Similarities between Bohm's implicate and explicate
order and Rogers' SUHB have been discussed in Rogerian literature for some time (Malinski, 1986; Newman, 1997).
the biological underpinnings of the tragic and comic genres.
Adams's exegesis does not advance our knowledge of the social setting of 1 Corinthians of the overall rhetorical strategy of the letter, though he does explicate
the role of Paul's apocalyptic dualism in that strategy.
The fourth chapter, "Textualizing the Other's Body," uses Bakhtin and others to explicate
Quevedo's scatalogical Buscon as well as the equation of female picaras with prostitutes.
There is an incompatibility between the deflationist approach to truth, which makes truth transparent on the basis of an antecedent grasp of meaning, and the traditional endeavour, exemplified by Davidson, to explicate
meaning through truth.
And though the book's subtitle is "The Sacredly Profane Novel," Dickson-Carr pays attention to other types of narrative, such as Langston Hughes's Simple stories and Derek Bell's And We Are Not Saved: The Elusive Quest for Racial Justice, that exemplify the sorts of targets and stratagems African American Satire seeks to highlight and explicate
The author's own commitment to a vague left-radical-populist-critical perspective is familiar but it does not explicate
a clear ideological position that can be contrasted with that of others who also want to make the world a better place or empower people or end oppression.
While there is much diversity in our backgrounds, we are united in our efforts to look back on where we've been personally and professionally as service-learning collaborators, and to explicate
more fully where we envision ourselves going as we move into the 21st century.
Critical essays by Delany, Butler, Saunders and Walter Mosley further explicate
approaches to defining "blackness" through speculative fiction.
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.
Yet as they reflect on logic and thought, and in particular when they come to explicate
the nature of judgment, a striking similarity emerges: while their accounts of judgment are radically different (Frege insisting that we distinguish concepts and objects, Heidegger insisting that we appreciate the Nothing), each finds his account to be, by his own lights, inexpressible.