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In this section, the notions of implicate and explicate orders in Bohm's model [2] are further explained in the context of electron microscopy.
Some manifestations of patterning (the experience of time, sleep-wake patterns, and pragmatic to visionary approaches to change) can be considered as manifestations of the human and environmental field process at the level of the explicate order.
Storey explicates the biological underpinnings of the tragic and comic genres.
Keys does not only explicate the teaching of the Council, but addresses the contemporary situation.
Critical approaches that seek our and explicate those voices are a much-needed corrective to well-nigh centuries of criticism that saw little in that literature but conformity or complicity with official culture.
Dieke's own two essays, consistent with the idealism he espouses, well explicate aspects of Walker's spiritualist landscapes in The Temple of Familiar and the poetry (although the accumulation of terms like pancosmic symbiosis, the axiology of psychohistory, and th e protean/metapsychean self sometimes has as dizzying mystical reference as Walker's own cosmic lyricism).
He does take the time to explicate Incorporations, a truly insane design.
The book's five chapters do not offer a broad survey but rather explicate key components of this argument, in rough chronological order.
I'm thinking of a poem like "Nights and Days of Nineteen-Something" most pointedly, in which the speaker's sexual escapades don't mesh with the word choice and rhyme used to explicate them.
Also, whereas the Field Books ended up in the Public Record Office at Kew, the Valuation Books that help explicate the organization of the Field Books ended up (assuming they were not destroyed) in county record offices scattered across the country, while the applicable ordnance survey maps are not necessarily available in conjunction with either.
The Absence of Grace goes at close reading by seeking to explicate with geometrical precision a narratorial standpoint refracted by several speakers within the text, often violating the principle of "parsimony" (208) that Berger would endorse about an author's representation of his narrator(s).