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It seemed to her that he had discarded the friendship, when it suited his convenience to do so, with some falsely philosophical theory which made his conduct all the worse.
For Altieri, Wittgenstein functions not only as a fresh source of philosophical theory about the nature of expression but also as a potential site of rapprochement and inheritance.
Philosophical theory hence serves a restorative function.
Each character strives to enable or force others to see the world through their perspective; in order to realize this goal, Kamtchowsky employs her camera, Pabst relies on his blog, and the narrator turns herself over to her obsessively grand philosophical theory.
This philosophical concept might be the strength of this book, for the application of ethical and philosophical theory to Pentecostalism has never been attempted quite like this, and certainly with nowhere near the detail and sophistication that Wariboko manages to achieve.
Her exploration of the relationship between desire and repulsion is further informed by Jean-Paul Sartre's philosophical theory on the unpleasant yet alluring elements of slime -- which is, in effect, the concept of resistance versus temptation.
According to Buchanan, most existing theoretical attempts to justify international legal human rights mistakenly assume a mirroring view, according to which these legal human rights are justified only to the extent that they mirror the content of some philosophical theory of moral human rights (p.
In the World Interior of Capital: For a Philosophical Theory of Globalization.
An immunologist by training, Fleck became known for his philosophical theory of "thought collectives," which holds that no matter how objective scientists try to be, they cannot escape certain cultural tendencies.
In the world interior of capital; for a philosophical theory of globalization.
She takes abstract philosophical theory and shows it at work addressing concrete situations, which is something that students who are relatively new to philosophy often need, and that students and educators who are more experienced with philosophy often need to be reminded of.
Offering a comparative perspective on the status of freedom of religion and laicity in political and philosophical theory, this book was intended primarily as a monographic work, because there has always been a particular relation between the two in past two centuries in Europe's long road.

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