The relevant question is whether this is the proper point of theorization or whether one should theorize
between cases to establish an analogy between them.
' that we would learn and understand much more about ourselves-in-our-worlds, and much more about others-in-their-worlds, and consequently get along much better with each other than we have been doing over the centuries.
Mothers who have limited resources and also regard a child as extremely difficult to raise or unlikely to produce grandchildren--because of factors such as illness--are most likely to resort to adoption, child abuse, and even child killing, George theorizes
that when Matthew's head hit the windshield, he damaged or severed some of his olfactory neurons, millions of tassel-like nerve cells in the nasal cavity that--when funtioning--can detect some 10,000 odors (and nearly as many flavors).
In these cases, a genetic mutation may foster the development early in life of an unusually direct connection between auditory and visual brain regions, theorize
neuroscientist Jeffrey A.
Infants opted for this simpler technique when they figured that the adult had a good reason--holding the blanket--for not using her hands on the box, the researchers theorize
Having a nose for smells may confer reproduction-related benefits, such as helping women forge close relationships with children and mates and the ability to detect poisons in food while pregnant, the researchers theorize
It's likely that this version of the DRD4 gene, which occurs in a sizable minority of people worldwide, resulted from one or more unusual mutations of the common form and then increased in frequency as the Stone Age wound down, around 40,000 years ago, Ding and his coworkers theorize
In this book, Putnam theorizes
that people today have less access to social capital, "the connections among individuals -- social networks and the norms of reciprocity and trustworthiness that arise from them." This creates a disconnect that is a serious threat to society because communities with less social capital have more social problems such as teenage pregnancy, higher suicide rates, and more crime.
Discharge to a long term care facility may account for some patients not receiving the medication they need, theorizes
The team theorizes
that the fields induce nanometer-scale paraffin particles to bunch in larger specks.
In her final instant of consciousness, Mike theorizes
, Jennifer "must have felt it--the eighty-billion-year heartbeat" (115).
Given this species' million-year run of success, Lovejoy theorizes
, its males probably obtained food consistently by forming working alliances, mainly among dose relatives.
His book powerfully theorizes
the limitations of such an integrative model of the social as the body politic.
It's one of the paradoxes, I think, Derrida theorizes
for us: How do you put the local back into thinking about the general?