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Liberalism and liberalisation in the niche of nature, culture, and technology
Regenia Gagnier

Freedoms : Kelly and Reid, 1998 : 199) Obviously, as we approach multiple nuanced notions of freedom, individuals, rights, and responsibilities in translation, Victorianists must defer to linguists in specific area studies. Yet as we study the processes of transculturation, we may conclude with one of the more productive articulations of nineteenth-century western philosophy, the idea of human underdetermination. Human underdetermination This idea has held that there is no essence of

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Neoliberal gothic
Linnie Blake and Agnieszka Soltysik Monnet

such as George A. Romero’s ‘Dead’ sextet, both of which deploy the zombie as an exploration of the rights and responsibilities of humanity and the inherently oppressive nature of the neoliberal State. 11 In the UK, this was characterised by a belief in active government dedicated to reducing social

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