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Platonic gods, however, do not lack any goods; consequently, they do not undergo the restitutive processes of gaining these goods, and do not experience pleasure.
In fact, it is precisely through undergoing certain pleasant restitutive processes that we come to approximate the divine state.
Not only are defensive and restitutive uses of force the only ones that can be justified, but even they are subject to a proportionality requirement.
Typically, the restitutive variety occurs in discourses describing a sequence of two inverse changes-of-state (or a series of mutually complementary states) involving one and the same participant(s) x, as illustrated in (3): the tasteless thing getting into and out of the mouth (i.
The restitutive variety has no general competitor in any of the three languages.
It is not inconceivable that such conscious regulation would have beneficial ecological consequences in terms of the development of a practical, restitutive relationship between humans and their environment.
Behind these, in the absence of alienated relations, lies the potential of a rationally regulated, restitutive process of co-production involving humans and nature.
The compulsive - even obsessive - consumption of detective novels as a displaced and introjected revisiting of this state constantly invokes it, as the much-vaunted restitutive quality of detective fiction is undone by its simultaneous promise of it, and failure to deliver it.
Garnishment to make the public employer whole is restitutive, not punitive.
This is precisely why we get a repetitive (7E) instead of a restitutive (7e) interpretation for stressed wieder (see Klein 2001) and why a stress on noch, (7C), seems to indicate that "the alternative value can simply be another quantity or instance of the same kind" (Konig 1991: 153).
Similarly, in the so-called restitutive readings of again sentences, again pertains only to that part of the meaning of a change-of-state predicate that specifies the aftermath of the change of state.