The written text is a meditative instrument that finally, as contemplator
and contemplated merge, confounds one into a profound relationship with the Divine.
He is a contemplator
and observer who prefers the quiet and solitude of the country, though he has known the excitement of the big city.
The distinction between subject and object no longer exists in the contemplator
and s/he no longer suffers.
Theory is thus detached from the place of happiness occupied by a leisurely contemplator
(what Blumenberg calls "bliss") and becomes instead a mode of effort and concern for oneself aiming at security.
Nonetheless, this might allow the contemplator
to benefit from these terms in an area that did not interest Ricoeur, i.
It ennobles neither the sufferer nor the contemplator
Whether it is read by my contemporaries or by posterity matters not: let it await a reader for a hundred years, as God Himself has been ready for a contemplator
for six thousand years
Although Connie could most certainly still be described as a passive recipient in the first two sexual encounters with Parkin in the film, ironically she is imagined as assertive in her role as active observer or at least contemplator
Rousseau shows us the aesthetic subject not as producer but as one now contemplator
, having been artist.
Baudelaire described Woman as "a divinity, a star, which presides at all the conceptions of the brain of man; a glittering conglomeration of all the graces of Nature, condensed into a single being; the object of the keenest admiration and curiosity that the picture of life can offer its contemplator
Through stage fluctuation was expected, the therapist's goals during these first few weeks with Jamie were that he eventually enter therapy most consistently as a contemplator
Do something if you want to be a peacemaker, not a peace contemplator