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While the sonnet insists that an only child is better off with the mother's "strong entireness," the meter questions whether there is such a thing as too much.
It demands heart, brain, soul, body, the entireness of its votary.
19) But philosophy is not a dialogic discourse around separated and inert 'things' that have to be ordered in a system of rational connections; rather, it is a monologic form of expression and being, although traversing the world's heteronomy of facts, does not allow for any subjective consciousness to legitimate the possess of its threatening entireness.