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The analysis clearly indicates a tendency not to state B: it is explicit in 22 cases (23,4% of the cases) and unverbalized in 72 cases (76,6% of the cases).
Most of us who are parents have, at some time, addressed the child's question "Why do you love me?" Those of us who have multiple children have perhaps also addressed the older child's (verbalized or unverbalized) question about the birth of a sibling, "Will you love me less because you love my brother/sister?" The psalmist asked a question similar to the first: "What is man that you are mindful of him, the son of man that you care for him?
I noted that since both of them have issues around feeling rejected or abandoned in childhood, it is likely this will be a common source of trouble between them, which they are trying resolve as adults through unconscious behavior and unverbalized thoughts and feelings.
She contended that values are a part of reality and so are objects of comprehension no matter how inchoate or unverbalized. Murdoch did not reject fact, but saw it as part of the reality people can know, one form of knowledge that people routinely use.
Unlike a written contract, which explicitly states concrete, negotiated items such as one's salary, title, and so on, a psychological contract involves unwritten (and often unverbalized) expectations about less concrete issues such as work environment, frequency and types of communication, allocation of resources, and the like.
It's worth recalling that, neglecting the intermediate material, the exhortations falling under the head of "cease to do evil, learn to do good" all flow from the first line of Isaiah's--or God's--address to the people: "Children have I reared and raised, and they have rebelled against Me." By "judging the orphan" and "pleading the cause of the widow," Israel will be returning to what Psalm 1 refers to as "the way of the righteous," thus ending their rebellion against Adonai--although this last is left unverbalized, though definitely understood.
Locating and mapping the human unconscious was a primary plotline within the braided narratives of modernism, and it fell to the Surrealist painters to represent the inchoate structures and unverbalized agendas of this newly explored dark continent.
Distanced in appearance, attitude, and personal interests from the customary depiction of a woman missionary as a homely narrow-minded religious zealot, the very attractive Margaret Wrong was, nonetheless, taken seriously by "people in authority" who recognized that "her interest in social issues was linked to an intense if generally unverbalized Christian faith." (100) Changing mission and colonial policies towards Africa facilitated Wrong's transition beyond the customary women's work for women--though one wonders whether Wrong's acceptance in a male professional world could be explained by her outgoing personality and her good looks.
Indeed, a Lacanian reading of [SAR] determines an interplay of metaphors whose meaning is unverbalized. This unconscious discourse reveals the manifestation of repressed desires that are imbedded in the language."]
The communication is carried on at the level of their defenses against their mutually felt but unverbalized low feelings of self-esteem.
Benedict, HJAS 4 (1939): 227-28, as does the teleological gloss with its lucus a non lucendo unverbalized assumptions that Noonan reproduces, probably from that source.
Their "theories in use" are tacit, unverbalized, incommunicable, implicit models of the world or ways of knowing, with values, strategies of action, and assumptions that shape intentional behavior.
What immediately comes to mind with the second premise is the affinity between the issues to which Deledda makes only veiled references, and the very similar questions addressed directly by Virginia Woolf in A Room of One's Own.(7) Deledda's protagonists' pride in their financial independence is echoed in Woolf's claim that what a woman needs is "five hundred a year and a room of one's own." Because of the affinity that Woolf's ideology bears to Deledda's unverbalized one, I would argue that Woolf's work buttresses the thesis for the presence of a gender-specific politics in Deledda's later novels(8) and provides an important key to reading Deledda as a gender-conscious writer.
When I attended a concert by Meredith Monk a few weeks ago, I was enthralled by her images (musical and physical) and would gladly have let it all remain as an unverbalized experience.
Acceptance seems to be conceived by us as that psychological act occurring when such speech acts are performed, though it can also occur in the absence of such speech acts when directed towards unverbalized thoughts, a kind of assent to mental tokens of sentences that may never be publicly expressed.