erudition


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known facts, ideas, and skill that have been imparted

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IT Portfolio, like all modules in the Erudition suite, are independent applications that can be applied in any combination.
Although the exposition by Professor Biow is usually judicious, a more clear-cut distinction between experience that writings such as Barbaro's, Guicciaridini's, and Machiavelli's rely on, and the lengthy erudition of the treatises at the end of the century would be expedient.
The result is an encyclopedic work, written with great erudition, as the author's other publications are.
Just as Netherlandish artists cloaked Catholic narratives in meticulously detailed renderings of the natural world, sacrificing pictorial logic in order to saturate each discrete configuration with symbolic meaning (sometimes to surrealist effect), Gober cloaks his personal narrative inside meticulously crafted public symbols of art and religion, in layers of memory and erudition too dense to be pried apart, whose meanings are inseparable from the idea of artisanal practice.
Nonetheless, Banco rari 379 also shows Poliziano already well advanced in his approach to collation and bringing to bear his extraordinary erudition and feel for classical Latin.
In Murder in our Midst, he moves with impressive ease and dizzying erudition from Homer to Hitler and Hillgruber, from reflections on the changing nature of warfare over the last two thousand years to explorations of how the Holocaust has been represented and has shaped national identity in Germany, Israel and the United States.
He loves literature, philosophy, and the essay, and his erudition is spectacular, as is his capacity to be moved; he does not like contemporary culture - movies and television, music, advertising - not because of prudery or puritanism (he is, in fact, an epicurean of sorts; certainly few authors in English write more strikingly about sex), but because he finds their pleasures faint, degraded, and corrupt.
Chadwick's familiarity with a vast array of primary texts and his fundamental erudition, especially in connection with the German-speaking lands, shine forth, underscored by myriad and unusual riveting examples.
We're talking erudition and caginess here, not naive genius.
The result is an up-to-date study of impressive breadth and erudition.
The results of such erudition lead Frick to conclusions about the social and political underpinnings of Smotryc'kyj's religious equivocations.
This difference in technical approach was a symptom of something deeper, Caravaggio's desire to tea down the edifice of all the instituted rules of decorum and erudition whose sum, for Poussin, equaled painting itself.
Shakespeare's will, as Lisa Freinkel reads it with wit and erudition, has nothing to do with the disposition of the poet's second-best bed, with conjectural biographical identifications of his sonnets' fair young man or dark lady, or with his own self-revelatory intentions.
Steven Shapin, perhaps the most sophisticated historical sociologist of science currently active in the English-speaking world, investigates with great erudition the norms being established in the era of the so-called scientific revolution, arguing that the key participants sought to apply to scientific transactions the codes governing gentlemanly conduct, believing this to be the best policy for what might otherwise be an inflammatory, divisive and fruitless endeavor.
His erudition was matched only by his terrific gift in finding exactly the passage or image he needed to reveal an entire structure.