Neuroscience may be a field in which technological developments have the potential to rehumanize
Families and communities that suffer such barbaric treatment always fight back, seeking to rehumanize
Revisit the question of intellectual reality, the intellectual mass of all humanity that must multiply its connections, diversify its networks, and rehumanize
Particularly in this age of mass incarceration, it seems like the right place to bring the opportunity of theatre to uplift and rehumanize
I can say with pride that poets and writers have helped to rehumanize
57) As the support of resilience, consensus carries within it the kernel of terror, of "dehumanizing [humanity] in order to rehumanize
it at a different level of normative capacity" in order to maintain the efficiency of the system.
But I think my true purpose isn't connected to one particular constituency, but more like: How do we rehumanize
Ultimately, both groups are utilizing the very sort of cartographic and locational tools used for hunting and intercepting 'illegal' bodies to alter the map, redefine its terms, and rehumanize
its abstract, bounded, and often threatening spaces.
Work redesign is a unique approach to motivation and company reorganization for four reasons: (1) Work redesign alters the basic relationship between a person and what he or she does in the job; (2) Work redesign directly changes behavior (3) Work redesign offers and sometimes forces into one's hands numerous opportunities for initiating other organizational changes; and (4) Work redesign, in the long term, can result in organizations that rehumanize
rather than dehumanize the people who work in them (Hackman, 1977).
If we can rehumanize
our understanding of it, see it in its historical context, and reawaken our sense of how the various social strata, nationalities, and religions operate and interact under it, then I believe the totalitarian model is capable of affording us a more complete view of Soviet society than any alternative yet propounded.
So the gift of the church, the task of Catholic higher education, is to rehumanize
This brings us to a delicate problem that has been endlessly discussed by the museum's curators and managers and by most reviewers: In undertaking its ambitious redesign, the museum set itself the task of contributing to the effort to rehumanize
"Islam" after the attacks of 9/11 without appearing too didactic and without losing sight of the main objective--which is to show art, not elucidate a beleaguered religion.