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Taking cues from the writings of sixteenth-century astronomer, mathematician, and occultist John Dee, three participants sought to reinterpret Dee's "dignification" process for contacting supercelestial beings.
conceptualisation (and dignification) of human suffering was brought
For example, while the Law to Prevent, Sanction, and Eradicate Violence within the Family and the Law for the Dignification and Integral Promotion of Women firmly denounce violence against women as well as discrimination and inequality on the basis of gender, they define women only as part of a heterosexual family.
For example, he distinguishes between (1) subject parturition, in which subspecialties are spawned from more inclusive subjects; (2) program affiliation, in which new academic programs are created to accommodate training in the "learned" professions (law, medicine, divinity), and (3) subject dignification, in which previously marginalized subjects or new subjects gain currency in traditional academic settings.
Now Ruffin Beckwith (can I call him Ruf I wonder?) has sent me a subjective shortlist of 19 already fairly famous golf persons from whom four will reach sublime dignification depending on where I and the other 409 voters shove their ticks and I'm not hav ing Peter Alliss, for a start, because he's too affectedly casual and he couldn't putt.
It has been a beautiful service of veneration for the martyrs and a dignification of the victims that were the targets of the plans for destruction and death.
The then young political scientist Ali Mazrui in his 1967 book Towards a Pax Africana labelled this sentiment as a study in ambition, and indeed thought that the notion of "We are all Africans" was worthy of the dignification as a concept.
"Towards the Dignification of the Vulgar Tongues: Humanistic Translations into Italian and Spanish in the Renaissance." Canadian Review of Comparative Literature 8.2 (Spring 1981): 256-271.
Furthermore, it produces the acknowledgment of literary events as objects of political concern, the dignification of the antithesis between fathers and sons and the possibility of discussing this; the presentation of national faults in a manner that is especially painful, to be sure, but also liberating and deserving of forgiveness; and the beginning of a lively and therefore self-respecting book trade and the eagerness for books.
The concepts everyday-world and life-world, as they emerged from the philosophical debates of the early twentieth century, especially during the 1920s, were semantically similar to what Bergson had circumscribed as an intermediate sphere of reality; at the same time, they somehow connoted the concern to see social realities as "facts." As we will see, however, this additional concern no longer had to do with Durkheim's striving for the dignification of sociology as an academic discipline.
Already in June will come a team of the Combatants League, to begin the survey and organize a plan, and over the next few years we will do this work of dignification of the cemeteries explained.