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interlace by or as if by weaving

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One can concur with this analysis on the condition that one accepts the interweaving of philosophical and religious questions that are present in Bruno's philosophical work, whose strategic framework seeks to demonstrate the non-opposition between his "nova filosofia" and Christianity.
The interpenetration of cultures and the interweaving of different ways of seeing are fundamental to her works.
The authors are in the process of interweaving mathematical ideas and the cultural contributions of the indigenous peoples of the Americas into what they teach.
Her new Faith and Science on the Midway--an interweaving of family histories, the triumph of science, and the ever-present spectre of contagious diseases, among other things--is deftly blocked.
Common Ground is a very long, dense, richly detailed account of the first two years of busing in Boston in the mid-seventies, told by interweaving the public events with the stories of three families, one poor black, one poor white, and one upper-middle-class white liberal.
Interweaving fact and fiction, Gray has an interesting take on both time travel and Einstein's paradox theory.
Interweaving their conversations and confessions with high-octane, high-velocity sequences conveying the riot of consciousness in each woman's head, Atomic Sake delivers a tautly constructed and engaging drama of disclosure.