Everywhereness

Ev´er`y`where`ness


n.1.Ubiquity; omnipresence.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Basically, and you, the readers, will be witnesses to this, what the Inquirer team introduces now is its tradition of credible, authoritative journalism, in formats that take into account that we live in the digital age, where stories are consumed in the midst of what I call the journalism of interruptions and everywhereness, through a variety of platforms.
In grappling with this the contemporary 'everywhereness' of urban processes, Brenner (2013: 90) coins the term 'extended urbanization' which he uses to encapsulate how the relations of human settlement in the twenty-first century
Georgi Kay's In My Mind and my own personal favourites Hot Natured & Ali Love - Benediction and the Eric Prydz remix of M83's Midnight City (the music of the Gucci perfume advert) but for sheer hear it everywhereness, Track of the year has to go to the biggest tune of the summer Otto Knows' Million Voices.
Like Clough's "other" music, Festus' poetry is everywhere, and need only be revealed by the poet: "For the creative spirit which thou seekest / Is in thee, and about thee; yeah, it hath / God's everywhereness" (p.
The acknowledgment of the everywhereness of God in the logic behind the employment of equivocation--of God occupying placelessness because he is in all places at once--that anticipated and contributed to the succession of space over place that gave way to the scientific revolution also implies a radical understanding of subjectivity.
The result was that the "everywhereness"(153) of law, its universality which "excedes [sic] all finitude,"(154) had been undone by the Rocket State.
What may appear to allow Butler to surmount what some have considered Agamben's impasse with regards to the 'everywhereness' of the topological camp (although, as I have shown above, such a reading is partial at best) is that her critical spatial and relational theorization of camp life is meant to return us to topography, to representation, and to identifiable space, a return to topography, representation, and identification that is critically informed and driven by political hope.
A technique of the spectacular enforcement of immigration law, it "performs the 'everywhereness' of the immigration bureaucracy" (page 1110) and operates by placing immigrants on "perpetual probation" (page 1109).