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The other types are literal denial--an outright rejection of the facts --and implicatory denial--a rejection of psychological and moral implications which results in a lack of behavioural responses, even when human-induced climate change is accepted.
Rudrata's fourth type is even more interesting, for with it the lowly "pun" (slesa) is put on a level coequal with the elevated discourse of both simile and metonymy: the pun--rarely just of words in the Sanskrit tradition, but of whole sentences or verses--is seen as the culminating poetic device or form of expression; in its higher forms not only are two meanings expressed simultaneously, transcending language itself, but those two are apprehended as related and mutually implicatory, in effect, reducing "metonymy" to "metaphor"
Finally, Townley's suitors join in on Townley's performativization of texts by activizing their costumed bodies--transferring their significatory power away from the outer layers that Fossile pores over, and putting them to use not as inspectable surfaces, but as implicatory symbols.
Indeed, for the central years of the 1790's, tragedy was inextricably set within the implicatory context of Jacobin rhetoric and ideology--and bound up, moreover (as Jacobus has made strikingly clear), with regicide.
On the other hand, general semantics focuses on ways in which individuals can become more aware of the effects of their language and its implicatory structure for ill and for good.
What the interpretive reader does - particularly with spare, implicatory modern literature - is fill the gaps left by the text to create an explanatory text or midrash on the text itself.
In view of the "common purpose of created things [and the mutually implicatory character of basic "positive" and "negative" rights], where a state which suffers from poverty combined with great population cannot supply such use of goods to its inhabitants .