Semantic Minimalism and the Frege Point1Semantic Minimalism and the Frege Point1
The philosophical journals of the 1950s are rich with views like these
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The parol evidence rule: a comparative analysis and proposalThe parol evidence rule: a comparative analysis and proposal
This article results from the conviction that useful light can be shed on the problems surrounding the parol evidence rule by an examination of its status in other common law jurisdictions
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A critique of the key legislative framework guiding civil liberties in zimbabweA critique of the key legislative framework guiding civil liberties in zimbabwe
Additionally the paper highlights the gravity of the gross breach of legal provisions that are meant to promote human and civil rights. In addressing these aims the paper responds to the question
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Alexander the Great’s military expedition brought many Greeks and Macedonians to the East through the Persian Empire and into IndiaAlexander the Great’s military expedition brought many Greeks and Macedonians to the East through the Persian Empire and into India
It is clear that Alexander set out to create a unified empire including Greeks and non-Greeks. However, there is insufficient evidence to support a policy of racial fusion and cultural syncretism
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This is My BodyThis is My Body
Thomas J. Tobin • English Department • Duquesne University • Pittsburgh, pa 15282
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Oxford university pressOxford university press
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, translated, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means
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Against Hypertext: Digital Literature & Its AntecedentsAgainst Hypertext: Digital Literature & Its Antecedents
Roland Barthes who writes on the concept of a ‘readerly’ as opposed to a ‘writerly’ text. Landow identifies Barthes writings in S/Z as productive in describing how hypertext creates meaning. For Barthes
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Unconscious Imagination and the Mental Imagery DebateUnconscious Imagination and the Mental Imagery Debate
The Brogaard Lab for Multisensory Research, University of Miami; and Department of Philosophy, University of Oslo
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Conditions necessary for the protection of the world climate as seen by a seaman and lawyerConditions necessary for the protection of the world climate as seen by a seaman and lawyer
Published by Verein der Freunde und Foerderer des gkss-forschungszentrums Geesthacht e. V.; Issn 0934-9804, 1992; Pages 42
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Violence, History and the State: Gujarat 2002Violence, History and the State: Gujarat 2002
These events continued for a number of months while the rest of India and indeed the world looked on. The victims, including thousands of children, remain displaced and traumatised within insalubrious and over-crowded ‘relief camps’
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Observations on Contemporary Indian Views of GandhiObservations on Contemporary Indian Views of Gandhi
I had the privilege of calling friend before they passed away. Hopefully this gives me some small claim to make comments on the status of what may be termed “Gandhism” in India
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B. Sandrisser An old Japanese tale concerns the well-known twelfth-century Buddhist priest Saigyo, who once requested a night’s lodging in the simple cottage of an elderly Shinto priest and his wifeB. Sandrisser An old Japanese tale concerns the well-known twelfth-century Buddhist priest Saigyo, who once requested a night’s lodging in the simple cottage of an elderly Shinto priest and his wife
The story is told somewhat differently in a Noh song, Ugetsu, meaning “rainy month”: the roof needs repairing, but the couple is reluctant to do it, for the experience of the moon and the rain would no longer be immediate
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Social Policy for Inclusive Development in Africa: Revisiting Development DiscourseSocial Policy for Inclusive Development in Africa: Revisiting Development Discourse
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Enforcement of International Arbitration Awards- the New York ConventionEnforcement of International Arbitration Awards- the New York Convention
If the state has implemented the New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards of 1958 (the Convention), recognition and enforcement will be according to the terms of this Convention
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Standards are Good for Business: Standardized Comparison and the Private Sector in EducationStandards are Good for Business: Standardized Comparison and the Private Sector in Education
I offer a few proposals as to why policy actors buy into commercial reform packages, as well as how they justify doing so. I use the interpretive framework of policy borrowing and lending to explain the rise of the education industry
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