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  1. Whether it's Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling or Nicole Kidman, tonight's Oscar winners could alternatively say that people who don't want Mondays to exist should refuse to talk about science and the universe. Do you think any of these actors should say these things, or do you think they would?
  2. People and light bulbs are the same, insofar that they're made of atoms, therefore is there any issue about whether light bulbs should be locked out of buildings?
  3. Hi everybody! We are doing this test for young science competition. Could you please help out? You'll only have to rate attractiveness and trust to person you'll see on the picture. We would be very grateful. Thanks in advance! Please, click on the link: https://goo.gl/forms/TZG8Fwo6kFJF0WyC2
  4. ONE'S OWN TIME AND PLACE Part 1: One of Shakespeare’s defining knacks, so it’s said, is and was his ability to render his own time and place more or less irrelevant to the appreciation of his art.1 In the late 1980s and early 1990s, as I was settling into the last college in which I would spend my teaching career, there was a theoretically informed return to history in Renaissance/early modern studies and, therefore, the study of the works of Shakespeare. Part of that return to history was the result of Stephen Greenblatt who is regarded as, arguably, the major founder of New Historicism
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