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Catrin Gibson

. Consciousness is ‘for-itself’ because it is intentional; it is always consciousness of something, and it is empty apart from the object that it aims at. ‘Being-in-itself’, in contrast, is absolute and self-identical. It roughly refers to the existence of non

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Accounting for Imaginary Presence

Husserl and Sartre on the Hyle of Pure Imagination

Di Huang

Husserl's notion of immanence and the relativity of both immanence and non-intentionality. As discussed in Ideas I , the notion of immanence is ambiguous between the sense of absolute self-givenness and the sense of real containment—an ambiguity Husserl

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Joseph Khoury

’s thesis that ‘Islam in all its manifestations – imperial, military, cultural, theological and commercial – is part of the national story of England … [and] absolute theological belief often yielded to strategic considerations, political pressures and the

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Moral Conflict

The Private, the Public and the Political

Marios Filis

successfully. Monistic and pluralistic approaches to moral theory generate two different conceptions of moral, and thus political, agency. In the first monistic approach moral agency is conceived literally in terms of absolute consistency and continuity 1

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Anna Sapir Abulafia

way to regard other religions without ‘absolutism or relativism’. As he says: ‘God is absolute, but no single religion is absolute’ and ‘… God is too rich and too over-defined for it to be possible to exhaust him in his fullness through a particular

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Yet Another Grand Coalition

The Social Democrats at the Crossroads

Andreas M. Wüst

the process, time runs quickly. Within a period of fourteen days of balloting, either a new chancellor (by absolute or relative majority) is elected and appointed by the president, or, after an additional seven days, the president can dissolve the

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John Gillespie and Katherine Morris

Nothingness contains three different concepts of God: God as Nature, God as radical Otherness, and God as Absolute Value. He then uses Sartre's concept of the imaginary to explain how these concepts take on anthropomorphised forms in popular religions

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God's Voice in a Secular Society

A Muslim Perspective

Taniya Hussain

, The Last, The Manifest, The Hidden, The Doer of Good, The Ever Relenting, The Avenger, The Effacer of Sins, The King of Absolute Sovereignty, The Lord of Majesty and Generosity, The Uniter, The Enricher, The Protector, The Punisher, The Light, The

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John H. Gillespie, Marcos Norris, and Nik Farrell Fox

as Sartre’s theological predecessors, for the absolute freedom, or nothingness, of the for-itself grows out of the theological premise that human nature depends on a deity who ‘perpetually wills being into being’ (33). What is particularly intriguing

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How Movements Are Mediated

The Case of the Hungarian Student Network in 2012–2013

Bálint Takács, Sára Bigazzi, Ferenc Arató, and Sára Serdült

percent of non-agreed cases were discussed with all four authors of this article, with decisions concerning these divergences made after discussion and subsequent consensus. The results show frequencies and weighted absolute values. Weighting was conducted