This reveals the existence of a configurative
network of her own.
It seems' here works as an invitation to read the poem as 'other' by drawing attention to the object status of the speaker; the speaker is the same 'without, within', when literalized as the primary object, but the configurative
'I am', is preceded and qualified by 'it seems', which announces a split between subject and object.
A political career is a configurative
whole, but separate careers are susceptible to theoretical analysis.
Consequently, a key task of fundamental theology will be the ongoing "search for a configurative
balance between faith and culture.
The overall configurative
constellation, however, is not random.
If one defines information as "the configurative
, pictorial, or conceptual representation(5) of an empirical phenomenon possessing the potential of changing the action, intention or expectation of an entity in such a way that without this information the entity would act, intend or expect differently,"(6) then the following relations and notions emerge: 1.