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Johanna M. Pangritz
Doing Personhood in Chinese Culture
The Desiring Individual, Moralist Self and Relational Person
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Dannica Fleuß and Gary S. Schaal
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Good People Doing Bad Things
Compliance Regimes in Organisations
Several decades ago, while doing fieldwork with local officials in communist Romania, I asked a local administrator how he handled all the decrees and regulations that came down from the party and state organs. ‘Well’, he said, ‘some of them I
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Percepciones sobre la Técnica del Insecto Estéril en México
Ana Laura Pacheco Soriano, Ariane Dor, and Dora Elia Ramos Muñoz
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Rawls, the Fair Value of the Basic Political Liberties, and the Collapse of the Distinction Between ‘Ideal’ and ‘Nonideal’ Theory
Susan Orr and James Johnson
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Jennifer Dodge, Richard Holtzman, Merlijn van Hulst, and Dvora Yanow
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Why Does God Get It Wrong?
Divine Fallibility in Athens and Jerusalem
Gabriel Kanter Webber
. ‘To who?’ ‘To Joe.’ ‘For what?’ ‘For the apple he gave you.’ ‘For the apple he gave me?’ asked Danish. ‘I found that apple myself.’ ‘Do you think the apple just grew there?’ Doughnut shouted. I remembered this story when visiting a Hindu
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Leo Hopkinson and Teodor Zidaru
—has come to overdetermine recent public and scholarly discourse on what competition does. Tacit analyses of competition in anthropology tend to slide into this ‘capitalist slot’, 1 sharing many critical perspectives about competition's effects with
How Many Emotions Does Film Studies Need?
A Phenomenological Proposal
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