Beyond advocating that material culture studies embrace the liminal status of literature as simultaneously material and immaterial
, I contend that poetry and poetic form especially require this new immaterial
Rather than seeking to confirm the subject of affect through spurious references to pop science, Immaterial
Bodies moves the inquiry to the margins of science, uncovering fascinating material on crowds, voice hearing, suggestibility, mental touch, rhythm and the double brain.
The tendency for the rate of profit to fall (Marx 1993a) should also be seen as a motor for the transition to the immaterial
Granted the immaterial
component of human nature, what are its implications with respect to an "afterlife"?
But it is immaterial
what the referee does after you get a serious injury like that.
This approach would eliminate the burden of having to capitalize immaterial
items and account for deferred taxes, and it more truly portrays the commercial intent that these transactions are an operating expense.
It transformed the gallery into a "marked" territory, according to the artist, one that was "protected," and above all it influenced one's perception of the other works thanks to the immaterial
yellow halo that inevitably, if almost imperceptibly, invaded the space.
The network form is spreading because this is the characteristic form of immaterial
labour, which is dominant in the age of post-Fordism.
That there is no immaterial
soul, he argued, doesn't mean that "we are not the kind of creatures we think we are--conscious, rational, intentional beings"; science or no science, the physicalist model must be resisted for the sake of human dignity and "the good life we can live together.
Time, though, just cuts a distance/along with energy--or matter-slides/till it collides with some burst/of greater gravity, in a moment veers/to another axis and casts no light/down time's immaterial
Our work and our mission goes on--the weather is immaterial
," said Col.
What rank California holds on the list of most-taxed states is immaterial
Eliminating the reporting requirements for foreign-owned domestic corporations with immaterial
As science advances, the concept of the soul as an immaterial
bastion of our suffering, joy, and glory has faded, and some people now believe that we don't really have free will and that nothing really matters.
Another proposed revision would prohibit members from leasing property to or from attest clients unless the lease is immaterial
to both parties and other criteria are met.