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Kuhn believes that Mead and Powell are test cases for whether we can adapt to climate change, and what the realities are of doing that.The Drought in the West Is Bad and It’s Gonna Get Worse|Heather Hansman|June 16, 2021|Outside Online
The only thing that was universal, Mead said, was the independent existence of sexual roles and of differences in individual personalities, or what she called temperament.
All this was easiest to see, Mead said, when it came to women and men.
Our society makes a heavy investment in sex differences, Mead wrote.
In the years after Sex and Temperament was published, Mead would marry for a third time.
Benjamin Lytal sees where his nose leads him while reading two new books (from Rebecca Mead and W. G. Sebald) about books.
Foucault and Freud (and maybe Margaret Mead) should both be consulted on the complex sexual dynamics at play here.
Yes, as Mead points out (in a later paragraph I did not quote), things don't look good in Mali.
Better, Faster, StrongerRebecca Mead, The New Yorker Every generation gets the self-help guru it deserves.
Walter Russell Mead on why saving Afghanistan means cutting nasty deals with shady people.
Edwin D. Mead is also one of the great pioneers in America's earnest effort that has worked incessantly for international peace.Ways of War and Peace|Delia Austrian
Inspiration was derived by drinking blood as well as by drinking intoxicating liquors--the mead of the gods.Myths of Babylonia and Assyria|Donald A. Mackenzie
Sometimes they went out to Valley Mead together for week-ends.Quin|Alice Hegan Rice
"Your Majesty," said Mr. Mead, sweeping an Oriental reverence.The Napoleon of Notting Hill|Gilbert K. Chesterton
Lovely Mead, surprised, looked at Stover in perplexity and remained silent.The Varmint|Owen Johnson