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Fixed ideas have taken the most complete possession of some thinkers who have been most determined to renounce them, and have been vehemently affirmed when they could be least explained and were incapable of proof.
The thinker launches a volley of questions, and it is not personal; with a skeptic, it is.
com/2017/tv/news/the-flash-season-4-barry-iris-westallen-the-thinker-1202585873/) Variety , executive producer Todd Helbing offered an explanation for how they ended up choosing The Thinker (Neil Sandilands) as the show's first non-speedster big bad.
Tunisian thinker Mohamed Talbi died on May 1, 2017, on the night of Sunday to Monday, at the age of 96 in his home in Bardo, near Tunis.
On the other, there was a nagging feeling it had not been his finest hour and with better luck The Thinker would at least have made a race of it with Little Polveir, and maybe even have won.
Scruton's sociological eye is impeccable as he sketches a slightly different relationship of thinker to admirers in Germany.
Dubai: Saudi authorities have banned the sale of books by two prominent Gulf thinkers known to be sympathetic to the banned Muslim Brotherhood, according to reports.
Prospect's managing editor, Jonathan Derbyshire, said that The Pope has really led, individually, the regeneration of the Vatican and he is there not as a religionist but as a social thinker.
ANORTH East university professor who inspired an Oscar-winning blockbuster has been ranked among the top 10 global thinkers.
She met many of the country's leading intellectual and radical thinkers when they visited Coventry and she prepared the way for an eventual move to London where she was to find love, fame and wealth.
We are created to think, and we have a responsibility to think well, Shaikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, told the student delegates at this year's Festival of Thinkers.
More specifically, we will argue: (1) that there is a tension in Castoriadis' acknowledgement of the retreat of the political project of autonomy, on the one hand, and its thinkability as a viable project, on the other; and (2) that this tension remains unresolved in so far as Castoriadis fails to recognize the effects of the project's retreat on the thinker who must be understood as the bearer of the place of the project's retreat.