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With respect to the world-time parallel the issue is whether the disanalogies are of a kind that undercut the claims of Rini and Cresswell that the two dimensions ought to be treated alike metaphysically.
It's like, I'm wearing this double-breasted jacket, to metaphysically reflect my relationship with Dawson: a good fit, and cosy, but kind of restrcting, you know?
Slides will depict paintings ranging from the powerful but often painfully raw expressionistic works of Graves in his 20s to the sophisticated, metaphysically charged images of birds singing in the moonlight, joyous young pines, snakes dancing under the moon and wounded gulls crying into the night of his 30s, 40s and 50s - and finally, to the serene and radiantly beautiful flower paintings that were Graves' primary concern for the last three decades of his life.
From Kant, de Wette acquired conceptual tools that allowed him to transpose the content of his faith into impregnable philosophical abstractions, while Schelling's romantic idea of the Absolute enabled him to recast his faith in a form at once emotionally and metaphysically compelling.
Yet she herself said as much: "Men are metaphysically the dominant sex"; "an ideal woman is a man-worshiper, and an ideal man is the highest symbol of mankind.
Taking its theme as whatever divides us - culturally, politically, sexually, even metaphysically - ``Bordertown'' was custom-built for the San Diego Repertory Theatre, where it premiered.
Unfortunately, Tony Blair's philosophy of the Third Way, which would have been metaphysically and ideologically appropriate, has been ignored in favour of some very old-Labour inspired legislation.
Though it is metaphysically grounded, in Lisska's view, natural law theory provides an ethics "within the limits of reason alone" and cannot be dismissed as dependent on theological (i.
The celebration of the body in blues culture represents a stronghold of rebellion against a mainstream ideology that characterizes the human being as metaphysically flawed.
There is a similar moment in Nelson's reading of Poe's Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym (1838), when she relies on a simplistic reading of the overdetermined whiteness of the Antarctic as figuring "the white colonist's right - physically and metaphysically - to the South Sea" (97), thus overlooking the intense fear and ambivalence with which the text presents what Nelson calls this "litany of 'white'" (106).
Whether her subject is a photographer trying to take a picture of a group of schoolchildren, a bored housewife spending a rainy afternoon in bed with the stranger she met that morning at the bakery, or a child paralyzed by the memory of the boat accident in which his younger brother was drowned, Saumont constantly sets off their internal worlds of life-or-death trauma against the metaphysically annoying fact that, however they feel about it, life around them and for them, as for everybody else, simply has to keep going on.