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Sandra Chistolini

reflection, Kegel’s example interests us as it aids in understanding the internal structure of the metaphor that always represents a deep meaning, revealed and brought to full awareness. This objective and subjective representation of the metaphor emerges both in the case in which the metaphor is used a


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

Joking Her Way into Suffrage

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


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

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


Paolo Astorri

scholastics and the natural lawyers refused this view. According to Lessius, objective factors (such as the matter and the nature of the promise) and subjective factors are equally important to determine the moral or legal effects of the promises. Other theologians, spearheaded by Molina, relied on the


Esther Kobel

category if it can be defined clearly and demarcated from other cultures, such as Judaism, which are not-Hellenism. Such a definition remains elusive. Many have tried, but it is usually not difficult to show that their efforts are tendentious and subjective, and involve arbitrarily privileging one aspect

Karl Gabriel, Christian Spiess and Katja Winkler

cannot discharge these obligations, unless they enjoy psychological freedom as well as immunity from external coercion. The right to religious freedom does not have its foundation in the subjective disposition of the person, therefore, but rather in his very nature. Consequently, the right to this


Daniel Brandau

: Schwiglewski, Erzählte Technik, S. 115–117. 111 Harbou, Frau im Mond. 112 Fritzsche, Nation of Fliers, S. 158, 161. 113 Smith, Subjectivity, Idenity, and the Body, S. 8; Turner, Writing the Heavenly Frontier, S. 10. 114 Vgl. Franziß, Deutsches Schaffen. 115 Schwiglewski, Erzählte Technik, S. 146 f. Waren


Emmanuel Zumabakuro Dassah

Heinsohn 2005 ; Alsop et al. 2004 ; Alsop et al. 2006 ). Assessing the process of empowerment not only entails consideration of the qualitative aspect but of the subjective aspect as well (see Kabeer 1999 ). Even though opportunity structure is essential to achieving any empowerment initiative, Kabeer

Maciej Górny

be cited in greater detail: Beneath that hatred hides a jealousy the less worthy experience at the sight of the remarkable efficiency of the Germans. … With all certainty … this antipathy is not conscious, but rather deeply embedded in the unconscious , meaning that many will disown subjectively