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Furthermore, the absolute assertion that no settler will leave the island confirms that United Nations resolutions will be paid only lip service.
It is an absolute assertion that the nation has no right to compromise the fate of a prisoner or the body of a martyr, just as it has no right to compromise the fate of an inch of land or the dignity of a citizen.
This statement seems to contradict the basic theory of evolution itself, since it makes the absolute assertion that loss of genes must be an irreversible process.
14) Only this event provides the ground for the possibility of the projects of absolute assertion of liberty and absolute assertion of power.
What must be stressed, rather, is that, to the extent that the project of absolute assertion of the detached subject constitutes the essence of the modern age, God, as the ground of absolute obligation, must be and is denied.