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Max Weber and Thomas Garrigue Masaryk
Max Weber a Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk

Ilja Šrubař
1998 Czech Sociological Review  
Zatímco Max Weber -zaskočen politickými událostmiumíral v Mnichově, stál Masaryk jako zvolený prezident v čele jím vytvořeného Československa.  ...  The comparison shows that Weber and Masaryk shared some crucial insights concerning the future of Germany and Russia, but differed in their views on Austria.  ...  Ale právě v Rusku vidí Weber existenční ohrožení Německa.  ... 
doi:10.13060/00380288.1998.34.4.04 fatcat:wyawaewmgvdvzc55ijzk5sny3y

Los Buddenbrook y el espíritu del Capitalismo. Afinidades electivas entre Thomas Mann y Max Weber

Fernando Bayón Martín
2015 Estudios de Deusto  
El senador Thomas Buddenbrook. Sobre la muerte y su relación con la indestructibilidad de nuestro ser en sí.  ...  Véanse MANN, Thomas, Tagebücher, Franfurt am Main, S. Fischer, 1977 -95, sobre Max Weber, especialmente el vol.  ...  El joven Max fue adoptado por su homónimo, y tío, Max Weber. Pues bien, el hijo de Thomas Mann, Golo, contó siempre al sobrino protegido de Weber entre sus más íntimas amistades Heidelbergensis.  ... 
doi:10.18543/ed-46(1)-1998pp93-141 fatcat:c6cdlhb2h5hejogivdmp4zju3u

Stephen Kalberg: Einführung in die Historisch-Vergleichende Soziologie Max Webers. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Thomas Schwietring

2003 Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie  
Dieser Besprechungs-Essay von dreizehn Büchern, die sich während der Jahre 1997-2000 auf insgesamt 3.725 Seiten mit Leben, Werk und Wirkung Max Webers auseinander setzten, verdankt Thomas Luckmann zweierlei  ...  Aus dem Amerikanischen von Thomas Schwietring. Wiesbaden: Westdeutscher Ver- lag 2001. 307 Seiten. ISBN 3-531-13308-X. Preis: 19,-. Fritz Ringer: Max Weber's Methodology.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11577-003-0011-y fatcat:rwon5zyhnfegtncjjpnux5zptm

Presenting Max Weber

Thomas Kemple
2013 Canadian journal of sociology  
A mong the many challenges of reading Max Weber today, one of the most difficult is presented by his own requirement to place the present under the beam of the past, but also to consider past historical  ...  Of the two books under review here, Max Weber's Comparative-Historical Sociology Today by Stephen Kalberg undertakes more of an "internalist" reading and reconstruction of the major themes Weber himself  ...  Gane thus does more than summarize and apply Weber's key concepts in their own terms insofar as he works within and outside this conceptual framework to project "Weber beyond Weber."  ... 
doi:10.29173/cjs19663 fatcat:4qvr2eptfzczlfbp43fgk2wovy

Lässt sich Luhmann mit Weber retten? / Is it Possible to Rescue Luhmann with Weber?

Thomas Schwinn
2005 Zeitschrift für Soziologie  
Unauthenticated Download Date | 3/19/20 8:14 PM Thomas Schwinn: Lässt sich Luhmann mit Weber retten?  ...  Hierfür greift er auf Max Webers Unterscheidung von Wertsphären und Lebensordnungen zurück.  ... 
doi:10.1515/zfsoz-2005-0603 fatcat:c2772juuuvh3jfody73tlhocxm

Thomas Maria Weber, Gadara-Umm Qès I. Gadara Decapolitana, Untersuchungen zur Topographie, Geschichte, Architektur und der Bildenden Kunst einer « Polis Hellenis » im Ostjo

Pierre-Louis Gatier
2009 Syria. Archéologie, art et histoire  
L'ouvrage de Thomas Weber est un livre important sur un site important.  ...  Thomas Après avoir présenté ces synthèses, Thomas Weber fournit ses sources et ses outils de travail. Les p. 257-462 réunissent la documentation écrite et archéologique sur Gadara.  ... 
doi:10.4000/syria.613 fatcat:afcalktfg5dflo5hqudviaaf2e

Volker Weber

Thomas Schwentick, Herik Björklund
2009 Journal of Logic, Language and Information  
Thomas Schwentick, Volker's PhD supervisor and Herik Björklund have written the following obituary: We mourn the loss of Volker Weber, who died suddenly and unexpectedly on the 7th of April 2009.  ...  The special issue is dedicated to the memory of Volker Weber whose untimely death occurred on April 7th 2009.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10849-009-9097-6 fatcat:ynywkx2c7ndjjorgil7vqlvldy

Reply to Professor Weber

Thomas Taylor
1886 Proceedings of the American Society of Microscopists  
REPLY TO PROFESSOR WEBER. THOMAS TAYLOR, M. D., Washington, D. C. Prof.  ...  Weber is not justified in this statement of my views by anything which I have said or written.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3220466 fatcat:ycwtebgerffo3eud4tzqmxwn5y

Dialogue fictif entre Weber et Simmel

Thomas Kemple, Austin Harrington, Rosalie Dion
2016 Sociologie et sociétés  
Weber d'Austin Harrington.  ...  Nous souhaitons témoigner notre reconnaissance aux organisateurs ainsi qu'à tous ceux qui ont commenté notre dialogue au symposium, dans lequel Thomas Kemple tenait le rôle de Georg Simmel face au Max  ... 
doi:10.7202/1036890ar fatcat:xmei7v76bvgutdyd2yblwxkp7e

OSG-Frakturen Weber-B/C: was ist Standard?

Alice Wichelhaus, Thomas Mittlmeier
2015 OP-Journal  
Dazu gehört außer dem Außen-und In-& n Alice Wichelhaus, Thomas Mittlmeier OP-JOURNAL 2014; 30: 66-75  ...  Literatur Tab. 1 Klassifikation nach Danis-Weber.  ...  Krite- rien für die korrekte Reposition sind der Weber-Kreis und die Weber-Nase. Die Reposition wird zunächst mit einer spit- zen Repositionszange gehalten.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0034-1383218 fatcat:bq3lr64gtbektnolj7neczbzti

A. J. Cronin and Thomas Hardy

Carl J. Weber
1942 College English  
WEBER CotsBy COLLEGE WATERVILLE, MAINE  ...  CRONIN AND THOMAS HARDY In the November, 1941, issue of College English the following state- ments appeared: Cronin’s first novel was overpraised.  ... 
doi:10.2307/370953 fatcat:75vh42tb4vbiddr4pu5ejjpuem

Die fragmentierte Stadt [article]

Jürgen Krusche, Aya Domenig, Thomas Schärer, Julia Weber
2021 Zenodo  
YouTube-Kanal "Huchenfranz": https://www.youtube. com/channel/UCPWhUM_RdzgttJRU-V7ubaXg, Zugriff am 26.8.2020 23 Gespräch von Julia Weber und Thomas Schärer mit Franz Keppel, 04.07.2017.  ...  Gespräch von Julia Weber und Thomas Schärer mit Simon Weis (Stabsmitarbeiter/Konfliktmanager) und Peter Laib, 22.06.2017 6 Video-Spaziergang mit Mari- anne von der Zentralbibliothek zum Hauptbahnhof  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5578362 fatcat:dclvhgvbuzav7kqh4pkaqclqry

Sturge Weber syndrome

K Thomas-Sohl, A Comi
2011 Atlas of Genetics and Cytogenetics in Oncology and Haematology  
Reports exist of tumors found in association with Sturge-Weber syndrome; however it is unclear whether Sturge-Weber syndrome is associated with an increased risk of other neoplasms.  ...  Cytogenetics Note No consistent cytogenetic abnormalities have been found in association with Sturge-Weber syndrome.  ... 
doi:10.4267/2042/38143 fatcat:yxlbwsm6prhvtoynzqu5mzhqk4

On the continuous Fermat-Weber problem for a convex polygon using Euclidean distance [article]

Thomas T.C.K. Zhang, John Gunnar Carlsson
2014 arXiv   pre-print
We consider the continuous Fermat-Weber problem, where the customers are continuously (uniformly) distributed along the boundary of a convex polygon.  ...  Since the function is smooth, convex, and explicitly given, the continuous version of the Fermat-Weber problem over a convex polygon can be solved easily by numerical algorithms.  ...  Therefore, the formulation is popularly known as the Fermat-Weber problem. In 1937, Weiszfeld [10] introduced a method to solve the Fermat-Weber problem.  ... 
arXiv:1403.3715v1 fatcat:wn5k4a5mkvfutjez4itcawzgjy

Cytonemes

Felipe-Andrés Ramírez-Weber, Thomas B Kornberg
1999 Cell  
Tabata and Kornberg, 1994). The Dpp protein is also secreted. Dpp is believed to embody the activity Summary of the A/P signaling center (Capdevila and Guerrero, 1994; Zecca et al., 1995) by using a concentration-Wing imaginal disc cells in Drosophila develop by using dependent mechanism to control the expression of variinformation received from a signaling center associous target genes (Lecuit et al., 1996; Nellen et al., 1996; ated with the anterior/posterior compartment border. Tsuneizumi et
more » ... al., 1997). Although Dpp is assumed to We show here that disc cells have thin, actin-based form a concentration gradient, there is no direct eviextensions (cytonemes) that project to this signaling dence for its distribution in discs. Nevertheless, its target center. Cytonemes can be induced when cells from genes are expressed in roughly symmetric patterns with the lateral flanks of a wing disc are cultured next to respect to the A/P border, and as a consequence, A and cells from the A/P border or next to a source of fibro-P cells in the fly wing differentiate particular structures at blast growth factor. Mouse limb bud cells also grow prescribed distances from the border. Since cells at projections during a brief culture period, indicating equivalent distances on either side of the compartment that cytonemes are an attribute of both vertebrate and border have the capacity to make identical structures invertebrate cells. We suggest that cytonemes may (Garcia-Bellido and Santamaria, 1972; Lawrence and be responsible for some forms of long-range cell-cell Morata, 1976), they are said to behave as though polarcommunication. ized with opposite orientations. This use of the term polarity is unrelated to apical/basal or dendritic/axonal Introduction polarity, or to the "planar polarity" that orients the hair and bristle structures that epidermal cells make. It has Cells use a variety of mechanisms to communicate over had no known morphological manifestation. long distances. Information can be transmitted to distant In addition to defining where key regulatory genes organs by small proteins or organic molecules that travel are expressed and generating an associated signaling to specific receptors at target sites. Alternatively, inforcenter, the A/P compartment borders also confine imamation can be transmitted by long cellular extensions ginal disc cells to either side (Garcia-Bellido et al., 1973, such as axons. These neuronal processes transduce 1976; Morata and Lawrence, 1975, 1978; Steiner, 1976; signals between the nerve terminal and cell body by Lawrence et al., 1979; Kornberg, 1981; Struhl, 1981) and actively transporting endocytosed ligands or by concan retard the diffusion of small organic molecules (Weir ducting electrical currents. Long distance communicaand Lo, 1982) . This partial catalog of the functions assotion also is involved in the development of epithelial ciated with the compartment border illustrates some cells, since their growth is controlled by signaling cenof the ways in which cells at the compartment border ters that can be located more than 100 m away. Howgenerate spatial guideposts during development. It seems ever, the mechanisms that link these cells to the signalreasonable to predict that these cells may have special ing centers are not understood. structures to perform these tasks, but no distinguishing In the Drosophila wing imaginal disc, the principal morphological structures that might endow them with signaling center is located on the anterior side of the their special functions have been reported. A/P compartment border that bisects the disc. It is cre- The study described here was guided by our interest ated by signals emanating from the A/P compartment in learning more about the nature of the border cells. In border and is defined operationally by its roles both in particular, we have been examining how the Hh and regulating growth and patterns of gene expression and Dpp proteins signal target cells. Although the influence in prescribing the placement of each pattern element of Dpp extends to the edges of the wing disc (Capdevila (Basler and Struhl, 1994; Tabata and Kornberg, 1994). and Guerrero, 1994; Zecca et al., 1995) and Hh can signal Two proteins, Hedgehog (Hh) and Decapentaplegic across long distances as well (Chen and Struhl, 1996), (Dpp), carry out the respective signaling functions of the these proteins share an unexpected characteristic: they compartment border and the signaling center it gendo not move efficiently in the extracellular environment. erates. Current evidence indicates that the active form of Hh has Hh is one of a small group of genes whose domain cholesterol covalently bound at its C terminus (Porter of expression is delimited by A/P compartment borders. et al., 1996) and an N terminus that is palmitoylated It is expressed by all P compartment cells (Tabata et (Pepinsky et al., 1998). Both modifications are likely to al., 1992) and produces a secreted protein (Porter et al., anchor Hh in the membrane of the cell in which it is made. The Dpp homolog, TGF␤, binds to extracellular
doi:10.1016/s0092-8674(00)80771-0 pmid:10367889 fatcat:2lmezitpobekfg3tpamgdduvke
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