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Jeanne Favret-Saada’s Minimal Ontology

Belief and Disbelief of Mystical Forces, Perilous Conditions, and the Opacity of Being

Theodoros Kyriakides

, on the one hand, and reliance, on the other—Evans-Pritchard speculates about this contradiction: “Azande are aware of the deception practiced by their witch-doctors … As in many other of their customs, we find a mingling of common sense and mystical

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“Eyes, Ears, and Wheels”

Policing Partnerships in Nairobi, Kenya

Francesco Colona and Tessa Diphoorn

Hague : Clingendael Conflict Research Unit . Private Security Regulation Act. 2016 . The Republic of Kenya, Kenya Law N. 13 of 2016. Rasmussen , Jacob . 2010 . “ Outwitting the Professor of Politics? Mungiki Narratives of Political Deception and

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Portrait

Eileen Barker

Linda Woodhead, James T. Richardson, Martyn Percy, Catherine Wessinger, and Eileen Barker

marry them off, hundreds at a time. Furthermore, questions were being asked in Parliament, where it was suggested that the movement should be prosecuted for “offenses of deception under the Theft Act.” “You can’t go now,” said my husband. On the contrary

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Ryan Gunderson

immanent critique is to expose the deception of the implied meaning: “it could not be otherwise than it is” ( Frankfurt Institute of Social Research 1972: 202 ) (cf. “Defetishizing Critique”). Normative immanent critique “appraises society by the light of

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Seized in Beirut

The Plundered Archives of the Palestinian Cinema Institution and Cultural Arts Section

Rona Sela

imposed by the colonizer, one must stop taking the colonizer into account, as a model or as an antithesis, cease the struggle against him, and break free from ‘the colonizer’s deception’ that creates one’s situation also in times of revolt (1967: 137

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Hospitality

A Timeless Measure of Who We Are?

Elena Isayev

Athenians resisted in Euripides’ Children of Heracles (l.257–258). Athens is praised for its refusal to give in to deception, by luring the children away from the protective sanctuary of Zeus, at the suggestion of the Argives, who wanted the suppliants