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Jürgen Matthäus

books’ treatment of RPB 101 based on the same set of material: post-war criminal investigations, and war-time photographs depicting scenes deemed relevant for their respective argument. “Deemed” marks an important qualification, beyond the inherent subjectivity of an author’s source selection and

Heinz-Elmar Tenorth

Technik beziehe sich »theils auf die Kunst der Darbietung, theils auf die der Befestigung«, man kann ihre »objective«, vom »Lehrobject«, und ihre »subjective«, von der »Person des […] Lehrers« bestimmte Seite unterscheiden (ebd., S. 77). Geradezu emphatisch, jedenfalls ohne Angst vor der ›Technik

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Verena Schneider

how much Sommer’s abridged interpretation blanks out the subjective dimension of this form of violence and the psychological and physical harm this suffering caused for the women. By comparing and rating sexualized violence, he instead manifests a deeply antifeminist reappraisal of sexual and

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Emmanuel Zumabakuro Dassah

the nature of this method the researcher’s positionality is an important consideration in fieldwork research. He refers to the fact that positionality is not the same as subjectivity even though it falls within its domain. For him positionality goes beyond the researcher’s interest because “we attend

Helmuth Trischler and Fabienne Will

subjectivity or objectivity. Far from trying to ‚reconcile‘ or ‚combine‘ nature and society, the task, the crucial political task, is on the contrary to distribute agency as far and in as differentiated a way as possible – until, that is, we have thoroughly lost any relation between those two concepts of

Continuity – Change – Break?

Attempts at Explaining the Path Taken by Catholicism to Recognizing Religious Freedom

Karl Gabriel, Christian Spiess and Katja Winkler

politicians and jurists invoke a Christian image of humankind that is based largely on “personal dignity”, “self-reliance of the person”, and “autonomous morality”. However, this emphasis on autonomous morality and “pre-state ideas of subjective rights” does not correspond to the official position of the

Hans Derks

least one jewish parent’ (father or mother), while the halacha accept only the mother. The addition ‘non-religious’ is only ‘defined’ according to a subjective self-definition as a result of one choice out of five possibilities (non-practising, not religious but accepting some traditions, liberal

Joking Her Way into Suffrage

Irony in Alice Duer Miller’s “Are Women People?”

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Isabell Klaiber

, women’s historical condition of being silenced in public and being confined to men’s ideas and language as well as to proscribed female utterances. On the other hand, the strategy of subversively instrumentalizing others’ utterances serves “the formation of political subjectivity and one’s ability to

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Frank Jacob and Kenneth Pearl

difference between history and memory: “Memory is history seen through affect. And since affect is subjective, it is difficult to examine the claims of memory in the same way as we examine the claims of history. History is a discipline. We learn and teach its rules and its limits. Memory is a faculty. We

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Euler Renato Westphal

Protestant tradition. According to him, one can see a disintegration of the personality centered on subjectivity and consciousness as modern human being’s sole authority. The rupture between consciousness and world accounts for the increase of mental illnesses in Protestant countries. The escape valve of