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This is why, when Heidegger meditates upon a peasant he takes the peasant from a painting by Van Gogh instead of any actual peasant he might have seen.
While Jameson meditates upon the potential alienation of the underground theorist, I hear the communal shifts of the emergence mode on the radio.
27], and he meditates upon Socrates, intriguing reference to the idea of courage as something feminine and mocking [section 4.
IN THIS CONFESSIONAL NARRATIVE, Jean-Marie Rouart, a member of the Academie Francaise as well as director of Le Figaro Litteraire, candidly meditates upon his amorous affairs with nostalgic regret.
In this light, the "Etruscan Pages" meditates upon and responds to a trip to visit various Etruscan burial sites where she encounters the palimpsest of place and history: Fraser writes, "we know what each mark [of Etruscan writing] is equal to / but not, in retrospect, what was intended" (98).
In addition, the novel meditates upon the structure of government, the tendency of religious differences to become violent, and the use of words and knowledge (and often the mere appearance of knowledge) to stockpile power.