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  Jean-Luc Nancy [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
He left his readers in a state of uncertainty, but this uncertainty didn't stop him from partaking in a horrible political regime, from connecting his thought to the national-socialist movement and from identifying himself with one of the most murderous political regimes ever.
One can read his philosophical reflections on the statute of art in general, in the book Les Muses, published in 1994 (translated as The Muses in 1996).
Texts on Baudelaire, the relation between image and violence, the problem of representation in art, the statute of literature, on Hölderlin, on contemporary artists On Kawara and Soun-gui and even on techno-music.
www.iep.utm.edu /n/Nancy.htm   (6382 words)

  
 Discount Colorado Co Web Site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
He was bliss to cross-examine between such powerful appeals and the stirrde of the fish-hole who brandished him so effectually under her fingers, until in his despair he entertained sour-drooping Cardura of waste-ground as japanners...
Unless otherwise provided by local law or ordinance, the jurisdiction of the board of appeals shall be appellate only and shall be limited to hearing and deciding appeals from and reviewing any order, requirement,...
His gritty, colloquial style appeals to me. He has a knack for making tragic injustices entertaining and enraging at the same time.
www.appeals247site.info /directory/Colorado-Co   (476 words)

  
 firstamendmentcenter.org: Press - Topic
He also said that the newspaper and the individual defendants could be held liable if the jury determined they had published the statements and that the statements were "of and concerning" Sullivan.
The high court reversed, finding that the "law applied by the Alabama courts is constitutionally deficient for failure to provide the safeguards for freedom of speech and of the press that are required by the First and Fourteenth Amendments in a libel action brought by a public official against critics of his official conduct."
Retraction statutes: Nearly every state possesses a statute that allows a defamation defendant to retract, or take back, a libelous publication.
www.firstamendmentcenter.org /Press/topic.aspx?topic=libel_defamation   (3548 words)

  
 Leiter Reports: A Group Blog
The single best commentary on the horrific events of 9/11 remains, of course, that of the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Aghanistan (RAWA), a group whose members have a particularly vivid appreciation of what it means to be victimized by fundamentalist psychopaths.
But their essentially humane and cosmopolitan appeal has been almost totally eclipsed by the need in the U.S. to downplay (for obvious reasons) the role of religious fundamentalism in the events of 9/11 in favor of very different bogeymen.
The descent into public madness began in earnest with the run-up to the war of aggression against Iraq, the first make-believe enemy to be constructed out of the ashes of 9/11.
leiterreports.typepad.com /blog   (9718 words)

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