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reappropriate

(ˌriːəˈprəʊprɪˌeɪt)
vb (tr)
formal to appropriate something again
Translations
se réapproprier
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The exalted reappropriation of a metaphysical self by Nietszsche in his 'death of God' opens up the adventure of modernity and reveals the absence which lies at its core.
1-16), offers a reappropriation of the "new perspective" on Paul by claiming that first-century Judaism held to God's gracious election of Israel while at the same time expecting that Jews needed to keep the Torah for salvation.
And if "philosophizing," as in the Continental tradition, involves a continual reappropriation (Heidegger speaks of destruction, but also, importantly, of composition) of the Western philosophical heritage, this too has its roots in tendencies of factical life.
Science Generation will also involve the Euro-CASE (European Council of Applied Sciences and Engineering), which represents 18 applied sciences and technology academies.--The Commission says these measures are at the crossroads of two major challenges facing expanding Europe: the advent of biotechnology and society's reappropriation of new knowledge.
The rise of a materialist counter-vision that sees the opportunity for individual liberation in the nexus of culture and commerce is not so much a challenge to the left's long-dominant analysis as it is a reappropriation of the subject.
The highly original essays in Denkmalsturz trace five cardinal moments in the history of the fall of monuments, from the aftermath of the French Revolution, the social unrest of the Vormarz period in the 1830s and 1840s, the reappropriation of monuments in Alsace-Lorraine after the end of annexation to Germany in 1918, the 'denazification' of monuments after 1945, and the controversial changes of street names in eastern Berlin since 1990.
Stein's position is instead questioned by Larsen's rewriting, by her reappropriation of the discussion of authenticity.
Contacte hier, il a souligne que le rassemblement d'aujourd'hui sera une preuve du poids que pese l'aile contestataire mais aussi de sa determination a faire valoir ses revendications dont la principale est la reappropriation de l'organisation syndicale.
Faire tourner la camera c'est une autre forme de reappropriation de l'espace national.
Dial H-I-S-T-Q-R-Y, 1997, the work that introduced the artist at Documcnta X that year, deconstructs the figure of the skyjacker as both the ambiguous revealer of geopolitical issues and the romantic icon given as a pretext for a media reappropriation, a seductive detournement.
Reading Dostoevsky preceded and prepared the way for Barth's appropriation of the Bible and his reappropriation of the Reformers.