Though much reduced from the Athens related in the play, as it prospers under Theseus, the real postwar Athens may be understood here as abidingly
blessed with the power of cultural valorization, because Oedipus, as an object of that power, reciprocates by committing himself, in perpetuity, to Athenian soil.
(8) McDowell may be right about Aristotle, but the interesting question is: if value was conceived as available to our ordinary perceptions of the world around us in so abidingly
influential a worldview as Aristotle's, which so dominated centuries of mediaeval Western thought, why in the hands of the Romantics, Blake say, does it come off as an act of resistance to take this view of nature and the world?
He added: "The theme of the lone hero in a devastated world remains abidingly
popular with readers and movie goers alike.
"Towering up within itself, the work opens up a world and keeps it abidingly
in force" (Heidegger 1993: 169, emphasis in the original) and "To be a work means to set up a world" (170).
(Bigelow was abidingly
diplomatic backstage, despite reporters repeatedly trying to coax her to dish about him.)
But the former tough guy mayor of Sofia has in recent months promoted a legion of women, heralding what some are calling a sexual revolution in the politics of this abidingly
macho Balkan country.
Nevertheless, what is abidingly
significant is the influence that the "father of the Reformation" had upon one of Anabaptism's most significant theologians.
Taking issue with the abidingly
anticommunist slant of most scholarship on the red-black connection, Miller ably documents not just the effectiveness of the ILD defense but also its widespread influence on popular opinion, which largely rejected the NAACP's reformism and red-baiting.
The eye of the believer in his experience of saving history alights first on the man Jesus of Nazareth, and on him in his fully human reality, in his death, in the absolute powerless[ness] and in the abidingly
definitive state which his reality and his fate have been brought to by God, something which we call his Resurrection, his glorification, his sitting at the right hand of the Father.
civil in the face of insults and injuries, but also always
The history of those practices, and the abidingly
strange rigid liquidity of glass itself, get a full hearing; among the book's consistent pleasures is its mastery of craft-language (like the euphonious "roundels of crown glass"  observed in a Durer engraving).
He shrugs when the term comes up in reference to the abidingly
serene feeling the house evokes.