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Once again, humanity, in her finite mental understanding of all things, has found the notion of all-inclusiveness flawed.
Lessening the putative distance between Conceptual object and subject, Lamelas's project idealizes all-inclusiveness.
Going further, I have to question the all-inclusiveness of her view of shamanic religion.
The number of lines in the stanzas of Adam and Eve in Eden, ten, in medieval numerology was the number of unity, all-inclusiveness, perfection--in short, of paradise.
71)--its coherence, all-inclusiveness, lawfulness, and structural continuity--in scientific theorizing.
Yet the novella, Chaudhuri argued, is an equally important form in the vernaculars (there are around twenty major languages and countless dialects with their individual literary traditions in India), as is the short story, and ellipsis is often more effective than all-inclusiveness in attempting to describe India.
the pregnant, senile, laughing old hag and the all-inclusiveness of the comic spectacle, were important to him, not only because they protested against or resisted authority, but also because they constituted an ambivalent commentary about it.
To have done so, however, would have undermined his claims for the uniqueness, much less the all-inclusiveness, of the militarization starting in 1933.
However, since the question of God's all-inclusiveness marks the very heart of the metaphysical disagreement between traditional theism and (all varieties of) pantheism,"(2) it is hard to see how any such response would be entirely adequate.
Even without being able to comment on the aesthetic qualities of the decorations (and it is after all far from certain to what extent Andrea Mantegna might have been at least indirectly involved), it is nonetheless clear that the marquis of Mantua could have hosted at his palazzina at Gonzaga any of the members of the ruling families of Italy without feeling that his residence was in any way significantly inferior to theirs in the opulence or the all-inclusiveness of its visual imagery.
In section II, the all-inclusiveness of each techne was emphasized, but, as section IV makes dear, this all-inclusiveness is still limited to some determinate type of concern: divining and charioteering are both technai, yet neither one contains the other within its "all-inclusive" grasp, and, in general, the technician cannot compare his techne to another techne, for technai are not his subject-matter.
A quick look through my own recordings collection, however, was enough to reveal that the book, as comprehensive as it is, falls somewhat short of this ambitious goal of all-inclusiveness.
Striving to imitate their subject in her all-inclusiveness, the filmmakers merely attenuate the strength of her personality and genius using politicians' eulogies, extended clips of funeral processions and views from Celia's apartment as grieving hubby and fellow musician Pedro Knight peers out over New Jersey.
Evans is writing for an academic audience, but that is no excuse for not wrestling the demon of all-inclusiveness to the ground.
In his discussion of book 1, for example, he unpacks the ambiguities in several terms: self-sufficiency does not mean isolation (as is sometimes thought); ultimacy does not mean termination, but completeness or perfection; and completeness does not mean all-inclusiveness, but concentration on an ideal.