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  1. Smoke, Curtains and Mirrors: The Production of Race Through Time and Title Registration.Sarah Keenan - 2017 - Law and Critique 28 (1):87-108.
    This article analyses the temporal effects of title registration and their relationship to race. It traces the move away from the retrospection of pre-registry common law conveyancing and toward the dynamic, future-oriented Torrens title registration system. The Torrens system, developed in early colonial Australia, enabled the production of ‘clean’, fresh titles that were independent of their predecessors. Through a process praised by legal commentators for ‘curing’ titles of their pasts, this system produces indefeasible titles behind its distinctive ‘curtain’ and ‘mirror’, (...)
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  • Nowe światy literackie: literaturoznawstwo współczesne a nauki ścisłe.Dominika Oramus - 2021 - Philosophical Problems in Science 70:139-168.
    Since 1959, when C.P. Snow delivered his seminal lecture The Two Cultures on the lack of understanding between scholars working in the humanities and their colleagues from science departments, the gap between the two groups has been one of the most notorious clichés of contemporary Western culture. The aim of this article is to show that this seemingly insurmountable abyss between sciences and the humanities that was brought to the forefront during the mid-20th century is slowly receding into history. Literature (...)
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  • Against a Fatal Confusion: Spinoza, Climate Crisis and the Weave of the World.Susan Ruddick - 2020 - Intellectual History Review 30 (3):505-521.
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