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Even given other constraints, such as perdurance or pulchritude, god does not seem to value diversity per se.
Thus, her study provides a map not only of past spaces of confinement, but importantly, of the perdurance of "Fascist" practices and attitudes in the second half of the twentieth century.
8) The primitive, then, substantiated Greene's tragic view of life by providing an entire culture as an objective correlative for the intuitions about evil's presence and power, and about civilized modernity's ignorance of its force and perdurance, that he had possessed since Berkhamsted.
Or do you feel that their perdurance over time signals some importance?
There is a sense here in which revelation perdures, but the perdurance is of a unique type, formal rather than material in kind.
In the creation of memory, the lack of perdurance of the gift, the taro and the pork, is displaced temporally into a memory thereof.
How else to understand the allusions to drama that crop up almost unawares in these passages, if not as a symptom of the perdurance of older, literary-critical topoi into the newer discourses of the social sciences?
In chapter 3, Hunt explores the "fraternal" elements of Freud's model, finding the perdurance, under the Republic, of an even more egalitarian fraternal society than the one posited in Freud's romance.
Rather than the formal categories of Kant, which mark out universal time-determinations (substance as perdurance, cause and effect as succession, and so on), Deleuzean categories allow an encounter with unique individuations, singular ways of occupying time and space; they are like the 'hunting grounds of an animal' (126).
The concept of perdurance has its place in a theory about what it means for something to persist through time.
The common view is called endurance theory (henceforth E); a less common view is perdurance theory (P).
The background to Enki's play in the marsh is the "high" narrative in which worlds brought forth from chaos are subjected to divine organization by means of the word in order to endow them with meaning and perdurance.