Conceptualised Famous Quotes & Sayings

3 Conceptualised Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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The Machinery are a bunch of fuckwits who believe that the human body is best conceptualised as a machine, and that if behaviour is stripped down to only what is functional, a higher form of humanity will emerge. This means actions that lead to the fulfilment of their basic needs only. Disease is a malfunction. You can see where this goes. They're boring as hell, they only speak to convey information and they are more inflexible than actual machines. They are said to be good spouses and accountants. The one beside me has a distinct self-image, fully identified as a machine. He repeats to himself mentally, 'You are a machine, you are a machine.Tade Thompson Conceptualised Sayings By Tade Thompson: The Machinery are a bunch of fuckwits who believe that the human body is best
The universal basis for the categorisation 'woman' will, no doubt, be constantly shifting but it is important not to deny it's existence altogether. There is a partly biological basis for this identification. The 'nature' of woman may be conceptualised in the early Greek sense of a force or a power, in its turn shaped by forces outside it, rather than in terms of some set of properties.Alison Assiter Conceptualised Sayings By Alison Assiter: The universal basis for the categorisation 'woman' will, no doubt, be constantly shifting but it
[W]hether it is debates over men sharing housework and child-rearing, the 'crisis' of marriage and behind that the broader crisis of male-female relationships in adjusting to social change, or the increased sympathy for (or at least tolerance of) lesbian and gay demands for equal legal rights, all these developments in heterosexuality are usually approached and conceptualised in piecemeal form and rarely provoke any debate about the changing nature of heterosexuality itself.Richard Dunphy Conceptualised Sayings By Richard Dunphy: [W]hether it is debates over men sharing housework and child-rearing, the 'crisis' of marriage and