- n. Plural form of writing.
“(Among his writings is a 1990 article for this magazine, “The Roots of Muslim Rage.”)”
“The development of his writings is also connected with the constantly growing importance of news media, magazines, daily papers since Mahfouz himself is, for example, a contributor to and reader of the Cairo newspaper”
“One of the themes throughout Sowell's writings is contrasting people who see the world in terms of disposition (i.e., this person is good, that person is bad) instead of incentives (i.e., what do the systems inherent in bureaucracies, businesses, academia, etc., reward or punish?).”
“(This negative assessment of her writings is from Paul Campos, who is just as liberal asKagan)”
“(This negative assessment of her writings is from Paul Campos, who is just as liberal asKagan).”
“I know what you mean about writings from a decade or more ago.”
“In the preface to that volume, the same Joseph Ratzinger emphasizes this fact, noting that the precedence given to the liturgical writings is not accidental, but desired: in the same way as Vatican II, which first promulgated the Constitution dedicated to the Sacred Liturgy, followed by the great Constitution on the Church.”
“Strategically speaking, the purpose of my anti-Austrian writings is to convince them to reallocate their human capital in more productive directions.”
“If you look at anti-immigration writings from the 1920's, 1910's, 1900's, even back to the 1840's, you will see the exact same arguments that are being made today.”
“Old material shouldn't be credible either (pre-2005) because Christopher West has revised many of his writings from the original text, realizing the necessary edification and clarification of his work.”
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