to focus on the limitlessness
of interpretations of each verbal command.
Both questions, Sarah's and the Lord's, are left open-ended, suggestive of the limitlessness
of God's goodness and power, so much greater than any specific outcome that Abraham and Sarah could petition or imagine.
Indeed, the question of form versus formlessness is Kant's initial way of distinguishing between the beautiful and the sublime in the "Analytic of the Sublime": "The beautiful in nature concerns the form of an object, which consists in limitation; the sublime, by contrast, is to be found in a formless object insofar as limitlessness
is represented in it, or at its instance, and yet it is also thought as a totality" (128).
One can call it a "right to earn a living" (as the Court did not), "freedom of contract" (as the Court did), "the liberty prong of the Due Process Clause" (which I do not recommend, because it invokes a certain limitlessness
that the Lochner Court itself would probably not have endorsed), or even Privileges or Immunities (as the Court did not, because of The Slaughterhouse Cases, but a case based on Corfield could be made out for this).
Each reflection, however long or short its duration, manifests the vastness of the dewdrop, and realizes the limitlessness
of the moonlight in the sky" (20) To see enlightenment like moonlight, as something that connects one dewdrop's reflection to boundlessness, is to dissolve the illusion of a separate self, the illusion that Dogen holds as the central source of suffering.
Derived from the Maasai language, it means "extended" or "endless," and this vast African grassland does in fact inspire a feeling of limitlessness
Installation art enters a limbo induced by its own infinitude, a total saturation in limitlessness
that devours specific debate and subjective activation just as readily as it does any other notion of form or content.
Let me suggest that the difference between the monocular seeing/knowing of the sun and the binocular seeing/knowing of human beings lay in the contrast between the transcendent limitlessness
of solar subjectivity and the immanent limitedness of human subjectivity, confined as embodied human beings were to space and time (Biersack 2004:118-19).
16) The characteristics are the means whereby the attributes are known and can be defined; in our case, for example, the attribute of the ma'ani is limitlessness
and so its characteristics (ahk[a.
It is this recognition of the limitlessness
of his own potential and his superiority to the people whose lives and actions can be encapuslated by journalists that propels Frank towards the creation of his final artistic work in the town of Ballybeg: his own death.
We are confronted with the limitlessness
of God's forgiveness and the limits that are oftentimes placed on human forgiveness.
In Gaal's world, hyper-space, unlike describable normal space, is inconceivable and unclassifiable, formless and limitless, like Kant's sublime which "is to be found in a formless object insofar as limitlessness
is represented in it, or at its instance, and yet it is also thought as a totality" (Critique 128).
A kind of limitlessness
comes into play here, but its attachment to the object-based world of industrial production differentiates it from the ultimate material transcendence of the French.
He was accepting a limit (for himself and his own work, first of all) that would protect things from the limitlessness
of abstract ideas, abstract definitions, abstract rules and cases.
As a result, "the absence ofshrines, temples, priests and priestesses who have a private extension to God all go to show the limitlessness