I began to perceive more deeply than it has ever yet been stated, the trembling immateriality
, the mistlike transience, of this seemingly so solid body in which we walk attired.
calculation thereof It is omitted here due to its immateriality
In this respect, as Sha notes, "the boundary between materiality and immateriality
was porous" (14), though materialism as such was generally regarded with deep suspicion for its atheistic implications.
The simultaneous existence or rather co-existence of two material things in one intellect implies the immateriality
or spirituality of the intellect.
The attributes discussed are pure actuality, unity, simplicity, immutability, immateriality
, eternity, omnipotence, omniscience, perfect goodness, and intelligence.
The skyline maybe intangible but this immateriality
is the key to the preservation of all that we hold dear.
By foregrounding the ease with which matter can be converted into states of immateriality
, Balasubramaniam reveals to us how flesh might be sublimated into spirit.--Meer Menezes
The guiding idea is to introduce immateriality
and eccentricity into the institution without abandoning its main function by creating a publicly distributed spectacle that enriches the entirety of society.
The third chapter starts a transition, as access to the physical relics becomes more tenuous and materiality becomes more paradoxical: The argument develops that the absence is compensated for by a created praesentia, the immateriality
of imagination materialized through a range of sensory stimuli for imagination and perception.
In the digital economy, the characteristics of the goods and their turnover become the global nature of circulation, the absence of borders, immateriality
and, often, the minimum cost of replicating the goods.
The nine poems of the third and final part of the book chronicle the body's journey through an initiatic door, a glorious passage to freedom, immateriality
, balance, nothingness, and immortality.
Synopsis: "Grounds of the Immaterial: A Conflict-Based Approach to Intellectual Rights" by Niels van Dijk (Postdoctoral Fellow, Research Group on Law, Science, Technology & Society, Vrije Universiteit, Burssel, Belgium) applies a novel conflict-based approach to the notions of 'idea', 'concept', 'invention' and 'immateriality
' in the legal regime of intellectual property rights by turning to the adversarial legal practices in which they occur.