Numerous reasons have been explicated for the international appeal and success of K-pop, but it also is important to understand that the transnational and transcultural fandom of K-pop cannot be confined solely to its metavisual aesthetics that creatively syncretize
various genres of global popular music such as Black soul and J-pop.
Fojas follows the premise that "empire demands a story," persuasively arguing that the major narratives of empire "concretize and syncretize
the range of audience fantasies, desires, and emotions associated with each insular holding" (8).
46) Physics as Gates describes it leaps from the dull, traditional Western curriculum to syncretize
with the history of intelligence, grace, artistry, and expansiveness of Africa and African peoples.
, in this approach, actions that interface teaching, research and extension within the Institutional Program for Introduction to Teaching--Pibid (12)--Portuguese, maintained at the Federal University of Santa Catarina with scholarships from Capes/MEC and coordinated by us from July 2010 to March 2013.
Both scenes visually syncretize
the fundamental biblical analogies of sowing and harvesting the Word of the Lord with the topographical features of the land of Malaysia.
Ruppel rejects an adverbial source for this construction and, since the genitive and dative syncretize
from an early date, finds it conceivable that a datival use fed the genitive absolute, but was then itself lost.
While most great religious and ethical systems have basic precepts in common, such as the value of charity, benevolence and truth, they also contain much--especially in their respective ideas of "last things" and ultimate ends--that simply cannot be syncretised, There is no way the Christian promise of eternal life can be combined with the Buddhist promise of eventual eternal non-existence, Nor can a Christian, however kindly he or she may feel towards people of other religions, or however ardently he or she may work or pray for their salvation, admit that non-Christian religions are valid, Nonetheless, huge efforts were made to syncretize
different and incompatible religions, It is not surprising that irrationality and anti-rationality resulted.
In most cases, Indigenous Peoples live out the Christian faith in creative, symbiotic ways; they synthesize or syncretize
the different faiths together, for the sake of living well and Well-being in their communities.
And observe how the author of a textbook likewise purports to syncretize
all judicial decisions on a given topic, to ensure that somehow they all fit together and that they do not contradict one another.
Thirteen percent of the languages in the sample syncretize
all three spatial roles (pattern L=G=S).
In Chapter 2 Tobias Gregory examines Petrarch's Africa and Vida's Christiad, presenting the former as a failed attempt to syncretize
Christian and classical notions of heaven, and outlining the latter's attempts to create a Virgilian retelling of Scripture.
Faithful vision is "a belief in sacred, spiritual, and supernatural agency that saves the race and furthers the purposes of individuals who adhere to this agency; it is culturally inscribed as a primal-type racial symbol diversely accessed by people in terms of gender and individuality and by religious denominations and communities that sometimes syncretize
Christianity and voodoo / hoodoo" (4).