Is there ultimately no difference, or do images remain as irreducibly
and exclusively psychological?
The main difference between recorded and live media, it seems to me, is neatly suggested by those descriptors: One is packaged and predetermined, often intimate in feeling but fixed in its outcome; the other is blessedly, unnervingly indeterminate, simultaneously distanced from a crowds gaze and irreducibly
As the Aetna example shows, good sleep, supposedly the one irreducibly
workless and private region of our lives, is now something we owe to our employers.
The subscription to 4,846,875 new shares issued in cash is reserved, in priority, to the former shareholders holding the shares making up the current share capital and to the assignees of subscription rights on the stock market, both irreducibly
and reducible on the basis of one (01) new action for a (01) old share, from 20/05/2019 to 28/06/2019 included, said MCP.
(6,7) Finally, we welcome Calnan's reminder of the irreducibly
social nature of decision making, and of the mediating role played by trust.
The frontier of technology stops at what is irreducibly
The word and is irreducibly
plural and otherwise than itself insofar as it marks its own relation to contemplative practice, to contemplative spirit, the question and quest for how.
In "Theology for this Moment," she longs for a theology of inclusion, a "conceptual space large enough to accommodate human dignity." Such theology could be a salve against the tendency to "deny the anomalous character of the human presence in the world." How refreshing it is to read an essayist charged with appreciation: "There is something irreducibly
thrilling about the universe." Existence is magnificent; we leave Robinson's essays informed and also stimulated.
The nonmediated, irreducibly
personal character of experience is not a contingent fact about our freedom, but the essential setting within which we make contact with eternity.
It sounds blandly moralistic, but Alice Mattison's new novel wrestles with the irreducibly
complex demands of having a conscience in an age of political depravity.
Primo Levi and the Identity of a Survivor is a step forward in reshaping how academia analyzes stories of trauma and these writers as they are irreducibly
complex subjects that merit close readings of all their parts to better understand the whole.
Additionally, the forms of Kierkegaard's writing are irreducibly
apophatic-animated by a passion to communicate what cannot be said.