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Kipp Davis

4QJer a is perhaps not as interesting as is the meaning implied by the phenomenon of its existence. The point being that whether or not 4QJer a has any dramatic effect on our theorizing about the textual history of Jeremiah, the fact that this text once survived without Jer 7:30–8:3—possibly for a

Jeong Eun Annabel We

mobilization in a time of economic devastation. Necessary to this discussion is the Martinican thinker Aimé Césaire’s well-known analysis of “the boomerang effect” in Discourse on Colonialism (1950). Engaging Césaire here situates Bloch’s and Takeuchi’s critique of the left and of fascism’s emergence in the

Alemu Asfaw Nigusie and Mohammed Seid Ali

democratic developmental state is facing and appeared to be optimistic about the combination of democracy and developmental state in Ethiopia. As such, this work tries to contribute to this debate. To this effect, this work conceptualizes the essence and fundamentals of developmental state as fundamental