And the more the object is impersonalized
, the easier it is to ignore any consequences for the object of the sexual act including any violence involved.
Also, for peer-to-peer accommodation sharing, a high number of ratings may be seen as an indication of a more impersonalized
travel experience--thus even function as a negative price indicator.
12, the people in the village are impersonalized
as 'the village'.
Lacasse was treated as a means, but in Nagel's formulation, not only as a means, since his sentence was justified through individualized reasons rather than by an impersonalized
To Ekwunife (1990), religion is an awareness and recognition of a dependent relationship on a transcendent Being, the Wholly Other, nameable or un-nameable, personalized or impersonalized
expressible in human society through beliefs, worship and ethical or moral behaviour.
She therefore argues that: the British effort to stretch the ambit of imperial control through rule bound institutions based on Western concept of contractual law and impersonalized
sovereignty rather than on the personal patronage of rulers was without historical precedent in the Sub-Continent so too were the consequences.
Upon closer scrutiny, a personalized default rule in Example 3 would be different and is preferable to an impersonalized
default rule, especially if the impersonalized
rule contains a right to return.
He added that insurers now need to "move from clunky, annual, impersonalized
relationships linked to that renewal and/or a catastrophic event, to something that's much more personal and improving of life.
Stage three is defined as the "completion of market transition," a period when a rule-based and impersonalized
transaction mode begins to dominate the market, similar to those in the more advanced economies.
In accordance with the judicial practice founded by the ECHR, it is noticed that the percentage of judicial decisions where personal data is impersonalized
is in minority.
Thus they laid the basis for the permanent, impersonalized
institutions and open markets that have brought so much stability and welfare to western industrialized nations over the last two hundred years.
Because of the aforementioned, the physician-patient relationship has ruptured going on to be merely a moment in which physicians quickly gather and interpret data in impersonalized
manner, without assigning the necessary importance to the humanist treatment and care patients should receive.