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Andreas Emmerling-Skala's vast Bacchus in der Renaissance is another paradigmatic German work both for the discipline from which it comes, classical philology, and for its definitive familiarity with the sources.
Enough, at least, to see Gehry in the past decade as not simply a transitional figure but a paradigmatic starting point in a shift toward another kind of compositional outgrowth of modernism, one that has been present from the beginning but that now takes its power from his unique combination of a formality and compositional intuitiveness.
This is an example of the text demonstrating the praxis of Johnson's paradigmatic process; as the text of Marx opposes the perception of his own position as an ideologue, it also supports the novel's synchronic allegory by showing that to interact with people in life and accept one's life experience are most important.
Spurred by the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008, the editor initiated a research project to explore how economic crises affect paradigmatic change.
He is principally concerned with how the use and function of rhetoric has evolved in presidential addresses over time, with particular attention to the relevance of findings to the paradigmatic "traditional/modern" divide in studies of the presidency.
AMY ADLER: In the paradigmatic First Amendment case, the government arrests somebody and throws him in jail for what he's said.
The book is divided into five sections, each of which ends with a discussion of paradigmatic examples.
The concepts of iconic recreation and paradigmatic representation are developed and used in theoretical analysis, along with frequent reference to movies and literature.
Needless to say, the most complex and confusing oscillations between these paradigmatic formations (which were already in place in the '20s) are more likely to communicate the difficulties of sculpture in the present than a puristic and insistent articulation of a single paradigm.
My synopsis may already make apparent one of the most valuable aspects of this book: Cox's account of the shift from the open dialogical dialogue to a more monological, didactic, even doctrinal species can serve as a paradigmatic history of the uses that were made in Cinquecento Italy not only of one literary genre but of several.
Finally, he assesses the extent to which European liberalism is approaching the paradigmatic model of the United States.
The alternate routes mapped by Kasimir Malevich and Marcel Duchamp became paradigmatic for the rest of our century.