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post-trial challenges, counterchallenges, and reopening of old records
If Musharraf had not stepped down, there would have been a major crisis resulting in challenges and counterchallenges," he added.
Such plays, Clark concludes, operate by offering "challenges and counterchallenges, tricks and countertricks, perplexing and disturbing entanglements of good and evil, loss and victory; and they do so by means of riddling and punning, challenging and manipulating proverbial expressions and entangling image patterns that replicate and urge problems that mark the transition from Elizabethan to Jacobean" (80).
Before discussing some of the pedagogical implications of postmodernism for teaching spirituality, it may be helpful to acknowledge that defenders of modernism have developed significant counterchallenges regarding postmodern pedagogical strategies.
They present challenges and counterchallenges, tricks and countertricks, perplexing and disturbing entanglements of good and evil, loss and victory; and they do so by means of riddling and punning, challenging and manipulating proverbial expressions and entangling image pattern that replicate and urge problems that mark the transition from Elizabethan to Jacobean.
The Supreme Court, in trying to make sense of these shifts, and the resultant slings and arrows of constitutional takings challenges and counterchallenges hurled during the various ratemaking conflicts of the twentieth century, has observed that "neither law nor economics has yet devised generally accepted standards for the evaluation of ratemaking orders"(26) and has, in recent years, sensibly refused to elevate any particular methodology to the level of constitutional mandate, choosing instead to focus its efforts on the overall effects of regulation.