There are many such justifications in the literature of the day (Stone 1974, p. 46). Social inequality Toward the end of the nineteenth century, a new problem appeared for white Australia; how to treat children of mixed race. From the perspective of Social Darwinism, full-blooded Aborigines were dismissed as destined for extinction and isolated to ‘stations’, but it was feared that those of mixed race ‘would breed up to become a social menace’ (Beresford & Omaji, p. 34). The Roth Royal Commission (Western Australia, 1905) also reflected this fear. If [they] are left to their own devices under the present state of the law, their future will be one of vagabondism and harlotry … and [they] will spend their lives in gaol or as prostitutes.
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University of Wollongong Thesis Collections University of Wollongong Thesis Collection University of Wollongong Year Heidegger and the mystery of being Marion Reddan University of Wollongong Reddan, Marion, Heidegger and the mystery of being, PhD thesis, School of English Literatures, Philosophy and Language, University of Wollongong, 2009. http://ro.uow.edu.au/theses/825 This paper is posted at Research Online. http://ro.uow.edu.au/theses/825 HEIDEGGER AND THE MYSTERY OF BEING A thesis submitted in fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY from UNIVERSITY OF WOLLONGONG by Marion Reddan MA School of English Literatures, Philosophy and Language 2009 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Certification vi Acknowledgements vii Abbreviations viii Abstract xi Introduction 1 CHAPTER ONE: HEIDEGGER AND PLATO 15 1.1 Metaphysics and the Presocratics 16 1.2 Plato and the cosmos 20 1.3 The first discourse 21 1.4 The creation of time 24 1.5 The second discourse 26 1.6 The third discourse 32 1.7 “Timaeus” and being 33 CHAPTER TWO: THE ORIGINS OF METAPHYSICS 41 2.1 The rise of metaphysics 41 2.2 Ontotheology and the ontological difference 46 2.3 Experiencing the nothing 48 CHAPTER THREE: EXPLORING THE EXPERIENTIAL 56 3.1 The medievals and religious experience 57 3.2 Being and the transcendental 58 3.3 Phenomenology and life 60 ii 3.4 Human experience in the world 62 3.5 The care structure 67 3.6 Temporality 69 3.7 Death 72 3.8 Beyond Being and Time 73 CHAPTER FOUR: THE PROBLEM OF THE BODY 77 4.1 Heidegger’s conception of the body 77 4.2 Conflicting interpretations of Heidegger’s position 81 4.3 Critical evaluations of Heidegger
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Advances in Language and Literary Studies Vol. 4 No. 1; January 2013 Copyright © Australian International Academic Centre, Australia Critical Discourse Analysis of Martin Luther King’s Speech in Socio-Political Perspective Muhammad Aslam Sipra Assistant Professor, Department of GRC (English), JCC, King Abdulaziz University, PO Box 80283, Jeddah 21589 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia E-mail: email@example.com Athar Rashid Assistant Professor, Faculty of English Language, Literature & Applied Linguistics, National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Doi:10.7575/aiac.alls.v.4n.1p.27 URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.7575/aiac.alls.v.4n.1p.27 Received: 01/12/2012 Accepted: 04/01/2013 Abstract The article presents the Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) of the first part of King Martin Luther’s speech “When I Have a Dream” in socio-political context. The study investigates how it lies on the basis of application of Fairclough version of CDA in the first part of the text. Moreover, it explicates the terms like social, cultural and political inequalities in the light of text and framework.