hospitableness


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Against all fundamentalist odds and in contradistinction to the appropriation of family values by a conservative right-wing agenda, I would, nevertheless, suggest that a spirit of change lies not with the fraternal bonding over an absolute hospitableness of the femaled body but with the "ends" of Woman--the constitution of a reparative body capable of assembling humanity by an embrace with an historical and contemporary otherness-within.
Questions of the hospitableness of language are also largely left unconsidered, except by Alain Milon writing on Artaud.
State and local governments have a number of tools that help determine the hospitableness of the business climate.