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Diana Espírito Santo

appropriated by corresponding experts for specific ends, but also that the self is more than just itself. It leaves traces and can become ontologically associated with objects. It can absorb foreign entities into its environment to provoke havoc, can be

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Undoing Traceable Beginnings

Citizenship and Belonging among Former Burundian Refugees in Tanzania

Patricia Daley, Ng’wanza Kamata, and Leiyo Singo

insufficient for the positive self-identity that he craved—what the sociologist Anthony Giddens (1991) terms “ontological security.” For that, Zacharia needed to erase the affliction of his ethnic past. For over 40 years, refugees who fled Burundi in 1972

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Ronnie Olesker

-delegitimization response? Israelis view legitimacy as a national security asset, while conversely delegitimization poses a national security threat to ontological security and, as such, has been securitized by the state. Israel has adopted offensive measures to respond to

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Too Much of Nothing

Analytic and Sartrean Phenomenological Perspectives

John Graham Wilson

café requires “a search into the ontology of not-being.” For, in the July 1945 issue of Horizon, Ayer explains, nothingness’s property “is ‘to make nothing of’, but since it is not, it cannot do that even to itself, but has somehow to suffer it.” 10

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Stephan Feuchtwang

and reflective, they refer to a sensed reality and thus are ontological. They refer to objects in a universe. Stocks of such images are a means of identification of what we can experience and what is beyond direct living experience. In his article in

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Achieving Indigenous Environmental Justice in Canada

Deborah McGregor

Indigenous legal traditions ( Borrows 2002 , 2010; Craft 2014 ; Napoleon 2007 ), and the role of reconciliation in achieving justice. Reconciliation as conceptualized ontologically by Indigenous peoples (as distinct from state-conceived and -sponsored

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Blue Sky Matter

Toward an (In-flight) Understanding of the Sensuousness of Mobilities Design

Ole B. Jensen and Phillip Vannini

737 and the DHC-2 we reflect on the different atmospheres of our flight experiences. Finally, we conclude with a brief reflection on the ontology of mobilities design. By introducing ideas drawn from alien phenomenology and flat ontology, 14 we

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Remaking Oceans Governance

Critical Perspectives on Marine Spatial Planning

Luke Fairbanks, Noëlle Boucquey, Lisa M. Campbell, and Sarah Wise

begun to articulate the implications of “doing MSP” in terms of ideas such as the organization of marine space, the power of assembled actors in those spaces, and the ontological implications of planning and its support tools (e.g., ocean data

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Noel N. Sauer

“psychical analogon.” In so doing, Clayton rightfully drew attention to the fundamental but mostly overlooked or underestimated “role and ontological status” of the psychical analogon in Sartre’s theory of mental imagery. 6 Clayton suggests “we should

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Guillaume Lecomte

developed the idea that the visual ontology of comics was its defining feature and was to be differentiated from cinematic photorealism. Hans-Christian Christiansen explored, for instance, the relationship between films and comics in narratological terms