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He began by writing comic novels but became famous for his anarchically satirical journalism.
Here, warriors and magicians band together or compete anarchically to win wealth and reputation.
The recorded sounds of the dictator's yawn is shown to put the larger constituency--who cannot be present, but can now listen at home--asleep, a development which Bresson rather anarchically documents in a series of shots of people in discrete spaces connected only by radio as they fall asleep, one after another.
Juxtaposed to this 'Will of Society', stand the millions of independent 'wills', desires, and objectives, anarchically coordinated through 'the market', whenever that set of institutions broke through the barriers and limits placed by 'command'.
From the freedom songs of the Civil Rights Movement to the anarchically creative tactics deployed by anti-WTO protestors at the "Battle in Seattle," Reed (American studies, Washington State U.
Indeed, such irreconcilable conflicts would seem to give rise to precisely what Walzer claims is the primary problem of independent and sovereign states operating anarchically at the global level: war.
A more anarchically individualist version of the thymotic idea appears also in Thomas Hobbes's Leviathan [1651].
Its institutional commitments lead it to resist arrangements that are either centralized and unaccountable on the one hand or anarchically diffuse on the other.
The only function of the law would then be to conceal its own criminal inception, and it is this attempt that renders legality anarchically coercive and tautological: it only answers to its own authority (1995: 43-46).
But OA self-archiving grows anarchically, article by article.
I am unable to resist these clusters of recollection, these adhesive elements that the impact of a cherished image hurriedly, anarchically condenses around itself; bizarre poetic stereotypes that, in our imagination, coagulate around a childhood vision in a jumble of fragments of poetry, painting, or music.
At every turn of his narrative, through poetic effusion, intellectual camraderie, or the pursuit of well-being in the business of culture, they seek to evade the desperate energy of their "wild bodies," Wyndham Lewis's apt term for his own anarchically gyrating satirical puppets (see The Wild Body (1927)).