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being twofold

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Citing Sara Ahmed, Brioni interprets the "postcolonial" as a "transnational space that transcends two supposedly unchangeable and dichotomic categories" (5).
In Agamben's philosophy, the threshold is a spatial metaphor indicating a mobile borderland, rather than a borderline, a space 'in-between', where apparently dichotomic categories are no longer discernible.
This paper examines writings of women who wrote in the Urdu language at a time when reading and writing by women was highly dichotomic issue among the Muslim male elite, the majority of whom looked at women's education as a threat to their cultural norms and values.
The modern Western ontology, definitely mapped out in the works of Martin Heidegger, does not liquidate the duality of Greek ontology rather it de-regularizes it from dichotomic to synthetic relation.
Narratives of simultaneity do not take exception to binary or dichotomic constellations per se.
By means of a dichotomic procedure based on Mamun (2009), each disclosure item that is shown in the management report, the surveyed companies, will add one (1) point, otherwise the item will be considered 0 (zero), after this analysis, we used the IDIHR proxy, formed by dividing the score achieved by each company and the many points that it could achieve, thus forming its disclosure percentage as follows in Equation 1:
This section begins with a closed and dichotomic question (have you already experienced or are you currently suffering some form of intimidation, aggression or violence in schools related to your perceived or effective sexual orientation or gender identity?
The second most relevant characteristic is that in Mexico the influence of income on attendance is dichotomic.
1969) considers two dichotomic (eigenvalues [+ or -]1) observables per party, namely, ([A.
For example, some narratives show that the managers not only understand rules with a dichotomic logic (a choice between right and wrong), they also attribute a civic connotation to the concept, considering both the external and the internal environment of the organization.
This dichotomic view of the Jews is found elsewhere in Nietzsche's writings.
Given the reduced variability of the scores, distribution frequencies were considered on a nominal dichotomic scale.
Considering an on-off control law for each subsystem, the control output is dichotomic [a.
Secondly, it would be interesting to transform the variable of the responses of the scale items from dichotomic to ordinal (as in a Likert scale) and to study whether this would entail any changes in the assessments of the FFI and MFI loads of textbook activities by different groups of judges.