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referentiality

(ˌrɛfəˌrɛnʃɪˈælɪtɪ)
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the quality or state of being referential or containing references
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He added that the elements of the political solution are clear, and the country has a political referentiality which is the resolution 2216 of the UN Security Council, the Gulf initiative, and the outcomes of the national dialogue.
Among his topics are presence and the question of evidence, signification: meaning and referentiality, traces of negation, the foundations of deconstruction: generalities at play, and the deconstruction of deconstruction: prelude to a metaphysics.
Their works exhibit their concerted efforts to abolish marginality and extend referentiality, exemplifying the postmodern East-West crossroads of cultures.
Perhaps the best way to describe the new paintings would be to say that they employ imagistic fragments with an improvisational liberty--a heady sense that anything can happen--that feels like a kind of abstraction by default, although there is no shying away from referentiality.
Throughout Oxen Rage, Gelman's evocations of materiality take special form as words that resist referentiality.
While criticism of the novel "has organized itself around referentiality," Widiss explores "cross-referentiality," which he suggests is "the most underappreciated mode of aesthetic play in the novel.
Showing how the realist novel inherently involves a paradox between representation and invention ("what Ian Watt referred to as the realism of referentiality, a 'full and authentic report of human experience,' but one that gets beyond the mere world of stuff' [4]), Schor cites the work of scholars including Watt, George Levine, Elizabeth Ermath, Robert Newsom, Nancy Armstrong, Catherine Gallagher, Roland Barthes, and Franco Moretti to define and test realistic fiction.
En el primero, <<Education as a social phenomenon: social interpretation in education>>, los autores recalcan la necesidad de lo social, de los procesos sociales como inherentes al proceso educativo <<The use of the internet, coexisting through the internet, as communities of reporters do, using and transforming virtual space implies converting the internet into a new social space-time in which there is not only referentiality to objetcts, but also interaction of subjects with space and with time>> (p.
These four forms of referentiality are multifaceted perspectives of looking at the elements of the text in which reader through his/her deep/underlying structures encounters.
The excess of shapes within the paintings appears to simultaneously evoke Matisse's cutouts and Picasso's "Guernica," with the playful ironic distance of post-modern referentiality.
bar]macarita was discovered in a single manuscript by the late and great scholar of Sanskrit and Bengali, Haraprasad Shastri, early in the last century, accompanied by a commentary without which much of the historical referentiality would be utterly obscure.
They disclaim the referentiality of their narrative "I" as their principle of unity, as if, in a Kantian mode, to declaim of themselves that autobiography "is not a genre or a mode, but a figure of reading or of understanding that occurs, to some degree, in all texts" (de Man, 'Autobiography" 70; emphasis added).