A partir do que, entao, constituí-la como signo de uma mudança naquilo que talvez melhor singularize
uma cultura, seu modo próprio de presumir o poder da ação humana?
Cheng and Sybesma claim that because Chinese lacks number morphology, the language requires the use of classifiers to individualize and singularize
a nominal referent.
Ritual does not fuse nor singularize
corporeal and spiritual realms, nor does it render events timeless.
This rule or regulation is a law that fails to achieve the freedom of utter legal collapse, that fails to singularize
in utter breakdown, hence, that fails to exist in an antithetical relation to its own representatives, that fails to be so fallen that it cannot even be a case (Fall) of itself.
Crow, for example, criticizes Cage and Steinberg for refusing to singularize
specific iconographic elements in their pioneering analyses of the Combines--a refusal indispensable both to Cage's conception of the Combine as an assembly of indifferent differences and to Steinberg's famous concept of the "flatbed picture plane"--and he laments that Rauschenberg's choice of individual elements is "ruled out of serious consideration in most quarters," a somewhat disingenuous claim given the decoding frenzy I've already mentioned.
Am" here enables the "I" to singularize
the "man," the "man" to
More specifically, one can compare and contrast Hamlet's subjectivity with the doubting nature and the determined reason and madness of the Cartesian Cogito; the Kantian transcendental self in terms of its temporal-categorical sense of order and the crisis of the de-centered subject resulting from the Ghost "shak(ing)" Hamlet and Horatio's Kantian (categorical and temporal) "disposition"; how Hamlet's ontological metaphor--the time is out of joint-prefigures not only Kant's conception of autonomous time but also the temporal divide between Hamlet self (the I and the ego); and Dasein's sense of temporality in relation to non-being, and correspondingly how Hamlet singularizes
his own death and dying.
By means of such character reappearance Pereda singularizes
and extols Don Celso as "the best of the hidalgos.
Not surprisingly, the first locodescriptive inscription by Dave the Potter singularizes
the district of the Lewis Miles pottery works: "Edgefield District" (August 25, 1840).
Our concepts cannot adequately grasp the natural world because nature singularizes
itself into multiplicities that defy perfect rational determination: "Nature everywhere [allenthalben] blurs the essential limits [wesentlichen Grenzen] of species and genera by intermediate and defective forms, which continually furnish counter examples to every fixed distinction.