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Coverage includes developments in nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation; biological and chemical weapons, and efforts by the international community to strengthen and universalize the two instruments; conventional arms issues at the global level, including small arms and light weapons, prohibition or restriction of the use of certain weapons, anti-personnel mines, transparency measures, and export controls; developments in specific regions regarding nuclear-weapon-free-zones, confidence building, and conventional disarmament; the response of the international community to other related issues; and studies, education, and information resources.
Deftly and arrestingly the author universalizes from every particularity of his experience, summing things up: "Every love story is also the history of an illness.
The last stanza, switching to the first-person plural voice, universalizes this dilemma of doubt and hope.
Schools become the sites of displays of style, and what is consumed as "stylish" or "cool" universalizes African-American culture.
Yet the author herself occasionally universalizes, especially when she notes that "commonalities do exist" in the texts examined, a generalization that contradicts her own doctrine.
Cowan's movie is an object lesson in how a feature--length documentary can deepen understanding of an event, recounting it with an artistry that dignifies and universalizes the people involved.
Please contact Sue Huss for more details and to schedule interviews around a service that universalizes push-to-talk and creates a new rich messaging service.
However, a few use less common points of view: two eerie tales -- one featuring paranoia over intruders and another where a ghost is observing a family gathering -- are in the second person, while the opening story, "Witching Hour," universalizes insomnia and worry through first-person plural.
It's one of those rare and particular images that universalizes a subject, here the horror of war.
In order to avoid creating a hegemonic discourse that falsely universalizes women's oppression, Fulkerson proposes a feminist "theology of affinity" rather than one based on a shared identity, because the former does not appropriate other women's experiences that could lead to domination of the Other.
Since such a claim universalizes the particular Christian belief about Jesus into an ontological reality, all efforts to be open to the other become impossible because there is always in such a christology a universalizing, supersessionist claim -- what Rosemary Ruether meant when she said that antisemitism is the left hand of christology.
The method of psychoanalysis, in this argument, is guilty of denial - it universalizes a selfhood that must be properly considered as a historical category.