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The output of the process in fact consisted of legal reasons, including exegetic rationales, that justified the canon-blind law.
For the time being, the homily loses its strict exegetic character becoming opened to the thematic one.
It never replaces or supersedes it by exegetic imposition, but brings it closer to the human order of concrete, relative, and impure reality.
Since my thesis concerns specifically the exegetic dissonance that I attribute to remarks the poet has made concerning her metapoetic bent and, concomitantly, the creative other, I will simply say, in closing, that Canelo's approach in her 2011 book of poems is decidedly metapoetic.
The Mother of the Lord--such is the title of chapter 8--stands on the road leading to Claudel's exegetic period.
13) The Masorah is a collection of critical and explanatory notes on the Hebrew text of the Old Testament from about the 7th-11th centuries AD, traditionally accepted as an authoritative exegetic guide, chiefly in matters of pronunciation and grammar.
Through the very art of exegetic description, though, Philostratus also acts out some salutary lessons in the epistemology of visual perception.
Indeed, his account of the development from consciousness to serf-consciousness tracks Hegel's so closely that it might well serve as an exegetic gloss for students puzzled by Hegel's texts.
It is also insufficient for us to make--except in emergencies and perhaps for day-to-day interaction--decisions based only on what we think is there: what we think is an exegetic analysis.
The abuse theory must be placed in the context of a flourishing civilian doctrine that opposes the exegetic method and juridical subjectivism.
The new activists respond to the conservators who claim the necessity of being native (or quasi native) speaker of Arabic in order to interpret the Qur'an with the linguistic and exegetic competence of American converters (i.
New Zealand psychologist Richard Kammann, who would be one of three members to resign from CSICOP as a result of these events, would write in an exegetic essay on the Gauquelin affair:
For an exegetic account of Jakobson's earlier phonological models through to his fully developed theory of distinctive features, see Mendousse (2007).
Thus, today's students' notions about privilege correspond to the self-actualizing trajectory outlined by World Values Studies surveys in that students will tend to assert their autonomy over exegetic authority, and in thus so doing, reject traditional views of authority as definitive.
He defines comparative literature as attending to "influencias, contaminaciones, paralelismos"--though he consigns comparative literature to the second, exegetic stage of his critical progression, effectively excluding comparative approaches from the highest realm of criticism--that governed by aesthetic judgment.