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being twofold

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The contract is to develop and implement the seven-domain systems and the delivery of hardware and software to local government units mazowieckie voivodship being partners in the project "development of egovernment in the mazowieckie voivodship self-governments supporting the potential of eliminating dichotomies province", entered in the regional operational programme 2007-2013 mazowiecki in measure 2.
These two dichotomies are based on functions of information gathering and decision making and each play a role in an individual's preferred teaching/learning style.
Some dichotomies seem more objectively 'there', but even dichotomies like gender are significantly imbued with perceived cultural and socially located beliefs.
The postmodern writers want to challenge the very distinction between "science" and "society," and to question the validity of many comparable dichotomies, as well.
Stating these as dichotomies and trichotomies make them easier and more meaningful for players to first learn, then practice, and finally execute during game conditions.
The debate over water divining suggests that colonial ideologies of agricultural improvement were more eclectic and irrational than crude dichotomies opposing western rationality to native superstition allow.
In Natural Birth we see, then, a mother caught up between revulsion and love--an ambivalence symbolic of the dichotomies of human experience.
These writers interpret bits of disconnected data to reassert the old dichotomies of men versus women, of biology versus culture.
It all essentially reinforces stereotypes and avoids specific insight - and the same goes for the heart-of-gold/stone/rock cocaine dichotomies set up among the various hookers who populate the scenario.
Yet as I will show, these artificial dichotomies fail to consider the degree of overlap and intermingling between the categories.
Just as the song of the Sibyl effects a compromise between Earth-bound technology and the promise of a new and different life on Mars, so the exercise of freedom on our own planet may move us beyond simple dichotomies to creative alternatives.
She interrogates the historical tendency for reason to set up dichotomies and argues feminists have a great interest in defending a substantive concept of reason that breaks down the instrumental dichotomies of formal (patriarchal) reason.
But the more recent book suffers from many of the same conflations, reductiveness, false unities, false dichotomies, and oversimplifications as Black Feminist Theory.
This modification, that culture can determine social class, provides the foundation for a critique of the self-contradicting dichotomies historians such as Jacques Le Goff posit between exclusivist and inclusivist mentalities, between "class" mentalities and "unifying" mentalities.