After offering his condolences to the grieving families of the church attack victims, Taher rejected accusations that the absence of the Egyptian intelligentsia
on the political scene must have contributed to the domination of radical and fundamentalist
The articles in this book focus on a plethora of experiences that the intelligentsia
(a distinctly Eastern European invention) underwent from the beginning of the nineteenth century to the second half of the twentieh century.
The rally, entitled "Stop The War Against Bulgaria's Intelligentsia
and Bulgaria's Moral Values" will kick off at 11:00 on the Tsar Osvoboditel square in downtown Sofia to end up in front of the Bulgarian Council of Ministers at 13:00.
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A section of the city intelligentsia
had told him that if he resigned at this stage, it would only help the CPM in the coming Assembly polls.
Following detailed discussions with a number of clients, funders and experts in the field, we developed "Intelligentsia
", a formal legal due diligence service.
In the name of his fellow contributors, Gershenzon called the ideology of the Russian intelligentsia
, which allegedly rested on the primacy of politics over inner life, contradictory to human nature and counterproductive in practice.
Holy Fathers, Secular Sons: Clergy, Intelligentsia
, and the Modern Self in Revolutionary Russia.
Though most people are vaguely familiar with the word intelligentsia
, many confuse it with intellectuals and might be surprised at my claim that I am not of the first but belong to the latter.
Unfortunately, this is one of many sanctified notions that our intelligentsia
In Kurdistan and in Diaspora, the poverty of the Kurdish intelligentsia
and their political immaturity, shortsightedness, and shallowness is striking.
Not following in the footsteps of ones father is not an entirely new concept, says "Holy Fathers, Secular Sons: Clergy, Intelligentsia
, and the Modern Self in Revolutionary Russia".