eulogism

eulogism

an expression of praise or blessing as used in a eulogy. — eulogization, n. — eulogistic, adj.
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Possibility is the component of the meaning of 'freedom' that James sees as overshadowed by eulogism.
If he'll only outgrow the wish of self-glorification; if he'll only learn that stupendous assumptions of zest, overwhelming apostrophes, and heaped and multiplied eulogisms, spring not from zest but are only hunger for it and a disguise of emotional emptiness or of a huge emotional conflict, then--but he can throw empires away and still be a kingdom" (301).
At first glance it might appear thai the first and last of these eulogisms merely repeat one another, but in fact Blount is making two different points.