43) Sokrates gibt mithin zu, dass er zwar fur die Schonheit von Junglingen empfanglich ist, aber er sich durchaus zu beherrschen wisse
, (44) wofur seine Schlussrede die notigen grundsatzlichen Argumente liefert.
In the past, the system we used did not provide us with a reliable infrastructure or high performance," said Wisse
, The Modern Jewish Canon: A Journey Through Language and Culture (New York: Free Press, 2000), 248-251.
is a research professor in Yiddish and comparative literature at Harvard.
That such antisemitic tropes and cliches fuelled the cultural history of Western Europe is indisputable (Ferguson 1988:1-31; Penslar 2001; Nirenberg 2003:202; Wisse
2007; Muller 2010; Karp 2011:96, 105) and their role in Nazi propaganda about Jewish plutocracy has been well documented (compare Herf 2006:66).
who is a professor of comparative literature at Harvard.
com)-- French/West/Vaughan (FWV), one of the nation's leading independent public relations and brand communications agencies, today announced Vice President Jay Wisse
, who leads the agency's Sports and Entertainment practice, was recently named to the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) Marketing Representative Advisory Council (MRAC).
Queen Beatrix and the Prince's wife Mabel Wisse
Smit, who were also vacationing in the ski resort village of Lech in Western Austria, went to the clinic.
With his extensive network, Andres is a valuable asset to CIVCO's North American market," said Wisse
uses the example of Dina whose departure from her house invites the threat of rape; see The Ancrene Riwle, ed.
(2007) and Anthonissen and Dortants (2006) argued, martial artists with different characteristics can give different meanings to their martial art and can experience their martial arts practise in another way.
A relational ontology, then, is an account of the being of things in terms of their relations to other things, or at least an account in which the relations of beings with each other constitute their being as an individual" (Maarten Wisse
, "Towards a Truly Relational Theology: A Conversation with F.