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|Farrar, Straus and Giroux, for the quotation from Fritz Stern's Five Germa- nies I |
have known. Harper Collins for quote ... and Social Action. Minneapolis Institute
of Arts for permission to print Pierre Bonnard's xvi Mourning, Memory and Life
|“My involvement in Deacon's life really began with a call from Susan.” Pat |
repeated ... Do you mind if I frame some of my conversation with Susan in
quotation, even if they are only the closest I can come to our actual words?” Pat
interrupted the ...
|A Comprehensive Inquiry Into the Nature, Origin, and Fabrication of Life Robert |
Rosen ... The antipathies generated by the duality itself are only symptoms of a
far deeper situation, which has roots partly in specific subject matter, partly in
individual aspirations ... The second quotation is due to Robert Hutchins, a man
no less clever than Rutherford: A social scientist is a person who counts
|In discussion following a recent seminar presentation on this theme of emergent |
forms of life, another excellent ... The first part of the quotation apparently comes
from Leriche's contribution to Volume 6 of the Encyclope ́die Franc ̧aise ...
|... but also a narrative style that is markedly more conventional than what he |
would later employ.63 A quotation from De afbreker bouwt op from 1947 simply
reveals just how quickly Boon's pseudo-primitive narrative style evolved during
|The following quotation from Guthrie (1962) is instructive: The factthat Aristotle |
wasableto equate Pythagorean mimesis with Plato's notion of physical objectsas“
sharing in” the Ideas(whichPlato himself elsewhere describes as “patterns” ...
|Short narratives probe man's soul to reveal his conflicting emotions, motives, and desires and his tortured struggle for salvation|
|1695. teach man to concentrate himself upon the moments of a life that is itself |
but a moment. The Picture of Dorian Gray (SC, p145) 1696. To stake all one's life
on a single moment, to risk everything on one throw, whether the stake be power
Russell Vandenbroucke - 2001 - Preview
|... more like Life than Life itself, which has a way (Life itself that is) of being |
similarly tricky and Janus-faced. And dialectical: every baldly stated opinion and
apercu immediately provokes an argument, which is the joy of the brief quotation,
|In this quotation Möglichkeitsmenschen are described from the point of view of |
people who do not understand the ... In the following lengthy quotation Ulrich's
life-problem reveals itself as intricately interwoven with the question of epic ...