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resembling the sound of a brass instrument

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unrestrained by convention or propriety

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The neo-rationalist work by Brassier, Negarestani, Wolfendale--and here we would add Deborah K.
After citing Laruelle's definitions, I will, with the aid of Brassier, appropriate and adjust Laruelle's concepts to show not how they serve non-philosophy, but how they serve my conception of non-buddhism.
The Anthropocene poses imponderable questions about conceptions of human agency, questions comparable if not identical to those of the kinds of eliminative materialism about the brain that Brassier discusses in relation to Sellars and others.
with names like Manuel De Landa, Graham Harman, Ray Brassier, Jane
Badiou, Alain, 2003, Saint Paul: The Foundation of Universalism, Ray Brassier, translator, Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
Las mujeres con busto pequeno deben dormir con un brassier de algodon sin varilla para brindar soporte sin demasiada presion.
In one of the brassier scams, a roadside assistance company allegedly created business for itself at the start of the peak season by placing prongs in pot-holes at the Black Sea coast and in Sofia, puncturing the tyres of passing cars - and having vehicles conveniently at hand to provide assistance.
Stella Price (ex-EastEnder Michelle's latest soap guise) is brassier than a polished doorknocker and sharper than one of Gordon Ramsay's knives.
Lourdes catwalks sensually through the streets, dressed in an elegant leather jacket sans brassier, posing for eager cameras, as she parades slowly toward her awaiting limousine; meanwhile, her fans, all dressed in clown clothes, applaud her entrance with jubilation.
He worked a 40-hour week as a chef helping provide food for the 80-cover brassier restaurant while claiming disability and living allowance between 2002 and 2008, a court heard.
He still had the golden blonde hair he had in high school, although it was brassier and thinner around his temples.
El problema de Emma es que no usa brassier, mientras que sus amigas en la escuela ya lo disfrutan.
Brassier (Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy, Middlesex, England) translates Apres la finitude, which was published in 2006 by Editions du Seuil.