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Intellectualization Patient attempts to A patient without a control affect and medical background emotions about an might extensively review experience by all of the literature on thinking about cardiac-bypass procedures them instead of before having surgery.
(21) Some African-Americans physically went back to Africa and some African American intellectually went back to Africa with their positive writings about African antiquity and such intellectualization should be interpreted as a movement to change futurity.
(2) See Zamakhshari Dhofier, "The Intellectualization of Islamic Studies in Indonesia," Indonesia Circle 58 (June, 1992): 19-30
The readers who will find it most effective are those who care about both art and playfulness, but are deeply enmeshed in professional situations marked by intellectualization, abstraction, and the need for justification, where they find it difficult to simply make art or play.
* In personal communication, real-time connection constantly keeps work circles, families and friends linked involving a constant awareness of the state of the other, reducing unnecessary intellectualization and increasing concern.
Season highlights include: Fort Myers Art Walk, the first Friday of every month; Fort Myers Music Walk, the third Saturday of every month; Intellectualization Mondays, part of the Fort Myers Film Festival.
(7) For him, the point of convergence for the three is "a shift from the creedal identity of Christianity with its intellectualization, to a greater experiential focus and an urge to transform Christianity into a praxis--a praxis of the Kingdom of God." All three movements are characterized by three key terms: praxis, experience and encounter.
The successful decision of these tasks requires development of methods, algorithms and tools of intellectualization for processing the data of various nature (Djumanov, 2008, 2011).
The further intellectualization of the Jewish religious tradition is reflected in the initial philosophical discussions of the medieval period (the shortest chapter in the book), in which "intolerance toward non-Jews has therefore been replaced by intolerance toward those who have not achieved intellectual perfection" (121).
Justice Al- Gheriany extremely appreciated the teaching methodologies being used in the training and for intellectualization of the Judges at the Academy, the aims and objectives, mission and vision of the Academy, the collection of books and research journals at the FJA Library, among others.
I think Kurds in south Kurdistan now need the intellectualization of the language, to make the language academic; it is possible.
Laboratory of Micro Molding and Polymer Rheology, Center for Polymer Processing Equipment and Intellectualization, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou 510640, People's Republic of China