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Synonyms for commonplace

Synonyms for commonplace

Synonyms for commonplace

a trite or obvious remark

completely ordinary and unremarkable

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not challenging

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MacPhail organizes each chapter of his book around an evocative metaphor of how commonplaces were used and functioned.
That the book treats differently the compilers of commonplaces whose names are known and those whose names are not is a necessity arising from the form in which commonplace books survive.
We all use commonplaces to orient ourselves in the world; they provide points of reference and a set of "prearticulated" explanations that are readily available to organize and interpret experience.
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four commonplaces that translate theoretical ideas into curriculum as it
When he is asked by Catulus whether his knowledge of commonplaces proceeds from "some likeness to that godlike genius," Aristotle, or from the fact that he has "perused and learned those very maxims," Antonius temporarily drops his mask.
One imitates the argument of the commonplace, one imitates the style of the commonplace, one analyses the commonplace book back into the commonplaces from which the extracts are themselves composed, one imitates the argument of the commonplace in one's own style, one applies the author's style to one's own argument.
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Sections 2 and 3 expand on the backgrounds of the later Middle Ages, Humanism, and skepticism, while section 4 focuses on rhetoric, particularly on the commonplaces of consolation, in relation to the proscribed status of passion in the individual and society.
It explains that there are six commonplaces inevitably associated with a profession in principle, arguing that if these six principles are taken seriously, there will be various challenges for the future that the community of teacher educators specifically, and the community of educators in general, must confront.
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And Melanchthon employed commonplaces in order to train students to make judgments on religious doctrines and to determine the interpretation of passages of scripture, as well as for expression.