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Arendt casts Lessing in the favorable light of her own philosophy, while hinting at a less favorable opposite of inwardness or worldalienated retreat.
They who have embodied and lived out the agape with 'genuine human depth, warmth, inwardness, tenderness...
The location has been dedicated to healing, serenity, and inwardness for nearly four centuries, and today guests may stay in the 17th-century cloister.
Markus Poschner and the orchestra (the clue's in the name) clearly know their stuff and this was a gripping performance both in moments of inwardness and intimacy - the solo oboe's lonely cry in the opening movement - and when Bruckner (as Caesar) lets loose his orchestral legions as the finale bursts forth.
He lacks inwardness and therefore is terrified by the possibility of anxiety.
More than that, it represents a positive outlook on the world that is at odds with the inwardness of populist discourse.
Even in works bearing no representational motif to clue the viewer into the painting's feeling-tone, inwardness was evoked through the nuances of grayed-out color and a propensity toward a woolgatherer's reiterative yet unsystematic mark-making.
Before her illness, she had seen faith as a collection of "notions that did not begin to make sense." Afterward, she saw God as "a toppling over into [her own] inwardness."
The Truth Within: A History of Inwardness in Christianity, Hinduism, and Buddhism.
The author has organized the main body of his text in eighteen chapters devoted to his theory of curriculum as it relates to study, allegory, internationalization, nationalism, technology, reform, misrepresentation, conversation, place, emergence, alterity, discipline, identity, resolve, decolonization, inwardness, individuality, and cosmopolitanism.
To put it another way, piety prevents human beings from defining the world in terms of their needs and desires but orients human inwardness toward the holy.
The Romantics stood against the horrible realities of the Industrial Revolution and were all about absolute inwardness. They were also canny entrepreneurs and in- vented popular fiction to cre- ate as big a market as possible for their stories.