This dialectic of enlightenment animates the endlessly reiterated calls within professional literary criticism for a "political" criticism disburdened
of "romantic" or "aesthetic" ideology.
Rather, it can always find recourse from itself in the unanimity of the "they" and be disburdened
It is generally expected that not only should the quality of life of the patient be improved by regenerative treatments, but also that health systems be sustainably disburdened
by eliminating protracted aftercare and complications.
Faculty commonly refer to their teaching obligations as a course "load," and their tacit or even explicit career ambition is to be disburdened
Maxwell Whiteman, Forgers & Fools: The Strange Career of "Baron" Weisberg and the Incredible Story of Documents Destroyed and Disburdened
from the Philadelphia Custom House (New York: Typophiles, 1986), 8.
of his acquaintances, he climbs a hill to survey the countryside, followed by the inn's maid, a suburban Parisian who disdainfully proclaims this provincial town "la fin du monde.
In this interpretation, a rich man may enter heaven only by disposing of all his/her wealth - as the camel must be disburdened
of its loads - and humbling him/herself, as the camel is led on its knees.