Further, rather than cast off extant political structures and institutions, it attempts their transformation through active, conflictive
It also subjects him to Machiavellian misreadings, because the originary division actually empties the objects and instrumental rationalities of political movements in order to generalize them as forces that generate the self-perpetuation of conflictive
More differences are shown in Figure 4: each occupant can input individual schedule, with customized task-specified scenes; In case of conflictive
requirements, occupants can discuss solutions via the social network; Facility manager can review occupants' preferences and energy consumption in facility manager's portal.
The ORAS-R Dominative-Integrative and Reactive subscales were negatively correlated with the Symbolic Racism 2000 Scale subscale scores while the Conflictive
subscale was positively correlated (Leach, personal communication, March 19, 2007).
After looking at the history of Congolese migration to Belgium, she looks at the denial of Belgium's colonial past and the conflictive
relationship with Congolese diaspora in Belgium today.
The Spanish experts explained: "As society establishes certain rules on the composition of men-women relations, it also establishes some rules on how both are expected to act in certain conflictive
Experts at the University of Granada said: "As society establishes certain rules on men-women relations, it also establishes some rules on how both are expected to act in certain conflictive
Social groups and sectors place their hope in accumulation of knowledge which allows giving solutions to problems of a conflictive
Pieper's early mentor was Romano Guardini; the question appears to remain open to what extent Pieper adopted Guardini's theory of Gegensiitze, that is, the notion that human life and thought develop in the creative, even conflictive
, interacting of opposites.
Napoleon's capture of Spanish King Ferdinand VII in 1808 and the French control of most of Spain led many throughout Spain and Spanish America to a conflictive
sense of social dislocation.
Chesterton claims in the initial quotation, the problem of conflictive
desire and human greed remains unsolved by science.
Washington, Mar 18 (ANI): Children who are aggressive in nature usually come from conflictive
families, a leading psychologist has reaffirmed.
But the statement, signed by 10 bishops, painted a grim picture of the current situation in the conflictive
At the IDB we do not share that polarized and conflictive
view of water,' he added.
It also said that the police report was conflictive