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"Responded to" versus "disputed"
Regarding your edit here  is it more accurate to say that you "responded to" my edit or that you "undid" it? "Disputed" tells the reader in no uncertain terms that Sommers argued against the review. "Responded to" could mean she adopted any number of positions, disputing some of it, agreeing with some of it, apologizing for mistakes, saying that the reviewer misconstrued certain points, etc. Moreover "disputed" takes up four less spaces of copy. Motsebboh (talk) 00:17, 3 July 2016 (UTC)
- I do not agree with you. Context makes the point of Sommers' response clear; there is no ambiguity. Furthermore, you should be discussing this at Talk:Christina Hoff Sommers, not here on my personal talk page. FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 00:19, 3 July 2016 (UTC)
Gilles Deleuze appreciation
Searching for "The Murder Game" by Sidney Salkow
I think I am a film enthusiast (this can be called so).
I have searched the Film "The Murder Game (1965) all around the world, wrote to studio(s) developers etc. But no chance until now ...
I am in Austria and if it is possible to fullfill this search for years it would be what Platon would call to "sense the idea" or also what Foucault could call my search an dispostive of my discourse. Translated from German this sounds strange :-)
Do you have this film?
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