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All the doctrines based on the ideological totalisation suppose the idea of the existence of the Other, as a yardstick for structuring the identity and the principles of the inner group.
A reading based on the principles in Angus Fletcher's book, Allegory: the theory of a symbolic mode (1964), would certainly not presume to strive towards totalisation or "positing the anagogical sense of the text as yet another sense to be found within the text" (Ullen, 2001:187; his emphasis).
For individuals, there are many tax planning opportunities for international workers coming here and a large network of totalisation treaties to avoid payments in multiple social security systems.
La culture rock se distingue egalement de la totalisation de la culture monostylistique, pretendant a un schema interpretatif universel et exhaustif, en ce qu'on n'y retrouve pas d'unite sensible.
Il caracterise la demarche historienne de Ryerson par la valorisation de la totalisation, de la conceptualisation et de la primaute du present dans le rapport passe-present.
Successive chapters - "Le principe de negation," "La totalisation," "La signification poetique," "Neutralisation et de-neutralisation," "Le texte," and "Le monde" - explore an alternative approach in which poetry's communication of a unique world view (a totalized, unlimited, but esthetically framed "patheme") is seen, ultimately, as the access to a similarly structured sacred, a "tout impensable" that cannot be directly imagined.
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Issues such as totalisation agreement and problems related to issuance of US visas to Indian professionals may figure in the meeting," an official said.
The product provides accurate flow rate and totalisation readings for applications including gas, water, chemicals, and air with temperature limitations.
Koori shame, however, is not signal of the totalisation of the dominant order, for in excluding Aborigines from mainstream life, it serves more than one master.
Being the residue, what is left over, nomadism resists symbolic totalisation.