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This "language of evanescence," it should be noted, is clearly provisional, transitional, transmutable; it is not something separate from the world, but part of it, inextricably intertwined with the organic phenomena of a living and dying world.
Nature is dense, transmutable or shapeable by industry or art; it can involve the modern world and not be separated from it.
Family, school, army, and factory are no longer so many analogous but different sites converging in an owner, whether the state or some private owner, but transmutable or transformable coded configurations of a single business where the only people left are administrators....
Another example of technology forcing the convergence of legal concepts is attributable to the transmutable nature of computer data.
(41) It is therefore plausible to conceive that, for Newton, the limits of transmutability "would be set by the existence of material properties which were not transmutable." (42) Absolute space and time constituted a universal reference frame.
In her Walter Benjamin-inspired book Cinema: Blue Flower in the Land of Technology, Kim makes tremendous strides in charting the complex spatial coordinates of a city rendered historically transmutable, anomalous, and multi-dimensional during the reign of late capitalism.
that politics is politics, that partisanship isn't transmutable, that
(8) A dispositif is relentlessly transmutable and, crucially, 'has as its major function at a given historical moment that of responding to an urgent need.' It therefore has a 'dominant strategic function'.
The Success for Boys program is premised on the assumption that gender gaps are transmutable. Australia, as indicative of other countries, can do more to improve its situation, even when dealing with blunt measures like average differences between groups.
70), self is shown to be an elusive entity, eternally transmutable and subject to change.
They both held that living things were not (in spite of what the Bible said) independently created but are mutable or transmutable and evolve from one form to another by a process of what came to be called "descent by modification." However, Lamarck's views contained two principles that Darwin rejected (and most modern biologists today reject).