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6) Indeed, close scrutiny will reveal that, in taking up these distinctly commentarial positions with all their political implications, despite his disavowal to the contrary, Dara validated not merely the orthodoxy of the Sirr-i Akbar as well as his very own doctrinal compliance, but he also set before his readers in the Mughal court the argument that, since religion is a gift of God, religious inclusivism is God's wish and the expectation of Islamic rulership.
The commentarial template offers Ban Zhao a literary strategy to impart her recommended techniques: she cites two canonical texts and then defines their meaning.
American Indian cultural items should be combined with historical and contemporary photographs and graphic text of Native peoples, narrative and commentarial, relevant to the themes of the exhibit.
Every op-ed scold therefore is free to speculate about what women outside the commentarial really think of this fight they may not know they're fighting.
Gentz concludes, "the commentarial assumption that ritual is a basic principle of text composition show a certain understanding of the nature of a text.
author's intrusions The narrator's commentarial excursuses in the present tense; the term is not Genette's coinage, it has been used since Blin and Brombert (ND, 94n).
does not tarry over this prevalent counterposition when programmatically reasserting the status purae naturae of commentarial Thomism.
Paul Holmes, a radio and television broadcaster in New Zealand, said that the trouble occurred because he offended the commentarial and opinion makers.
Peimin Ni's essay on gongfu is exemplary in deriving results in harmony with the interpretive choices of many of the contributors to this volume in a fashion more informed by the existing commentarial tradition.
333-34) the confusion in the Pali commentarial tradition and in the Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit and Tibetan parallels to Theragatha 1229 caused by the uncertainty about the case of the -e endings in that verse.
Subsequently, over a period of about three hundred years before Buddhism was wiped out in India by the Muslim Mughals from Persia, the Tibetan government and wealthy Tibetans undertook to translate the Buddhist literature of India, both the word of the Buddha and the commentarial tradition, that the Indians had amassed in more than a millennium since the time of the Buddha.