Friday, 6 April The Power of Interpretations Probably the most celebrated mathematics of recent years seems a long time ago now, but it really isn't is probably Andrew Wiles proof of Fermat's Last Theorem. In fact, it seems likely that anyone will be able to say something similar to this until such time as the Riemann Hypothesis is proved. What people forget is that Wiles' proof was not actually directly of Fermat's Last Theorem.
It punishes Germany by forcing it to pay for reconstruction and reparations to the allies, who won WW1. Debts soon mount, creating hyperinflation and economic ruin. Through his Point Planwhich is anti-foreigner and anti-Semitiche is manipulatively trying to appeal to socialists by including several tempting measures that promise to redistribute income, introduce profit-sharing in large industries, nationalize trusts, provide free education and increase old-age pensions.
Thousands now come to hear his emotional and captivating speeches, and his Point Plan is especially exciting, since it forcefully refuses to accept the terms of the Versailles Treaty and calls for the reunification of all Germans. To further emphasize Aryan descendance, he also adopts the year-old symbol of good luck, the swastika.
After all, the Nazis are only a marginal phenomenon consisting of violent street thugs. The fact that Hitler subsequently only got a five-year jail sentence raises suspicion of Nazi-sympathizers within the high court considering that he was found guilty of high treason.
Though the coup fails, Hitler impressively turns his consequent trial into a grandstand for his ideas, becoming even more well-known across Germany.
His stirring philosophy, that Germans are a superior Aryan race that needs to protect itself from external threats, is increasingly resonating with many readers who were craving a strong leader. Stock Market Crash together with the growing popularity of the Nazis cause more German capitalists to take notice of them.
German industry and finance leaders now fear a workers revolution in the country, and are willing to align with the Nazis, who talk of smashing the labor movement and their threat of unionized workers.
As unemployment and poverty skyrocket, Nazis promised industry leaders a defense against unions so that the economy can keep on moving forward. Germans spend hours in soup kitchen lines losing all hope in the capitalist system, the Nazi party offers a sympathetic platform, making sense of the madness by pointing out that the Jews, Marxists and parliamentary system are responsible for bringing a great nation to its knees.
They also exert visible street presence, organizing demonstrations and engaging in physical confrontations with the Nazis. The end results are a sign that Germany can stand up to the Nazi wave.
They appeal to employers who fear the labor movement, they promise business owners to squash any workers revolt. The Nazi party also takes under its wing the impatient youth and the unemployed, promising to rectify their desperate situations. They are proven wrong when, on his first day as chancellor, Hitler manipulates Hindenburg into dissolving the German parliament Reichstag and calling for the new elections for March 5th.
His intent is now clear: Unfortunately, a lone, misguided Communist sets fire to the Reichstagplaying right into the hands of Hitler.
Sworn in as the rightful chancellor, Hitler succeeds in wielding his power for the good of nation-building. The very next month, with elections looming, the Reichstag burns, proof of evidence of mass Communist intent. Hitler needs to protect the country with a strong, steady hand.
He ends civil liberties and limits political parties in Germany. To protect his party and the parliament, Nazi repression of and brutal attacks on the Communist party follow. Unfortunately, these figures are meaningless, as the Communists are banned from parliament, with most deputies either bravely resisting underground or sadly arrested by the Nazis.
Proving that his anti-Communist rhetoric is justified after the Communist arson attack takes place at the Reichstag, Hitler stabilizes a country in chaos by passing his important Enabling Act. Many members courageously remain in Germany to resist in underground groups. Many people who disagree with the Nazi party have no choice but to leave Germany.
Fear and uncertainty are left for those who non-Nazi supporters who remain. Open support for Hitler comes from every direction. Industrialists, bureaucrats, and even literary and intellectual figures join in on the pervasive energy and optimism that fills the air at constant Nazi rallies, parades, marches in support of the Hitler and his Nazi party.PM says different interpretations of Islam at fault for global conflicts.
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Jack Ma on Management: Why a 'Fool' Needs to Lead Smart People. Bloomberg. Different Types of Power. Power has been an important aspect of human civilization since time immemorial. Power might be physical, political or social. In the context of business as well, power dynamics tend to influence decisions and people transactions heavily.
So defining power can be difficult as it is understood and interpreted in several. Figure 1. Christensen and Ulwick promote two completely different interpretations of Jobs to be Done. This creates confusion. On the benefit side, powerful concepts like “progress” are disseminating throughout design and innovation communities.
Federalism is a type of government in which the power is divided between the national government and other governmental units.
It contrasts with a unitary government, in which a central authority holds the power, and a confederation, in which states, for example, are clearly dominant. In my upcoming book (provisionally titled "Representations in Mathematics") I talk about different interpretations of some fundamental mathematical concepts, and how we can use representations to highlight and unite the underlying structures behind them.
We have contacted numerous OSHA compliance officers and area officers and received different interpretations.
These interpretations have ranged from working a minimum of 10 feet from the energized lines to being able to work next to the energized lines.