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An investor who selects securities to buy and sell on the basis of fundamental analysis. Compare technician.
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The Qods Force, which was formed a quarter of a century ago by the Tehran regime's Revolutionary Guard (IRGC), is Iran's instrument for exporting fundamentalism.
The first thing we need to do is document the phenomenon of fundamentalism, including the way it's developing in the Quebec context.
Out of this threat arose the strong, widespread currents of Christian fundamentalism.
It has contributed to breeding extremism as well, which could be considered the monstrous evolution of fundamentalism because extremists used the same principles of fundamentalism and pushed them to a fanatical level.
The different forms of fundamentalism and their inflexibility to transform is shown to be an inhibiting factor to better living standards, generally a theory that is being advanced is that fundamentalism is inimical to better living standards.
It appears in Fundamentalism in selected sins, such as abortion and homosexuality.
To help the reader locate in the historical context, the book begins by introducing some of the key issues related to religious fundamentalism and to Christian fundamentalism in particular.
I questioned Dann's triumphant closing note at the end about these painful excursions in faith: "Only by leaving fundamentalism will they regain the integrity and joy of their faith" (p.
In this regard, several participants observed that while fundamentalism is described as the imposition of a single belief or model of behavior over society as a whole, a similar phenomenon occurs within the feminist movement, which can be exclusionary.
Yet, participants in evangelical movements are offspring who do not always want to be simply identified with their parent, the Protestant fundamentalism that began to take root between 1900 and 1920, after which it flowered.
In the Beginning: Fundamentalism, the Scopes Trial and the Making of the Antievolution Movement.
One family's militant faith and the history of Fundamentalism in America