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unchangeably the Self-same, by the abundant greatness of its Unity, -who
As I point out above, this Vision is, according to Blake, symbolic of what exists eternally and unchangeably. However, when Stephen turns to Aristotle in order to appropriate an idea of the eternal, he finds eternal change.
Fittingly, then, Anthony's conversion is framed as breaking out of the habit of being "unchangeably himself" (EG 24).
The determinacy of law is the idea that the development of the law is unchangeably dictated by existing legal doctrines, Solum, supra, at 473, as if the law were handed down from on high in the same way God gave Moses the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai, see Exodus 19:1-20:21.
While the methods used to wage war are constantly evolving, the nature and character of war remain deeply and unchangeably rooted in the nature of man.
Whereas 'the Romish Church is essentially and unchangeably adverse to public freedom', no coolie priesthood would undermine Protestant institutions, a coolie pope would not demand homage, and no coolie anathemas would thunder across a heretic world.
Their cheeks were sunken, their expression unchangeably fixed in horror, and their skins as white and dry as paper.' He also records that 'Their release was entirely due to the exertions of Captain O'Connor' (29)--to whom we shall return.
Unchangeably actual question remains: 'In what way and with which instruments is it possible to transfer assumptions of sustainable development concept and to use them at organizational level?'
By signaling a "dialogical relationship between present and past," the coinage avoids mystifying either tradition or anti-tradition: "Both those who hold to the detraditionalization thesis and those who support the notion of traditions being unchanging and unchangeably given, fail to recognize the dynamic process of rejuvenation and re-creation that has taken place across the centuries and continues today to give traditions ongoing life." (5) Copulating past and present, stasis and change, Irvin's theopoetic invention challenges fundamentalists on both the right and left: from traditionalists who revile change to modernists who revile tradition.
Should any partners dogmatically assert that they possess the entire experiential truth and can interpret it infallibly and unchangeably, no dialogue can take place.
The circulatory system within the human body is unchangeably tied to the body's growth.