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s (1939) artificially created social climates were, it may be argued, designed to act as controlled and elucidatory analogues of all too 'real world' phenomena.
Kloosterman and supplied with elucidatory notes, permits English-speaking readers to engage for the first time with Kuyper's rich and multifaceted meditations on the relation between Christianity and the arts and sciences.
In connection with the elucidatory nature of this exposition, we shall adopt a style of narration as intuitive, lucid, and prosaic as possible--while being terse whenever necessary -, due to the otherwise simple ambiguity inherent in the association of Reality with a potentially inert scholastic theory (while there is subtle isomorphism between Reality and language at a descriptive stage, to the Wittgensteinian extent, as recorded in [5], that "that which can be spoken of, must be spoken of clearly, and that which cannot, must be withheld in utter silence", how can Reality only be a "theory" or "philosophy" after all?
This elucidatory passage to a large extent forecloses the debate as to whether Ike's repudiation of his inheritance was enlightened and forward-looking or simply reactionary.
If I may be allowed an elucidatory example from among philosophy's deceased, Plato's Eleatic Visitor's appraisal and transformation of Parmenidean ontology bears the mark of fidelity to origins.
Ezigbo Mmadu Versus Ajo Mmadu: A Contrasting Elucidatory Approach
The Elucidatory Capacity of Examination of Researcher Development's Ontology or Quiddity
As well as offering at a elucidatory exploration of intertextuality (memorably those intertexts 'cunningly disguised', 'often partially digested and displaced' (p.
too obvious to the percipient reader to spend further elucidatory words thereon" p.
Although in the past the Court might GVR in such circumstances in order to obtain a clarified decision from the state court, such elucidatory GVRs have virtually disappeared from contemporary practice, because the Court now follows a rule under which there is presumed to be jurisdiction when a state court mixes together state and federal grounds for decision.
The questions, at least initially, tend to be of an elucidatory nature.
The last will and testament of Cecil John Rhodes with elucidatory notes, to which are added some chapters describing the political and religious ideas of the testator.
As one reads on, the pleasure that attends the oblique approach will be reinforced by a more serious and compelling interest, for the evidence presented by Carl Thompson and his subtle, elucidatory analyses demand that we should reconsider the relationship of Romanticism to travel writing.