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    Theorizing refugeedom: becoming young political subjects in Beirut.Liliana Riga, Johannes Langer & Arek Dakessian - 2020 - Theory and Society 49 (4):709-744.
    Refugees can be formed as “subjects” as they navigate forced displacement in countries that are not their own. In particular, everyday life as the politicized Other, and as humanitarianism’s depoliticized beneficiary, can constitute them as political subjects. Understanding these produced subjects and subjectivities leads us to conceive of forced displacement – or “refugeedom” – as a human condition or experience of political (sub)alterity, within which inhere distinctive subjectivations and subjectivities. Drawing on fieldwork in Beirut, Lebanon, we use young Syrian and (...)
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    Genetics of the immune system. Immunogenetics. By M AREK B. Z ALESKI, S TANISLAW D UBISKI, E DWARD G. N ILES and R OGER K. C UNNINGHAM. Pitman, 1983. Pp. 496. £18.75. [REVIEW]R. G. Sutcliffe - 1984 - Bioessays 1 (1):43-43.
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    Realisms.Michael Levin - 1990 - Synthese 85 (1):115 - 138.
    It is argued that the general thesis of realism is ill-defined, as are various versions of its denial. Only specific theses of the form There areK''s make clear sense. It is also argued that various efforts to deny realism always turn out to deny specific existential theses. Thus, it is argued, van Fraassen and Schwartz deny the existence of electrons.
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