Hence, there have been a plethora of studies examining different aspects of the development of children's factuality
judgments, many of which interrogated their assessment of the distinctions between mental and physical entities, improbable and impossible events.
As the afternoon wore on, he began to feel himself straining more and more after an idea that would release those old notes from their raw factuality
and transform them into a puzzle for his imagination to solve.
Wilhelm's novel is less interested in heterosexist masculinity (though does not ignore it, as I will discuss), but her imitation of Hemingway suggests that she may have seen something in his style of apparent factuality
with underlying ambiguity that was useful for her own tale.
On the other hand, barring us from some factuality
regarding Barnes's complex familial and romantic relationships that might facilitate an understanding of her published texts cuts away much of the already slim ground of interpretation on which we stand.
The narrator obviously over-emphasises the precision and exactitude of her fictionalising, in order to call even more attention to the problematic nature of factuality
It shows a more plausible motion to emphasize the linear silhouette emanating from the body based on factuality
You have to answer to its factuality
," says Sorkin.
Editor's note: the factuality
of the below article cannot be confirmed and no attempt has been made to do so.
6) Here care does not indicate an affective state but signals only the sheer factuality
of being's concern with the world and with others in it.
Despite the prevalence of these claims, Chun Lin's rigorously intelligent and provocative book The Transformation of Chinese Socialism asks us to rethink both the factuality
and the normative desirability of socialism's disappearance.
He turns to the history of Wellington House, with its commitment to propaganda constituted by factual information--though the very concept of factuality
becomes contested--to develop the intersection between modernism and propaganda, which culminates in a reading of Heart of Darkness alongside Conrad's propaganda essay for the Admiralty from 1916, "The Unlighted Coast.
This reflection suggests a connection between Benjamin and Agamben, whose examination of potentiality focuses on infancy as the locus of a fracture but also a dynamics between a pre-existing linguistic mode (the voice, in this case) and the factuality
of embodied, uttered language.