nonsubject

nonsubject

(ˈnɒnˈsʌbdʒɪkt)
n
1. (Education) (in education) a subject of study not considered to be academically rigorous
2. a subject or topic of little or no interest or importance
3. a subject that is not to be talked about, a taboo subject
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It would be possible, then, to think that the power-being of an organization as nonsubject reveals, in turn, a social reality.
Perhaps we need keynote or other plenary sessions at subsequent conferences that explicitly reach out to nonsubject specialists rather than locating such activities in parallel streams that can easily be avoided.
In a brief essay written for his Danish colleague Peter Widmann's Festschrift titled, "The Systematic Theologian at Work in an Atheistic Context," he employs the major insights and contents of God--the World's Future to provide what I would call a "Cliff's note" version of this larger work to address this atheistic challenge with its "trash talk" of theology as "a nonsubject .
The 'paperless' person is an outlaw, a nonsubject legally, a noncitizen or the citizen of a foreign country refused the right conferred, on paper, by a temporary or permanent visa, a rubber stamp.
A character without ego, Sula remains a nonsubject, and therefore nonsubjugated.
This haphazardness is due in part to the strange quasi-subjectivity of zombies which, as Sarah Juliet Lauro and Karen Embry argue, sits on the "indeterminable boundary" between subject and nonsubject, making "these terms obsolete because it is both at once" (94-95).
Subject and nonsubject parameters were set, and these controls allowed us to specify what ebooks arrived automatically.
To reduce such bias, the use of complex mathematical algorithms can be used, but they require a familiarity with software programming beyond nonsubject specialists (Purcell et al.
To push at this limitation is to become unintelligible, unthinkable, a nonsubject, a body that does not matter (to use another Butler phrase).
It is a sign of the new financial world we suddenly live in that oil prices are a nonsubject and that yesterday they leapt on the back of the European initiative.
Vendors bought large quantities of books at discounted rates, warehoused them, and then shipped individual tides to library customers based on library-created purchasing profiles, which included desired subject parameters; nonsubject delimiters such as language, price, or place of publication; and publisher inclusions and exclusions (Nardini, 2003, p.
Kinyarwanda and Tarascan differ from each other in that in Kinyarwanda the three objects bear no overt case marking, while in Tarascan all nonsubject arguments bear nonzero coding.