from the concrete and developed a perspective that enabled him to conceive of grace as a distinct order of being beyond the order of nature.
In spite of Kant's endeavour, they were neither to be prescinded
In short, in 1940s films, characters and their relations with one another seem somehow already prescinded
from the narrative's social setting.
This last point brings me to another question Paul Smith asked of Debra Moddelmog that I prescinded
until this moment: regarding the "self-reflexivity" she finds created by Nick as implied author, Moddelmog asks, "`Are we trying to make him "one of us'"--to which Smith replies, "First, yes, we are trying to make Hemingway `one of us,' as every critical generation has, and has to, to earn its critical stripes" (146; citing Moddelmog's letter).
Similarly, boys prescinded
from an environment full of the one thing most interesting to them - young females in sexual bloom - are much better able to concentrate on their school work.
A political eudaimonism that prescinded
from freedom would be just a tyranny of the intellectuals who defined what happiness was--a parody of Plato's Republic (73-4).
7) At the same time, LaCugna believed that Rahner's clarion call for a renewal of trinitarian theology required the construction of a trinitarian paradigm that prescinded
from the very language of the economic Trinity and the immanent Trinity that Rahner had used.