The most pernicious cancer on Shakespeare scholarship--probably the most extensive pseudoscholarly endeavor ever undertaken--is that of conspiracy-minded theorizers
who for a century and a half have argued among themselves about who actually wrote the plays, who kept it a secret, and why.
Second, how can the planning of lessons cater for other types of learning styles, notably that of Theorizers
"Hopkins was a great theorizer
," Hilary Fraser observes.
Tina was suspected of being an accomplice in setting him up for the Left--or for the Right, depending on the theorizer
. Albers speculates on this scandal:
Appropriately, Kroetsch himself exhibits something of this disjunction: he is a prolific theorizer
who offers considerable commentary on Kroetsch the writer, even as Kroetsch the writer is himself a ruptured sayer/doer.
We can ignore the results of the failed theorizer
, and want to compare the believability of a hypothesis generated by a successful theorizer
with that of the same hypothesis when it is generated by a looker.
The notions of "perfective" or "punctual" or "past" literally make no sense without "imperfective" or "durative" or--revealingly--"non-past." One theorizer
says the original verb was the imperative.
Probably the greatest materialist theorizer
of the 18th century was the German philosopher Paul Heinrich Dietrich d'Holbach (1723 - 89), whose major work, Systeme de la nature (1770), argued that all reality is nature and that nature is determined by matter -- earth, fire, air, water -- in motion.
Stories about what happened very, very long ago and far away are bound to reflect more about the mind of the theorizer
than about anything else.
TNG: And now you're a teacher, practitioner, and theorizer
of - how do you describe it exactly?
There are different divisions between constructivists theorizers
. One sphere along which constructivists are divided is between the adherents of positivism and post-positivism.
Nevertheless, we are plagued by theorizers
lacking all practical experience.
(13) However, the infinite could also give rise to very daunting implications for its theorizers
. Prominent seventeenth- and eighteenth-century men of science--Galileo Galilei, Blaise Pascal, Bernard Le Bovier de Fontenelle, and William Derham, among others--give expression to one of the chief problems accompanying a paradigm shift in which infinity becomes established as a constitutive feature of new scientific worldviews: the infinite characteristics newly ascribed to space, time, and other categories of experimental science brought with them a strong possibility for great ontological variance in the universe, thereby presenting a challenge to prevailing arguments that all matter partakes of a universal and mathematically cogent design.
like Epel and Bandura (1999), Carver and Scheire (1998) work on Self-regulation, proposed that individuals can be varying in different aspects related to cognition and motivation which in terms enhancing behavior toward the attainments of certain goals.
Patricia Hill Collins, a professor of sociology at the University of Maryland, is often touted as one of the first theorizers
of Black feminism.