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Henrik Ibsen

.... That's why I can't stay here with you any longer (Act III .... insists that such a demand for simple moral clarity in the face of human actions is naive--rather like ....

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Date Rape

.... new and bewildering complications, both with respect to the sexual act itself and .... For example, she is hopelessly naive about both human nature and the law when ....

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Albee, Edward

.... The C of the first act, with her rather naive insistence on questioning a confused old lady, and holding her responsible for every word she says, is ....

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Concept of Intentionality

.... the "body" is merely another object existing certainly only in the mental act. .... example, realism, which adopts what Husserl sees as a naive misinterpretation of ....

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Husser's Meaning of Intentionality

.... the "body" is merely another object existing certainly only in the mental act. .... example, realism, which adopts what Husserl sees as a naive misinterpretation of ....

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Influence of Movements of the 1960s

.... and weakened it; it was put to death completely by the revelations of Watergate, after which trusting government to clean its own house was a naive act. ....

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Pedagogy Of The Oppressed Introduction In 192

.... the opposite of love; re-creation of the world cannot be an act of arrogance .... Critical thinking is seen as the opposite of naive thinking which accommodates the ....

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AIDS Virus

.... a physician committed to the AIDS cause, considers the above statement to be naive. .... To date, ACT UP alone has been responsible for fifteen available treatments ....

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One Nation Divisible ( Richard Polenberg )

.... The Economic Opportunity Act of the 1960s was "unabashedly class legislation, designating a .... served only as a smokescreen aimed at a more naive American public. ....

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Philosophy of Christian Leadership The philosoph

.... One cannot be forced or compelled to act in true charity. .... One would be ridiculously naive to propose that all churches return to a Medieval structure, and cast ....

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Henry James and The Portrait of a Lady

.... To do otherwise would be to act as a free and independent woman, which she .... That her fresh-faced enthusiasm and naive self-confidence lead to her downfall is a ....

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Social Study of Science

.... Science is the method and act of study. .... This objection holds essentially that only naive, unsupported claims to discovery rely upon a single point of view, and ....

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Cicero

.... he is not supposed to, and because of that innocent and human act, he is .... Candide still maintains a perspective which could only be called romantic and naive. ....

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Themes in Work of F. Scott Fitzgerald

.... a moral victory over convention and hypocrisy, a justified act of defiance .... The twenties served as a transition between the simpler, naive, idealistic America ....

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Edward Albee

.... understanding of the way the evening is progressing than does his naive and less .... The act writing was an important human action for her, and she explored the ....

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The film of Edward Albee's play Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf?

.... understanding of the way the evening is progressing than does his naive and less .... The act writing was an important human action for her, and she explored the ....

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Huckleberry Finn as Tragifarce In his Adventures of Huckleberry ...

.... Lindborg, "because the reader often knows more than Huck does, his naive narration lends .... humor is accentuated when the woman catches him in the act by tossing ....

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Thomas Merton and Christian Morality

.... of grace.' He who has thus surrendered his dignity in a blind act of self .... also demonstrated both his own deep personal faith and a certain naive belief in the ....

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Thelma and Louise & Deviant Behavior

.... on a carefree jaunt, but this changes with one event, an attempted act of rape .... plays the role of mentor while trying to control some of the naive impulses of ....

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Satirical Elements in Huckleberry Finn In his Adventures of ...

.... Lindborg, "because the reader often knows more than Huck does, his naive narration lends .... humor is accentuated when the woman catches him in the act by tossing ....

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Thelma and Louise

.... This act deliberately undercuts the tone that has been established in the film so far .... the role of mentor while trying to control some of the naive impulses of ....

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Canadian Prime Minister Wilfred Laurier

.... a leader of the French-Canadian Nationalists, attacked Laurier's Naval Service Act of 1910. .... Within a short time, Laurier would reject this stance as naive. ....

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Doctrine of Judicial Review

.... The Judiciary Act of 1789 which Marshal overturned in Marbury v Madison can be .... and would consider the ways he thought about the problem philosophically naive.

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Character of Desdemona in Othello

.... This lack of clear character definition is established as a motif when Desdemona first appears in Act 1, Scene 3. The .... Division 1: Saintly Wife or Naive Girl? ....

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Ralph Ellison's The Invisible Man

.... Perhaps the most important theme Ellison emphasizes is the narrator's naive belief in the .... In the Third Act, the narrator realizes that he has invested in an ....

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Literacy Process The commodification of literacy is only o

.... Freire emphasizes the act of learning as a shared experience between teacher .... more marginalized--pushed to more distant frontiers, seen as naive when compared ....

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John Locke On The Limits of Liberty & Property

.... Man does act unreasonably in the state of nature, where laws are not codified .... Locke here demonstrates either a naive or a misleading conception of human beings ....

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Langston Hughes

.... child (or adult remembering his or her childhood) who is forced to act falsely or .... At the same time, Hughes shows the whites to be naive, innocent dupes made to ....

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RESTRUCTURING ELECTRICITY SUPPLIERS

.... every idea at one of its early stages, it is sensible, naive, plausible. .... of Representatives( passage of HR 2149, the Ocean Shipping Reform Act, essentially ....

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RESTRUCTURING ELECTRICITY SUPPLIERS

.... every idea at one of its early stages, it is sensible, naive, plausible. .... of Representatives' passage of HR 2149, the Ocean Shipping Reform Act, essentially ....

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