The main function of gatekeepers within the system of corporate governance is the dissimulator
of information about corporate efficiency needed for "right" decision-making process.
)] sao censuraveis, mas particularmente o jactancioso (Arist.
Tarachodes (Tarachodina) dissimulator
For instance, Spivak argues that "such double displacement is more specifically the condition of woman, who experiences an originary displacement since she is already a 'dissimulator
' in a cultural discourse deemed 'phallocentric'" (1983, 185).
I have thereby increased the burden of proof for those who propose to read Hume as a dissimulator
in religious matters" (253-254).
It claims that Horace's past personae are the masks of a dissimulator
while exposing itself as such, and then it projects its claims into the future by announcing the continuation of Horace's poetic career in unaltered terms.
A James Bond-like theme playing, the weird sisters looking on from the audience, and Macbeth's face momentarily projected on the towers' TV screens suggest that Malcolm, too, may be a dissimulator
, a political monster in the making.
Descartes made a point of inviting theologians to correct his work, but Pierre Gassendi, reviving Aristotle's opposition of the alazon (braggard) and the eiron (dissimulator
), argued that the philosopher's show of deference clashed with Descartes' manifest confidence elsewhere, and that from this dissonance emerged the sure sound of dissimulation.
It is in this sense that a fold, as the minimal element, is a transformer and a dissimulator
because one is always amongst countless others who perpetually pull it out of shape (Doel, 2001, p.
Gallus is conspicuus where Domitian was a dissimulator
. Statius's image is peculiarly appropriate for Ammianus's purposes here because the Flavian poet attempted to put a positive spin on features of his emperor that later became the hallmarks of his tyrannical reign--Domitian's dissimulation, his aggressive demeanour, and the blush that revealed his inner thoughts.