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17) Some of the adumbrations of Eurocentrism are to be found in
Only the listing of the broken mule and its tottering cart make his body appear to move like something other than a canvas for these burning adumbrations.
According to the collection's editors, the eleven essays share a single approach: 'By examining the implications for conceiving of democracy as culture, rather than as something that precedes or follows from cultural formations, the essays in this volume consider Dewey's adumbrations of democracy as one face of globalization' (1).
13) The fusion of the adumbrations of a thing like the
For Katherine Anne Porter, the romantic adumbrations of music were enhanced by her own closeness to folk traditions of music; and folk traditions, in turn, shaped her views about encountering death.
Where the Buddhist prescriptions for action (such as those passingly noted in Part III above) present relatively commonsense adumbrations for wholesome (kusala) action that most could agree upon, it is not at all clear how they apply in cases such as this.
However, while I am enthused with your adumbrations that "China is not an ordinary nation", I remain slightly perturbed for Africa, which is seemingly getting caught up in this new wave of the Cold War between East and West.
In harmony and form, it is an impressive achievement for a boy of eighteen, although it reveals much more of Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky's influence than any adumbrations of the later Debussy style.
A pro-Western Kurdish state would strengthen Washington's hand throughout the region, with adumbrations in Syria and Iran as well as Turkey.
An even more obvious case, again using the term pravesa and its adumbrations, is Smith's attempt to relate Upanisadic usages of pra-vis to describe Brahman's entry into the world (see the portion of Chap.
He does invoke Christian theologians like Reinhold Niebuhr, Paul Ricoeur, and the Roman Catholic Louis Janssens, but offers their various contributions as Christian adumbrations of basic observations of evolutionary psychology.
Do countless generations of sermons about Jews and Samaritans as hostile entities shape contemporary Christians who hear in this parable adumbrations of tensions between Jews and Palestinians?