Another study by Folger, Kaitz, Knudsen & McHenry (2003) analysed MBTI personality types in college students and determined only one unrepresented dichotomy
in gifted students.
In the previous example, a woman can find this dichotomy
works against her career advantage if it represents 'how it is' or how things can 'reasonably' be expected to work.
But for that very reason this short book serves as a valuable introduction to the sorts of considerations that have been moving a growing number of thinkers to reject the fact/value dichotomy
The other articles in the volume deal with the false dichotomy
between Judaism and Hellenism in terms of particular interpretive issues in Paul's Corinthian correspondence.
is likely to continue at least through the first half of 2002.
It has faltered in Swansea and, as a result, the city does not enjoy the cultural dichotomy
of other parts of Wales.
The former and the latter were distinct entities, a virtual dichotomy
Hugh Steadman Williams, playwright and one of a band of artists currently working within the ranks of Moral Re-Armament, tries to resolve this dichotomy
in his brilliant Theology of encouragement for the artist.
There has been much talk lately about the dichotomy
of the stock market, the Old Economy vs.
Ultimately, the dichotomy
of order and disorder becomes transformed into Castillo's dichotomy
of rationality and madness.
Business schools have taught the importance of planning for years, but recent research points out a dichotomy
between what these schools preach and what they and their communicators practice.
Nothing in this rigid win-loss dichotomy
permits the notion that everyone could end up a beneficiary, that expansion rather than substitution might be possible, and that the favoring of multiple cultures is enhancement of the total rather than a sweepingly reflexive act of favoritism for anything other than the monolithic purity of an all-white nation.