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Alison Forrestal

conclusion 22/3/04 12:55 pm Page 214 Conclusion If historians have tended to overlook the changes in the necessity and function of bishops within the early modern Catholic church, the same accusation cannot be levelled at those French bishops, theologians and reformers who belonged to it. The first seventy years of the seventeenth century witnessed the most creative phase of Catholic reform within the French church, with energetic efforts in clerical reform, the emergence of an influential school of spirituality and the foundation of new religious orders

in Fathers, pastors and kings
Duncan Sayer

) concept of creative entanglement. However, contra Ingold, the material form is not itself an agent of this entanglement (Ingold, 2010 : 12). Instead, embodiment is a creation of cohesive behaviours: individuals use this material culture in communication – signalling shared fraternity and reinforcing social structures. As described here, shoes are similar to all apparel, including weapons or jewellery, which are more than badges or props in social performances. They are also a metaphor for other aesthetic and physical qualities which enhance or define aspects of

in Early Anglo-Saxon cemeteries
Sabina Magliocco

emergent forms of peasant resistance – clever, creative ways the rural underclass subtly undermined the power that the hegemony exercised over their daily lives. Following Karl Marx, Gramsci saw folklore as part of the ‘superstructure’ of society – those forms and accretions that grow out of particular economic configurations. He also believed that folklore, especially certain forms of folk belief and magical practice, were a

in Witchcraft Continued
The parliamentary arena
Ami Pedahzur

the Court is qualified to adopt a creative approach under the special circumstances of the absence of a formal legislative provision – declared, in the same vein as his colleagues, that in such a decision it is preferable that there be a formal legislative basis. 34 It can therefore be concluded that while the CEC opted for a ‘militant’ line of action, that is, it preferred to uphold Israeli democracy even if that meant executing measures whose legality was questionable, the Supreme Court favoured, in this case, the fundamental liberties

in The Israeli response to Jewish extremism and violence