In referring to "contrasting subjectivities," I am calling attention to the existence of spiritual experiences that differ from the Buddhist experience that finds anatman to be an acceptable, nonproblematic element.
What does NP stand for?
NP stands for Nonproblematic
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We have 60 other meanings of NP in our Acronym Attic
- Nobel Prize
- Nolle Prosequi (Latin: Not Prosecute; legal motion)
- Non-Deterministic Polynomial-Time (computer programming)
- Non-Pro (hardware)
- Nonpolar (chemistry)
Samples in periodicals archive:
IP users were coded as problematic or nonproblematic to explore differences between the groups.
But he says it is a nonproblematic circularity consisting only of a restatement that value exists in an independent domain from science.
Moreover, these studies rest on the assumption that student-achievement data provide a nonproblematic method for evaluating teacher performance, and this assumption is not without its critics, as noted (Darling-Hammond, 1986; Darling-Hammond & Snyder, 2000; Flowers & Hancock, 2003; Kelly, 2004; Kupermintz, 2003; Matsumura, 2002; Nagy & Moorhead, 1990; Neill, 1999; Peterson, 2000).
criminal justice community, the prevalent use of the term interview typically is associated with compliant, nonproblematic victims, witnesses, complainants, and even suspects, while the word interrogation usually relates to suspects who are noncompliant and problematic, generally meaning deceitful or hostile.
Kraepelin believed (and his current sympathetic followers still believe) that a psychiatric diagnosis is a nonproblematic fact, because it is a direct read-out of external reality (Hoff, 1995).
By reaching out to low-income families early in the school year, the school staff can establish the norm of collaboration around educational goals early and create an opportunity for parents/caregivers to have positive, nonproblematic interactions with the school in which they have more meaningful roles.
 Postmodern feminist theorists have sought to reconfigure the body not as a single, nonproblematic entity which incubates the soul, but as a fractured, polymorphous, fluid set of effects, subjectivities, perceptions, and actions.