dignification

dignification

(ˌdɪɡnɪfɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
rare the act or process of dignifying someone or something
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It was a meeting place in which citizens from different regions of Colombia, older adults and children participated, generated on the basis of mutual recognition and respect, as part of reparation measures in the individual and collective dimension, which seek to compensate for pain through the reconstruction of the truth, the dissemination of historical memory and the dignification of the victims.
This questionable statement is supported by the presumed dignification of the medical profession and by the opinion that "the Oath treats the patient as subordinate to the physician." In their book, Pel-legrino and Thomasma [25] put the focus on the patent's autonomy.
The tradition of rights handed down from Kant is a dignification of the human being in terms of the conditions under which humans may undertake critique with one another and establish social and political conditions under which it at least becomes possible and thinkable for rightful human movement to be described.
There is a dire need for the reappraisal of human values, for the perfection of human industry as an art and science, for the exaltation and dignification of the human personality.
In public health, the ability to perceive the other as different and equally valued extension of itself imply successive actions of inclusion, dignification and liberation of that other (38).
Suggesting a remedy, he opines that dignity or using his own word "dignification" is the most crucial ingredient in the complex of motivations that propel erstwhile weakling nations, nation states, and regional communities to shake off their affliction of powerlessness and vindicate the human honor of their peoples.
Including human rights, and specifically Indigenous rights, training is important because it can ensure "that damages are adequately repaired also by successive generations, that appropriate strategies for guaranteeing non-repetition are constructed, that moral reparation and dignification of the victim are guaranteed, that the victims' culture is restored and a society respectful of the value of ethnic and cultural diversity is constructed." (232) In this way, including education as an aspect of compensation assists in the realization of reconciliation, the purpose of subsection 35(1).
Le fait de referer a des decisions etrangeres est egalement un indice de ce << processus de dignification >>.
The illuminist authors sought the dignification of theater, language, and nation and to this end they put into play a series of strategies opposing the "Spanish." The theater of Moliere and to a lesser extent that of Corneille were consolidated, much like the moral drama which were better adjusted to rationalist and enlightened ideals.
(116) That is, we have, with some intriguing mix of heroic irony, Mailer's dignification of the routine, derided as the "heroic" beat of "a line of ants dragging their burden back" (116).
Rather, the backwoodsman stands as a "stylistic dignification" (Burke 1973: 413) of the democratic pragmatic impulse of the nation struggling to come to terms with its own identity.
Symbolically, however, the juridical promise to safeguard adult consensual sex, and the juridical dignification of the homosexual, are politically and morally vast, and it is to this symbolic transformation which I believe Scalia's dissent, the majority opinion, and the Smith and Connecticut decisions respond.