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He's stubbornly written sublime, thoughtful, hilarious and transcendently beautiful songs, with humour, intelligence and heart, completely outside of mainstream pop, when he wasn't writing soundtracks to animated kids movies.
Thus, when the grandmother and her family have an "ACCIDENT!" (CW 146) and meet up with The Misfit and his crew of escaped felons, the whole family is murdered before the grandmother realizes that the man standing before her, the person who "'can't make what all [he] done wrong fit what all [he] gone through in punishment'" is, morally, transcendently, "'one of [her] own children'" (CW 152).
(3) To answer, Aquinas, in part, reaches back to the opposite end of existence and works from minerals (non-living things) up the hierarchy of being to plants, animals, men, angels, and finally God, who exists infinitely and transcendently above his creation.
Realists argued that universais, general concepts, exist really, independent of human thought, either transcendently (Plato's view) or immanently in the examples of the universal or species (Aristotle's view).
In such a vision, the cosmos appears to the human being both as divine light to see (the universe is a theophany of light revealing God who is an invisible light) and light that must be unseen precisely because this light veils the dark light or "luminous darkness" of the transcendently invisible divine light.
"And the choir members are absolutely loving every minute of this transcendently beautiful music."
"transcendently significant opinion," (2) a "thunderclap
At this point, you might resist Balbus view on the grounds that the Stoic god, while not transcendently omnipotent, has no constraints on the qualities he can give to matter.
"The spectacle of sex is never very dignified but when you are engaged in it seems transcendently sublime," the Telegraph quoted Banville as telling the BBC.
As Robert Wess notes, "the core critique of centrism is that discourses are situated, not transcendently centrist, because they are composed by human beings in concrete circumstances ...
relief Plaintiffs seek reveal[] the transcendently legislative nature of
In chapter 4, "Staging the Judith Jinx: Heads or Tales?" Hillman presents the phenomenon signaled in the title, which he defines as follows: "the experience by avatars of Holofernes of a seductive femininity transcendently equipped to turn their swords against them" (65).