STEME

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STEMEScience, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education
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(21.) On the digressive tradition involving Steme, Schlegel, and De Quincey, see Black, "Confession, Digression, Gravitation." On De Quincey's reading of Steme, see Works 3:22-24; 7:127; 11:63; 18:26.
Mario Fubini, attento interprete e meticoloso editore, ricostruisce l'iter della traduzione foscoliana del Sentimental Journey di Laurence Steme presentandola quale "documento di un metodo di lavoro" e sviluppando una rigorosa indagine incentrata nel confronto tra il testo a stampa del 1813, e un esemplare 1813 postillato dal poeta.
Steme is coined on the verb histasthai, "to stand," "to impose oneself." Epi-steme means epi-histasthai, that is, to stand "upon" (epi), to impose oneself on every becoming, "on" every time and "on" every event.
Steme, 2003, "Does Monetary Policy Transparency Reduce Disinflation Costs?" The Manchester School, 71(5), 521-541.
Dans la penombre de ce lieu de meditation, il nous presente ses deux compagnons de voyage : le Sentimental Journey de Lawrence Steme et l'Histoire Naturelle de Buffon.
Fry, Maxwell, Deanne Julius, Lavan Mahadeva, Sandra Roger and Gabriel Sterne (2000), Key Issues in the Choice of a Monetary Policy Framework, in Lavan Mahadeva and Gabriel Steme, Monetary Policy Frameworks in a Global Context, Routledge, London.