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theologians shifted into high gear in 1992, eventuating in the present requirement for all Catholics teaching "theology" (20) in Roman Catholic colleges and universities in the U.
Alternating within them between economic and political matters, subsequent chapters deal with the Spanish imperial crisis eventuating in Mexican Independence, the substantial collapse of the regional economy in the fifteen years or so after Independence, the revival of the 183 Os an d 1840s, the political ferment, upward middle-class mobility, and elite stasis of the 1840s and 1850s, the economic downturn and economic realignments of the 1850s and 1860s, and the railroad- and banking-stimulated revival of the "Porfinian boom" from the middle-1870s or so.
Scientific explanations of bodily movements, Hornsby argues, presuppose a sequence of causally-linked events, beginning with certain neurophysiological events and eventuating in the bodily movements being explained.