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Councillor Mikulin glanced down his beard, and Razumov, whose tension was relaxed by that unexpected and discursive turn, murmured with gloomy discontent-
Although I do not mean to assert that it is usually the practice of renowned and learned sages, to shorten the road to any great conclusion (their course indeed being rather to lengthen the distance, by various circumlocations and discursive staggerings, like unto those in which drunken men under the pressure of a too mighty flow of ideas, are prone to indulge); still, I do mean to say, and do say distinctly, that it is the invariable practice of many mighty philosophers, in carrying out their theories, to evince great wisdom and foresight in providing against every possible contingency which can be supposed at all likely to affect themselves.
If I am not mistaken, sir,' Mr Wegg delicately hinted, resting a hand on his stall, and bending over the discursive Boffin, 'you alluded to some offer or another that was in your mind?
Beets insists on separating ineffable reality from mere appearances so sharply that even discursive reason is bundled along with perceptual intuition and opinion and is divorced from reality and truth.
Her descriptions of these works are lucid, and the textual analyses insightful; but she persists in the awkward insertion of ideology-laden terminology such as discursive practices and counterhegemonic practices, and interjects poststructuralism's old favorites Foucault and Althusser into the study whenever the work threatens to diverge from its rigid ideological mission.
The Symbolic Representation of Gender: A Discursive Approach; Emanuela Lombardo and Petra Meier; Ashgate; Surrey and Burlington, VT; vii + 225 pp; e-book.
Suhadi, "I Come from a Pancasila Family": A Discursive Study on Muslim-Christian Identity Transformation in Indonesian Post-Reformasi Era.
Objective: The project Reconfigurations of Centre and Periphery in the European Union: a Discursive Political Study investigates the transformation and re-definition of centre and periphery in the European Union (EU) in the aftermath of the financial crisis.
Chapters discuss theorizing the "self," family therapy as a potential disciplinary site for the practice of self research, a discursive approach to family therapy, a discursive approach to research, the methodology of self research, elements of practice: ADD, addictions and the DSM, self research: an illustration, and reflexivity: A critical analysis of self research.
individuals engaged in" the relevant discursive activities, e.
Discursive activism can be defined as political speech, or speech that intervenes in hegemonic discourses, and that works at the level of language to change political cultures.
You will remember this lesson: when you see yourself entering--and, with you, the hope for a book--into a discursive space, you will not try to define what that space may be, nor why it may be called space, unless, at least, you wish to leave it in order to lose both your hope and yourself.