The abolitionist poetry of Elizabeth Barrett Browning presents a case study for immaterial
Before connecting the immaterial
economy with Butler's conception of the subject we have to grasp immaterial
By creating a growing qualitative commonality among different concrete kinds of labour, immaterial
labour is the basis for the singularities acting in common that are the multitude.
And one need not be a believer in immaterial
souls to think that, just maybe, the rational and moral consciousness packed inside our brains is something more than the sum of our neurons.
However, if the immaterial
non-compliance results in materially increased costs to the government, the applicable provisions of the GAS will continue to be enforced.
Audit adjustments passed in 1997 because they were deemed to be immaterial
at the time; and
Adama Dieng, registrar for the UN tribunal, told Reuters that he had not seen the Rwandan government's report -- and that it was immaterial
in any case.
Instead Caliban's noises and songs seem positively to induce the opposition at the heart of his dream: immaterial
heavens versus the too-solid riches they would shower down on him.
For example, the misstatement of revenue and operating profit related to a particular business segment within a company may be immaterial
if that segment is unimportant to the future profitability of the entire company.
According to Moore, the best architects Gehry, Ito, Koolhaas, Nouvel, Herzog and de Meuron - perform a kind of balancing act, making virtues of the qualities of this strange new world, 'its weird shifts of scale, its juxtapositions of the local and the global, the physical and the immaterial
, its odd misapplications of imagery', without falling into the abyss of out and out consumerism.
2 did not preclude opinion qualification for changes producing immaterial
If the words or conduct used amount to a warranty, it is immaterial
that the seller did not intend them as such or did not intend to be bound.