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In addition, the notion that exemplariness can be equated with having further training in family therapy is a debatable one.
This applies to political creations which have retained their exemplariness to the present day: Athens and Sparta, Alexander's empire, the Roman republic.
Derrida remarks generally on Celan's poetry that the very dates attached to it or cited in it are both exact and suspended into a virtual exemplariness.
Although Butler uses Aretha Franklin as an example of her poststructuralist critique of identity, her very uniqueness as an example and the fact that Butler uses her three times (and does not come up with other examples for the same point) suggest that she is also an example of exemplariness itself.
This, incidentally, is another reason for viewing Langland's treatment of the three-estates concept as more important for moral exemplariness than descriptive adequacy.
For Derrida, as for Deleuze and Guattari, European unity and the symbolic association of the fall of the Berlin Wall with the victory of liberal parliamentary democracies and capitalism (6) are not an occasion to celebrate the culmination of Europe's historical destiny and the exemplariness of its universal values.
From that paradoxical blend of contraries derives the thought-provoking resonance of the galley-slaves adventure, giving it simultaneously the stark exemplariness of a moral fable and the open-ended virtuality of myth.
The "maliciously whispered tone" (tono maliciosamente susurrado) immediately reveals the presence of a reader, whom the narrator cultivates by making use of expressive artifices, and not from the moral exemplariness being predicated.
And so you can have two opposite kinds of exemplariness and, in fact, a great deal more.
However, in order to argue for Gothic exemplariness, Negri must discard the Goths' invasion of Italy and contribution to the demise of the Roman Empire in the fifth century.
Close ends his second chapter on "la verdad de la historia" with the following synthesis: "verdadero is triumphant shorthand for Cervantes's whole aesthetic of comic fiction, in which presence is the confirmation of wit, taste, exemplariness, decorum, refinement, risibility, inventiveness" (177).