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Social Epistemic Facilitators (1) Solvers (1) Suggesters (1) Seekers (1) Challengers (1) Commentators (2) Shepherds (2) Theorizers (2) Conversationalists (2) Creators (2) Validators (2) Philosophers (2) Summarizers (2) Summarizers (2) Figure 2.
Negligible as fiction, it is a spot-on impersonation of a Shakespeare theorizer; the author even finds Marlowe referring, obligingly, to the very theory he has postulated.
In this context, of the learners questioned: 70.8% describe themselves as Reflective; 67.2% see themselves as Theorizers; 66.1 % consider themselves as Pragmatic; and 58% perceive themselves as being Activist.
Salsini's stylistic and narrative analysis of Serao's Gothic and verista veins also evokes the contradictory aesthetics of Luigi Capuana, who was both the theorizer of "verismo" and a practitioner of the occult.
Working with this topic and the few threadbare facts that can be drawn out about it, any theorizer would have to stretch the strands, which is what we can see happening, for instance on pages 59-60 in the defence of William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke as the beloved friend W.
But then, whilst there is no consistency about this, there are several indications that McGann (and perhaps Weller too, since he is responsible for the dramas) is really an old softy - this prolific textual and critical theorizer allows himself, in the Introduction to Vol.
Although Pales was not, as Parra assumed the reputation of being, a theorizer about poetry, on varying interpretive levels a good number of Pales's poems are about the nature of poetry.
Even in the infinite case I believe our method of contraction, proceeding as it does along the lines of justification delineated within the theory concerned, is a sounder and more realistic account of what ought to go on, and of what probably does go on, in the mind of a competent theorizer. It is a very 'predicative'(36) procedure, unlike those of Gardenfors et al.
In America, realism became an important movement in the 1880s with William Dean Howells as its leading theorizer and Henry James as one of its main practitioners.
Moreover, throughout the late 1970s and into the '80s it was Stead, not Loney or Wystan Curnow, who stood as the fearsome theorizer and doctrinaire 'modernist' of New Zealand poetry in the eyes of conservative mainstream poets like Fleur Adcock and Lauris Edmond.
(Alongside Pandian's references to ethnographic film, Hollis Frampton and Dan Graham come to mind.) In this sense, Pandian's disorienting visuality infects the interpretive register--nowhere more so than in his crepuscular 2008 film Developer, where the "metaphysical subtleties and theological niceties" that reification solicits (to quote the chief theorizer of the commodity fetish) are hauntingly articulated.
He was an articulate theorizer of Black Power, and he made it very clear that the concept does not refer to a state of a pigmentation (skin colour) attached to the negroid races.