Unviolable

Un`vi´o`la`ble


a.1.Inviolable.
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The author examines the contemporary conceptualizations and debates over intellectual property rights and how they are produced, focusing on the idea of the "unviolable rights of property" and the ways leaders of the balanced copyright movement have affirmed a reified culture of property where processes and relations between people are seen as natural, ahistorical obstacles to be navigated rather than social constructs to be negotiated or altered.
Interestingly though, when it comes to discussing the emergence of Jaspers 'unviolable, untemptable, unswayable' personality (KJ, p76), Arendt differs from the Stoic-inspired Kantian interpretation of character as emanating from a form of masculine will and pride, commensurate with the desire to display virtuosity and heroism in the public sphere while repudiating dissimulating female oriented traits such as gallantry.
This paper proposes an analysis of the English plural and possessive within a declarative model of morphology called word design that employs unviolable constraints only to explain the well-formedness of regular forms.
In many other texts animated with the spirit of Resistance, an emphasis on dream, or on the strangeness of the world, provides an equally potent thematic focus as the self relates differently to its surroundings, stripping away tendentious layers of ideological prescription and relocating the hidden essence, the unviolable authenticity, of its experiential situation.
In contrast to constraints in optimality theory, the design conditions in his approach ("word design") are unviolable, language-specific constraints.