consociate


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bring or come into association or action

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It is perhaps the most erudite but yet also intriguing feature in Schutz theory that the subjective experience within the world of consociates as such--that is, I share the time and space with the Other; my stream of consciousness attends to yours, and yours to mine; and we-grow-old-together--is not "meaningful" in the sense outlined in Weber's theory of social action.
turns 16, 18, and 23), and in other instances she wavers and becomes more of a consociate (e.
Two points are obvious: (a) family are the closest consociates, and (b) friends are relatively absent.
We were very impressed with the experience that Consociate Dansig had in serving the healthcare industry and their demonstrated ability to apply technology in the area of benefits and insurance.
Consociate Group was organized specifically to serve self-funded organizations.
One of the many thousands of associates is Shirley Lieberman, a consociate with the Sisters of St.
In sum, the consociate relations of the workplace, where the sharing of things and cash is circumscribed, are not the service relations of Western Arrernte relatedness.
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I have already described the diverse clan and clan-cluster identity of my consociates.
The participant citizens are consociates of a form of life embedded in structures of communicative action, which are linguistically mediated forms of interaction based on the ability of the hearer and speaker to accept and reject the validity claims raised in reciprocally related speech acts.
Other common names for associates, depending on the religious order, are consociates, coworkers, affiliates and co-journers.
Ideally, democratic rule means that all members of a sovereign body are to be respected as bearers of human rights, and that the consociates of this sovereign freely associate with one another to establish a regime of self-governance under which each is to be considered both author of the laws and subject to them.
Parents, Consociates and the Social Construction of Children's Athletics.
Through studying this publication in its new edition, modern readers will learn much about Waelrant's life, not only as a composer, but also as singer, theorist, teacher, anti publisher whose consociates included not only fellow musicians but also some of the Antwerp elite, such as the patrician Cornelius Pruenen, dedicatee of the volume.