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But he makes no major effort to connect trinitarian theology with the problems of exemplarity and simplicity, as he did in Monologion.
Miller grounds his study of exemplarity in a history of ethically inflected Victorian reading.
Symptomatic of this undoing of a faith in exemplarity is Ariosto's theorization of Fortuna.
KAIROS AND THE MEANING OF HERESY: ON RELIGIOUS TRUTH AS LAW'S CRITIQUE AND EXEMPLARITY
Scientific controversy notwithstanding, L'Arche provides an astonishing context for the study of moral action--a movement of compassionate exemplarity in the tradition of Mother Teresa.
Gaylord's notion of exemplarity to show how both moral and
Milton's exemplarity becomes an a priori principle, the application and examination of which generate much content in the second and third Critiques.
rigour, to have the exemplarity of a specimen of a species?
Her Life Historical: Exemplarity and Female Saints' Lives in Late Medieval England.
We might glance at Theodore Mayerne's "Epistle Dedicatory" to Moffett's The Theater of Insects, which frames scale, sovereignty, and exemplarity by remembering Moffett's original dedicatee:
As much as the nature of justice, the motif of the beffa also explores the notion of exemplarity, and the novelle of Day Eight can be read as a sustained meditation on whether stories can, in fact, teach.