Thus, in construing human consciousness as ultimate consciousness, we fall prey to a slough of despair: believing that our own, incomplete understanding of life is the only understanding of life, that the universe does not exceed the often paltry confines
of human interpretation.
Paintant is almost like a crime scene, a forensic investigation.
All available criminal-justice resources have been used for prison construction, and psychiatric hospitals that confine
garden-variety mentally ill offenders are a thing of the past.
In Slonem's recent paintings, birds - symbols of the human soul - point to the need to create a space for the spiritual and to the increasingly narrow confines
that it inhabits.
The state has the burden of proving beyond a reasonable doubt that the person it seeks to confine
meets the law's criteria as a sexually violent predator.
Result: the Kansas Sexually Violent Predator Act of 1994, which provides a way to use mental institutions to confine
rapists, pedophiles and other dangerous sex offenders beyond their prison terms.
They're like little test tubes in which we can peform reactions or confine
the growth of a material placed inside it sort of like a cast or mold," says Ghadiri.
Researchers create quantum dots by building semiconductor structures that confine
electrons to a volume only a few nanometers across.
NEW ORLEANS -- Amid the narrow streets and intimate confines
of New Orleans' French Quarter, a4 gargantuan hotel would be as out of place as a temperance league chapter.
At Oak Ridge, Magee has been a "good institutional citizen" who functioned well within the confines
of the maximum security division.
Her goal: to create a place for lesbian art that breaks free from its typical marginal confines