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This time, for semilattice-ordered semigroup with diversity or apartness we give two results: First result is concerned for any semilattice-ordered semigroup with apartness.
analogy is the apartness of bird life, the 'right' to separate
If, nonetheless, Stein decides to use a personal noun in the poem, it is to suggest the arbitrariness and provisionality of conventional naming, its apartness from the variety and fluidity of experience.
We may apply to that "ghost in the machine" concept the same phrase--a politically charged one--that Spinoza uses to critique the illusion of man's apartness from the natural world, "a kingdom within a kingdom" [IIIPref].
One wonders whether in their defined apartness they are not now closer together than before.
This Jewish apartness had been a "problem" for centuries, of course.
That "heavy lifting" involved laying out the sequel's story of a monarch choosing divine apartness over human emotions.
But that naivete combined all too well with the usually implicit--but periodically explicit--teaching from the then all-male, apparently heterosexual faculty at Memorial University of Newfoundland, that the field was a liminal location of apartness, almost otherworldly, and potentially transformative.
When Israel does occupy this territory deep within the West Bank, and connects the 200-or-so settlements with each other, with a road, and then prohibits the Palestinians from using that road, or in many cases even crossing the road, this perpetrates even worse instances of apartness, or apartheid, than we witnessed even in South Africa.
Although I came here as a young student and could have easily lost my Arab accent by now, I seem to have clung tenaciously to that accent as if to emphasize apartness and to reaffirm my Arab-ness.
Disability is also an issue; failure to recognize it can generate a sense of apartness, of isolation and indifference.
the basic Russian attitude toward the peoples of the steppe was that of total apartness and hostility'.
Their late work has an intransigent quality, "an increasing sense of apartness and exile and anachronism.
Through the performed apartness of the circus traveler, spectators in modern, fragmented society experientially conjure up a totality they have lost.
In her exhibition of black and white prints at the North Light Gallery, Armitage Bridge, she says she wants to share with the viewer "the haunting atmosphere, a sense of otherness or apartness.