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For subsets X and Y of A we say that set X is set-set apartness from Y, and it is denoted by X[?
Instead, his pathology--which is to say his mental apartness, imbalance, or singularity--is portrayed as elevating, unique, exalted, even as it destroys.
The 'apartness' of the subject is intensified in the return of the gaze; apartness is felt in the moment of exposure to others, an exposure that is wounding.
L'impossible" is left untouched, "intact"--whether it corresponds to a reunion with lost others, to a return to places long since left, to forgotten moments of the past, to the ultimately untranslatable language of visuality, or indeed to the foreign yet primordial idiome that might bear and sustain their otherness and apartness.
Now, as then, he must have felt the same apartness, the same desperation.
This apartness helps you see things not only creatively, but also humorously--and Jews are disproportionately represented in humor.
Each tribe has a name and a territory, settles its own affairs, goes to war with the others, has a distinct language or at least a distinct dialect, and a variety of symbolic ways of demonstrating its apartness from others.
Of course, this spatial apartness accomplishes the fundamental colonial project of erecting artificial boundaries between colonial over-lordship and its subjugated others, executing a social stratification and cultural hierarchization based on power and racial relations.
As grandiose as this ambition may appear, Wapner argues that its focus on relationship rather than apartness actually increases the value of wildness.
Assertive Jewish identification, the kind that I encountered in New York, seemed like clannishness, and clannishness frightens this immigrant as only a sentence of eternal apartness can.
7) The local reaction to Schultze's musical impulsiveness confirms his apartness from an exclusionary Heimat "rooted in that intolerance of difference, that fear of the 'other'" (Morley and Robins 26).
Trough this theory it is understood that everything in this world is an energy (material) and information, which through the management assume one or other apartness (see Fig.
He indicates that the condition of apartness from the host culture lasted about one generation among the pre-revolutionary intelligentsia he studies.
Sanders (2002:11) argues that the relationship between intellectuals and apartheid needs to be "deciphered, not by fixing on apartness alone, but by tracking interventions, marked by degrees of affirmation and disavowal, in a continuum of foldedness or responsibility-in-complicity".