Langford, Jock // American Journal of Agricultural Economics; Dec1997, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p1576
Discusses the importance of intellectual property rights (IPRs) in the United States. Background information on the use of IPRs in the agricultural sector; Implications of IPRs on technology transfer; Provisions of IPRs; Factors which affect the use of IPRs in the agricultural sector.
- The economics of intellectual property rights: Discussion.
Fulton, Murray // American Journal of Agricultural Economics; Dec1997, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p1592
Discusses articles written by various authors on the economics of intellectual property rights (IPRs). Importance of IPRs in agriculture; Examination of the structure of the agricultural industry in the United States and Canada; Creation of nonrival excludable goods through IPRs; How are...
- Debate continues on cost of global access to scientific data.
Kiernan, Vincent // Laser Focus World; Jul97, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p68
Highlights `Bits of Power: Issues in Global Access to Scientific Data,' a report released by the US National Academy of Sciences. Recommendation for full and open availability of data; Warning about potential changes in international intellectual-property law; Balancing protection and access.
- Insecurity interests: Where intellectual property and commercial law collide.
Haemmerli, Alice // Columbia Law Review; Nov96, Vol. 96 Issue 7, p1645
Analyzes intellectual property rights and its regulation and security interests within the context of the laws and statutes of the United States. Invalidity of state laws if in conflict to the constitution; Context of preemption in the intellectual property arena; Intellectual property as...
- Innovative Directions for Living-Learning Program Research and Practice.
INKELAS, KAREN KUROTSUCHI // Journal of College & University Student Housing; Mar/Apr2008, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p8
The article discusses the four critical questions which the author hopes to stimulate practitioners and scholars to engage in a dialogue on living-learning programs and its issues.
- Truth, trust, and tolerance.
Tismaneanu, Vladimir // Problems of Post-Communism; Mar/Apr96, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p3
Focuses on intellectuals in post-communist societies. Intellectual daydreams under communism; Metaphysical mudslinging; Citizen-scholars needed; Critical intellectual versus clever lunatic.
- If you build a better mousetrap, you better protect it.
Broderick, Pat // San Diego Business Journal; 02/24/97, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p17
Presents information on intellectual property law (IPL). What the law covers; Comments from Stephen S. Korniczky, an attorney at the La Jolla office of Lyon & Lyon LLP; Reference to cases represented by Lyon & Lyon. INSET: First legal brief filed using hypertext language..
- Introduction: Wither the intelligentsia: the end of the moral elite in Eastern Europe.
Serguei Alex. Oushakine // Studies in East European Thought; Nov2009, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p243
The article discusses various published reports within the issue, including one by Hanna Palska that examines the fragmentation of intelligentsia in Poland, one by Elena Gapova that discusses the gentrification of socialist intelligentsia and one by Zhuravle, Kondov and Savel'eva that examines...
- What you should know about intellectual property.
Armgardt, Charles A. // New Mexico Business Journal; Sep98, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p49
Discusses laws governing intellectual property in the United States. Legislative intent of the regulatory coverage on the issue; Protection of the innovative principles of the new product by the law of patents; Protection of business symbols by the law of trademarks; Protection of the original...
- Intellectual property rights.
Vanden Bossche, Chris R. // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Sep95, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p413
Reviews articles and books on intellectual property rights. Includes `Authors and Owners: The Invention of Copyright,' by Mark Rose; `Protecting Intellectual Property Rights on the Information Superhighway,' by Joseph L. Ebersole; `What's Ahead in Patents and Trademarks? An Interview with Bruce...
- DSP functions, memory generators, top semicon industry licensing deals.
Bursky, Dave // Electronic Design; 03/17/97, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p82
Summarizes the intellectual property (IP) licensing deals that have been struck between semiconductor manufacturers, foundries and companies specializing in creating and selling of IP. Includes Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.'s licensing of the Oak digital-signal processor (DSP) core from...
- Gazing at the new age of intellectual property.
Rhines, Walden; Ouellete, Pierre // Electronic Design; 01/12/98, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p42
Focuses on the changes which will come about due the IP revolution, in the electronic design industry. How the combination of HDL-generated soft cores and logic synthesis; Impact of the IP technology on the corporate businesses; Details on the Silicone application programming interface.
- IP fuels a transformation of culture, companies, and cooperation.
Glaser, Steve // Electronic Design; 01/12/98, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p55
Opinion. Looks at developments within the electronic technology industry, with reference to intellectual property (IP) and chip designs. What step companies will have to take to keep up with the changes; Reference to the personal computer industry; Examination of the IP development.
- Redefining EDA in the new age of intellectual property.
Ajluni, Cheryl // Electronic Design; 01/12/98, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p64
Focuses on the definition of electronic design automation (EDA) and intellectual property. How IP is defined; Impact of the decrease in IP prices on the EDA industry; Information on six areas to define the interface standards to allow the plug-and-play virtual sockets. INSETS: Design reuse,...
- Core proliferation: Security and protection issues with IP integration.
Curtis, Kevin // Electronic Design; 01/12/98, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p108
Focuses on the question of security in Black Box intellectual property (IP) models. Comments from Erach Desai, vice president of EDA Research, Soundview Financial Group; Concerns by vendors on patent infringement and control of proprietary information; Creation of standards by the electronic...
- Legal questions.
Curtis, Kevin // Design News; 8/12/96, Vol. 52 Issue 15, p124
Presents answers to queries on several legal issues. Employer's right to an employee's idea; Value of intellectual property; Role of the United State's law in the development of Internet.
- China: What's yours is theirs?
Wheare, Henry // Director (00123242); Dec96, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p26
Warns investors of China's lack of recognition to the intellectual property rights (IP). Problems an investor may face; Focus on several problem areas. INSET: China: The main intellectual property laws..
- I think, therefore I earn.
Kennedy, Carol // Director (00123242); Aug97, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p21
Comments on how companies based on intellectual property, are valued by the market as far more than their book assets. Statements from Fortune magazine's Thomas A. Stewart; Appointment of chief intellectual capital officers in companies; Information on various intellectual assets. INSET:...
- IDEAS AT WORK.
Kennedy, Carol // Foreign Policy; May/Jun2008, Issue 166, p5
The article discusses various reports published within the issue including the ambitious and creative ideas of the best architects in the world for the least free nations by Richard Lacayo and the list the world's top 100 public intellectuals.