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This is an appeal to the ruling organizations in Bulgaria to support the traditional family values and the children's rights, and to restrict the one-sided obtrusion of activities, such as gay festivals and parades, which are destructive for the individual and for the society," the declaration says.
Coleridge replied that "as to the want of a moral, I told her that in my own judgment the poem had too much; and that the only, or chief fault, if I might say so, was the obtrusion of the moral sentiment so openly on the reader as a principle or cause of action in a work of such pure imagination" (qtd.
More's obtrusion of the letter in reading Saint Paul coordinates an important Pauline metaphor with present-day debates about universalism and localism in the apostle's thought.
It is the second option that is borne out in the extraordinary obtrusion of ghostly hauntings in Wordsworth's poetry, quite different and differently weighted than in the earlier Gothic conventions and more akin to the about-to-come intense interest in apparitional figures in Carlyle's work or in Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities or indeed in the writings of Marx himself.
its unbidden obtrusion on the ear (Power of Judgment [section] 53), stipulates in his elaboration of the third moment of the judgment of taste in [subsection] 13 and 14 the independence of the pure aesthetic judgment, from "charm and emotions," which only concern "the judgments of sense (material aesthetic judgments).
As for the probability, I owned that that might admit some question but as to the want of a moral, I told her that in my own judgment the poem had too much; and that the only, or chief fault, if I might say so, was the obtrusion of the moral sentiment so openly on the reader as a principle or cause of action in a work of pure imagination.
As high-definition cameras continue migrating to wearable devices, they'll have even more of the discreet quality that Chris Terrill relished, making it possible for documentarians to capture situations as they unfold without any camera obtrusions.
Other obtrusions like a tall person or stacked luggage become a non-issue, and you won t have to deal with the driver who has their brights on behind you.
Conrad Aiken writes that Faulkner's writing is "a persistent offering of obstacles, a calculated system of screens and obtrusions, of confusions and ambiguous interpolations and delays with one express purpose; and that purpose is simply to keep the form--and the idea--fluid and unfinished, still in motion, as it were, and unknown, until the dropping to place of the very last syllable" (138).
The situation becomes more chaotic when we consider the increasing redundancy of knowledge and the rampant proliferation of misinformation and disinformation, to say nothing of social concerns with pornography, copyright violations, and other flagrant obtrusions into personal rights.
Taxpayer representatives are trained to resist obtrusions of IRS agents into businesses and homes.