Reerect

Re`e`rect´


v. t.1.To erect again.
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Instead of pretending like so many Western leftists that he sees Marx merely as a useful tool of critique, Zizek admits that he admires the historic Communist project, and wants to reerect a social order using methods of terror, repression, and massive coercion.
Our initial inspection shows that the graves affected have been knocked over, and we should be able to reerect them.
Given the powerful myths attached to "home" and "business" and the different repertoires on which they build, it is perhaps not surprising that conventional analyses of family businesses seek to bring order to the recalcitrant space of the family business, to reerect boundaries, to discipline the family, leaving the business uncorrupted by "sentiments" or personal relationships.