Eco sees these two types of texts as implying
contrasting kinds of reader.
that gray areas of the law have been settled: Federal courts have split over the question of "student-initiated" prayer at school events such as graduation, assemblies and sporting matches.
But when both the movements of plot and the other characters repeatedly certify the narrator's authority, what keeps readers from implying
an author who "is" the narrator-character and whose norms are the narrator's norms?
It implies progress, movement, of course, and the very phrase ("advance guard") is obviously of some military origin or connotation, implying
perhaps an enemy such as those very Philistines that old Robert Schumann's Davidsbundlertanze was so concerned about.
One rat studied after it stopped nursing seemed to have lost any increased sensitivity in its trunk, implying
that these changes may be reversible.