counterwork

counterwork

(ˈkaʊntəˌwɜːk)
n
1. work done in opposition to other work
2. (Fortifications) defensive fortifications put up against attack
ˈcounterˌworker n
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Claiming prior consultation, monitoring environmental impact: Counterwork by the use of formal instruments of participatory governance in Ecuador's emerging mining sector.
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The first argument to the counterwork the admission of such an extension resides in the fact that legal entities are alien to any historical process responsible for the formation of the rights of personality.
the local regimes, which they want to defend and transform from a position of autonomy; the capitalist [or neoliberal regime], the advancement of which they want to contain; and the techno regime, [the rise of a science and policy movement around biodiversity and sustainability that is heavily reliant on evolutionary biology and a neo-Darwinian ecology paradigm in which gene technology and patents are used to consolidate power over food and nature and in which the species is represented as under threat of extinction], which through processes of counterwork and politics of scale they want to utilize for the defense of identity, territory, and place.
His deliberate emphasis earlier in the letter on the so-called "wicked and corrupt majority" who are in favour of the bill is offset by his subsequent challenge to the opponents as to whether they doubt the opinion of their King, and this majority, in his agreement to the growth of licensed provincial theatre: "And can it be supposed H[is]M[ajesty]has blindly subscribed to an act which is to counterwork his own example, and rob his princely virtues of their influence?" (General Evening Post 12 March 1771).
Fardon (ed.), Counterworks: managing the diversity of knowledge.
(2) Richard Fardon, Counterworks. Managing the Diversity of Knowledge (Londres: Routledge, 1995), 1-9.
Fardon (ed), Counterworks: Managing the Diversity of Knowledge.