dichotomy


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being twofold

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Alford's emphasis on this body allows him to solve the Somerset-Northumberland dichotomy which has haunted the historiography of the reign for years.
In this communication we analyze a dichotomy that pervades research on attitude in mathematics education: the classification of attitude as positive/negative.
Barbarians and Civilisation traces the evolution of the civilised/barbarian dichotomy from its origins in the 19th century to its recent incarnations in popular discourse.
"This legal dichotomy is without any foundation whatsoever." He adds that "with political speech we don't have the fraud remedy; politicians lie all the time." Had President George H.
This superb collection of essays is based on a 1997 conference in Copenhagen dealing with the implications of the ostensible dichotomy between Judaism and Hellenism as they pertain to the interpretation of Paul's letters.
Through the character of Cleo, West offers a critique of the American patriarchal society with its long-established dichotomy: an unlimited public/business sphere for men and a limited private/domestic sphere for women.
Keywords: constitution, dichotomy, Elias, Hobbes, Latour, problem of order, sociology
Sensitively reconciling the dichotomy of universal scientific knowledge with the secrecy required to protect patents worth millions, Heikkinen-Komonen's building provides an open forum for a closed community.
Schotz, executive managing officer, GVA Williams, "Our market analysis reflects the current dichotomy of the New Jersey commercial real estate marketplace.
Public administration scholars have developed three models to characterize the relationship between elected and appointed officials in democratic governments: the orthodox politics-administration dichotomy, the modified dichotomy, and partnership models.
Drawing a line between those who create suffering to further their cause and those who strive to alleviate suffering regardless of the cause is fair, though the dichotomy may foster intolerance and further polarize the opposition.
The increasingly adverse international trade climate led to a dichotomy in private sector German demand during 2001.
Shifting between "a dichotomy surrender and hope," Royte both questions and admires the usefulness of such exhaustive work and explores its place in saving a complex tropical ecosystem.
Deconstructing official statistics and reports as well as peasant petitions to the land settlement commission, many of which are housed in central Russian archives, Pallot challenges the traditional dichotomy that interpreters of the reforms have drawn to distinguish the separators from the non-separators, i.e ., peasants who privatized their allotments and left the commune vs.
The initiative was founded by the late Cardinal Joseph Bernardin to address polarization in the church between so-called "liberals" and "conservatives." But at its fifth annual conference, held in the Chicago area in March, the project abandoned that dichotomy to instead bring together young adult Catholics in their 20s and 30s and "former young adults" for a dialogue.