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Chapter 33: The Development of Modernist Art The Early 20th CenturyChapter 33: The Development of Modernist Art The Early 20th Century
World War I, the Great Depression, the rise of totalitarianism, and World War II exacerbated this schizophrenic attitude. The arts reflected this same mind set in the lofty utopian vision of the Bauhaus and De Stijl, on one hand
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In : Journal of Applied Communication Research, 30, 181-194 (2002)In : Journal of Applied Communication Research, 30, 181-194 (2002)
In this paper we test predictions about arguments between groups in political conflict (Israeli-Jews and Palestinians) from two theoretical perspectives, namely
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Darwin, Freud, and Skinner—Nature vs. Nurture: Influences on Personality and DevelopmentDarwin, Freud, and Skinner—Nature vs. Nurture: Influences on Personality and Development
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The Confucian Conception of Persons Gordy MowerThe Confucian Conception of Persons Gordy Mower
I will begin by briefly specifying the general outline of Strawson’s approach to persons. I will then take up in some detail Rosemont and Fingarette. This will leave only a little room at the end for Ames
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Wittgenstein and pyrrhonism: on the nature of philosophyWittgenstein and pyrrhonism: on the nature of philosophy
Vision is the essential faculty and, once used, I shall cast it aside” – Clarice Lispector
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