If before going to the d'Urbervilles' she had vigorously moved under the guidance of sundry gnomic
texts and phrases known to her and to the world in general, no doubt she would never have been imposed on.
The "Precepts of Chiron" was a didactic poem made up of moral and practical precepts, resembling the gnomic sections of the "Works and Days", addressed by the Centaur Chiron to his pupil Achilles.
1): `If a man sow evil, he shall reap evil,' indicates a gnomic element, and the note by Proclus (7) on "Works and Days" 126 makes it likely that metals also were dealt with.
In another section on "focalization and information" (56-60), issues of omniscience, prolepsis, gnomic
utterance, but also mind-telling, are taken up.
Fallon is at his best when he trusts the more gnomic
side of the impulse that drives his work.
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time interval ([[DELTA].
So, then, let me begin with a few general and slightly gnomic
remarks about conceptualization.
Among them there will be some who will be seeking any grounds for optimism they can extract from Netanyahu's gnomic
use of that single word"Achen".
He compares these examples of gnomic
wisdom with Paul's parenesis in Romans 12, pointing out crucial differences between Paul and the Sages.
He was blazingly ambitious, yet also a gnomic
guru in his own mind.
The third and last such triptych is a response to Heraclitus's aphorism, "You cannot step into the same river twice"; its literary sources also include the works of the gnomic
Argentine novelist Jorge Luis Borges and the brilliant psychologist and cognitive linguist Steven Pinker, whose poetic and influential treatise The Language Instinct offers what could be the epigraph to many of Argue's works: "Speech is a river of breath, bent into hisses and hums by the soft flesh of the mouth and throat.
Dorn's theoretical poetry sidesteps the regularizing tendencies of philosophical vocabulary ("phenomenology"), proposing instead to invoke the concept of experiential immediacy by humorous devices such as offering gnomic
paradoxes--"speed is not necessarily fast.