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Your proposal must show your awareness of those multiple discourses and show the place your research will occupy within them.
Both are radically historicized, which in our time often means: reduced to an expression of the reigning discourses.
It is the history of colonialism, domination and power discourses playing out in the virtual realm.
What is notably missing from the book are lengthy discourses about science communication.
No theory of suicide, no philosophical discourses on the subject are quite so revelatory as these words.
No silver-tongued preacher, she does not go in for philosophical discourses.
Elaborate economic discourses have ensued over the years, arguing that a free lunch is a logical impossibility.
He never ceased to exhort those who were with him by his inflamed discourses, and the absent by his letters.
In one point only they agreed, which was, in all their discourses on morality never to mention the word goodness.
Here she communes with nature, and discourses of loveliness and beauty.
These discourses are filmed in the courtroom in which the trial took place.
However, don't let these side discourses deter you from seeing the film.

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