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Ivan Chajda and Helmut Länger

R eferences [1] L.P. Belluce, A. Di Nola and A.R. Ferraioli, MV-semirings and their sheaf representations , Order 30 (2013) 165–179. doi:10.1007/s11083-011-9234-0 [2] R. Bělohlavek, Fuzzy Relational Systems, Foundations and Principles (Kluwer, New York, 2002). ISBN 0-306-46777-1/hbk. [3] G. Birkhoff, Lattice Theory, AMS (Providence, R.I., 1979). ISBN 0-8218-1025-1. [4] I. Chajda, A representation of residuated lattices satisfying the double negation law , Soft Computing 22 (2018) 1773–1776. doi:10.1007/s00500-017-2673-9 [5] I

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Joseph D’Agostino

-essentialist concepts as valid, the concept of privacy at the procedural level, as Posner appears to mean it, can include the irreconcilable elements of “private persons can legally keep private correspondence private from others, including those who sue them” and its negation. It can include “decisions about abortion are private” and also its absence. But not when coercive legal decisions about discovering private correspondence or punishing abortion must be made, and whenever an appropriate case arises, the question of whether the law should extend respect for diversity of ways of

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Ludovico Franco

References Adger David. 2003. Core Syntax. Oxford University Press: Oxford. Agbayani Brian, Golston Chris. 2010. “Second-position is First-position: Wackernagel’s Law and the Role of Clausal Conjunction.” Indogermanische Forschungen 115, 1-21. Ambrosini Riccardo, Bologna Maria Patrizia, Motta Filippo, Orlandi Chatia (eds.). 1997. Scribthair a ainm n-ogaim. Scritti in memoria di Enrico Campanile. Pisa: Pacini. Andersen Gisle, Fretheim Thorstein (eds.). 2000. Pragmatic Markers andPropositional

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John Passant

industrial action by workers, are worthwhile areas for investigation to understand tax reform and the push for tax reforms in Australia. Dialectical thinking can help us in that understanding. Some readers might have read about the “three laws of the dialectic.” These “laws,” drawn from Engels, are “the unity of opposites, the transformation of quantity into quality, and the negation of the negation.” Rees, supra note 3, at 8. Essentially, the unity of opposites is one way of describing contradiction. Quantity into quality expresses the idea that a gradual change in

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Tatiana Podolinská

are reflected as sects, and their adherents thus often suffer double stigmatization ( Cigáni/Róm plus sectarian). The local Gypsy population follows this mainstream pattern too. For instance, in Rudňany and Bystrany, I was repeatedly told by nonconvert Gypsies how scared they were after facing the destruction of images and statues of the Virgin Mary, Jesus and crucifixes in public by new converts to the Maranata movement. Plavecký Štvrtok was an exceptionally strong example of the case. After a while, trying to match internal clusters of extended families looking

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‘The good girl from Russia can do it all’

Au pairs’ perspective on morality and immorality in the au pair relation

Caterina Rohde-Abuba

negotiate the au pair’s tasks, working hours and working days. In this process, both parties may refer to the images of the au pair programme as a relation of ‘mutuality’, ‘equality’ and ‘reciprocity’ to support their standpoint, although they are unable to rely on definitions of how these norms are supposed to be fulfilled in the au pair relation. Based on the norms of ‘mutuality’, ‘equality’ and ‘reciprocity’, the work aspect of the au pair programme is negated and the personal relation between the family and au pair is emphasised, which is supposed to work as a moral

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Cletus Famous Nwankwo

of the nature of the political landscape and how political and social changes occur ( Heywood, 2007 ). Studies on voting pattern in Nigeria have often been fixated on which party electorates voted for or prefer (e.g., Ihonvbere, 1999 ; Araba, Braimah, 2015 ; Olasile, Adebayo, 2016 ; Lawal, 2017 ). While this approach reveals where parties won elections, equally important is how homogeneous voters’ choices are in different places. Here, homogeneity refers to similarity of voter choice in different places. In a geographical sense, the analysis of homogeneity of