I didn't commit murder," continued the Catastrophist
mildly, "but only perjury.
More than a mere reproduction of nineteenth-century catastrophist
The first complexity relates to the ubiquity of catastrophist
expectation and prediction in this country.
thinking, in Klein's view, has served right-wing, corporatist interests at the expense of the poor.
While Smith highlights the severity, of the situation, he mostly avoids hyperbole and catastrophist
Gordon Woo, catastrophist
specializing in the mathematical aspects of catastrophe insurance risk modeling for Risk Management Solutions, tells PC360 the bombing is "bound to have an impact on event cancellation.
We are reminded by it that the catastrophist
school of modern literary history, in which poetry by such as Eliot was deemed to be decisively different from what was before and around it, is wrong; that there was a far more graduated transition from Victorian into modern, and that 'native' British poets--i.
Unlike Josiah Whitney, who denied that glaciers shaped Yosemite and the Sierras, "Muir believed that glacial landscape formation expressed the 'working of Divine harmonious law' better than Whitney's catastrophist
argument" (Williams, God's Wilds 73).
I'll end this essay with an image from a Comedy Central show which might never lodge itself in the national consciousness but which nonetheless registers our preoccupation with digital spectacle, citizen catastrophists
, the false theater of Web 2.
The manner in which we network with each other is "a law of human existence," said Gordon Woo, a catastrophist
with RMS, at the catastrophic risk management firm's annual terrorism seminar in New York City.
The urgency of resolving the problems of the Third World induced revision of the catastrophist
doctrine that had come to predominate in the West.
2007) 'What the Catastrophist
Heresy Can Teach Public Officials', Administrative Theory and Praxis, 29(4): 546-66.