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Here the methodologically sensitive reader may feel some frustration, as the border between exposing the sources and disclosing their perduring insights blurs not infrequently.
Simplistically depicted as a struggle of true-believing Orthodoxy over a bewildering assortment of heresies unhelpfully labeled "gnosticism," the history of the early church, as it is most commonly written, bears the perduring stain of mimetic rivalry.
Here Eisenstadt ranges widely through Japanese history to discover perduring patterns of institutions and behavior that might help explain the patterns he has discerned in modern Japan.
At the same time that their words speak in an idiom of perduring alliance and ancient kabisu [clan], the forms of ritualized encounter pragmatically highlight the fact that active group identities and allegedly stable alliances are interactively and recurrently achieved.
Their purpose, as the author unravels it, was dual: first, to protest injustice, just as male protesters did; and second, to protest their perduring condition of subordination.
Feminism, it seems, is something that does not go away easily, is disturbingly perduring, is everywhere now and cuts across all cultures and all age levels.
s introduction insightfully frames the book's structure and reiterates the perduring significance of King and Bonhoeffer, and J.
Add to this impending clash of social forces a mandate to correct the nation's perduring racism through the instrument of education ("Brown v.
As any reader of Mark Twain knows, the post-Civil War period is marked to a great extent by the perduring appeal of blackface minstrelsy.
Miller argues that even if we grant that vagueness is always the result of semantic indeterminacy rather than ontological vagueness, and thus also grant that composition is unrestricted, it does not follow that objects persist by perduring.
Further, learning to theologize in conversation with the poor is itself creative -- the back and forth reveals added layers of meaning about God and humankind, even as it affirms the perduring mystery of God.
Within this institutional context, which was both perduring and mutable, the author finds a profound change in the sixteenth century in the lives of T'ai-ho people at home and in government service.