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Resolving two seemingly intractable dualisms central to many human problematic situations can help postmodern militaries develop ambidexterity.
s use of conceptual metaphor theory advances a constructive theology that binds together abstract concepts with practical consequences, frequently subverting binary structures, beginning with an outright challenge to the category of dualism, followed by an analysis of other suspect and oppressive hierarchies.
For the Southern New England tribes a number of dualisms were present, for example the two opposing Gods (one good; one evil).
This is a work unlike many other legalistic works on legal dualism.
Despite their different masks, they bear similar reflections, similar traits, and similar contests, as do their predecessors in the fields of dualisms.
Controversies of any kind make for riveting reading, and so do the dualisms described here.
The dualism between them boiled along for a decade, moving back and forth from feud to rapprochement and back again in agonizing cycles, while they shared lovers, exchanged lovers, repudiated lovers--and each other.
One is to give definition to the ever-evolving dualisms by displaying them incarnate in four pairs of human antagonists: Erasmus and Luther, Voltaire and Rousseau, Turgenev and Dostoyevsky, Sartre and Camus.
If these various dualisms were dissolved or demonstrated to be arbitrary, however, the foundation of values discourse within the counseling profession would be radically altered.
Because the videos are looped, both skirmishes are ambiguous in outcome, time breaking down without clear ending or beginning: In this sense, it's not such a stretch to see Dualism 2 and 3 as allegorical, given our nation's present morass in the Middle East, with two separate wars persisting more than four years after a declaration of "mission accomplished"--especially given the artist's recurring interest in the follies of historical reenactment.
The danger here, like in all dualisms, is that one hall of the dyad (the metaphysical) risks being wildly privileged, while the Other half (the earthly) becomes so utterly marginalized that "earthy" actually becomes a pejorative term.
Mayo's past in my own Humanism studies, I tell the story here, in a sequence of dualisms, of More the critic whose ideals were entirely antithetical to modern literature, and of More the unreconstructed Platonic dualist who analyzed Proust in terms of a dualism of "law" versus "nature" (nomos versus physis), but who took no interest in Proust's search for personal endurance in an analogically "Platonic" dualism of being versus becoming, and who likewise disregarded Bergson's dualism of spirit versus matter, upon which Proust's is based.