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agonistics

the art of athletic combat or contests in public games.
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There is room for sharp disagreement here, between an introduction that sees Jameson's agonistics as just one "part of a dialectic that has also to include the realities of intermedial cooperation," and an afterword that views each work as an allegory of the conflict between film and literature, in "their never-ending and unresolvable struggles for primacy.
It also helps us to see, finally, what might be meant by that seeming oxymoron in my title: a "vernacular metaphysics" Elaborated and deep as Coleridge's thought was already becoming, it is bonded absolutely and inwardly to a low-register agonistics such as that of the Mariner; if it is a work of the "head," it is none the less attached to a human "heart" such as the newly redirected heart acquired by the Mariner thanks to his ordeal.
Coverage includes the behavior of antioxidants and bioantioxidants in chemical and biological media, creation of new biochips, the behavior of enzymes in vitro and in vivo, the use of polymers for radiation treatment, cancer diagnostics, new biotests and methods of chemical and biochemical analysis, increasing trombolitic efficiency, new therapeutic agents, the use of nanotubes in biostimulators, biotechnology of receptions of antidotes, industrial production of vaccines, novel antiulcerogenic factors, analytical methods for the detection of GMOs, neuroprotective properties of agonistics of protease activated receptions, and aspectic controlled release from films.
And while the commercial implies that each over-the top performance of skill is in fact part of an ongoing agonistics between, lite professionals that will have its winners and losers, this is hardly comparable to the significance of an authorised, international sporting contest.
To make this case she must write literary history in reverse, moving from Shakespeare's Jacobean agonistics to Sidney's Elizabethan wisdom of accommodation.