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The Christian answer, nourished by what David Tracy has called "the analogical imagination,"(8) is that the Other (the outsider, the stranger, the alien), too, no less than onself and the members of one's family or tribe or nation, is a "child" of God--God the creator and sustainer of the universe, imag(in)ed, analogically, as loving "parent"(9)--and is therefore a "sister" or "brother.
Since unity-in-diversity is analogical judgment, Aristotle says that a science explains how principles relate to the subject matter analogically.
This sense appears analogically in aesthetic creations.
ii) The value-foregrounding meso-construction in English splits into two microconstructions but both conform to a metonymy driven and motivated weakly compositional pattern of semantic configuring with the overall interpretation of manner modification which is highly analogically potent, while in Bulgarian the constructs actualizing the participant-foregrounding micro-construction are fully lexicalized and are characterized by greater semantic idiosyncrasy;
While we do often attribute thought to higher animals and pre-verbal infants, we might do it either analogically or on the presumption that non-linguistic thought is possible.
Key ideas in the media studies of Marshall McLuhan are inaccessible or unintelligible to the contemporary reader without a proper understanding of the way grammar influenced his work, including the analogically patterned conceptions of media as environments, media as language, and media as human extension.
The maximum bearing capacity in this case is calculated analogically to the preceding cases.
The content of these compounds were growing from the second to fourth year of plant vegetation, analogically to the mass increment.
Analogically, the stability boundary locus can be obtained by means of ([k.
Each type of joke, that is, corresponds analogically to a type of innovative action, which Virno respectively terms entrepreneurship and exodus.
He analogically relates questions surrounding the controversial cleaning of Michelangelo's frescos in the Sistine Chapel to the texts that were added to the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, based on discoveries in the Dead Sea Scrolls (see 1 Sam.