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(University of St Andrews, 2022-06-13) - ThesisAmong the most distinctive documents from the early-colonial Andes are Spanish-language transcriptions of information rendered, in various settings, from khipus—undeciphered knotted string devices that served the function ...
(2023-11-29) - ThesisIn contrast to an intensional conception of properties, which says that sameness of intension among properties implies property identity, a hyperintensional conception of properties says that sameness of intension among ...
(2023-11-29) - Thesis“Unity of virtues” is the idea that virtues should be understood in holistic terms. Part I focuses on Plato’s Protagoras. It argues that, according to Plato’s Socrates, “unity of virtues” is true in the sense that all ...
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Ecuadorian cinema for the 21st century : negotiating neoliberalism? Policy, industry, and memory during the Ley de Cine years (University of St Andrews, 2022-06-13) - ThesisThis thesis examines Ecuadorian cinema after the 2006 National Film Promotion Law or Ley de Cine, and its relationship to the encompassing political ideology of Socialism for the 21st century. It contends that the local ...