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Similar but not the same: various versions of club do not coincide [article]

Mirna Džamonja, Saharon Shelah
1997 arXiv   pre-print
Various versions of club are shown to be different. A question of Soukup, Fuchino and Juhasz, is it consistent to have a stick without club, is answered as a consequence.  ...  The more detailed version of the paper, which is coming up, also answers a question of Galvin.  ...  We consider the question asking if ♣ has a similar invariance property. To be precise, we shall below formulate some versions of ♣, and ask if any two of them are equivalent.  ... 
arXiv:math/9710215v1 fatcat:7eqreyszcfbcnemy3dk6h5l5p4

Similar but not the same: various versions of ♣ do not coincide

Mirna Džamonja, Saharon Shelah
1999 Journal of Symbolic Logic (JSL)  
We consider various versions of the ♣ principle. This principle is a known consequence of ◊.  ...  We show however, that this is not true for ♣. We consider some other variants of ♣ as well.  ...  We consider the question asking if 4 has a similar invariance property. To be precise, we shall below formulate some versions of 4, and ask if any two of them are equivalent.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2586758 fatcat:67sodrvvhjbvlgj3wcvmzenspi

Same place, same knowledge – same people? The geography of non-patent citations in Dutch polymer patents

Dominik Heinisch, Önder Nomaler, Guido Buenstorf, Koen Frenken, Harry Lintsen
2015 Economics of Innovation and New Technology  
This suggests that knowledge is not "in the air" but transferred by mobile individuals and/or direct university-industry collaboration.  ...  Our findings moreover suggest an important role of international conferences in the diffusion of recent scientific knowledge.  ...  The dataset was originally created for a project on the history of Dutch polymer science and financed by the Dutch Polymer Institute (DPI).  ... 
doi:10.1080/10438599.2015.1081333 fatcat:leps5zzc7zfrrprltbcdu2rbca

SAME DIFFERENCE? TRANSLATING 'SENSITIVE TEXTS'

Mary Wardle
2018 Vertimo studijos  
Just like ideas of 'equivalence', the concept of 'sameness' in translation is not a neutral, univocal one: its interpretation can shift both diachronically and synchronically, with a variety of factors  ...  This paper outlines the French and Italian versions of The Weather in the Streets, published in 1936 and 1938 respectively, within their historical context.  ...  That same tension -what one community is willing to tolerate or not -informs the various versions and translations, just as the translations inform our understanding of the context.  ... 
doi:10.15388/vertstud.2017.10.11292 fatcat:bnxhb26q3bachhk7r6zvtkomym

Sameness, Otherness? Enriching Organizational Change Theories With Philosophical Considerations On The Same And The Other

Rodolphe Durand, Roland Calori
2006 Academy of Management Review  
Michael Lubatkin and Eero Vaara provided also valuable remarks on earlier versions of the paper.  ...  I would like to express all my gratitude to the participants of the AMR workshop and notably to Ramona Paetzold whose comments underlay the first submitted version of this work.  ...  Of course, we do not pretend that the illustrative dimensions of sameness reduce or exhaust all the richness of the various theories.  ... 
doi:10.5465/amr.2006.19379626 fatcat:bxndki4xvbab3ob4bzzfj5zyxy

The Sameness of Difference: Joyce's Kaleidoscopic Odyssey(s) throughout Europe

Ma. Teresa (María Teresa) Caneda Cabrera
2006 James Joyce Quarterly  
Unlike other contributions, we do not find here long paragraphs saturated with names and dates.  ...  Since it could not be otherwise, therefore, the essays contained in the study demonstrate that the reception of Joyce in the diverse cultures of Europe and his subsequent influence on the various literary  ... 
doi:10.1353/jjq.2007.0003 fatcat:wbb4fpiyh5axhikcmtdromguum

Resisting Change: Same-sex Partnership Policy Debates in Croatia and Slovenia

Roman Kuhar
2011 Comparative Southeast European Studies  
This article explores similarities and differences in the emergence, content, and effects of the policy debates on same-sex partnerships in Slovenia and Croatia .  ...  in the parliamentary debates on same-sex partnerships .  ...  Kennedy, the question is not what the state can do for homosexuals, but rather what homosexuals can do (or cannot do) for the state .  ... 
doi:10.1515/soeu-2011-590105 fatcat:mydairstovaejgst2rjipopvzu

Love is a Battlefield: The Performance and Politics of Same-Sex Marriage in North America

Peter Dickinson
2008 Text and Performance Quarterly  
That is, the same-sex wedding ritual need not simply reify the de facto equivalence of celebrant and legal subject, or of witness and compulsory arbiter of institutionalized norms, but might also earnestly  ...  Performance's Modes Notably, political debates around same-sex marriage in the North American public sphere since the mid-1990s have coincided with the emergence of J.L.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10462930802107944 fatcat:hyh2ij2c3feqxkswq526fipdf4

Bowling by the same rules? Eu-United Nations relations and the transatlantic partnership

Peter Schmidt
2005 Journal of Transatlantic Studies  
The strengthening of the EU-U.N. relationship might from time to time bother the U.S. but will not do much harm if the EU keeps up with its ambitions, especially in Africa.  ...  These two guidelines, 'preventive engagement' and 'effective multilateralism,' do not only broadly outline the envisaged structure of the EU's international involvement, but they define elements of a new  ... 
doi:10.1080/14794010508656821 fatcat:4obu5j7sufhk5adgxf2s5grzmi

To Each the Same and to Each his Own: A Proposal to Measure Responsibility-Sensitive Income Inequality

KURT DEVOOGHT
2008 Economica  
We then defend the use of a particular measure of distributional change to determine the degree of offensive inequality.  ...  This paper deals with the question: How can one incorporate modern responsibility-catering egalitarianism into the economic theory on the measurement of income inequality?  ...  The author acknowledges the financial support provided by the Training and Mobility of Researchers Program of the European Communities, grant #ERBFMRXCT980248 (Living Standards, Inequality and Taxation  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-0335.2007.00602.x fatcat:luzj4hfjbnhfddp7f4zyml3jvq

Writing Same-Sex Love: Sexology and Literary Representation in Yoshiya Nobuko's Early Fiction

Michiko Suzuki
2006 Journal of Asian Studies  
As a result, Yoshiya's stories of same-sex love are often simply considered an extension of her own life or just a non-Western example in the genre of lesbian literature.  ...  setsu) and brought a feminist perspective to the family romance in the genre of popular fiction (ts?zoku sh?setsu). She has received most attention, however, as writer of female same-sex love (d?  ...  She rejects the common prejudice that female friendships do not last and reconfigures "pure" same-sex love as an ad mirable characteristic of the adult female.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0021911806001148 fatcat:agvhi44r2fgkbpewgyndrasg6m

Back to Basics? The Recurrence of the Same in Postcolonial Theory and the Specter of Capital

Bruce Cumings
2014 Journal of World-Systems Research  
capitalist development is our clearest case of the palpable recurrence of the same-a Chinese version if not of the universalities of capitalism, then at minimum a variant of the state-led industrialization  ...  While not as exhaustive as similar accounts (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.5195/jwsr.2014.563 fatcat:klm42w7lkvhcvbbu5knsry3e64

The Challenge of the Changing Same: The Jazz Avant-Garde of the 1960s, the Black Aesthetic and the Black Arts Movement

Jason Robinson
2005 Critical Studies in Improvisation  
Acknowledgements A short version of this essay was presented at the Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium in 2002.  ...  Lewis, Anthony Davis, Jann Pasler, Nicole King, George Lipsitz, Andy Fry and Stephanie Robinson; and to a few of my closest performative collaborators who, whether they know it or not, help me to understand  ...  'Blackness' is not a material object or an event but a metaphor; it does not have an 'essence' as such but is defined by a network of relations that form a particular aesthetic unity" (67).  ... 
doi:10.21083/csieci.v1i2.17 fatcat:f73kmcfftrfbjolsur2fqsxzhe

Permutation Entropy as a Universal Disorder Criterion: How Disorders at Different Scale Levels Are Manifestations of the Same Underlying Principle

Rutger Goekoop, Roy de Kleijn
2021 Entropy  
A growing body of literature suggests that living systems at different scale levels of observation follow the same architectural principles and process information in similar ways.  ...  What do bacteria, cells, organs, people, and social communities have in common? At first sight, perhaps not much. They involve totally different agents and scale levels of observation.  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank the reviewers for their constructive comments. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/e23121701 pmid:34946007 pmcid:PMC8700347 fatcat:lsby4nxduzekhiq5rsnx3xhjce

On the Progress and Prospects of Science in Scotland at the Close of the Sixteenth and Commencement of the Seventeenth Centuries, as Compared with the same at Cambridge a Century Later: With Illustrations of Several Remarkable Coincidences Between The Genius, The Studies, and The Discoveries of Napier of Merchiston, and Sir Isaac Newton

Mark Napier
1857 The Archaeological Journal  
who do not understand them, than to those who do.  ...  worthy, may perhaps enable me at least to amuse, if I do not instruct, the learned whom I have the honour to address.  ...  idly as others do ; but passeth superficially, ranging abroad within the whole appointed place, and not departing forth of the place till it hath executed its whole strength, by destroying those that  ... 
doi:10.1080/00665983.1857.10851042 fatcat:lhtcntwl4ndrber5lczni6ltvm
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