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We must confound intellectual endeavors with conceptual constructs and tease ourselves into believing that plastic geometry looks forward to conceptual seriality, that literal objects prefigure disembodied narratives.
Mobbs in the detention of Yaser Hamdi prefigures the fashion in which the Bush administration's Star Chamber would operate: A minor bureaucrat, acting on the supposed authority of King George, sentenced an American-born individual to prison without a trial or a right to appeal.
Secondly, just as the real thing is more important than its prefiguration and as the body is more than its shadow, in the same way the Psalter of Our Lady is greater than David's Psalter which did no more than prefigure it;
The Steinbeck scenes of the Joads driving West prefigure Jack Kerouac's `On the Road.
Defining an American architectural vernacular at the dawn of globalization, Shore's photographs prefigure the Dusseldorf school's serial explorations of contemporary consumerism (indeed, Thomas Struth titled his first book Unconscious Places).
The show even goes so far as to suggest that the fractured, geometric patterns of one Burroughs collage prefigure ``chaos theory.
Australia) reconsiders recent understandings of nature, humanity, and the divine that underlie the romantic turn toward the earth and prefigure so much in contemporary ecological thought.
xviii) we learn that Marlowe planned to follow Ovid - rather than prefigure the Bard - in combining verse with drama, amatory poetry and epic with tragedy.
Nonetheless, one of the things that make the rediscovery of the Schuyler-McKay interchange all the more interesting today is that it prefigures the intense "integration versus separation" debates of the 1960s.
The model is said to embody the brand's 'fluidic sculpture' design theme and prefigures a production minivan that will be introduced in India within the next couple of years.
the attempt to reconcile our practical and theoretical needs and interests) prefigures some of the themes that will become central to later versions of Fichte's Wissenschaftslere.
Il giuramento (May 31), created at La Scala in 1837, shows musical structures and procedures borrowed from Rossini, Bellini and Donizetti but also prefigures some early Verdi: a fascinating crossroads and an enjoyable score in its own right.
The look of determination on his face prefigures his determination through life.
A demonstrator, the aircraft prefigures what future Gripens will look like and how they will perform.
In France, this biometric visa program prefigures all ID documents being secured.