In what I call the cone of the Four Faculties which are what man has made in a past or present life--I shall speak later of what makes man--the subjective cone is called that of the antithetical
tincture because it is achieved and defended by continual conflict with its opposite; the objective cone is called that of the primary tincture because whereas subjectivity--in Empedocles "Discord" as I think--tends to separate man from man, objectivity brings us back to the mass where we began.
Their presupposition is that evolutionary theory is antithetical
to a belief in the existence of a supreme being and to religion in general.
As the sole proprietor of this mad museum, Monahan had taken on multiple roles--the artist as collector, as curator, as archivist, and even as merchandiser--each seemingly antithetical
to the persona of the resolute anti-conceptualist who doggedly sketched away while his classmates tackled Of Grammatology.
Fish, like Sandra Gunning, brings the black Atlantic to bear upon early figures such as Prince and Seacole, and reveals that black disaporic identification was not always antithetical
to nation and empire, but often worked in concert with them.
It is clear that both major political parties are committed to the agenda of the New World Order and seek to enforce economic, military and social policies which are antithetical
to the interests of our independent Republic.
Efficiency is not antithetical
to academic excellence.
So is Lizzie, which is antithetical
to the kinds of personality traits you'd find in a competitive athlete of that caliber.
In those days, the idea of doing in-office surgery was antithetical
to the healthcare delivery model that was in vogue.
All of those things are antithetical
to a healthy, stable, traditional family.
Columba Altarpiece in Munich, and negative or antithetical
examples, as in Hieronymus Bosch's Adoration of the Magi Altar in Madrid with its diabolical audience brooding upon Christ.
The themes she develops are antithetical
to the glory of Christian revelation.
Because Methodism seeks always to be a "connectional" church movement, the aloofness and rude disregard shown by our Methodist president toward his denomination's episcopal leadership (and dismissal of their letter of non-support for the war against Iraq) reveals how his brand of self-help piety is ultimately antithetical
to Wesleyan theology.
The headline ``What victims learn from predators'' is antithetical
to the theme and intent of the work.
There was vociferous disagreement about policies and approaches, but in the main, both wings of both parties acted on the assumption that the Soviet Union was America's adversary and posed a threat to our security, that communism was antithetical
to our system, and that we needed to fund a large defense establishment and deploy forces around the world in order to support those positions.
Flood's values are antithetical
to the self-dealing, greed and deceit of today's headline-grabbing chiefs.