Saturday, November 23, 2019

Story image for royal wedding from The Guardian

Queen scolded police for eating royal wedding nuts, phone ...

The Guardian-Dec. 12, 2013
The Queen was concerned that police were eating all the nibbles left out for guests ahead of the wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles, it has ...
Royal Protection Officers Ate The Queens Nuts, And She's ...
Business Insider Australia-Dec. 12, 2013
Story image for royal wedding from

Royal Wedding composer writes lullaby for Duke and ... 6, 2013
Paul Mealor, who also wrote the number one Military Wives choir song Wherever You Are, said it “seemed natural” to mark the “next stage of the royal couple's ...
Story image for royal wedding from Pew Research Center

Royal baby news? Most Americans don't follow the British ...

Pew Research Center-Jul. 11, 2013
The young royal couple has drawn only modest public interest. Their highly anticipated wedding in April 2011, which reportedly attracted a worldwide audience ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

In addition,
there are epistemological images whose outlines,
location and functioning can be restored in the whole
their positivity by means of archaeological analysis, and they
can submit two different types of organization; one
discover the properties of objectivity and consistency,
which identify them as science, others do not meet these
criteria, and therefore form their internal coherence and their relation
its objects are defined only by their positivity. Such
phenomena may not possess the formal criteria of scientific
knowledge, but nevertheless belong to the field of positive
knowledge. So, it would be unfair and useless
to analyze them as phenomena of opinion, or to oppose them with
the point of view of history or of criticism proper scientific entities;
and even that is pointless -- to see them as connection, mixing in
various proportions of the "rational elements" with the irrational.
They should return to the level of positivity that makes them
possible with the need to determine their shape. Tasks
archaeology in relation to them is twofold: it must, first,
determine the method of their arrangement in the episteme, where they are rooted,
and secondly, to show what their configuration is fundamentally
differs from the configuration of the Sciences in the strict sense of the word. This special,
inherent configuration should not be seen as something
negative-as a result of interference or internal fault,
leave them outside strictly scientific forms. They are in your
private form form other special configuration knowledge
near the Sciences and on the same archaeological ground.