Saint Mary's University Institutional Repository

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  • Bain, Keith; Hines, Jason; Lingras, Pawan (Springer, 2007)
    Access to spoken information presents challenges in educational, work, and public settings for many individuals. Speech Recognition technology offers a potential strategy for increasing access in various settings, including ...

  • Richter, Aaron (Halifax, N.S. : Saint Mary's University, 2015)
    This thesis demonstrates that current theories of evil character, specifically those asserted by John Kekes, Colin McGinn, Daniel Haybron, Peter Brian Barry, and Luke Russell, are not robust accounts of evil character. A ...

  • Fogarty, Alyssia (Halifax, N.S. : Saint Mary's University, 2015)
    This thesis focuses on defending the conceptual distinction between evil persons and irredeemable monsters. I argue that applying the comparative methodology to borderline cases can make sense of the intuition that evil ...

  • Valencik, Andrew (Halifax, N.S. : Saint Mary's University, 2015)
    The Nuclear Science References (NSR) is a carefully curated bibliographic dataset focused on nuclear science literature. A domain-specific search engine and supporting tools have been developed to aid and encourage the ...

  • Ekwuyasi, Francesca Omolara (Halifax, N.S. : Saint Mary's University, 2015)
    Human Trafficking is on the rise in part due to the dramatic expansion of labour migration in the neoliberal era. The global migrant worker population grew from 175 million in 2000 to 232 million in 2013(UNESDA, 2013a). ...

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