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    Annik Schnitzler, Jean-Claude Génot, Maurice Wintz & Brack W. Hale (2008). Naturalness and Conservation in France. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 21 (5):423-436.
    This article discusses the ecological and cultural criteria underlying the management practices for protected areas in France. It examines the evolution of French conservation from its roots in the 19th century, when it focused on the protection of scenic landscapes, to current times when the focus is on the protection of biodiversity. However, biodiversity is often socially defined and may not represent an ecologically sound objective for conservation. In particular, we question the current approach to protecting a specific type of (...)
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    Lena Storzer, Markus Butz, Jan Hirschmann, Omid Abbasi, Maciej Gratkowski, Dietmar Saupe, Alfons Schnitzler & Sarang S. Dalal (2016). Bicycling and Walking Are Associated with Different Cortical Oscillatory Dynamics. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10.
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  3. Claudia Wach, Vanessa Krause, Vera Moliadze, Walter Paulus, Alfons Schnitzler & Bettina Pollok (2013). The Effect of 10 Hz Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation on Corticomuscular Coherence. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7.
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    Otto Schnitzler (1957). Besteht für die feststellung in einem feststellenden ein an-sich? Kant-Studien 48 (1-4):404-424.
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  5. Arthur Schnitzler (1978). 19. Brief an Hugo von Hofmannsthal vom 27. 7. 1891. In Bruno Hillebrand (ed.), Texte Zur Nietzsche-Rezeption 1873–1963. De Gruyter 81-81.
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  6. Arthur Schnitzler (1978). 87. Der Weg ins Freie. In Bruno Hillebrand (ed.), Texte Zur Nietzsche-Rezeption 1873–1963. De Gruyter 152-153.
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    Aude Crétien (2013). L'écriture dramatique d'Arthur Schnitzler, Paul Claudel et Marguerite Duras : trois incarnations du temps bergsonien ? Temporalités 18.
    Trois auteurs dramatiques, Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931) dans Au Grand Guignol, Paul Claudel (1868-1955) dans Le Soulier de Satin, et Marguerite Duras (1914-1996) dans Savannah Bay, nous placent au cœur même du processus de la représentation théâtrale, fait d’imprévus, d’incertitudes et d’accidents. Cette écriture rend sensible un temps dynamique, vivant et jaillissant, qui n’est pas sans rappeler la conception bergsonienne du temps comme « création continue d’imprévisible nouveauté ». Ces œuvres, dans leur mouvement de dépassement du caractère construit et fini (...)
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  8. Fernando Bayón (2011). La Profundidad En la Superficie : Espectros Del Tiempo En la Viena Literaria de 1900 (Hofmannsthal, Schnitzler, Kraus). In Joaquín Esteban Ortega & Rafael Argullol (eds.), Palabra y Ficción: Literatura y Pensamiento En Tiempo de Crisis Cultural. Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes
     
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  9. Hugo von Hofmannsthal (1978). 15. Brief an Arthur Schnitzler vom 13. 7. 1891. In Bruno Hillebrand (ed.), Texte Zur Nietzsche-Rezeption 1873–1963. De Gruyter 77-77.
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  10. Sigrid Schmid-Bortenschlager (2000). Illness as Social Indicator: Hysteria in Schnitzler and Freud. Semiotica 128 (3-4):513-526.
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    Guy Bennett-Hunter (2013). Natural Theology and Literature. In Russell Re Manning John Hedley Brooke & Fraser Watts (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Natural Theology. Oxford University Press
    In this chapter, I hope to show, by referring to two specific literary examples, that works of literature can demonstrate the possibility of Natural Theology and can prompt their readers’ thinking along Natural Theological lines by allowing them to have experiences which mirror the structure of those dealt with by Natural Theology.
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  12. Chandak Sengoopta (2000). Otto Weininger: Sex, Science, and Self in Imperial Vienna. University of Chicago Press.
    Turn-of-the century Vienna is remembered as an aesthetic, erotic, and intellectual world: the birthplace of Freud and psychoanalysis, the waltz, and novels of Schnitzler.
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    Thorsten Botz-Bornstein (2007). Dreams in Buddhism and Western Aesthetics: Some Thoughts on Play, Style and Space. Asian Philosophy 17 (1):65 – 81.
    Several Buddhist schools in India, China and Japan concentrate on the interrelationships between waking and dreaming consciousness. In Eastern philosophy, reality can be seen as a dream and an obscure 'reality beyond' can be considered as real. In spite of the overwhelming Platonic-Aristotelian-Freudian influence existent in Western culture, some Western thinkers and artists - Valéry, Baudelaire, and Schnitzler, for example - have been fascinated by a kind of 'simple presence' contained in dreams. I show that this has consequences for (...)
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    Claudine Burton-Jeangros & Annik Dubied Losa (2011). Human and Nonhuman Animals, Mutually at Risk: A Study of the Swiss Information Media. Society and Animals 19 (4):337-355.
    Nowadays, relationships between nonhuman animals and humans are debated, often in relation to issues associated with the risks they represent for each other. On the one hand, new diseases and accidents indicate that animals are not as innocuous as they were long thought; on the other hand, the now questioned human impact on the natural environment is considered a risk for animals. This research analyzed these contrasting images of animals in the Swiss information media. Of the five main animal figures (...)
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    Patrick Linder & Annik Prat (1990). Baker's Yeast, the New Work Horse in Protein Synthesis Studies: Analyzing Eukaryotic Translation Initiation. Bioessays 12 (11):519-526.
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    Annik Dubied Losa & Claudine Burton-Jeangros (2011). Human and Nonhuman Animals, Mutually at Risk: A Study of the Swiss Information Media. Society and Animals 19 (4):337-355.
    Nowadays, relationships between nonhuman animals and humans are debated, often in relation to issues associated with the risks they represent for each other. On the one hand, new diseases and accidents indicate that animals are not as innocuous as they were long thought; on the other hand, the now questioned human impact on the natural environment is considered a risk for animals. This research analyzed these contrasting images of animals in the Swiss information media. Of the five main animal figures (...)
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