It is ineluctable, unavoidable, and a great gift. Certainly, some individual Jews and some Jewish communities might be able to assimilate to one degree or another for a time but overall the ...
America’s relative decline did not depend solely on Japan’s rise, and certainly not on the USSR, but on the ineluctable tendency to uneven development; in Aristotelian terms, Japan and the ...
Each time, devotees of the game stake their claim that their pastime is a pure expression of ineluctable human creativity, and then, as the programs improve, the players are stripped of their ...
The strong earthquake has once again renewed calls for the establishment of a separate department to address the problem of ...
Minor-key music and the distant roll of drums. Number-crunching to record the ineluctable path of disaffection. Treachery anaesthetised by alcohol. David Mamet crossed with John B Keane.
These gave way first to a feckless triumphalism, in which the ideological “end of history” became an ineluctable “arc of history” bending itself in an ever-progressive shape, for America ...
How are non-conformists assimilated within the cloistered walls of tradition? Richard Wagner supplied the best answer to the ...
the refusal to accept the ineluctable limitations and imperfections of human existence, such as transience, dissention, conflict, fallibility whether intellectual or moral; the obsession with ...
It exposes the ineluctable death of self that is depression's goal and, for the survivors, the death-dealing process of escape from its clutches. It's also about two men we come to know in three ...
As a millennial, it is impossible not to notice the ineluctable departure of jazz from the mainstream. Video, vinyl, CDs and mp3s, however, transport me to an era long past. What first sparked ...
Reflecting, a decade after these events, on the steady, seemingly ineluctable deterioration of relations between the U.S. and Russia after Putin came to power, Ambassador Burns concluded that both ...
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