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has many paradigms, but in a cyclical manner mainstream orthodoxy emerges and dominates the discipline, while heterodoxy is crowded out to the periphery (Davis 2008 ). This recurrent center-periphery structure does not justify that economics is more

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Islamic control for barely 40 years and the demographic imprint of the invaders would have been relatively light. Scholars who downplay the Islamic linguistic influence, and that is the current orthodoxy, also question why Quintana is only preserved in

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needed to gain popular support with an appeal to Russian ethno-nationalism, orthodoxy and imperial ambitions as it became obvious with the annexation of the Crimea and the proxy war in the Ukraine and other foreign policy adventures (including

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, while Allegro hopes that his writings will liberate people from the thrall of a false Christian orthodoxy, we hope that our discoveries will educate people about the history of psychoactive sacraments in Christianity. ( Brown & Brown, 2016 , p. 217

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uniform, as bridging German or German-oriented culture, Pan-Slavism/Greek Orthodoxy, and Ottoman/Muslim realms. Nonetheless, there is also an explanation for the “otherness” in Mahler’s music found in the composer’s “Jewishnes”. To critics subscribing to

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description of the rituals and the participating clerics, touching on the role of exorcism in contemporary popular orthodoxy. The third part of the volume focuses on the gods and saints who can restore health or punish the violation of norms with illness

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-social transformation that took place in the Jewish community at large. See Haym SOLOVEITCHIK, “Rupture and Reconstruction: The Transformation of Contemporary Orthodoxy,” Tradition 28/4 (Summer 1994), 64–130. 4. From among the many examples, it is worth mentioning the

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salvation through personal revelation. Although the Gnostics and their brand of mystical Christianity largely vanished by the late fourth and early fifth centuries in the wake of doctrinal orthodoxy and the rise of Coptic Christianity (sans Gnosticism), a

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