Nessa direcao, a preocupacao central e de que a ampliacao defendida pelos wideners banalize
conceitualmente a ideia de seguranca, podendo no limite abrir as portas a uma instrumentalizacao de meios de forca na resolucao de crises que podem escalar.
She criticized the talk, saying that one shouldn't banalize
the violence suffered by trafficking victims, and mentioned a "skill building workshop and training" about Human Trafficking that took place in Tabatinga the weekend before.
Michel-Rolph Trouillot's 1995 meditation on the tendency of Western historians to erase or banalize
the cataclysmic event of the Revolution remains fresh and pertinent for historians considering the silencing of Haiti, the Holocaust, and other "unthinkable" events in world history.
Essa polaridade--Estado, de um lado, contribuinte, de outro--revela a necessidade de se delimitar o campo de atuacao da moralidade tributaria, a fim de que nao se banalize
sua forca normativa, tal qual aconteceu em certo momento do desenvolvimento teorico juridico com o principio da dignidade da pessoa humana.
Por mais estrategico que seja o uso da mentira, surge um discurso normativo para que ela nao se banalize
, evitando a descrenca na politica domestica e internacional.
Item: Officials with the city of Paris, France, have turned down the apparel retailer H&M in its bid to build a new store on the famed Champs Elysees because it would "banalize
" the street.
To not banalize
it but to show it unfold." We are alone with Iago in the room many times throughout the play, most effectively perhaps here in this first scene, where, when he finally begins to speak, instead of addressing Rodrigo (Men Muratovic), Iago, alone on the stage, addresses the audience that has been waiting in the dark with him.
He added: "Unfortunately, people prefer to close their eyes to a historical= fact as grave as the Holocaust and prefer to banalize
the alert that I had= been preparing to show in Viradouro's parade."
To the contrary it crystallizes a political form connected to a particular era." By foregrounding the newness of totalitarianism, he freely grants the possibility of differing national paths that lead to it, though he warns that reducing them to these paths is to "banalize
The frequency of employing models, far from clarifying the precise meaning of a concept, has been contributing to obscure it, confuse it, and more worrying still, banalize
beneficially humanistic is to banalize
its mutilations, the losses it