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- n. An association or group of individuals sharing common beliefs, attitudes, and tastes; a fellowship.
- n. A society or group characterized by a strong sense of common identity, personal relationships, and attachments to various concerns.
Ye jolly olde gemeinschaft, just how things used to be, before the rot.
If The West Wing (also a John Wells-executive produced series like ER) was the fantasy of the workplace as perfect gemeinschaft full of Algonquin roundtable-ready wits and Nobel-level brains, and The Office is Studs Terkel's Working re-imagined as a comedy, ER is the only show that captures the fluid nature of office politics, the way today's annoyingly ambitious intern can become tomorrow's wizened elder statesman.
KÄHLER, L.A. -- Supranaturalismus und Rationalismus in ihrem gemeinschaft.
For further information see: www. leibniz-gemeinschaft.de.
Were she in class, teaching, Mariah would tell her students about societal façade, a community’s longing for gemeinschaft, a concept defined in the early 1900s by the German sociologist Ferdinand Tonnies.
Deutsche Forschungs-gemeinschaft Grants Ma 1289 / 4-1, SFB 796, and SFB 473, and Endeavor Europe Awards, Australia (to S. R.).