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Even if unity, systematicity, and scientificity are intrinsically related to each other in the philosophy of symbolic forms, such an approach does not address the specific problem of philosophy as rigorous knowledge and its constitutive relations to science.
In conclusion, then, while there are frequent allusions to science in the work of Italian critics who have embraced the structuralist method, their rhetoric of scientificity is often dependent upon a metaphoric, analogical use of the term science.
The Theory has been challenged on its lack of scientificity (Heylighen, 40), integrated conceptual structure, (Heylighen, 45), supportive research evidence (Wahba, 212), and validity of the concept (Schott, 109).
In spite of varying claims of scientificity and varied rejection of bourgeois-liberal humanism, certain forms of narratology were squarely situated within a rather traditional ethical framework in their very choice of method and focus.
Interests are the always-already which invariably if often opaquely, determine the scientificity of history's grand narratives.
On the other hand, the existence of this rational kernel need not prevent us from remaining sceptical about AL's claims to scientificity.
Such a move is necessary inasmuch as theology has "nothing like an object, theology having none of the characteristics of scientificity, and especially not its objectivity.
These resource superiorities provide particularly precious professional support for the composition of this Report, and also guarantee the accuracy, authority, scientificity and perspectiveness of the data cited herein.
Finally, Chropra compares online Hindu, Sikh, and Kashmiri nationalisms in an effort to show that the scientificity of Hindutva is peculiar to that ideology and not an artifact of the online status of the nationalist discourse.
As such, scientificity and rationality lose their meanings when distorted by the discourse of fundamentalism.
In the introduction to this work, David Herman proposes the term "postclassical narratology," taken up in Luc Herman and Bart Vervaeck's article, "in order to group the various efforts to transcend 'classical' structuralist narratology, which has been reproached for its scientificity, anthropomorphism, disregard for context, and gender-blindness" (450; also see the entries "Implied Reader," "Narrative," "Natural Narratolology," "Cultural Studies Approaches to Narrative," "Gender Studies," and "Feminist Narratology").
In Of Grammatology (1976) he had asked: "Without venturing up to that perilous necessity, and within the traditional norms of scientificity upon which we fall back provisionally,.

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