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Depicting Electrons. ELECTRON-DOT NOTATION. Atoms consist of inner and outer electrons. Only the outermost electrons in an atom can participate in bonding. Called valence electrons. The inner electrons do not participate in bonding. Called non-bonding electrons. Inner & Outer Electrons.
Depicting Reality. Barry Smith http://ontology.buffalo.edu/smith. David Armstrong Universals and Scientific Realism. Armstrong’s Fantology. The spreadsheet ontology. and so on …. First-order logic. F(a) R(a,b) F(a) v R(a,b) Either a F’s or a stands in R to b. Fantology.
Depicting Ophelia. “Too much of water has thou, poor Ophelia, And therefore I forbid my tears” (4.7.211-212). John Everett Millais. Ophelia, 1852. W. G. simmons. The Drowning of Ophelia. J. J. Lefebvre. Ophelia , 1890. John W. Waterhouse. Ophelia , 1889. John W. Waterhouse.
Depicting Data. Making it Comprehesnible. Depicting Data (adapted in part from Mandeville). Graphical displays help make sense of raw data. Can be an aid in analysis Should enhance overall communication Involves choices about what/how to display
Oedipus . AF. the story of a man's doomed attempt to outwit fate. Warned by the oracle at Delphi that their son will kill his father, King Laius and Queen Jocasta. oracle.
Oedipus . Rex. Marlin. Edwards. I. will go. when I have said . what I have to say. How. can. you. hurt. me. ?. And . I. tell . you. again. . The. man. you . have. been. looking. for. all. this. time. This. man. is. in. T. h. e. b. e. s. . To. your. mind.
On. and the. Oedipus. Wink(l)ing. of his. eye. Efimia D. Karakantza. Center for the Study of Myth and Religion in Greek and Roman Antiquity. University of Patras, Greece. Human intelligence. humanistic moralistic deterministic artistic. interpretations. Freudian approach.
Oedipus. Additional information. When Creon returns with his news we also learn that the murderer is still with in the city of Thebes after all these years.
Oedipus. By AH. Citizens: “Please, sire! Lift this plague and prevent it from destroying fair Thebes!”. Oedipus: “Worry not, citizens, for I have sent Creon to attain a prophecy from the oracle. We shall s oon have a way to rid ourselves of this!”.