Ong, 32-36 for his celebration of the positive role agonism
has played in cultural achievement, and 170 for his thoughts on agonism
's importance to theological development.
challenges therefore the New Left for its alleged positivism and wariness in acknowledging the construction, not pre-constitution, of political identities.
If an oblique figuration of agonism
marks Portabella's more experimental films, this principle surfaces more directly in his documentaries, which are characterized by a palpable affinity for situations of debate and disagreement.
promotes prolactin synthesis (Liester and Prickett, 2012), it is fair to assume that this happens by dopamine inhibition.
Aripiprazole is a unique antipsychotic drug because it causes a partial agonism
at the dopamine D2 receptor (10).
The exact clinical impact of a preference for D3 and the drug's partial agonism
of 5-HT1A has not been fully elucidated.
It was not true, he continued, "that the materialism of to-day" had "killed the spirit," but had, on the contrary, through the agonism
it provoked, "lighted up new longings" and enabled the creation of works that were "worthy of our epoch" (Paint 113).
The question remains as to whether the networked publics constituted on the Mayor's Diary are to be viewed as examples of antagonism or of agonism
Higher peaks of agonism
in the dark phase of the day have been registered, especially in the female monosex culture.
Through reflexivity, agonism
, and the realization of the imperfection of all humans, the comic frame compels us to magnanimity, patience, and humility in our dealings with the other.
It acts as a starting point for future empirical work and concludes by reflecting on the relationship between tolerance, dialogue, and forms of agonism
in order to identify the basis for a more pragmatic politics of difference.
Hamity MV, White SR, Hammond DL (2010) Effects of neurokinin-1 receptor agonism
and antagonism in the rostral ventromedial medulla of rats with acute or persistent inflammatory nociception.