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All of our worries regarding technological transcendency, then, are accompanied by curiosity and eagerness; and our fascination is accompanied by suspicion and dread.
Yet, despite his toppling, from a position of "deviant transcendency," to use Girard's term, the triangle is not dissolved.
Key words: Death, life, transcendency, Christianism.
Instead, death's pause with life is always bordered, the opening into transcendency met with its inherent impossibility.
The communication transcends the contingencies that it reshapes, but the dual-layeredness of the network causes the transcendency to be contingent at a next moment.
12 See how Woolf transmutes the idea of spectacle when she has Bernard muse in The Waves: "But for a moment I had sat on the turf somewhere high above the flow of the sea and the sounds of the woods, had seen the house, the garden, and the waves break" (287); and "When I look down from this transcendency, how beautiful are even the crumbled relics of bread
Transcendency - A virtual TFT can transcend time, distance, organization size, and technologies because network technology allows team members to communicate with one another.
There's something to be said for un-self-conscious--or perhaps I should call it falsely self-conscious--theater: theater that wallows in naive authorial-intentionality in the worst way, that never questions its own claims to be doing it right, that replicates prevailing ideologies (both of Shakespeare's time and of its own), that blindly accepts the high-brow (or middle-high-brow) cultural claims for Shakespeare's timeless transcendency, and that willingly participates in the tourism and "Heritage" industries.
Michael is this double centre of gravity between the divine esse (neutralization of the primal consciousness on Earth) and the human tradition's knowledge, which is perpetually being remodeled to a preferable one, and is divided between rational breakthroughs and transcendency.
In the 1960s, Yvonne Rainer, one of the Judson Dance Theater's most influential choreographers, heralded a new mood in dance, saying "NO to spectacle no to virtuosity no to transformations and magic and make-believe no to the glamour and transcendency of the star image.
The former position finds support in Neoplatonic writings and in the notion of a God beyond being, although there was, nevertheless, some ambiguity about the transcendency of the One both in ancient and in Arabic Neoplatonism.
8), that is, according to a model that promises transcendency.