As he acutely focuses on the interiority
of his individualized self, Ruebner poeticizes a philosophical exploration on subjectivity, beauty and aesthetics, death and memory, and the unique relationship between place and dislocation that is so central to an immigrant's worldview.
In Mexico, the focus is on centers of maize research where genetic techniques are both revealing and manipulating the interiority
That inner life, and human interiority
in general, necessarily lie outside of History, according to both Levinas and Fondane.
Tonight and tomorrow, 7pm, The Sabai Pavillion, 0871 7050705 FILM A Quiet Passion Emily Dickinson's life was one of great interiority
, never marrying and confining herself to the town where she was born.
This compelling reading is buoyed by the study of early modern interiority
spearheaded by scholars like Katharine Maus, Catherine Belsey, and Jean Howard.
long for : the interiority
we create by reading is rich and lonely.
Underlying all of these discussions is Morgan's broader contention that the shaping force within modernity in its varied aspects is not primarily that of rationalism but rather of imagination and interiority
In its best moments, the novel is reminiscent of the interiority
of Virginia Woolf's stories, where flashes of personal insight are searing and perplexing but ultimately ignored.
The experienced actress wisely opted to do this not with facile volume and intensity, but with greater interiority
, depth and irony.
I will make use of three categories: interiority
, subjectivity, intellectuality.
When I work in portraiture, the process is particularly driven by this physicality, and the resulting images are often concerned with interiority
Third, to cross this threshold, I build on Lonergan's reflections on generalized empirical method and interiority
, which helps us understand how communication among diverse modes of reasoning is possible.