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authenticity

The correct attribution of origin such as the authorship of an e-mail message or the correct description of information such as a data field that is properly named. Authenticity is one of the six fundamental components of information security (see Parkerian Hexad).

authenticity

see DASEIN.
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I argue that masking the insuperable possibility of death as inauthentic demise for the purpose of disburdening Dasein as a they-self is the ontological structure underlying this type of apocalyptic cinema.
This warning however, seems to assume that inauthentic positive appraisal can create self-esteem.
2] imported a mechanism for repairing the inauthentic area in a secret image.
Dick, there are clear links between notions of authenticity in an object such as jewelry or a Civil War pistol, in a culture such as the colonized American culture presented in this novel, and in the notion that human beings may be regarded as authentic or inauthentic.
Arguably the "they" is positive, because through Dasein's grasp of its own inauthentic "they"-self, it may come to realise its own authentic self.
Burberry should not make this move - it will brand itself as greedy, unethical and, perhaps most importantly for the profile of the company, inauthentic.
Among Segal's claims and targets: dwindling ballet audiences; a repertoire "that's decaying"; the infantilization of ballet dancers; ballets that traffic in archaic stereotypes; classics that are inauthentic for today's audiences; an art form that values "prettiness" over beauty and depth; and ballet's irrelevancy to today's world.
As a consequence his book is as much about authors and musicians who assume his vision as it is about those he regards as artificial or inauthentic.
Twelve Board members participated, and the exercise produced joint winners: Meredith Criglington's 'White Flight: Escaping the Illegitimate and Inauthentic City in Ian Wedde's Symmes Hole' and Melissa Gniadek's 'The Art of Becoming: Sherwood Anderson, Frank Sargeson and the Grotesque Aesthetic' shared the prize.
There are a number of boutiques and other unsuspecting shops that will sometimes carry inauthentic designer bags, Of course, obvious flaws can be detected in the details, such as stitching, zippers, and how labels are positioned.
But there are many valid reasons for taking such arrangements and inauthentic editions seriously, and we can therefore extend a warm welcome to these two volumes edited by Mark Kroll in Recent Researches in the Music of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries that present Johann Nepomuk Hummel's arrangements of two Mozart symphonies (from Mozart's Six Grand Symphonies [London: Chappell & Co.