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(lĕkt′ū-ăl) [L. lectus, bed]
Confining to a bed or couch, said of certain diseases.
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Adorno, 'Scientific Experiences of a European Scholar in America', in The Intel lectual Migration, edss.
One could also interpret her calls for universalism, though meant to correct centuries of Eurocentric intel lectual traditions, as a form of neo-Eurocentrism: Haitian slave rebels are incorporated into the grand European philosophical narrative as proto-Hegelians, rather than analyzed in their own right as independent thinkers with a distinct worldview.
Integrating prior work into Educate researchers/authors new projects about use of others' intel- lectual property in their work 4.
According to Mark Petty, PennEngineering president, his company started the litigation to protect its intel lectual property rights.
To do this he re-reads the autobiography as well as most other pub lished German and Hebrew writings and the Hebrew manuscript "Hesheq Shelomo." Maimon's single, central philosophical theme is his "noetic, or intel lectual, perfection" (p.
Neoliberal: 1975 to 21st century." Security-Industrial Complex" Threats to Lumpen Producers, Predators Discontents Capital/ Surplus and Competitors Rebellion, Challenges Population; Labor discipline resistance; to Capitalist Gangs, ("asset protection"); labor in Relations and organized employee vetting; the "arch of Accumulation crime and protection of intel- instability." floating lectual property; Terrorism surplus crisis management.
Chuck D has been touring colleges for 16 years and speaks on almost every topic - from the legacy of Elvis Presley to the global music industry - and is widely regarded as hip-hop's most respected intel- lectual.
Del mismo modo, un bajo nivel inte lectual parece contribuir al riesgo de cometer delitos.