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Noun1.interpenetration - the action of penetrating between or among
penetration, incursion - an attack that penetrates into enemy territory
2.interpenetration - mutual penetration; diffusion of each through the other
penetration - the act of entering into or through something; "the penetration of upper management by women"
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Hence Bergson's interpenetration of the present by the past, Hegelian continuity and identity-in-diversity, and a host of other notions which are thought to be profound because they are obscure and confused.
We meet as water meets water, or as two currents of air mix, with perfect diffusion and interpenetration of nature.
The variation of interpenetration displacement [delta] during impact is illustrated in Figure 2, where [t.
From the beginning of her career, Linda Hogan's often prayer-like poems evoke liminality, speaking from blurred boundaries of animal and human, self and other, but it is the constant interpenetration of the sacred and mundane, which poet-theorist Jennifer Gosetti-Ferencei calls "the ecstatic quotidian," that sets Linda Hogans work on a plane of its own.
The organizers say that the main purpose of the Festival is to facilitate exchange of experiences and interpenetration of national cultures and traditions between the people engaged in cultivation of rice.
Le parti pris alors est de consolider cette interpenetration /coappartenance passe/present; cette double temporalite et inlassablement dans ce va-et-vient transitionnel.
After a section on the theories and ideological issues underlying strategic approaches, part 2 discusses issues related to regulating the interaction between religious and secular norms in different jurisdictions, and part 3 examines non-state responses to the interpenetration of social norms between communities.
The Camden House Companion to Nietzsche deserves credit for having been edited in full consciousness of this fascinating interpenetration of life and work, and it merits high praise for being the most dependable, even-handed, and comprehensive introduction to an oeuvre that continues to be met with intense, passionate interest inside and outside the academic world.
The project will scrutinize the underlying assumptions about design and embodiment shaping the content of UD, what UD is, as a sociopolitical phenomenon, its interpenetration into, and across, different scales and sectors of society, and, how far it enables autonomy of human-environment interactions by (re) creating artefacts sensitized to the (disabled) body.
The final two chapters deal with the interpenetration of sacre rappresentazioni, ottava rima poetry and the engravings Baccio Baldini made in Florence some time in the early 1470s of images of twelve (two were added to the classical ten) sibyls that once famously decorated the palace of Cardinal Giordano Orsini in Rome (now lost).
Moreover, for all his attention to the granularity of particular religious and ideological traditions, the tensions and diversities within traditions and the interpenetration of traditions in a pluralist society remain topics for a later time.
Related topics I will explore include the simultaneously integrative and fragmenting dynamics of globalization, the dynamics of complexly networked global systems of interdependence and interpenetration, the HE crises of quality and alignment, and the operational dynamics of the global economy.