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But because it concentrates the intellect, will, and passions on a similitude of human action, poetic knowledge hugs closer than abstract theorizing to the contours of moral reality.
So the scientific writer would imagine various commonsense similitudes to illustrate the uncertainty principle or the particlelike properties of light waves, and so forth.
Les rencontres et les convergences tant des situations et des problematiques que des cadres theoriques et des methodologies ont toutefois permis de proceder a des comparaisons qui ne sont pas "forcees," prenant acte de similitudes reelles.
Moreover, when Wink, for example, states that "in the Similitudes of Enoch this apotheosis of the human reaches its apex when the human Enoch is upgraded to the angel Metatron" (62), he is misled by the presence of similar elements, so much so as to assume the presence of a much later system in a much earlier text.
Des recherches futures devront preciser differences et similitudes en termes theoriques plus comparables.
Selon ce dernier, il y a des similitudes entre ces deux evenements qui se rapportent a la foi.
Un meme jour, a une meme heure, on remarque cependant des similitudes entre les tarifs de banques et ceux de bureaux: 10,55 (BMCE et BMCI); 10,52 (Credit du Maroc); 10,53 (Societe generale); 10,55 contre 10,66 (b.
Earlier scholars picked earlier dates for the Similitudes of Enoch [chapters 37-71 in 1 Enoch).
He comes to this conclusion through a study of the term similitudo, which Aquinas often uses to designate both the species and the inner word; they are similitudes of the quiddities of things (p.
545-58), which relates the exempla and similitudes of the Tractatus (omitting the `rationes' and `auctoritates') to the standard handbooks by Tubach and Aarne/ Thompson, whilst also providing a concordance of Berlioz's new numbering of Stephen's exempla with other systems that have been used in the past, in particular that of Lecoy de la Marche (which is still used in the introduction to this edition).
Yet the third section of the work is filled with commandments, and many of the Similitudes end with prescriptive teaching.