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    Ciało warte obrony. Wyjaśnienie kilku pojęć: rozważania wstępne
    Avant: Trends in Interdisciplinary Studies 3 (1). 2012.
    [Przekład] Tekst niniejszy jest wprowadzeniem do książki Eda Cohena A Body Worth Defending: Immunity, Biopolitics and the Apotheosis of the Modern Body. Autor bada, w jaki sposób immunologia wpływa na postrzeganie tak ciała ludzkiego, jak i bytów politycznych, ukazując współczesne konceptualizacje tych zjawisk jako wzajemnie od siebie zależne. Zastosowane ujęcie historyczne pozwala na prześledzenie historii metafory odporności w polityce i medycynie
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    A Relational Time-Symmetric Framework for Analyzing the Quantum Computational Speedup
    with A. C. Elitzur, A. K. Ekert, and G. Castagnoli
    Foundations of Physics 49 (10): 1200-1230. 2019.
    The usual representation of quantum algorithms is limited to the process of solving the problem. We extend it to the process of setting the problem. Bob, the problem setter, selects a problem-setting by the initial measurement. Alice, the problem solver, unitarily computes the corresponding solution and reads it by the final measurement. This simple extension creates a new perspective from which to see the quantum algorithm. First, it highlights the relevance of time-symmetric quantum mechanics …Read more
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    A Relational Time-Symmetric Framework for Analyzing the Quantum Computational Speedup
    with A. C. Elitzur, A. K. Ekert, and G. Castagnoli
    Foundations of Physics 49 (10): 1200-1230. 2019.
    The usual representation of quantum algorithms is limited to the process of solving the problem. We extend it to the process of setting the problem. Bob, the problem setter, selects a problem-setting by the initial measurement. Alice, the problem solver, unitarily computes the corresponding solution and reads it by the final measurement. This simple extension creates a new perspective from which to see the quantum algorithm. First, it highlights the relevance of time-symmetric quantum mechanics …Read more
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    'I am the face of success': Peer mentors in child welfare
    with J. D. Berrick, E. W. Young, and Anthony E.
    Child welfare systems have struggled to create innovative, culturally sensitive programmes to address the multiple and pervasive barriers that exist in engaging child welfare parent clients in their service plans. Peer mentor programmes-those in which parents who have successfully navigated the child welfare system and reunified with their children, mentor parents newly entering the system-are designed to address some of these barriers, to improve reunification outcomes. Focus groups with parent…Read more