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There are two ways in which we take things to be natural: either because a) something has become so normal, so commonsensical, so taken for granted, that it has become naturalized, or b) the object...
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Postmodern approaches stem from the premise that the (meta)narrative of modernity is not only totalizing and universalizing, but that the universal values and concepts derive from the Enlightenment...
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Another way to understand what is meant by context is "setting." The context or setting of the text is determined by the circumstances under which the story/text/speech is taking place, including...
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Karl Weber and Francesco La Vega: The first stage of excavation began in 1748, and required relatively simple methods as the first layers of debris were the lightest and least compact. The...
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Hobbes argued that despite natural equality and liberty amongst individuals, the anarchy of pursuing survival made life "nasty, brutish, and short." Without the social bonds that emerge as the...
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