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Martin Staum's survey of the complex history of racial theory and physiognomy during the Third Republic provides yet another case study that shows how conventional views of race science overlook its hidden inconstancies.
But it seems to have been her orthodox father's religious inconstancies that cause her, at times, to turn away from traditional rituals.
They point to a vision of law as ideally unchanging and therefore fundamentally different in nature from society itself, which is full of contradictions and inconstancies.