immateriality


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This essay aims to address these challenges by reconstructing the ontological reasons Aquinas could have offered to demonstrate the compatibility of immateriality and individuality of thinking in his controversy with the Averroists.
This approach embraced subjectivity rather than objective standards, senses and conceptualization as a process from materiality to immateriality in architectural education.
Liveness, immateriality, the common good: the apparent liberation of information from material constraints is celebrated in the positive new models being invoked, from the benevolence of the gift economy to the creativity of maker culture, the collaboration of crowdsourcing, and the generosity of open-access scholarship.
It is because technologies are constantly finding new ways to construct illusions of immateriality that a material culture perspective becomes ever more important.
If we want people to progress we need to give them a spiritual and edifying sense, an outlet to use the immateriality of music to help them structure their lives," Golter said.
While reality has always been about physical necessity, tangible barriers and restrictions, virtuality brings the potential for greater freedom, immateriality and unlimited possibilities.
Occasionally, though, one wishes for a somewhat stronger reconstructive take on the material, for we speed through a series of topics--the mutual entailment of immateriality and intellectuality, Sadra's criticism of earlier theories of knowledge, the relation of perception to intellection, Sadra's take on the notion of active intellect, the unification argument, self-knowledge, and God's knowledge--at such a pace that the reader will face a considerable task in forming an overall picture of Sadrian epistemology.
Here are pure, simple substances that express (in part) an urge to immateriality.
Lawrence's work does partake of the generic contrast between a Victorian materiality and a vital modern immateriality to some extent (the very terms of Woolf's Bennett essay), but while the other family chronicles make much of architecture as a profession and houses as a metaphor, there is little of that in the Brangwensaga.
As Pedro Gadanhohas suggested to me, architecture fiction is a necessary corrective to the accelerating immateriality and fictional nature of architecture itself (personal email .
Plantinga seems to hinge the purported immateriality of beliefs on the purported immateriality of their contents, and the purported immateriality of their content on the purported immateriality of belief.