In that performative space, they were contributing to cultural preservation and activistic
mobility by remembering loss precisely by transcending it as incorporated into their relational sociality.
Due to its preference for an activistic
and aggressive transformation of environmental objects, it has become able to produce its basic elements itself.
196) and "whether racism appears as a natural result of catastrophe or as the conscious instrument for bringing it about, it is always tied to contempt for labor, hatred of territorial limitation, general rootlessness, and an activistic
faith in one's own divine chosenness" (p.
However, the Board has also adopted a more activistic
posture in its relationship with the academic processes at the universities.
The FTC has demonstrated a dramatically more activistic
antitrust enforcement lately," says Giblen.
Ethical production is not an abstract set of formal and external values, nor only activistic
militant involvement into a political fight or process.
This shift is part of a radical revision of the strongly activistic
rhetoric of Being and Time in favor of the quietism of Heidegger's later period.
Thus, a 1942 characterization of the typical Russian Jewish emigrant as an "enterprising, activistic
person with a strong individualistic attitude" is juxtaposed to a 1928 study that saw "the hunted look of the Pale" borne by Jews whose emigration was motivated by a flight from "conditions which threatened life itself" Similarly, the author claims that the economic changes brought about by the Soviet regime were "disastrous for the Jews" only to show later how Jews benefitted from the growth of the Soviet economy (50).