obviation


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the act of preventing something by anticipating and disposing of it effectively

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The combined effects of organized crime in the economic field are inflation, inequitable distribution of income, obviation of free markets and economic regulations [20].
It is a pure parlance of obviation." This citation, with which the poet welcomes his readers in the online magazine Versopolis, introduces us to a leader of the young generation of Polish poets.
Yet the point here was less the obviation of distinctions between craft and fine art, codependent terms and moving targets anyhow, than the proposition that a focused logic could yield a potent range of outcomes through the mastery of obdurate stuff (as well as through the unforeseen exigencies arising from their making).
The obviation of Roderick's death in no small part constitutes the wishful thinking of a military state in transition.
(42.) See Roy Wagner, Lethal Speech: Daribi Myth as Symbolic Obviation (1978) (on obviation as the processual form of trope).
Quality of life is one of the most important issues facing the world today and it is considered as one of the basic issues in the development of social policy that covers issues such as welfare, promotion of health -oriented life quality, obviation the basic needs, growth of life satisfaction, altruism and devotion among congregations [6].
"Considering the Supreme Leader's general policies, wherever I assume necessary, I take action for (materializing) the Islamic Republic's interests, the nation's rights and obviation of problems," Rouhani said upon arrival at Mehrabad airport after returning Tehran from a 5-day New York visit during which he held important meetings with different world leaders and held a phone talk with US President Barack Obama.
Well, applying reason won't help us because its role is to determine answers, and we have already concluded that there are no answers to be found (no Truth); thus, with the obviation of reason's realm--the intellect--there is only one thing left to use as a yardstick: emotion.
The book starts ambitiously, promising explorations of meanings created in a dialogical relation between embodied experience and symbolic representation, or more precisely, between phenomenology of dwelling (following Martin Heidegger) and the process of obviation between a microcosm of conventional points of reference ('codings') and a macrocosm of perceptual images (following Roy Wagner).
Only with that knowledge can the reader appreciate the implications of government choices, the rise and fall of prominent clerics and politicians, and the clerical obviation of the reform movements--all of which the author underscores in the book's chapters.
Even a cursory glance at the grammatical sketch of any Algonquian language reveals the crucial role played in its fundamental structures by gender, person, and obviation. (2) The interplay between the direct/inverse opposition in transitive clauses and obviation status on the one hand and nominal hierarchies on the other has attracted sustained attention of both Algonquian studies and the typological literature.
In order to polemically suggest an alternative to the shared problems of such theories, and practices, this essay ?will finally turn to a deconstructive interpretation of the notion of the archive, and the necessity of a complex relation to it that requires not only its close reading and attention, but a specific and problematic mode of its obviation and forgetting.