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Drawing rings around the world - The acquisitio...
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Scholarly Paper (Advanced Seminar) aus dem Jahr 2003 im Fachbereich Anglistik - Linguistik, einseitig bedruckt, Note: 1,0 (A), Philipps-Universität Marburg (Institute for English Language Science), Veranstaltung: SE Psycholinguistics, 22 Eintragungen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Englisch, Abstract: This is the implication of the anthropic principle: a universe, that allows human existence can only be observed and conceptualised - linguistically structured, for our purpose - by human beings due to the constraints set by the internal structure of the universe. This is, any theory about the world and about the phenomena it consists of has to take into account that the available data possibly reflects only a sample of the topic to be theorised. Absolute objectivity is a myth. Theories should be regarded as points of view, in its very sense. The fictional GOLEM XIV, artificial anthropologist at the MIT of the year 2029, encounters the problem from an opposite perspective: he knows well about man and the thematic role, man holds in universe. But he is not able to communicate about his knowledge without cutting down on his actual message because natural language does not provide the concepts required. From this point of view, the study of semantic acquisition becomes a methodological one. When communicating linguistically about the world we live in and act on, how do we know that our words - those Saussurian signs with a concept on one side and an arbitrary form on another - actually cover the intended objects and ideas in their entirety? At least, the question is worth to be asked. Bloom (2001) extends the question to at least two specifications. First, when discussing Williard Quine¿s gavagai problem (describing the get-together of a linguist, a native speaker of some unexplored language, and a rabbit, at whose turn up the native utters the word gavagai), Bloom concludes that 'there is an infinity of logically possible meanings for gavagai.' (Bloom 2001:3). The utterance could refer to any component of this situation, the properties of the rabbit itself, such as its biological categorisation, its colour, texture, or acoustic appearance. Gavagai could even refer to the very spatio-temporal characteristics of the moment itself, to 'time slices of rabbits', as Bloom puts it.

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The Highland myth as an invented tradition of 1...
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Scholary Paper aus dem Jahr 2005 im Fachbereich Anglistik - Kultur und Landeskunde, einseitig bedruckt, Note: 2, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, Veranstaltung: Peripheries in British 19th-Century History: Scotland and Ireland, 12 Eintragungen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Englisch, Anmerkungen: Hausarbeit eines PS Kulturwissenschaften, Benotung 2+ , Abstract: If people around the globe are asked what they associate with Scotland or the Scots, tartan kilts, bagpipes, clans and the Highlands are the most common answers. Especially tourist interest concentrates on these landmarks of Scotland, which are said to be insignias of Scottish tradition, glory and identity, and which dominate the image of Scotland. But are these landmarks really linked to a tradition from times immemorial? Do they really represent a link to Scotland's Gaelic roots? This paper will investigate this question by introducing Eric Hobsbawm¿s term of 'invented tradition' to denote and to outline the process of creation of these Scottish symbols. The following portrait of the historical background will show the social, political and economic developments in the 18th and 19th century which led to the invention of tradition as part of the creation of a Highland myth as a result of and as reaction to Scotland's union with England in 1707. Furthermore, the worldwide spreading of the Highland myth, which has determined the image of whole Scotland ever since, will be described. The paper will finish by showing contemporary parallels to the historic developments and trends, and suggesting further topics of investigation.

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Deutschland, Frankreich und Großbritannien in d...
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Seminararbeit aus dem Jahr 2000 im Fachbereich Politik - Int. Politik - Thema: Europäische Union, einseitig bedruckt, Note: 1,7, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität Greifswald (Institut für Politikwissenschaften), Veranstaltung: Seminar: Kommunalpolitik in Europa, Sprache: Deutsch, Anmerkungen: Die vorliegende Arbeit trägt den Namen 'Deutschland, Frankreich und Grossbritannien in der EU- Garanten für eine stabile europäische Zukunft?' Sie geht der Frage nach, ob die Integration der europäischen Staaten für ihre Mitgliedsländer nach wie vor ein erstrebenswertes Ziel bildet. Nach einem kurzen Rückblick auf die bisherige Verlaufsgeschichte der EU und einer Vorstellung deren Institutionen wird diese Thematik, stellvertretend durch die drei nach wirtschaftlicher und politischer Macht führenden Mitglieder Deutschland, Frankreich und Grossbritannien behandelt. Dabei wird durch Aufzeigen der bisher gebrachten Leistungen für die Gemeinschaft und die dahinter stehenden Interessen der Länder, sowie ihre bisherigen symbolischen und konkreten Vorteile, die Frage positiv beantwortet. Es wird ausserdem deutlich, dass sich Grossbritannien nach wie vor in einer gewissen Aussenseiterposition bezüglich des Integrationswillens befindet. 222 KB , Abstract: Abstract The paper is headlined 'Germany, France and Great Britain in the EU- Guarantors for a stable European future?' It covers the question whether the integration of the European states still is a worthy aim to try achieving. After a short introduction of the basic history of the European Union and it¿s institutions the topic is dealt with by focussing on the economically and politically most powerful Germany, France and Great Britain as representatives for the member states. The interests in the EU and the actions taken for the community by those states will show that integration has proven to meet the needs of the country and is likely to be enhanced in the future. Great Britain builds an exception in some areas though. It becomes clear, that the isle has the biggest problems of the three in ceding powers of sovereignity to the union. Zusammenfassung Die vorliegende Arbeit trägt den Namen 'Deutschland, Frankreich und Grossbritannien in der EU- Garanten für eine stabile europäische Zukunft?' Sie geht der Frage nach, ob die Integration der europäischen Staaten für ihre Mitgliedsländer nach wie vor ein erstrebenswertes Ziel bildet. Nach einem kurzen Rückblick auf die bisherige Verlaufsgeschichte der EU und einer Vorstellung deren Institutionen wird diese Thematik, stellvertretend durch die drei nach wirtschaftlicher und politischer Macht führenden Mitglieder Deutschland, Frankreich und Grossbritannien behandelt. Dabei wird durch Aufzeigen der bisher gebrachten Leistungen für die Gemeinschaft und die dahinter stehenden Interessen der Länder, sowie ihre bisherigen symbolischen und konkreten Vorteile, die Frage positiv beantwortet. Es wird ausserdem deutlich, dass sich Grossbritannien nach wie vor in einer gewissen Aussenseiterposition bezüglich des Integrationswillens befindet.

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The Special Relationship between Great Britain ...
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Intermediate Examination Paper aus dem Jahr 2003 im Fachbereich Politik - Int. Politik - Thema: Sonstiges, einseitig bedruckt, Note: 2,3 (B), Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, 30 Eintragungen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Englisch, Abstract: Winston Churchill coined the term Special Relationship in his famous speech in Fulton, Missouri in 1946. This term characterises the unparalleled close Anglo-American relations during the Second World War and in the time thereafter. The shared perception that Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union constituted major external threats to their well-being bound the societies and leaderships of Great Britain and the United States together. The looming menace ceased to exist after the break-up of the Soviet Union and the demise of Communism, and for several authors so did the raison d¿être of the Special Relationship as well. It was more however that brought these two countries together than the shared perception of a communist threat. Why is it that 'neither country has fully adjusted its mind to thinking of the members of the other society as foreigners', and that Americans still refer to Britain as the 'mother country' every now and then? Why do certain authors call Britain the 'fortified outpost of the Anglo-Saxon race' or the 'unsinkable aircraft carrier'? And is it just by chance that fictional author George Orwell calls Britain 'Airstrip One' and associates it with North America in his novel '1984'? Is it a coincidence or are these - admittedly vague - expressions signs of subtle yet overarching bonds between the two countries? This work will analyse and discuss various aspects of Anglo-American relations. The apparent cooperation in the fields of foreign and security policy will be assessed, as well as the more disguised realm of military and intelligence collaboration. Following is a chapter about two aspects that dominate our time, economy and business in the Anglo-American relationship. The last chapter attempts to illuminate the obscure field of 'private' relations between the Anglo-American nations, as well as the importance of the personal relationships between the individual Presidents and Prime Ministers. For a better understanding of Anglo-American Affairs the common backgrounds of the two countries are assessed historically, culturally and in terms of language. The question or the leitmotif on which this work is be based asks whether the concept of a Special Relationship in current Anglo-American relations is still a de facto reality or just a myth, that lingers on from the shared experience of the two World wars: Does the weary British Lion still enjoy a remarkably 'special' relationship with the almighty American Eagle?

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The Highland myth as an invented tradition of 1...
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Scholary Paper aus dem Jahr 2005 im Fachbereich Anglistik - Kultur und Landeskunde, einseitig bedruckt, Note: 2, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, Veranstaltung: Peripheries in British 19th-Century History: Scotland and Ireland, 12 Eintragungen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Englisch, Anmerkungen: Hausarbeit eines PS Kulturwissenschaften, Benotung 2+ , Abstract: If people around the globe are asked what they associate with Scotland or the Scots, tartan kilts, bagpipes, clans and the Highlands are the most common answers. Especially tourist interest concentrates on these landmarks of Scotland, which are said to be insignias of Scottish tradition, glory and identity, and which dominate the image of Scotland. But are these landmarks really linked to a tradition from times immemorial? Do they really represent a link to Scotland's Gaelic roots? This paper will investigate this question by introducing Eric Hobsbawm¿s term of 'invented tradition' to denote and to outline the process of creation of these Scottish symbols. The following portrait of the historical background will show the social, political and economic developments in the 18th and 19th century which led to the invention of tradition as part of the creation of a Highland myth as a result of and as reaction to Scotland's union with England in 1707. Furthermore, the worldwide spreading of the Highland myth, which has determined the image of whole Scotland ever since, will be described. The paper will finish by showing contemporary parallels to the historic developments and trends, and suggesting further topics of investigation.

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Deutschland, Frankreich und Großbritannien in d...
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Seminararbeit aus dem Jahr 2000 im Fachbereich Politik - Int. Politik - Thema: Europäische Union, einseitig bedruckt, Note: 1,7, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität Greifswald (Institut für Politikwissenschaften), Veranstaltung: Seminar: Kommunalpolitik in Europa, Sprache: Deutsch, Anmerkungen: Die vorliegende Arbeit trägt den Namen 'Deutschland, Frankreich und Großbritannien in der EU- Garanten für eine stabile europäische Zukunft?' Sie geht der Frage nach, ob die Integration der europäischen Staaten für ihre Mitgliedsländer nach wie vor ein erstrebenswertes Ziel bildet. Nach einem kurzen Rückblick auf die bisherige Verlaufsgeschichte der EU und einer Vorstellung deren Institutionen wird diese Thematik, stellvertretend durch die drei nach wirtschaftlicher und politischer Macht führenden Mitglieder Deutschland, Frankreich und Großbritannien behandelt. Dabei wird durch Aufzeigen der bisher gebrachten Leistungen für die Gemeinschaft und die dahinter stehenden Interessen der Länder, sowie ihre bisherigen symbolischen und konkreten Vorteile, die Frage positiv beantwortet. Es wird außerdem deutlich, daß sich Großbritannien nach wie vor in einer gewissen Außenseiterposition bezüglich des Integrationswillens befindet. 222 KB , Abstract: Abstract The paper is headlined 'Germany, France and Great Britain in the EU- Guarantors for a stable European future?' It covers the question whether the integration of the European states still is a worthy aim to try achieving. After a short introduction of the basic history of the European Union and it¿s institutions the topic is dealt with by focussing on the economically and politically most powerful Germany, France and Great Britain as representatives for the member states. The interests in the EU and the actions taken for the community by those states will show that integration has proven to meet the needs of the country and is likely to be enhanced in the future. Great Britain builds an exception in some areas though. It becomes clear, that the isle has the biggest problems of the three in ceding powers of sovereignity to the union. Zusammenfassung Die vorliegende Arbeit trägt den Namen 'Deutschland, Frankreich und Großbritannien in der EU- Garanten für eine stabile europäische Zukunft?' Sie geht der Frage nach, ob die Integration der europäischen Staaten für ihre Mitgliedsländer nach wie vor ein erstrebenswertes Ziel bildet. Nach einem kurzen Rückblick auf die bisherige Verlaufsgeschichte der EU und einer Vorstellung deren Institutionen wird diese Thematik, stellvertretend durch die drei nach wirtschaftlicher und politischer Macht führenden Mitglieder Deutschland, Frankreich und Großbritannien behandelt. Dabei wird durch Aufzeigen der bisher gebrachten Leistungen für die Gemeinschaft und die dahinter stehenden Interessen der Länder, sowie ihre bisherigen symbolischen und konkreten Vorteile, die Frage positiv beantwortet. Es wird außerdem deutlich, daß sich Großbritannien nach wie vor in einer gewissen Außenseiterposition bezüglich des Integrationswillens befindet.

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The Special Relationship between Great Britain ...
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Intermediate Examination Paper aus dem Jahr 2003 im Fachbereich Politik - Int. Politik - Thema: Sonstiges, einseitig bedruckt, Note: 2,3 (B), Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, 30 Eintragungen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Englisch, Abstract: Winston Churchill coined the term Special Relationship in his famous speech in Fulton, Missouri in 1946. This term characterises the unparalleled close Anglo-American relations during the Second World War and in the time thereafter. The shared perception that Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union constituted major external threats to their well-being bound the societies and leaderships of Great Britain and the United States together. The looming menace ceased to exist after the break-up of the Soviet Union and the demise of Communism, and for several authors so did the raison d¿être of the Special Relationship as well. It was more however that brought these two countries together than the shared perception of a communist threat. Why is it that 'neither country has fully adjusted its mind to thinking of the members of the other society as foreigners', and that Americans still refer to Britain as the 'mother country' every now and then? Why do certain authors call Britain the 'fortified outpost of the Anglo-Saxon race' or the 'unsinkable aircraft carrier'? And is it just by chance that fictional author George Orwell calls Britain 'Airstrip One' and associates it with North America in his novel '1984'? Is it a coincidence or are these - admittedly vague - expressions signs of subtle yet overarching bonds between the two countries? This work will analyse and discuss various aspects of Anglo-American relations. The apparent cooperation in the fields of foreign and security policy will be assessed, as well as the more disguised realm of military and intelligence collaboration. Following is a chapter about two aspects that dominate our time, economy and business in the Anglo-American relationship. The last chapter attempts to illuminate the obscure field of 'private' relations between the Anglo-American nations, as well as the importance of the personal relationships between the individual Presidents and Prime Ministers. For a better understanding of Anglo-American Affairs the common backgrounds of the two countries are assessed historically, culturally and in terms of language. The question or the leitmotif on which this work is be based asks whether the concept of a Special Relationship in current Anglo-American relations is still a de facto reality or just a myth, that lingers on from the shared experience of the two World wars: Does the weary British Lion still enjoy a remarkably 'special' relationship with the almighty American Eagle?

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Drawing rings around the world - The acquisitio...
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Scholarly Paper (Advanced Seminar) aus dem Jahr 2003 im Fachbereich Anglistik - Linguistik, einseitig bedruckt, Note: 1,0 (A), Philipps-Universität Marburg (Institute for English Language Science), Veranstaltung: SE Psycholinguistics, 22 Eintragungen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Englisch, Abstract: This is the implication of the anthropic principle: a universe, that allows human existence can only be observed and conceptualised - linguistically structured, for our purpose - by human beings due to the constraints set by the internal structure of the universe. This is, any theory about the world and about the phenomena it consists of has to take into account that the available data possibly reflects only a sample of the topic to be theorised. Absolute objectivity is a myth. Theories should be regarded as points of view, in its very sense. The fictional GOLEM XIV, artificial anthropologist at the MIT of the year 2029, encounters the problem from an opposite perspective: he knows well about man and the thematic role, man holds in universe. But he is not able to communicate about his knowledge without cutting down on his actual message because natural language does not provide the concepts required. From this point of view, the study of semantic acquisition becomes a methodological one. When communicating linguistically about the world we live in and act on, how do we know that our words - those Saussurian signs with a concept on one side and an arbitrary form on another - actually cover the intended objects and ideas in their entirety? At least, the question is worth to be asked. Bloom (2001) extends the question to at least two specifications. First, when discussing Williard Quine¿s gavagai problem (describing the get-together of a linguist, a native speaker of some unexplored language, and a rabbit, at whose turn up the native utters the word gavagai), Bloom concludes that 'there is an infinity of logically possible meanings for gavagai.' (Bloom 2001:3). The utterance could refer to any component of this situation, the properties of the rabbit itself, such as its biological categorisation, its colour, texture, or acoustic appearance. Gavagai could even refer to the very spatio-temporal characteristics of the moment itself, to 'time slices of rabbits', as Bloom puts it.

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