relationship between persons

See: degree, kinship
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In recent decades, however, a number of scholars have objected to the description of property as a bundle of rights and to the idea that property is characterized by the relationship between persons with no regard to the things owned (e.
A longitudinal study would be considered best to understand the change of relationship between persons higher in rejection sensitivity and their closed ones after self-claimed rejection.
Esposito presents students, academics, researchers, and general interest readers with a comprehensive political economistAEs investigation of the relationship between persons and things, arguing from a body-first perspective that allows the viewer to reconsider the status of both.
He wrote that "the net result of these thirty-five years of conversation and actions around homosexuality is that the PC(USA) now has no stance in our polity regarding the sinfulness or faithfulness of sexual relationship between persons of the same gender.
In other words, the private property right is a relationship between persons in respect of the allocation, control and use of goods and resources.
In "All Happy Families," Sanchez noted that "the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act [DOMA] stipulates that 'the United States Constitution shall not be construed to require any state or territory to give effect to any public act, record, or judicial proceeding respecting a relationship between persons of the same sex that is treated as a marriage under the laws of another state or territory.
Such questions in turn trigger consideration of deep philosophical problems, such as the nature of suffering (Gary Culpepper, 80-82), the relationship between persons and natures, especially in the context of mysteries such as Christ's agony in the garden (Paul Gondreau, 214-45), and his cry of dereliction (Bruce D.
But of course partnership, at its most basic level, is a relationship between persons, and we as people are dynamic, wonderful, unpredictable.
The dynamic relationship between persons, environments, and occupation is well known to occupational therapists (Law, Cooper, Strong, Stewart, Rigby, & Letts, 1996), as is the fact that "Changes in any of these areas will influence a person's performance in, and satisfaction with, their occupations" (Law, Polatajko, Baptiste, & Townsend, 2002, p.
Of outstanding interest is chapter 4 where the author discusses the relationship between persons, spaces, and images and suggests a pattern of movement from an outer realm marked by disease and death to an interior realm that promised a remedy for body and soul.
These articles provide a comprehensive review of the field of material culture, which studies the relationship between persons and things in the past and present in societies across the globe.