bounteousness


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Indeed, while governments continue to bleat about the bounteousness of multimedia and the superhighway, their policy initiatives are very much based on corporate paradigms of success which bear little resemblance to the sorts of social overhaul imagined by Donna Haraway and others.
Ever ready to shake a hand, he seems assured, the epitome of the "hale fellow well met." But his habitation of the role signals that Timon's "bounteousness" is perhaps more manipulative than altruistic, a barrier that backfired, a ruse that didn't work out.
They produce the sentences that circumscribe them, and the moral and constitutional terms they use--"justice," "wisdom," "bounteousness"--constitute a reservoir of applications that in practice circumscribe the king.