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the external outline of a thing

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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.
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.