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Robert Clarke

’s home: “A whole new sensorium awaited.” Or, at a poetry reading: “Sequestered at home, in the hut, the poet now lost in sub-fusc, cloaked in the beetle-black gown of the now silent Raven, has misplaced his mettle but there is no hiatus in the brumal palinode.” Or even in an estate agent’s window: “The

Nicolas Claidière, Yasmina Jraissati and Coralie Chevallier

crite- rion (e.g., the colour which could be said to belong to the same family). Using such a paradigm, Boster (1986) asked English speaking adults to group 8 focal colours (white, black, red, yellow, green, blue, orange, purple) into 2 groups, then to divide one of these two groups to form 3

Gentry R. McCreary and Joshua W. Schutts

culturally-based fraternities (Mangan, 2015). Similarly, Kimbrough (1997) has suggested that hazing in black Greek-letter organizations ( BGLO ’s) is often viewed as a rite of passage designed to demonstrate toughness, and tolerance of pain in the form of branding or paddling is often expected as part of

Rachel B. Thibodeau, Melissa M. Brown, Alexandra F. Nancarrow, Karrie E. Elpers and Ansley Tullos Gilpin

engage in high levels of pretend-play were found to have a better understanding of others’ mental states (Lillard et al., 2011; Taylor & Carlson, 1997), higher social competence (Black, 1992), and better peer relationships (Singer & Singer, 1981; Singer & Singer, 1990). More recently, Gilpin, Brown, and

Turning Water into Wine

Young Children’s Conception of the Impossible

Consuelo Orozco-Giraldo and Paul L. Harris

Children were tested individually in a separate room of their school in two successive phases: warm-up and test. Warm-up The warm-up was used to ensure that children understood the presentation of the pictures and in which of two boxes (one white and the other black) to put a given picture

Nicole Marie Summers and Falak Saffaf

with the ingroup story characters and avoid possible confounds. All participants self-identified as Caucasian U.S. citizens living within the local city area. Families who were Black, Asian, Hispanic, or from other ethnic minorities were actively excluded from participation. Only Caucasian participants

Paul Ernest

Table 2 and Figure 2. In the latter, small black squares represent units, black “columns” (the solid area under the horizontal dividing line on the left hand side and above it on the right hand side) implicitly represent n black squares, and small white squares represent negative numbers. The figure

Michaela Porubanova

their response at the end of each trial. The experiment consisted of three phases (study, distractor, and test). During the study phase , the concepts were presented in a random order at the center of the screen (white print on black screen) for 2000ms with a 5000ms interstimulus interval in between

John Baldacchino

and an approach conveyed by the situatedness of concepts and actions. For more about the former see Tom McDonough (ed.), Guy Debord and the Situationist International: Texts and Documents. (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2002); Guy Debord, Society of the Spectacle (Detroit: Black & Red, 1977). 5

Joshua M. Hall

1 Introduction Among its many virtues, Castoriadis’ creative new conception of imagination is uniquely effective in promoting social justice. As the Black sociologist Patricia Hill Collins argues, developing her new concept of “visionary pragmatism,” one criterion we should use to evaluate