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To argue that the here-and-now reality of fieldwork experience in anthropological writings is in lack is to presume that Schutz's ontological break exists such that the observer consciously denies the world of consociates and deliberately exerts his/her authority to textualize the experience of the other at a distance, both temporally and spatially--"within the world of contemporaries.
Even so, when a CSJ friend in 1987 asked Lieberman whether she had ever thought of becoming a consociate, she attended a retreat and other gatherings.
Nor had my consociates simply grown old in the Jimi Valley--indeed the life experience they bring to the business is diverse.
For Habermas, then, law is legitimate because it is the most abstract medium through which consociates can regulate one another's communicative freedom.
Ideally, democratic rule means that all members of a sovereign body are to be respected as bearers of human rights, and that the consociates of this sovereign freely associate with one another to establish a regime of self-governance under which each is to be considered both author of the laws and subject to them.
A]s participants in rational discourses, consociates under law must be able to examine whether a contested norm meets with, or could meet with, the agreement of all those possibly affected .
Parents, Consociates and the Social Construction of Children's Athletics.
Through studying this publication in its new edition, modern readers will learn much about Waelrant's life, not only as a composer, but also as singer, theorist, teacher, anti publisher whose consociates included not only fellow musicians but also some of the Antwerp elite, such as the patrician Cornelius Pruenen, dedicatee of the volume.
A young girl, Susan, discovers that some of the neighboring families belong to a group known as Consociates, including Louisa May Alcott's family.
There ought not be a refuge for Kennedy in a fortress that he and his consociates have already razed to the ground in theory.
On one hand, Hemingway consociates adherence to conventional masculinity with the proper orientation toward death; in many scenes throughout the book he attributes a man's stance toward death or his recognition of death as the ultimate truth to that man's masculinity and, conversely, he attributes cowardice or the search for a false security in the face of death, to a man's unmanliness.