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The charges against Communism made from a religious, a philosophical, and, generally, from an ideological standpoint, are not deserving of serious examination.
The application of Lanser's theory to the analysis of the narrator in "That Tree" thus offers a valuable insight into the narrator's ideological and cultural stance toward Mexico, Mexican culture, American heritage and the disengaged American expatriate in Mexico.
Zizek suggests that scholars involved in ideological criticism have something to learn from the cultivators of perspective anamorphosis.
He goes back to Jean-Jacques Rousseau's notion of man's natural goodness giving rise to "a radical redefinition of moral virtue," and cites in particular the ideological fanaticism of the Jacobins during the French Revolution.
They said that CEDAW was imposing "an ideological perspective at odds with Brazilian laws and cultural values.
Like any reading, a translation is an ideological act, an act of eisegesis.
Ideological fissures among Islamists engendered pressure for a polycephelous armed movement with autonomous and often contradictory elements, rendering peace-making a Hercu-lean task.
Electronic auction: maintenance and repair services for electricity metering devices at the objects of the ideological work, culture and youth affairs department of the zhodino city executive committee
Minister for Law, Secretary Law, Chairman Islamic Ideological Council and officials of different government departments attended the meeting.
BATTAGRAM -- The disgruntled workers of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf have formed what they called an ideological group, and also organised a demonstration against their party's tehsil government, last week for alleged corruption, unjust distribution of development funds and focusing only on a few union councils.
The Ideological Evolution of Human Resource Management: A Critical Look Into HRM Research and Practices
Effectiveness is always the theme of ideological and political education of college students (Abreu et al.