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More Machine Now than Man: Huxley’s Critique of Mass Culture inMore Machine Now than Man: Huxley’s Critique of Mass Culture in
Much of this vision is drawn from Huxley’s experiences during the interwar period and for that reason, an exploration of his reactions to mass culture and his philosophy of culture prove useful in understanding the novel
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Principle 5: Solve your solvable problemsPrinciple 5: Solve your solvable problems
It stands to reason that when a husband and wife respect each other and are open to each other’s point of view, they have a good basis for resolving any differences that arise
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Identity politics petit bourgeois radicalismIdentity politics petit bourgeois radicalism
Iso (US) Paul D’Amato. This document first appeared in an iso internal Bulletin in 1992
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Matt Hartzler 11/10/09Matt Hartzler 11/10/09
A stone of Hope how the abandonment of liberalism was key to the success of the civil rights movement. Chappell uses this piece to elaborate on why and to what degrees the movement had success due to embracing the ideas of men like
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Ch. 15, 16 Domestic Economy (1841)Ch. 15, 16 Domestic Economy (1841)
This exercise could easily lead to the conflicts over men's roles and women's roles in the household that continue today. You might ask students how this division of labor affects the other aspects of men's and women's lives
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Chemnitz on Rites and Ceremonies: Confessional Principle, Confessional PracticeChemnitz on Rites and Ceremonies: Confessional Principle, Confessional Practice
In response, certain questions arise: Is this a fair use of that article? Is the portion quoted being taken in context and employed according to the spirit of the article? Would the “Formulators of Concord” approve of such an application? What was their
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Prophecy and RevelationProphecy and Revelation
Er person’s openness; openness is required for two persons to communicate and ultimately be united in love. This is what lies in the German “Offenbaren,” to carry something openly
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Igu commission on the cultural approach in geographyIgu commission on the cultural approach in geography
The interest of geographers in cultural problems developed early, but the cultural approach was deeply modernized during the last 20 years. As a result, many new paths were explored with different orientations according to countries
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Identity in cyberspaceIdentity in cyberspace
Constructing Identity We can be whoever we want to be… or can we Error: Reference source not found
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Abstract: Homonymy and polysemy are two well-known semantic problems. Bank in river bank and Bank of England are homonymousAbstract: Homonymy and polysemy are two well-known semantic problems. Bank in river bank and Bank of England are homonymous
We offer a typology of polysemy and an explanation in terms of reference: the engine of meaning is our desire to grasp and convey our shared experience with the help of polysemous lexical items
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Federalist No. 10 The Same Subject Continued: The Union as a Safeguard Against Domestic Faction and InsurrectionFederalist No. 10 The Same Subject Continued: The Union as a Safeguard Against Domestic Faction and Insurrection
The Same Subject Continued: The Union as a Safeguard Against Domestic Faction and Insurrection
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Usbig discussion Paper No. 88, June 2004Usbig discussion Paper No. 88, June 2004
That is, in short, “freedom as effective control self-ownership,” “freedom as the power to say no,” or “freedom as independence.” This distinction is not all there is to freedom, liberty,1 or social justice, but
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Free-Market Health CareFree-Market Health Care
Of course, this study will be heavily influenced by the interpretation of historical examples, and by the interpolation of currently existing models of healthcare worldwide some of them closely approaching the free-market healthcare model
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Usbig discussion Paper No. 78, February 2004Usbig discussion Paper No. 78, February 2004
That is, in short, “freedom as effective control self-ownership,” “freedom as the power to say no,” or “freedom as independence.” This distinction is not all there is to freedom, liberty, or social justice, but
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