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That settler colonial nations hunger for self-validating foundation myths has been a fruitful preoccupation of Attwood's past work.
His historical approach appears constrained by a self-validating academic circle, as suggested by the names Jonathan Riley-Smith, Marcus Bull, Norman Housley, and Jonathan Phillips.
of Southern California) presents nine essays on a variety of problems that involve confrontations between evidence and some form of abstraction, each invoking a particular and often self-validating definition of what evidence is.
As a Gen-X practitioner of the Oulipo school of self-validating process-texts, the midcentury Dadaist-inspired avant-garde movement that audaciously argued that creativity required not freedom but rather form, specifically rules--precise and entirely arbitrary--for its fullest expression, Nufer works with elegant virtuosity within the self-imposed discipline.
As a Gen-X practitioner of the OuLiPo school of self-validating process-texts, the mid-century Dadaist-inspired avant-garde movement that audaciously argued that creativity required not freedom but rather form, specifically rules, precise and entirely arbitrary, for its fullest expression, Nufer works with elegant virtuosity within the self-imposed discipline.
Then there are the self-validating, self-righteous, arrogant quotations in Rachel Smolkin's "Are the News Media Soft on Bush?
CoreStreet's patent portfolio is centered on the concept of self-validating proofs.
This point is further made in the collect for Whitsunday (Pentecost), a service considered above as an important instance of self-validating linguistic nationalism.