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1 than the Gang of Six in the Senate, people are still pushing their ideologies rather than fixing the problem.
2 True, and there are similar problems trying to measure the impact of ambition, vengeance, loyalty, and adherence to ideologies or religions, which in varying ways constitute culture.
3 several millennia the two ideologies remained head-locked over this issue and governmental agencies were in a state of delicate impasse.
4 I do not think that the fundamental motive here has much to do with ideologies.
5 Mr. Bush said that mission serves America's security interests because people who live in chaos and despair are more likely to fall under the sway of violent ideologies.
6 Feminism is about equality for all people, reframing our ideologies about gender, race, class and all the intersecting aspects of our lives.
7 Aristotle epitomized almost all ancient political ideologies. So his political ideology is the precious and outstanding cultural heritage to the mankind. The study of it is of realistic significance.
8 Ideologies and reform movements may come and go but human egoism and greed remain.
9 We also emphasise the need to jointly curb the spread of terrorist and extremist ideologies; and promote interreligious and interethnic tolerance, dialogue and understanding.
10 In the second, this article records the formation process how Koolhaas absorbed quantities of ideologies to be his own before the book Delirious New York was published.
11 If the Soviet Union had worked according to the market (rather than grand ideologies, they say) cities such as Yakutsk would never have appeared.
12 Such traditional forms of authority have been displaced by ideologies, laws, and institutions, and the secular world views of science and commerce.
13 So, one problem shadowing Dumont's account of these two ideologies is whether or rather how these ideologies are affected by or in turn affect the processes of political economy.
14 Dumont's account of these two ideologies is whether or rather how these ideologies are affected by or in turn affect the processes of political economy.
15 Its few rich and its throngs of poor live in starkly different worlds, and endured a century of wars and shifting ideologies before the enforced 30-year slumber of Hosni Mubarak's rule.
16 As long as the world goes on, people will build towers of Babel, fashion their graven images, and invent their own ideologies.
17 Instead of constructing theories and ideologies to deal with poverty, man, this rational animal, should simply give the coat off his back in a gesture of fraternal understanding.
18 If you cast your meeting as a clash of civilizations or ideologies, then be prepared for emphatic boilerplate recitations of maximalist positions.
19 This not only shows the schools' global appeal, but indicates a good mix-up of cultures and ideologies, letting the students learn from each other as much as from professors.
20 Being able to speak effectively means you can sell anything - products, of course, but also ideas, ideologies, worldviews.
21 Indeed, the majority of proposals passed so far by the General Assembly here have not been about ideologies, but requests for funding, many related to keeping the physical camp up and running.
22 Now, we have no reason not to seek truth from facts above all other ideologies.
23 You, as new graduates, and your generation will be up against those challenges: climate change and hunger, extreme poverty and extreme ideologies, new diseases and nuclear proliferation.
24 This, of course, relies on the fact that people's interests, preferences, and ideologies don't change too drastically over time.
25 I think the ideologies are merely a way of grouping people, and that the passions involved are merely those which always arise between rival groups.
26 After all, as I wrote last week, ideologies are always rooted in shifting power structures and struggles.
27 only class ideologies, i.e., doctrines adequate to the special interests of the thinker's class that are implacably opposed to the interests of all other classes and their members.
28 In the context of domestic policy debates, though, hodge's quest for a liberalism that stems from a "coherent political philosophy" (no hodgepodge of ideologies here) is far less persuasive.
29 Ideologies, in fact, are one of the methods by which herds are created, and the psychology is much the same however the herd may have been generated.
30 But that was when the ideologies of the parties overlapped in the middle and made bipartisanship easier.