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Krzysztof Knittel

References Knittel, K. (2008). 01/in between. In: V. Verhaeghe, M. Collet (Eds.), mobile - album / international (pp. 115-125). Besancon: Montagne Froide / Cold Mountain, Lattre de Tassigny. Knittel, K. (1986). Autorefleksja. Przemiany techniki dźwiękowej, stylu i estetyki w polskiej muzyce lat 70 [Self- Reflection: Transformations of Sound Technique, Style and Aesthetic in Polish Music of the 1970s]. Kraków: Academy of Music in Kraków. Knittel, K. (2011). Piękno prawdy [The Beauty of Truth], Ruch Muzyczny. No

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Michaela Strapáčová and Vít Hloušek

–29). Similarly, Hampshire (2013) sums up the situation of the nation-states. The numerous common features shared by a rather large number of rich liberal democracies lead him to conclude that the intractable nature of immigration policy is a reflection of the contradictory imperative of the state. Furthermore, he suggests that normative as well as practical reasons of the legally protected principles of migration and asylum, as well as the successfully communicated business needs of a labor force, account for not translating negative public opinion on immigration into an

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Vilém Uhlíř

Clever Hans phenomenon: Communication with horses, whales, apes, and people . Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 364, pp. 94–114. [55] Sebeok, T.A., 1980. Looking in the destination for what should have been sought in the source. In Umiker-Sebeok, J., Sebeok, T.A. (Eds.), 1980. Speaking of apes: A critical anthology of two-way communication with man. New York: Springer, pp. 407–428. [56] Sebeok, T.A., 1981. The ultimate enigma of “Clever Hans”: The union of nature and culture. In Sebeok, T. A., Rosenthal, R. (Eds.), The Clever Hans phenomenon

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Jonathan Boyarin and Martin Land

warned against was not only the kind the Nazis aspired to and partly achieved, as he more than once tied the presentiment of annihilation to the thoughtless consumption of the planet’s bounty. The tour of German inflation concludes with what, to the ears of 2011, sounds remarkably like a caution against the notion that the key to solving an economic crisis is to restart the cycle of consumption and production: If society has so degenerated through necessity and greed that it can now receive the gifts of nature only rapaciously, that it snatches the fruit unripe