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adhering to beliefs or practices approved by authority or tradition

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appearing in a biblical canon

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of or relating to or required by canon law

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All ancient scribes, like modern fan-editors, had their own ideas about the canon and canonicity of different materials, and this was in turn likely to be reflected in their work as well.
This process of achieving canonicity is well exemplified with Bourdieu himself, who is among the most translated contemporary scholars and hence canonical.
Neavill investigates issues of canonicity in relation to reprint publishing and copyright in the eighteenth century and Simon Eliot describes the early years of the Clarendon Press Series and the transition from learned printers to modern publishers in chapter 4.
The examples provided also agree on the need to formulate different degrees of predictability based on a work's canonicity (a canonical work will in principle generate more dialogues) and aesthetic value (the more the aesthetic qualities of a work, the more the chances of belonging to the canon of great books), on readers' reaction in reception (scandals will tend to generate more echoes), on forms of echo-dialogues (such as the number of copies, editions and sequels of a work, the number of literary prizes received).
Above all, Murakami's insistence that canonical literature must speak to Japanese youth tends to scuttle their qualifications for canonicity.
if one takes canonicity as a measure of historically enduring reproducibility, one could argue that the canon is quite literally a mnemonic system" (53).
And because of a thoroughgoing critique of canonicity (most thoroughly explored in Chapter Three), Auerbach.
By reflecting on the contrasting views of Dante's canonicity, she diplomatically emphasizes the importance of settling between the strangeness of authors inscribed in the canon and the prominence of the Commedia's ethical dimension and application to life, thus pursuing our personal enrichment through a deep understanding of Dante's humanity.
In both cases, participants in the discourse believed that canonicity involved theological judgments critical for maintaining the truthfulness of their particular religious positions.
In the final chapter, Franta's treatment of Charlotte Smith, Felicia Hemans, and Alfred Tennyson begins to address issues of gender and canonicity implicit throughout the book.
We may also observe an interest in a series of problems having to do with the canon, the canonicity, the genesis and the historicity of the Pentateuch, all of which are meant to outline certain fundamental guidelines for a correct reading of the revealed texts.
In Valentine's words, one can almost discern the seeds of one-hundred years' worth of healthy, spirited, and rigorous debate about pedagogy, theory, and canonicity. Amazingly, by the end of its first year, the English Association sported a roster of more than 1,000 members, including such legendary figures as Israel Gollancz, A.
Most analyze the various science fiction literary traditions with one eye on the problematic specter of contemporary canonicity and one looking askance at popular culture studies.
In one of his table talks, Martin Luther said bluntly: "I am so hostile to Second Maccabees and to Esther that I would wish they did not exist at all; for they Judaize too greatly and have much pagan rubbish." (1) Luther was certainly not the only one who had serious reservations about the canonicity of the book of Esther.