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However, Kierkegaard (1813-1855) is not totally correct when he claims that the crowd (and by crowd we hope he means the community) renders the individual completely impenitent and irresponsible.
I am very worried as this is heading towards impenitent polarizations," he said.
Whereas Pride and Prejudice closes with at least one wholly impenitent figure who refuses assimilation to the established order--"Lydia was Lydia still; untamed, unabashed, wild, noisy, and fearless" (348)--the final chapter of Mansfield Park seemingly attempts to eliminate all dissonance.
Immediately after hearing Unten's impenitent Japanese patriotism, Nakamatsu sees Adan, who has exactly the same clothes and demeanor as his own.
At one time, most American Lutheranism offered only a conditional absolution--promising forgiveness to the penitent but also threatening judgment to the impenitent.
L'art du cinema, depuis vingt ans defenseur impenitent des causes oubliees, poursuit sa tache dans ce numero anniversaire en proposant a l'etude des films longtemps laisses pour compte, negliges en leur temps ou perdus de vue, et qui pourtant, vus aujourd'hui, nous parlent avec vigueur.
In his lectures on law and gospel, Walther told his seminary students: "Do not proclaim forgiveness of sins to impenitent and secure sinners.
The strengths of this novel are its plot, its remarkably perceptive characterizations, its impenitent emotionality and its omnipresent sense of hope.
If we find a blatant, recalcitrant, impenitent infringer, it's not beyond the realm of possibility that we could take an action to trial.
La suite de l'episode introduit le personnage Eumolpe, poete misereux et incompris, pedagogue et pedophile a ses heures, filou impenitent, qui accompagnera Encolpe dans la suite de ses aventures.
The impenitent English popularizer Vaughan Williams is said to have replied that he wrote the Missa Solemnis "sitting on his bum.
superfluous, perverse, fickle, negative and impenitent .