• Gevoelens, welstand en religie : 'n toepassing van Antonio Damasio se opvatting oor die rol van gevoelens in welstand op die ontstaan van religie 

      Troskie, Sandra (LitNet, 2020)
      Alhoewel kulturele gedrag verbluffend wyd in die diereryk waargeneem word, is die mens oënskynlik die enigste spesie wat nie net ons uitwendige omgewing nie, maar ook die innerlike omgewing van ons gevoelens kultiveer. Oor ...
    • Inducibility of d-ary trees 

      Czabarka, Eva; Dossou-Olory, Audace A. V.; Szekely, Laszlo A.; Wagner, Stephan (Elsevier, 2020)
      Imitating the binary inducibility, a recently introduced invariant of binary trees (Cz- abarka et al., 2017), we initiate the study of the inducibility of d-ary trees (rooted trees whose vertex outdegrees are bounded from ...
    • On the number of increasing trees with label repetitions 

      Bodini, Olivier; Genitrini, Antoine; Gittenberger, Bernhard; Wagner, Stephan (Elsevier, 2019-11-12)
      We study the asymptotic number of certain monotonically labeled increasing trees arising from a generalized evolution process. The main difference between the presented model and the classical model of binary increasing ...
    • Die ontstaan en ontwikkeling van wetenskaplike studies van religie : 'n Genealogiese verkenning 

      Troskie, Sandra (2020)
      Die opkoms van die sosiobiologiese wetenskappe sedert die vorige eeu kan tereg beskou word as ’n oortydige erkenning van Darwin (1872) se insig dat nie net ons vlees nie, maar ook ons gees in ’n wêreld van organe, selle ...
    • The voices of youth in envisioning positive futures for nature and people 

      Rana, Sakshi; Avila-Garcia, Daniela; Dib, Viviane; Familia, Lemuel; Gerhardinger, Leopoldo Cavaleri; Martin, Emma; Martins, Paula Isla; Pompeu, Joao; Selomane, Odirilwe; Tauli, Josefa Isabel; Tran, Diem H. T.; Valle, Mireia; Von Below, Jonathan; Pereira, Laura M. (Taylor & Francis, 2020)
      The unpredictable Anthropocene poses the challenge of imagining a radically different, equitable and sustainable world. Looking 100 years ahead is not easy, and especially as millennials, it appears quite bleak. This paper ...