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As a chemist, Levi was an outsider who unexpectedly moved to the center of Italian literature and then, in his role as an international voice for Holocaust memory and post-Holocaust ethics, even exceeded the Italian context.
Levi lived in Turin, in the Italian province of Piedmont.
It must be said point blank, however, that Levi does not show that the magisterial reformers shared the ethics and anthropology that he ascribes to the humanists.
Levi Strauss is dosing its two remaining factories in San Antonio in April and "negotiating contracts that are worse than severance agreements in 1999.
He concludes that freedom for Levi goes beyond a desire to escape from the camp, and is not merely the literal freedom of survival.
Because of his aesthetic positions, rooted in Cartesian logic as well as humanistic values, Levi has encountered some resistance among his readers and critics, especially in the '70s.
The Levi Strauss Foundation announced a $100,000 grant for Human Rights Watch to continue their groundbreaking work on HIV/AIDS prevention as a global human right.
Etheridge began her career at Levi Strauss & Co.
The `casualization' of America has really changed the way men dress,'' said Nancy Friedman, marketing director for the Slates brand at Levi Strauss in San Francisco.
When San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom and his staff learned that Levi Strauss & Co.
Whether it's spinning a model around to examine her free-flowing dress or putting a cyclist through his paces to test the mobility of the Levi Commuter Series, the Lookbook breathes life and energy into the line.