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CONTROL OF CONCEPTION IN CROSS‐CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
  • C. Ford
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • International record of medicine and general…
  • 1 November 1951
This paper attempts to block out in rough fashion the ways in which conception is controlled in a large number of different societies. The generalizations which follow were obtained by examining dataExpand
SPECTRAL FEATURES OF VOICELESS FRICATIVES PRODUCED BY AUSTRALIAN ENGLISH-SPEAKING CHILDREN
This paper examines some spectral features of voiceless fricatives /s, ʃ, f, θ/ produced by Australian English-speaking children (5-13 years). It finds that sex differences are evident in fricativeExpand
The Logic of Vanishing: Becoming in Hegel and Deleuze
ion of the concept. For Deleuze, the object that genuinely provokes us does so because it presents us with a reality that exceeds our conceptual resources for recognizing and knowing it. Thus, forExpand
The Desert Below: The Labyrinth of Sensibility between Rancière, Deleuze, and Weil
ABSTRACT This piece explores the dialogic form as a way to engage in rigorously focused philosophical analysis and the generation of problems. We take up Jacques Rancière’s understanding of theExpand