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Perspicuously, it follows that several attempts at pontificating what the nature of African jurisprudence or legal theory is, interpreting the mindset of Nkiriuka, belongs to what may be generally called postcolonial theory formation.
According to the concluding words of the Introduction, it is the final test of a science of politics worthy of the name: "when I shall have set down my own reading orderly and perspicuously, the pains left another will be only to consider if he also finds not the same in himself.
approached most simply and perspicuously on the poems' own terms by
As Cusset perspicuously points out, it is also founded on eliding what, if anything, was one of the explicit aspects of the mobilisations of '68: the refusal of the functional differentiation of life into the separate spheres of politics, culture, society, etc.
81) As cultural critic Susan Willis has perspicuously noted, it has been easier for cultural critics to focus on the sphere of cultural production, than to examine and theorize such manifestations of cultural consumption.
On the one hand, he perspicuously points out that Orientalism is inscribed in some ostensibly positive European writings on Wong.
Anthony Giddens, in Beyond Left and Right: The Future of Radical Politics (Polity Press, 1994), spoke perspicuously of the conditions of 'manufactured uncertainty' in postmodern societies.
While there is something clearly at stake in these debates, it is not perspicuously brought out in the terms in which they are normally conducted.
And Cyril Means, law professor and author of the fraudulent pseudo-history of abortion law and practice on which Justice Blackmun so heavily relied, wrote in 1967 that to claim abortion prohibitions unconstitutional would be "so perspicuously absurd" (Ibid.
He captured the salient issues insightfully and perspicaciously, and presented them perspicuously at that.
The external world, Stewart contends, is most perspicuously understood as an "Asylum of Nature," a "vast hall" that "forms"</p> <pre> one general focus of the mind, Whose powers increasing, brings increase of good.
And why, without his powers perspicuously falling off, did Shakespeare retire to Stratford?