And you'll sit beside me, and we'll look, not at visions, but at realities
1) The overwhelming conclusion of these interpreters of the new realities
is that former practices, structures, and traditions no longer function as they once did and thus have become like old and outdated machines, ill-fitted to keep pace or to operate with effectiveness.
Every scientific invention takes us closer to the ideal of "total cinema"--from the addition of sound and color to film, to the creation of three-dimensional interactive virtual realities
The process reflected population details from the 2000 census and the four political realities
that always govern redistricting.
He contrasts this approach with a propositional view, or correspondence theory, in which doctrines make straightforward truth claims and provide discursive information about objective realities
Sociology of knowledge deals not only with empirical knowledge relative to various societies but also with the processes by which bodies of knowledge become established as social realities