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The Spanish problem spotlights the self-contradictions of European policy makers.
It is probably not surprising that for those who focus upon the self-contradictions in the Diamond Sutra, the point that the text is making concerns logic, or more broadly, reason.
Professor Furman's self-contradictions are as instructive as his apparent unawareness of them.
Certainly, the play is filled with the famous Wildean paradoxes and self-contradictions which drew appreciative laughter from a crowded theatre.
Far from it; the book's strength is that even though the contributors tend to be liberals, they are aware of the self-contradictions of Rawlsian "reasonability" and analyze it in their own ways.
He was allowed to get away with blaming the impression of uncertainty on "some sections of the press" - who were quoting his own self-contradictions.
Although illustrating some of the inescapable self-contradictions of skepticism, it aims not so much to defend the possibility of epistemological certainty as to shore up the foundations of ethics and assess the social consequences of skepticism as a way of life.
remains unanswered, and rightly so, for it is surely not the biographer's task to attempt to nail down the shadowy self-contradictions of so masked a personality.
But the Swami taught Isherwood that the distinction between worldliness and otherworldliness is false, and Isherwood's change was gradual and inclusive - his personality was comprehensive enough to encompass self-contradictions that he was aware of and enjoyed.
As a result, in spite of his sensitivity to the self-contradictions of fundamentalistic thought, Robert Fuller doesn't pursue the fascinating paradox that fundamentalist exegetes, while ostensibly committed to a literal reading of the Bible, have produced a host of symbolic readings of biblical prophetic texts when these have suited their needs or agendas.
the self-contradictions which he finds in some of Kraus' writings, only reinforce Kraus' position as the authority, who is subjected to strictures such as those which the medievals aimed at Aristotle or Ibn Sina.
The Last Marxist likes to say that these kinds of self-contradictions and bloopers are an inherent part of punditry.