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Firstly, to a greater or lesser extent, there is known risk for the frank occurrence of a cerebrally noxious event to take place (i.
The intensity of Pater's cerebrally sealed sensitivity to sensation, in contrast, leads indeed to the art of Henry James, ironically enough, leads to the supreme evocation of the self-enclosed loneliness of Isabel Archer in Chapter Forty Two of The Portrait of a Lady, an interiority never attained by Conrad, whose delineations do not seek out that entirely mental world.
Cerebrally deficient so-called planners, smugly self-satisfied in their well-paid jobs, are totally out of touch with everyday living.
Singer can sometimes be testy, as when he thinks that he is being intentionally misrepresented or falsely accused of dishonesty--an unflattering comparison with Jack Kevorkian (215) is an example--but usually he is calmly, almost cerebrally reasonable.
And in a state that swears by its intellectuals -- past and present -- from Rabindranath Tagore and Satyajit Ray to Aparna Sen and Rituparno Ghosh -- the best chance for her to sweep people off their feet and translate her popularity into votes will be to cerebrally appeal to their creative facet.
So, given Locke's view of personal identity in terms of psychological continuity, the cerebrally divided Parfit is identical to each of his brothers after the operation.
Cerebrally and viscerally, Israelis know Obama is right.
In Sleepless, the author is better than ever, delivering a novel that not only displays his mastery over characters and dialogue, but also shows off his versatility, including the ability to challenge readers cerebrally while also pulling on their heartstrings.
the physically and cerebrally impaired, as well as the blind, he concluded.
The reader can not only understand Mohammed's position cerebrally, but can fully identify with the resistance choices (sometimes inevitabilities rather than choices) which Mohammed makes.
His style isn't everyone's cup of tea, and he's never going to be the most cerebrally gifted of performers.
Both examples likewise reflect an artist who sees himself also as a scholar, who cerebrally embraces the concept of ut pictura poesis and who treats painting as a form of scholarly disquisition.