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(As Harold Bloom notes in a general context [2007a: 12], deconstruction of the conventional discourse of heroism may well contribute to Nathaniel Hawthorne's ultimate artistic legacy.) As indicated earlier, rather than exciting a literal stalking version of the Othello syndrome, for instance, Hawthorne seems to advertise through the immediate story of Wakefield the propaedeutic merits of perspectival reversal as such: "[He] gathers courage to pause and look ...
Secondly mathematics as such started to serve as propaedeutics for the study of philosophy.
for the further development of Kant's philosophy [that] cannot be overestimated," (13) since it evidently "made Kant realize" that "two books would be necessary before he would be able to return to metaphysics." (14) These books would have to articulate propaedeutics for practical reason and for the metaphysics of natural science.
Laboratorial propaedeutics, acccording to second and third trimestres of gestation.
During the clinical education they practice, accumulate, develop and automate what they have already learned, while the students from the traditional curriculum begin acquiring clinical skills and build clinical reasoning a year later in the course of "Propaedeutics of the Internal Diseases" and "Propaedeutics of the Surgical Diseases".
Keywords: Clement of Alexandria, Philosophy, Culture, Propaedeutics, Knowledge, Historicity, Biblical Hermeneutics, Demonstration of Faith.
Finally, it is also called Propaedeutics of Theology, which means the body of principles introductory to the science of theology" (Joseph Henry Fichter, Textbook in Apologetics [Milwaukee: Bruce, [1951 (2)] 1).