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I argue that Equal Weight is in tension with the core motivations for factualism about reasons.
Thirdly, transcending the triviality and fragmentary of the empirical research methods employed by the French school that reduce Comparative Literature study to communication, biography and "international trade" of literature and giving consideration to both factualism and aesthetic values.
Based on such factualism of challenges, there is no need for forceful disarmament of the civilian population without exhausting the above options throughout the Southern States.
They challenge S&T's contention that Khunian and post-Khunian paradigms have put paid to archivalism with its belief in objectivity and factualism. T&O see Kuhn's epistemological outlook as neutral regarding truth rather than being relativistic as S&T contend.
This is the thesis of factualism: the world is a world of facts.
But 'facts', or at least 'factualism', are precisely what Rabasa is out to problematize.
This is an example of what British writer Malise Ruthven, in his recent study of fundamentalism, calls "factualism," or the treatment of scripture "as manuals for practical action as distinct from sources of personal inspiration or moral guidance."
She unravels the intricacies of Frank's terminology (literalism, factualism, mystery) without rehashing earlier critical comparisons between Frank and Percy's Binx Boiling, and she interrogates Fred Hobson's influential reading of Frank as a narrator who, despite living in New Jersey, remains within a Percyan-Southern tradition.
However, the book's great and overriding strengths lie in its factualism (hospital routines; medicines to be taken, willingly or not; diapers to be changed), the quite large cast of secondary characters (nurses who mostly do the best they can, relatives whose visits can be comical or burdensome, roommates who range from the genteel to the ill-mannered to the noisy to the plainly demented), and the recollections of the past which constantly intrude, comforting or disturbing, into the talk between daughter and mother, whose sense of chronology fades.
This factualism included the precise attribution of artworks as well as the analysis of the material conditions under which artworks were produced.
In 'The Fictionalist's Attitude Problem', Graham Oddie and Daniel Demetriou critically examine Mark Kalderon's moral fictionalism, according to which, although moral judgments are truth-apt (factualism), they are not beliefs (noncognitivism).
The features of this growth are different from those identified by F&R [2005] that stress the debate between "critical" and "traditional" historians on issues such as objectivity, partisanship, the importance of archival research, and factualism.