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Language games in the Kosovo war
Mika Aaltola

resemblances’ ( Familienähnlichkeiten ) to illustrate the often elusive and indeterminate character of language. 12 This elusiveness is due to the variance and indeterminacy which, together with family resemblances, comprise the kaleidoscopic character of everyday experience. This kaleidoscopic character of reality lacks a stable and consistent set of features that would once and for all define any language

in Mapping European security after Kosovo
Iver B. Neumann

human rights, that is, the rights of the constituent members of humanity). This constituted a breach with an epochal tradition. In seventeenth-century Europe, the framework of spiritual life – Protestant or Catholic – was central when defining military goals. In the eighteenth century wars evolved around disputes over inheritance and land, whereas the Napoleonic Wars added the type of

in Mapping European security after Kosovo