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From German Lebenswelt: Leben ("life") + Welt ("world"). (Wiktionary)

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  • You can now watch CtrlShift07, streaming live on our island "Lebenswelt" Please see our Website www. ctrlshift07.com for information about the conference.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • 'Lebenswelt' in which class struggle becomes both more desirably and feasible through solidaristic local and then wider action.

    British Blogs

  • The satirical genre itselfits capacity for self-reflection and turning against itself, its ability to appropriate omnivorously any kind of discourse, its materialistic position always already within the Lebenswelt of social actorsin effect dissolves the antinomy, as any and every maneuver within satire is also a social action.

    Scrivener, Introduction

  • (Lebenswelt), R.G. Collingwood's sets of absolute presuppositions of a given culture and time, Thomas Kuhn's paradigms, Michel Foucault's epistemes, and Nelson G.odman's world versions.

    Relativism

  • So I shall discuss it, pointing out that it is stated in two incompatible ways: in terms of the phenomenological notion of the Lebenswelt, and in terms of an Aristotelian idea of human nature.

    'Sexual Desire': An Exchange

  • Lebenswelt, the life-world, has been suppressed by the founded institutionalization of politics that, paradoxically, presupposes and extirpates this lived, embodied, existential basis.

    TELOSscope: The Telos Press blog

  • Uhr, Großes Haus Döndü Kilik gibt in verschiedenen Episoden einen Einblick in die Auseinandersetzungen Schwuler, Bi - und Transsexueller in einer überwiegend schwulenfeindlichen Lebenswelt - mit der türkischen Staatsmacht, dem Militär, der Gesellschaft, ihren Familien und vor allem mit der eigenen Person.

    NUEVA EUROPA- Nueva Eurabia

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