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A Theory of ‘Animal Borders’

Thoughts and Practices toward Non-human Animals among the G|ui Hunter-Gatherers

Kazuyoshi Sugawara

locate my theoretical standpoint in the ‘phenomenological positivism’ proposed by Maurice Merleau-Ponty and explicate the dual meaning of the term ‘animal border’. I then offer a general description of the subjects of my ethnographic research, G

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Stefan Nygård and Johan Strang

, was comparing different interpretations of positivism and liberalism in England, Germany, France, and southern Europe in the interest of finding a suitable model for his native Denmark and Scandinavia. As a cultural mediator outside the core, Brandes

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Experiencing In-betweenness

Literary Spatialities

Tahmineh Hooshyar Emami

.” American Journal of Sociology 15 ( 4 ): 536 – 548 . 10.1086/211804 Minikkinen , Panu . 2007 . “ Hostility and Hospitality .” No Foundations: Journal of Extreme Legal Positivism 4 : 53 – 60 . Reichert , Dagmar . 1992 . “ On Boundaries

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Monika Rudaś-Grodzka, Katarzyna Nadana-Sokołowska, Anna Borgos, and Dorottya Rédai

various historical periods (Joanna Partyka—early modernity, Monika Rudaś-Grodzka—romanticism, Iwona Wiśniewska—second half of the nineteenth century or so-called “positivism,” Anna Nasiłowska—modernism); in various genres and aspects of women’s writing

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Bath Houses

The Shared Space between Athens and Jerusalem

Lev Taylor

having religious significance, while Gamliel cannot reconcile the two. This challenges essentialist claims about Jewish positive attitudes towards bodies. Jakobsen observes that claims of Jewish body-positivism are undone somewhat in the cases of queer

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Peter Herrmann

. Boston : University of Massachusetts Press . Hart , H. L. A. 1958 . “ Positivism and the Separation of Law and Morals .” Harvard Law Review 71 ( 4 ): 593 – 629 . http://www.jstor.org/stable/1338225 10.2307/1338225 Jhering , R. von

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Shelling from the ivory tower

Project Camelot and the post–World War II operationalization of social science

Philip Y. Kao

how and why certain scientific ideas and values were employed to study social change. It will expand on the connection between positivism and functionalism in Project Camelot’s design, and show how this linkage eventually played out in the early

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Joost Beuving and Geert de Vries

sociology and psychology in particular) and later in semi-independent methodology departments. The first generation of chairs in social research methodology almost without exception embraced positivism as their guiding paradigm. Typically, they espoused

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Konstantin Klokov

environment and patterns of reindeer herding. Scholars have emphasized the difference of these modes of thinking. The dominant approach is based on positivism and is a kind of “a machine theory” with the help of which a computer model may be built ( Dudgeon

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Girls with Disabilities in the Global South

Rethinking the Politics of Engagement

Xuan Thuy Nguyen

generalized across contexts. By taking for granted the stories being constructed in such images as truth, positivism ignores the social, historical, and political specificities that construct their standpoints and representations. In contrast, this