10 BÜCHER, DIE MIT «ARROGATIVE» IM ZUSAMMENHANG STEHEN
Entdecke den Gebrauch von arrogative
in der folgenden bibliographischen Auswahl. Bücher, die mit arrogative
im Zusammenhang stehen und kurze Auszüge derselben, um seinen Gebrauch in der Literatur kontextbezogen darzustellen.
The Code Napoléon, Verbally Translated from the French: To ...
Adoption was either before the pretor or the people (7), and either arrogative, as
where the adopted has no natural father, in which case the parlies mutually
asked each other if they were willing, the one to be the father, he other to become
France, Bryant Barrett, 1811
The Genealogy of Disjunction
I shall call the former instance of 'or' arrogative to mark its characteristic feature:
that it arrogates, as its than-scope, a portion of the sentence that remains properly
regarded as being within the scope of another grammatical element of the ...
R. E. Jennings Professor of Philosophy Simon Fraser University, 1994
De-Coca-Colonization: Making the Globe from the Inside Out
... repositions it as an arrogative discourse that valorizes particular privileged
globally formative practices of a markedly plutocratic sort, institutionalizes them,
and so secures their hegemony (Dicken, Peck, and Tickell 1997; McMichael
Greek Exercises, for the Use of Schools and Colleges
Arrive, v. t. dtptxneftm, vrxaayiyvof&at. Arrogance, s. w dXa^jnua,, 0 oyxog, h
tfTigO'J'tOl. Arrogant, a. dXot^ttt, vTiPoTrtxog. Arrogate, v. t. v^oo'Toiioft.ai toy.
Arrogation, s. h rgorToitiftg* Arrogative, a. vporirotyTtxaf. Arrow, s. to $1X0;, 0
Evangelinus Apostolides Sophocles, 1841
Orthoepy simplified: being a new and comprehensive ...
[unjust mu Arrogative, nH-m-ga-tiv, a. claiming it Ar'-aon, u. the crime of house-
burning. Amembly. as-t'-ble, n. a company together. As-sort'-ment. n. actof clnsing
or rang a quantity properly selected and ranged s n BortY-ic. 0. relating to the ...
Christopher EARNSHAW, 1816
A Dictionary of the English and Russian Languages:
Присвоенный. Присвбитель, т. ПрисвоительHurra, appropriator, assumer,.
arrogater, usurper. Присвбйчиво, ad. arrogantly, arrogalively. Присвойчивость, f
. arrogance. f f Присвойчивый, а. arrogant, arrogative. Присворенный, р. trained
A Platonick Song of the Soul
But I not seeing humility and self-denyall and acknowledgement of their own
unworthinesse of such things as they aimed at, nor mortification, not of the body (
for that's sufficiently insisted upon) but of the more spiritual arrogative life of the
Henry More, Alexander Jacob, 1998
Origins: A Short Etymological Dictionary of Modern English
... the MF arestif, tardy, may have form-suggested E arrestive, fixative. arriere-
pensée. See PEND, para 11. arrive; arrival; arrive, arriviste. para 3. arrogance,
arrogant; arrogate, arrogation, arrogative. See RQGATION, para 4. arrow, n—
hence v, ...
Race, Manhood, and Modernism in America: The Short Story ...
Toril Moi's gloss on Cixous is instructive: "Proper — property — appropriate:
signalling an emphasis on self-identity, self- aggrandisement and arrogative
dominance, these words aptly characterize the logic of the proper according to
Humankinds: The Renaissance and Its Anthropologies
And he does so in order to counterbalance the arrogative human assumption of
being among living creatures the only creature with a rational soul. This, of
course, marks an important shift in the history of human self-understanding. One
Andreas fele, Stephan Laqué, 2011