The jury awarded the Kreins $238,000 for damages and the presiding judge ordered all the dogs on the property to be devocalized
The starlings even developed normal song when raised with a companion who was devocalized
to the sphere of silent thought"--which also has "misogynist overtones" according to Cavarero (8, 43, 4)--is incompatible with the "evanescent, corporeal vocal emission" (4), and the solidification of logos eventually results in the privileging of the "rational, masculine logos" that "thinks" over the "mad, feminine voice" that "sings" (6).
A disembodied voice and a devocalized
body: vox and forma--Echo and Narcissus.
As such, phone semantike is a site for the identification of ideologies of voice, ideologies that have in the patriarchal economy devocalized
logos and diminished our attention to being-in-the-world.
The bill, called "Logan's Law" in memory of a show dog whose breeder had him devocalized
and later gave him up, prohibits so-called "de-barking," the cutting of an animal's vocal cords to quiet the voice.
Far more flagrant were operas-into-ballets that devocalized
the original scores: London witnessed a wholly danced version of Auber's La Muette de Portici at the King's Theatre in 1829, and a similar redaction of Meyerbeer's Robert le Diable a decade later.
I have devocalized
the Tetragrammaton in this quote.
One would have lifted a requirement to file with city and town clerks written certificates on dogs that have been devocalized
, as is done when dogs are spayed and neutered.
I agree that it is a barbaric and inhumane procedure, but, frankly, I have not heard of one person in this state who has had a dog devocalized
Dubbed "Logan's Law," in memory of a show dog devocalized
and then abandoned by his breeder, the bill would prohibit vocal cord surgery except to treat disease, injury or congenital abnormality.
They note many devocalized
dogs have been surrendered to shelters and that responsible ownership, not devocalization, is what prevents abandonment.