Monthly Archives: February 2019

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Agency and Rationality as Objects of Philosophical Enquiry

MANUSCRITO brings a new selection of essays dedicated to questions about rationality and agency collecting contributions by some of the most important contemporary philosophers in the field. Many of them were first presented at a conference on the same topics held at the Center for Logic and Epistemology (CLE) of the University of Campinas (UNICAMP) in June 2018. Read More →

Enzyme endo-β-mannanase is associated with the poor physiological quality of coffee seeds Coffea arabica L.

Endo-β-mannanase enzyme activity may indicate poor physiological quality of dried Coffea Arabica L. coffee seeds. This was the conclusion of a study conducted by researchers of the Brazilian Agricultural Research Company Embrapa Café, in Brasília, in partnership with researchers from the Federal University of Lavras, in Lavras, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Read More →

Co-word analysis applied to highly cited papers in Library and Information Science (2007-2017)

The conceptual structure in the category Library Science and Information Science of Web of Science, in the period 2007-2017, is identified, using the analytical tool Essential Science Indicators (ESI). Based on highly cited papers, the methodology consisted in the application of co-words analysis and multivariate analysis techniques and visualization through science mapping. Read More →

Is physical exercise beneficial even in malnutrition?

It was demonstrated that physical exercise have benefits against malnutrition. Weight loss, known as the biggest feature of malnutrition, was reversed. Oxidative stress markers in the liver and blood, and liver health indicators that are known to be affected by malnutrition were also improved. Yet, how could exercise be beneficial to a “sick” organism? Read More →