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Musil

Robert . 1880--1942, Austrian novelist, whose novel The Man Without Qualities (1930--42) is an ironic examination of contemporary ills
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There was surely something self-obsessive, and old-fashioned, as Musil might have put it, about this show.
Musil defends a unique combination of philosophical naturalism and philosophy as literature which is superior to more standard versions of these views.
Thus far, the general has been the laughing stock of Musil scholarship and the wider readership alike: he has been interpreted predominantly as illiterate or at least as unacquainted with the world of books and with proper readerly habits: "those rows of books are not particularly worse than a garrison on parade" [The Man 500]).
In an essay on national feeling published in 1921, Robert Musil identifies pronominal vacuity thus: "The true 'we,'" he writes, "is: We are nothing for each other.
PHOENIX, May 24, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Avella Specialty Pharmacy today announced that founder and CEO John Musil has been selected as a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year [sup.
com appointed Lynn Musil to Vice President of Sales.
Taken together, these materials demonstrate that Musil gave primacy to art over reality, Grill argues, while still situating art-making within a broader practice of existential agency wherein personal perception and choice continuously create reality.
Summary: Musil FC signed a sponsorship deal with Korek Telecom
The author, Robert Musil, directed the activist group Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) for fourteen years, and he takes a public health approach to the issue of preventing climate change.
As for the Sa'id, Homs and Musil, these regions have spawned some of the most prominent national leaders, and as such, the jokes told probably apply more to their tellers than to the people these involve; perhaps it is envy or spite then that are at the heart of these jokes, and perhaps both.
Instead the Musil born artist chooses to create a touching exposition that comes out as a visitation to the past rather than a re-living of the painful present and more ominous future.
IN the early 1990s Donna Musil, a labor lawyer turned writer, was surfing the Internet and came across a Web site about kids she