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John's writing has been published in The Economist, The Guardian, Per Contra, Hazlitt, ZAM Magazine, Evergreen Review, and Chimurenga's The Chronic.
Plato esmenta Fedre (18) tres vegades als seus dialegs: al Protagoras se'n fa una petita allusio a 315c, en la que se'l presenta com un dels joves que escolten els discursos del sofista Hipias a casa de Callias; al Convit el seu paper es forca mes rellevant, en tant que es un dels convidats a casa d'Agato i que, a mes a mes, tria el fil central dels discursos que es pronunciaran (19), dels quals ell mateix ofereix el primer; al Fedre, per contra, es l'interlocutor principal-i unic--de Socrates.
American Arts Quarterly, Measure, Tilt-a-Whirl, Per Contra, Lavender
Com que la visio sistematica del mon juridic no li interessa, Llull se centra a difondre la seva nova cosmovisio i ensenyar els rudiments de l'Art a un public no especialista (o, per contra, coneixedor del dret, pero no de l'Art).
Per contra, one issue which arises overseas but not at home--and one Mr Riddell does discuss--is the relationship between aid and military activity.
Per contra, there is still at Camden Park a set of the 1805 three-decker edition of Lady Hertford's letters which was given as a present in 1808 to John Macarthur's daughter Elizabeth: but only volumes 1 and 2 bear the Camden Park bookplate while volume 3 has the Clint version of her brothers' plate.
[82] et ibi Bartolus quod testamentum doctoris non rescinditur per contra tabulas.
Per contra, the betting industry's conflict of interest when pontificating on our fixture list is of monumental proportions.
The possibility of their existence, incidentally, points per contra to the weakness of the 'beauty out of pure function' theory.
Per contra, 90 per cent of tuberculosis deaths in children are untreated cases.
Per contra, the USA was a civilised country, not ruled by massacring and starving its citizens, as Stalin did.