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Dependency of Military Capabilities on Technological Development

Applied Operational Research 6(1), 39-47. Carolina Castaldi, Roberto Fontana, Alessandro Nuvolari (2009). The evolution of tank technology, 1915-1945, Journal of Evolutionary Economics 19(4), 545-566. Mario Coccia (2003). An approach to the measurement of technological chance based on the intensity of innovation, Ceris working paper. Mario Coccia (2005). Technometrics: Origins, historical evolution and new directions, Technological Forecasting & Social Change 72, 944-979. Metin Dagdeviren, Serkan Yavuz

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Enhancement of National Collaboration Between Defence Establishment and Industry by Systems Approach

transatlantic defence R&D gap: causes, consequences and controversies. Defence & Peace Economics. [Article]. 2006;17(3):223-38. 20. Bellais R, Guichard R. Defense innovation, technology transfers and public policy. Defence & Peace Economics. [Article]. 2006;17(3):273-86. 21. Kelly T, Rishi M, Hartley K, Warner JT. An empirical study of the spin-off effects of military spending. Defence & Peace Economics. [Article]. 2003;14(1):7. 22. McGuire MC. Uncertainty, risk aversion, and optimal defense against interruptions in supply

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Constitution, Ethos and Change of Life in Common: Some Introductive Reflections on the Example of Icelandic Constitutional Project

), The Democratic and the Authoritarian State , New York, the Free Press, 1957. Italian edition, Lo stato democratico e lo stato autoritario, Bologna, Il Mulino, 1973. Policastro P. (2002), Prawa podstawowe w demokratycznych transformacjach ustrojowych , Lublin 2002. Policastro P. and Castorina E. (2013), Towards a Supranational Dimension of Citizenship Through Knowledge, Skills and Competence: From ECONET to the Great Green Wall, p. 89–96 in P. Policastro (ed.), Towards Innovation in Legal Education , Eleven, Utrecht 2013. Policastro P. (2012

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Pluralism and Conflict: The Debate about “Russian Values” and Politics of Identity

, it is the utmost dependency of the Russian patriarch on the contemporary figure of tsar that hindered him from supporting his Ukrainian faithful during the conflict with Russia. This, in turn, contributed to the weakening of the authority of the Russian Church in Ukraine. No less importantly, the 1666–1667 Council adopted all the innovations introduced before by Nikon. The Council also anathematized the leaders of the adherents of the old faith, that is partisans of the traditional, pre- reform Orthodoxy (the so-called Old Believers). Curiously, the Council also

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How to Respond to Conflicts Over Value Pluralism?

our attachment to all kinds of socio-cultural values is an important factor in the fabric of today’s societies, since it defines to a large extent our identity. Yet at the same time, the above has also made clear that, in our times, socio-cultural identity has lost its self-evidence and stability. Technological innovation, economic developments, secularization, individualization, growing mobility, etc. have changed Western societies beyond recognition during the last 50 years. Against this background, it is no wonder that people have problems in answering the

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Narrative des Anthropozän – Systematisierung eines interdisziplinären Diskurses

wissenschaftliche Innovation, aber auch für die Erklärung der Gegenwart, gehen derzeit von den Geo-, Klimaund Umweltwissenschaften aus, sie avancieren zu den neuen Leitwissenschaften, Horn und Schnyder (2016 : 9) sprechen von der Klimatologie als neuer Leitwissenschaft, Bonneuil (2016 : 17) nimmt eine geologische Wende (geological turn) an. selbst bei Aufgaben, die traditionell eher geisteswissenschaftlichen Disziplinen zugedacht waren. Dass die genannten Datierungen keineswegs wert- und ideologiefrei sind, schlägt sich auch in deren Diskussion nieder. Würde das Anthropozän im

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Die Grenzenlosigkeit der Kulturwissenschaften

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What keeps cultural studies in motion and, more difficult still, what hold them together? They are continuously animated through so-called ‚turns‘ that in regular intervals open up new perspectives and transform the leading issues and concepts. Such regular innovations are not only due to internal readjustments in terms of methodological changes but are also connected to cultural and social changes. In this way, cultural studies have become an integral part of the transformation of the world as we see and construct it. They are not only a lense through which we observe the transformation of the world, but also a tool with which it is produced. In this active engagement and entanglement with the real world, cultural studies have lost a sense of their professional boundaries. They are constantly extending their realm of research, incorporating avidly new territory. To the extent that cultural studies have embraced the project of cultural self-thematization and self-transformation, they have become as fluid and volatile as culture itself.

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“Roma” Label: The Deconstructed and Reconceptualized Category within the Pentecostal and Charismatic Pastoral Discourse in Contemporary Slovakia

of a more general process of ethnoreligious innovation within the European Gypsy Pentecostalism as such. In this context, also refer the article of Manuela Cantón-Delgado (2017 , 87) and her interpretation of Gypsy leadership and new forms of internal cohesion within the Evangelical Church of Philadelphia in Spain as “innovation”. Social Theory Inspirations The Norwegian ethnographer Thomas Hylland Eriksen pointed out in his famous work Ethnicity versus Nationalism (1991) that ethnicity refers to the social reproduction of basic classificatory

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