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In recent months, several critics, without mention of the exegetic dissonance I discuss here, have viewed Canelo's recent books as milestones in her evolving metapoetic discourse.
who gives the entire Scripture its true meaning" and leaning on Him, the enraptured, listening feminine soul, the ultimate charismatic model for the student of Claudel's exegetics.
It is also insufficient for us to make--except in emergencies and perhaps for day-to-day interaction--decisions based only on what we think is there: what we think is an exegetic analysis.
The abuse theory must be placed in the context of a flourishing civilian doctrine that opposes the exegetic method and juridical subjectivism.
New Zealand psychologist Richard Kammann, who would be one of three members to resign from CSICOP as a result of these events, would write in an exegetic essay on the Gauquelin affair:
Figure 10 provides a comparison of the compression efficiency of hydrogen compressors providing exegetic efficiency greater than 80% and capability to easily attain pressures up to 10,000 psi or 700 bars.
22) Sub imperiul vointei legiuitorului, omul de stiinta isi limita activitatea exclusiv la campul exegetic, adica el descria dreptul scris si nimic mai mult.
77) Rather, his espoused exegetic principle involves "a living encounter of the texts within the encounter of religions, resulting in a further articulation of implicit meanings which these texts would not reveal unless they are mutually exposed to each other's illuminating disclosures.
And third, it rejects the exegetic 'violence of abstraction' by foregrounding faith and praxis toward the realization of a local/ global community that is more equitable, just and sustainable from within the church and beyond.
The Spell of the Logos: Origen' s Exegetic Pedagogy in the Contemporary Debate regarding Logocentrism.
First is the "impression," second is "the exegetic," and third is "the judgement.
15:13 was constitutive for the understanding of Balthasar Hubmaier's exegetic use of the Holy Scipture; he relied on this passage as soon as the October dispute in Zurich in 1523, when the assembly dealt with the abolition of the idolatry (Gotzemoerk).