superabundance


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I have offered a reading of Romantic excess as a kind of surplus, which is another way of saying that the superabundance of consciousness found in much Romantic literature has an economic and pragmatic (as distinct from merely auratic) function.
Many of these can be traced to the superabundance of communication found in modern American life.
Sacred Scripture contains both a spiritual and a literal sense--both a superabundance of meaning that transcends the historical and literary confines of the text, and a concrete meaning expressed by the human author.
Respondents pinpointed a superabundance of manual processes as the leading challenge of operations and technology infrastructure by a substantial margin.
Rafferty drew parallels between how food and resources were distributed worldwide, with a superabundance in some places and a severe lack in others.
The narrative itself also suggests a lack of editorial guidance: at 468 pages of text, it is longer than it need be and includes many wordy passages, a superabundance of metaphors and cliches, and occasional redundancies.
We wanted to see if you could statistically attribute the superabundance of [gun shops] along the border to the distance from the border," said McDougal, assistant professor at USD's Kroc School of Peace Studies.
41) In the context of this contribution, we can say that from this divine distinction the superabundance of creation flows.
In contrast to the impoverished negativity of indeterminacy, and its subsequent overcoming, Desmond proposes a fourth category, namely, the "overdeterminate," or in some contexts a "surplus immediacy," which is a superabundance of meaning that does not need to be overcome, and therefore is never left behind.
Iam oft amused by the ever more desperate attempts made by the superabundance of attention-seeking and completely ungifted "celebrities" who infest our television and media.
The town has long been known for its profusion of pubs and betting shops, and we now have a third form of business in superabundance.
A year later, Young Knives dropped the "The" prefix in front of their name and put out their second album Superabundance which spawned singles Terra Firma and Up All Night.
Good problems usually supply a minimum of information, and this problem has a superabundance of (perhaps redundant) information that I have not used.
RELINQUISHING some of the chippy angst that characterised their second album, Superabundance, Young Knives have assumed a sunnier worldview.
The superabundance of pain in the world makes no moral claim on us at all.