of human rights discourse by transnational business corporations is significant not simply because it recalibrates their status under international law, particularly in relation to states.
Meanwhile, the South African minister said her country is keen on expanding cooperation with Iran in diverse areas including agriculture, technology and arrogation
and ended with the formal arrogation
of rulership in 386 B.
Revealing strong beliefs in trickle down academic economics, the chair urged that being listed first was not an act of arrogation
but of generosity, a matter of increasing market value.
in conduct--involves an arrogation
of freedom beyond the law's
When they [the Brotherhood] reached power, they wasted rights of the citizens, who only found in the Brotherhood's rule oppression and arrogation
," said the chief judge.
It is but a short distance to the potential political implications of such a dynamic, wherein an imitation of the sublime--bringing about enough "extasy" and "breathlessness" in the subjects, and thus their openness to the experience of overwhelming psychological force--could be enlisted in the service of those seeking the arrogation
and legitimation of sociopolitical power.
Katherine Minola is, above all, a woman with a tongue, an attribute that signals her arrogation
of patriarchal privilege to herself--making her threatening but also sexy, if only she would learn the correct use of her tongue (that is, to comply with the order, "Kiss me, Kate," and only secondarily to deliver a long speech supporting patriarchy, which is presented at a version of the same thing).
Contesting the continued arrogation
of power by corporatised telecommunications, PirateNet is established with the express purpose of providing free and unrestricted information which will enhance the public sphere.
For such detractors, however much the bodily horror described in Amour differs from the torture Haneke typically depicts, the overcontrolling manner in which he applies his lessons retains his air of schoolmasterly arrogation
This effort sought the application of the most elementary human rights and constitutional principles in the face of a startling arrogation
of executive power.
19) The state's arrogation
of New York City's right to collect its own taxes dates back to the financial crisis in the mid-1970s, when President Ford invited the City to "drop dead.