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  • Alerted by the recent rise of fascist totalitarianism — in Hork - heimer's words, by “the transition to so-called authori - tative forms of state in the present period” — the Insti - tute team, which included Erich Fromm and Herbert


  • Rob, I don't have the authori-tah to add this to your post...feel free to move it to the bottom of yours.

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  • The authenticity of Huichol art on the market today becomes of some importance when called into question by no less an authori ... read more anthropology art huichol

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  • Noting that the real objects of such an authority were vague, he said it was dangerous to introduce another education authori to achieve.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The result would be the need to explain why he was being treated so severely, which was precisely what the authori ties wished to avoid.


  • The scholars received payment for summariz - ing material they already knew well and I received an unmatched overview of Polish history as local authori - ties view it today.


  • Only an authori - tarian and paternalistic culture, prone to liken the profession of a religion to a respectful submission, was apt to encourage faith in disciplinary procedures to induce genuine conversions.


  • Declaring that “liberty, when men act in bodies, is power,” Burke invoked an organic compound of accepted institutions, traditions, and beliefs — a compound covered by the idea of autonomous authori - ties — to restrain the liberty and shape the power.


  • Civil disobedience attitudes and techniques also spread into attacks against the Vietnam War, draft laws, poverty, and the authori - tarian structure of colleges and universities in the


  • They have been used by religious authori - ties down through the centuries as a guarantee of divine approval for the transformation of woman's subordinate status from a contingent fact into an im - mutable norm of the feminine condition.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas


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