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Incarnation, Alienation, and Emancipation

A Sartrean Analysis of Filmic Violence

Daniel Sullivan

experiment’…The violent ‘game’ incarnates the type of violence characterizing the society in question.” 19 Sartre stresses that incarnating violence must be in some sense real . Violence always involves what he calls the Absolute – meaning, the ever

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Colonising ‘Free’ Will

A Critique of Political Decolonisation in Ghana

Bernard Forjwuor

only does the critical attitude plunge into an ethical void – given that which must be radically insubordinate is held, indeed bound, to the reaffirmation of an absolute ground of thinking – it inflects once more upon itself to a logical justification

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Niki Megalommati

According to Roman law, the foundation of society was the patria potestas (the power of the father of the household or paterfamilias ), which constituted an absolute authority over wives and children. 47 Christian teachings attempted to restrict the power

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Sociocultural Change in Hungary

A Politico-Anthropological Approach

Ferenc Bódi and Ralitsa Savova

Christian idea of the state and considered the multilingualism and coexistence of different ethnic and religious groups as a great advantage. 2 The state could be found in Europe's absolute and relative center. The relative center of Europe can be found in

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Resisting Liberalism in Israel—the Case of Marginalized Mizrahim

Nissim Mizrachi and Menachem Mautner

view, in which rejection of the liberal message is symptomatic of a social and political malady rather than an alternative worldview whose recognition may cast doubt on the absolute certainty attached to the liberal stance as the only vision of a proper

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Reflections on Cosmopolitan

Politesse with Perspectives from Papua New Guinea

Eric Hirsch

whether an event will occur until it actually has, and then there is the risk it will be poorly assessed. Rapport argues that ‘cosmopolitan politesse’ is founded on an absolute distinction between symbolical reality and ontological reality. But can these

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Invoking a World of Ideas

Theory and Interpretation in the Justification of Colonialism

David Boucher

), which may eventually undermine its compelling character. The classic, but brief, statement to this effect, subsequently elaborated by Thomas S. Kuhn (2012) and Stephen Toulmin (1972) was given by R. G. Collingwood. He argued: ‘the absolute

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Bringing into View

Knowledge Fields and Sociolegal Phenomena

Narmala Halstead

-the-ground interactions with law. A relational value of rights as one mediating the legal absolute status ensues. This resonates with Sally Engle Merry’s (1999: 118) discussion in which she began to explore state power as a paradigmatic shift in her work in considering if

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John Drakakis

relative and absolute value of the love object that Benvolio takes up again at the end of the following scene. Left entirely to the emotions, love is a capricious force, hence the need for some kind of institutional containment. Act I scene 2 opens with

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Cyrus Shahan

disguised as the new. Rather, post punk’s electronic distortions signal a “militancy of noise” 2 dependent upon aesthetic repetition. That repetition, in theory, contained potential escapes from the horizons of experience made seemingly absolute by