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Synonyms for temporality

the worldly possessions of a church

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Stewart's time pleats are infinite and examine how the end of the world has changed throughout time, and how differing studies of the end of time converse with secular temporalities. The final essay is Valerie Wayne's 'Cymbeline, Janus, and Folded Time'.
Matthew Champion's The Fullness of Time explores how particular temporalities constituted a varied and polyphonous experience of time in the fifteenth-century Low Countries--an experience, he explains, as for St Augustine, himself, and his historical subjects, that was numinous but essential to the unfolding of one's existence.
His topics are 2Fik's Coming out a l'orentale and "coming out" of France; Ludovic-Mohamed Zahed's universal performance of French citizenship and Muslim Brotherhood; Abdellah Taia's queer Moroccan family and transmission of baraka; Mehdi Ben Attia's family ties, temporalities, and revolutionary figures; and Nacir, Tahar, and Farid: identification, dis-identification, and impossible citizenship.
Fuhrmann's analysis of post-1997 Thai cinema and video art does not merely instantiate the theoretical claims that she engages; it also uses the Thai materials to push the potential of these theoretical conversations to shift our thinking about the interplay of embodied sexuality (and gender), state-sanctioned normative representations of sexuality, temporalities, and competing ontological frameworks.
He suggests that it is more fruitful to acknowledge a simultaneous multiplicity of temporalities that are synchronized in different ways.
Riley proposes that there is an intimate alliance between the possibilities for describing and the temporalities we inhabit.
At the same time, the audience experiences polychrony, Cervantes's marshalling of nonsynchronous temporalities as a creative strategy, deploying multiple temporalities over a wide, varied field of human experiences fictionalized in his novel.
It is a de Mannian "true present" that opens "perspectives of distance and difference within the apparent uniqueness of the instant" (de Man 157), layered not only in its contingencies but also in its implicit relations to other temporalities. It deals with not so much "what was, what is, what shall be" as "what may be and what should be"--not the tenses but the modalities inflected by wish, desire, necessity, and obligation.
This seems an unnecessary detour, for their common concern with postmodern temporalities would have been a sufficient justification for their inclusion in the corpus of analyzed texts.
I contend that the poem functions not simply as an affirmation of feminine repetitive time over masculine linear time, but as a more complex indictment of the oppressive temporalities that are produced by Victorian capitalist "progress," in which both workers and women are relegated to "temporal ghettos."
Collapsing the period between creation and exhibition, Grantina incorporates both temporalities into the finished work.
She argues that "the order of precedence prioritizes the inaugural encounter with concrete foreign temporalities" in the encounter with things and persons in the world.
Time itself, as in so much modern poetry, is a topic of fascination and bewilderment; but O'Callaghan is a virtuoso poet, and his temporalities are also virtuosic, twinkling out of sight behind tales half-imagined and half-true, or proving themselves malleable to the poet's hands: as he writes, "This world ...
She structures her exploration of multiplicitous, plastic, and unstable temporalities around the figure of the amateur medievalist of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and defines their amateurism not on the basis of being paid or unpaid, but on their "affections, their intimacy with their materials, their desires," explaining that the amateurs' "operation" outside the "culture of professionalism" opens them to experience temporal connections in ways foreclosed to the professional--thus necessarily detached and objective--academician (29, 25).
Each character has a different perception of what reality is, different fears and different temporalities. Time for the directors (like Dr.