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as occupying the epistemological center of the universe. See also Deepak Mistrey, “Cited: Derrida on Anthropological Prejudices in Austin and Husserl,” South African Journal of Philosophy 25 (2006):1–26 (2). Mark Cartledge equally infers a transpositional revelation in charismatic prophecy when he observes that “since spiritual perceptions need to be translated into the language of objective reality in the space-time continuum, the words and images used are symbolic of spiritual reality.” Idem, “Charismatic Prophecy,” 76. 86 C. S. Lewis, They Asked for a Paper

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present. The space-time continuum is subsumed to a re-organizing ideological and/or political fundamentalism that transmutes geographical space into an existential ethnic territory where affective powers are harnessed and muzzled into mindless activities, and where the American Way has morphed into a fantasy of the validity of the first thermodynamic law. 25 This contraction (“coarcted”) and drilling of collective subjectivities (the chorusing “armor-piercing refrain” and the “shrill pentatonic reveille” that are part of the morning routine) is counterpoised in the

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of Nearly Everything. New York: Broadway, 2003. Budiansky, Stephen. If a Lion Could Talk: Animal Intelligence and the Evolution of Consciousness. New York: Free Press, 1998. Buettinger, Craig. “Women and AntiVivisection in Late-Nineteenth Century America.” Journal of Social History 30, no. 4 (Summer, 1997), pp. 857–872. Bynum, W. F. “The Great Chain of Being After Forty Years: An Appraisal.” History of Science 13 (1975), pp. 1–28. Cahill, Jonathan M. “Grounded in Love: A Theistic Account of Animal Rights.” Journal of Animal Ethics 6, no. 1 (Spring 2016

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(and later the United States), religious leaders who were opposed to vivisection on moral grounds, and humanists who saw vivisection as a crime against God’s creatures.” 5 The movement in England and America was driven by clergy who were “troubled about the materialism of medical science,” as Buettinger notes, 6 and particularly driven by Quaker women who saw it as an extension of their Christian faith. In Paul Waldau’s estimation, however, animal rights movements “most characteristically rely on discourse taken from ethical reflection and scientific research

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Comedy there are suggestions that Dante interprets Cato’s suicidal act, in the Augustinian spirit, as ← 119 | 120 → justified in exceptional circumstances. I, however, believe that it could be due to the reading the question 96 of the third part of St. Thomas’ Summa , and not the works of Augustine. The African Doctor, while discussing in some detail the problem of suicide in De Civitate Dei, gives the example of a brave Roman women Lucretia, who took her own life not to be disgraced. Immediately, however, he confronts this attitude with the heroism of Christian

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respect to his stance on the paschal mystery and understanding the Scriptures as he lays it out in The Interpretation of the Bible in the Church , The Pontifical Biblical Commission, (Vatican City: Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 1993). 47. Moltmann remarks: “On 16 November 1989 six Jesuits and two women were brutally murdered in the university of San Salvador. The soldiers took the body of the brother Ramon Moreno into the room of the absent Jon Sobrino. In his blood was found a book which had fallen down, El Dios Crucificado . Now it lies there under glass as a

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in the sacred plants of shamanic tradition. 13 The structural community that our organism shares with other species should be enough to call into question the purported toxicity of the first people’s vegetal brews. 14 That the Amerindians’ observations are valid is substantiated in clinical practice, where we see that their model is a close fit with the real world. Their ←>no>120 |  121→ therapies are not only effective but also reach out beyond the Amerindians cultural frameworks. 15 Certain writers are willing to concede, at the most, that shamanic

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2008), the Czech Republic (September 2009), Portugal (May 2010), the United Kingdom (September 2010), Germany (September 2011) and Benin in West Africa (November 2011). 13 The convergence of scholarship and experience in Ratzinger’s life is highly significant. George Weigel describes him as “a man thoroughly convinced that ideas have real-world consequences and that decent human societies cannot be built on a foundation of falsehoods.” 14 The memory of the devastation of his homeland that he carries from his youth motivates him to bring the fruits of his scholarship

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Death of God Movement and Twentieth-Century Protestant Theology—John J. Carey / 10. The Death of God: An African-American Perspective—Hubert G. Locke / 11. The Death of History and the Life of Akeda: Voices from the War—Gershon Greenberg / 12. Christians and Pharisees: Jewish Responses to Radical Theology—Timothy A. Bennett and Rochelle L. Millen / Epilogue—John K Roth and Stephen R. Haynes / Bibliography / Index / About the Editors and Contributors ← 425 | 426 → REVIEWS: Philosophy in Review 20:2 (June 2000): 190 Reference and Research Book News 14:4 (November

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reporter. A federal agency had hired her and prepared a fake news broadcast. Bush defended the policy, and spokespersons for government agencies said the broadcast stations decide whether to attribute the origin of the report. The Journal of the American Medical Association used a VNR in which Dr. Lee Cohen promoted a study for which he was lead author. The study concluded that pregnant women risk relapsing into depression if they stop taking antidepressants. Cohen never mentioned that he has been a longtime consultant to three antidepressant makers, a paid speaker for