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Michael Bath

belief were a matter of individual conscience, under the guidance only of parish ministers subject to the authority of the church’s General Assembly. King James’s attempt to maintain some control over the national church by appointing bishops began in the 1580s, though it won little support from the

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Oliver von Knebel Doeberitz

the silence of the community that is portrayed. As a ‘mediator’ between the locals and the viewer, the explorer explains the mentality of the people around him: “Most Muslim people do not seek to impose their personal beliefs on others. While they may not approve of homosexuality or gay marriage

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Julian Meyrick

Brian Sweeney, explained was, … to increase an understanding of the position that has been reached by the larger non-profit companies in statistical terms. [The report] is offered in the belief that it can and will be used constructively both within and outside the profession, to encourage an even more

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Julian Meyrick

early 1994 came a final gush of resignations: Alan Dredge, Mario Agostinoni, Suzanne Chaundy, and the company’s last administrator, Chris Dupé. This was the cost of ant ’s signal failure to adapt to changed circumstances, and of Mignon’s belief in his own infallibility that made sense a decade before

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Julian Meyrick

the government belief that a particular kind of small theatre was no longer viable in a reduced funding scenario. This presumption preceded the chronic problems of its final years and, if it did not determine events, it decisively shaped them. No other explanation for ant ’s 1989 loss of funding is

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Joseph Imorde

need to continuously narrate it anew. The unfolding of the potential narratives does, however, require people to lend their affection to the exhibition of objects and pictures. While some of the re-collectables in our Canadian household show remnants of political convictions and religious beliefs, or

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Sandra Mayer

or irreducible self – but the beginning in earnest of a system of becoming, of transformations of self that left any belief that there could be a natural, stable Oscar Wilde in doubt” (xi). 5 In this context, see also Francesca Coppa’s essay, in which a similar attempt is made to assess the

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Emma V. Miller

formula of belief, faith or creed shall be required as a qualification of membership” (quoted in Taves and Kinsella 2014: 90), according to Alex Owen, theosophy “presented a synthesis of evolutionary imperatives and religious concepts drawn mainly from Hinduism and Buddhism” which “reworks the Eastern

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Norbert Lennartz

, which is testified to by the later controversial and contested pornographic five-act play Sodom (ca. 1676–77), is fuelled by his belief that his world is on the cusp, that it is wrecked by a combination of Machiavellian and donjuanesque anarchy, in which packs of dogs are attracted to each other in

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Frederik Tygstrup

and to producing individual and social imaginaries that articulate dominant ideas and beliefs. Or rather, these functions are becoming integrated in a still more tightly knit mechanism of social control and reproduction. In the perspective of this volume, Lazzarato thereby stresses the historical