He might dissect, anatomize
, and give names; but, not to speak of a final cause, causes in their secondary and tertiary grades were utterly unknown to him.
Nonetheless, implementation of this alleged 'Cultural Hegemony' specifically within IR as a main source of 'Soft Power'; is assumed as one of the most neglected facets of mega events in which this paper seeks to anatomize
The actors' differing approaches invite us to anatomize
the variations and the samenesses of anticipation and apprehension: One woman flees the room directly after hanging up; a man paces in an agitated manner or hums happily to himself; a child sits eerily still whether the news is good or bad (he seems beamed in from a Stephen King tale).
Vesalius himself offers a recipe for preparing bodies for dissection, and he tells us that Galen was reluctant himself to flay the apes he was about to anatomize
The book finds room to deify his mother, anatomize
his painful convalescence, recall his boyhood and remembered landscapes, eulogize his daughter, and conjure dripping faucets, walks in the Venice fog, violets and violins.
This definition encompasses so many fascinating ideas, concepts, and notions that no review could anatomize
them all, but that Rossi, in less than three hundred pages, probes in commendable detail.
And the task of these graver stories is to anatomize
grief, literally to trace grief even in the anatomy (the heart, the stomach), and the)' do that memorably.
The Butcher's credentials as a natural historian are nearly complete, requiring only that he prove his knowledge, an opportunity afforded by the sounds of the Jubjub bird, whom he proceeds to anatomize
In a fascinating, brooding essay, Michael Bryson uses negative theology to anatomize
how each character constructs his or her own version of God, and each version misses the point, because God cannot be encompassed.
He also tries to anatomize
the Gothic turn in cultural and literary criticism which he is correct to say (from Freud to Barthes to Zizek) has always orgiastically celebrated the pleasures of Gothic subversion and its potential for unsettling linear temporality, self/other binaries, and the phallogocentrism of Western thinking generally.
The ivory tower becomes is effect still another abominable laboratory in which to anatomize
the canon and the logos, as well as the values and the character of liberal education.
Taking her data from the OED, the Thesaurus of Old English, as well as the ongoing Dictionary of Old English, and the Historical Thesaurus project based at Glasgow, together with a wide range of other sources (including an abundant array of register-specific dictionaries), Coleman has assembled almost 400 pages of text which anatomize
the sense-relationships of the English lexicon within what are, as she states, `the emotional and contractual relationships most central to human society'.