mutual knowledge

mutual knowledge

‘the necessary respect’ which the social analyst must have for the ‘authenticity’ of the social actor's knowledge (Giddens, 1984) Mutual knowledge is not corrigible in the light of any social science findings; it is the condition of coming up with any findings.
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Casaubon, might have remained longer unfelt by Dorothea if she had been encouraged to pour forth her girlish and womanly feeling--if he would have held her hands between his and listened with the delight of tenderness and understanding to all the little histories which made up her experience, and would have given her the same sort of intimacy in return, so that the past life of each could be included in their mutual knowledge and affection--or if she could have fed her affection with those childlike caresses which are the bent of every sweet woman, who has begun by showering kisses on the hard pate of her bald doll, creating a happy soul within that woodenness from the wealth of her own love.
These three visionary characters possessed a mutual knowledge of the missing document.
The media and NGOs should make big efforts to increase the level of mutual knowledge, which can stimulate interest for each other and lead to increased economic interaction as well, he suggested and added that 'soft power has never been a strong side of Russian policy in the post-Soviet era.'
Speaking on the ceremony, The Pakistani starlet encouraged Hollywood and Bollywood to use cinema to foster mutual knowledge by depicting Pakistan's true image rather than vilifying the country as they do.
The same day, Thinh and Cuban Minister of Culture Alpidio Alonso Grau attended the opening ceremony of Vietnamese Cultural Days in Cuba, which aims to enhance the mutual knowledge heading to the 60th founding anniversary of the diplomatic ties.
"The Francophonie must become an instrument that facilitates dialogue, mutual knowledge and cultural, linguistic and artistic sharing but also the sharing of dreams and will," she said.
As former colonies of Spain, both Manila and Buenos Aires consider culture and education to be vital tools to promote mutual knowledge and bilateral cooperation.
Mr Vanderhasselt indicated that there were viable opportunities to enhance mutual knowledge and understanding between the two countries through the establishment of political consultations and bilateral cooperation.
Mark Weatherall about National Taiwan University's Asian Barometer Survey, a comparative opinion poll study of Asian countries that attempts to analyze the issue of populism in Asia with the aim of enhancing mutual knowledge and understanding of each nation's politics.
During the meeting, officials came up with a five-year plan for the library, which includes translating publications to Arabic and Chinese and enhancing mutual knowledge through the promotion of common cultural programs.
The two sides agreed on the importance of deepening mutual knowledge between the two societies by encouraging tourism and cultural exchange and working on joint projects such as exhibitions, conferences and other activities involving private and public institutions.
Without any doubt there is not enough mutual knowledge about our two countries and their traditions in our societies.

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