The author of "Zarathustra" never lost sight of that egregious example of a transvaluation of all values through Christianity, whereby the whole of the deified mode of life and thought of the Greeks, as well as strong Romedom, was almost annihilated or transvalued
in a comparatively short time.
The culture/ nature binary, and, implicitly, its correlative polarities, England/Ireland, male/ female, are challenged and sometimes transvalued
in the presentation of admirable and even heroic Irish characters in sympathy with the natural world as well as with all cultural "outsiders.
Nineteenth-century monitors wanted to read her melancholy tinge as peculiar to her, or at least containable as a "feminine" hallmark that could be transvalued
into patient suffering, a pattern female heroinism.
rescored, reinvigorated, and transvalued
in order to confront and
6) In The Open, Giorgio Agamben elaborates on the Gnostic Marcion's "undervaluation and condemnation of nature as the work of the bad Demiurge" According to Agamben, the "saved night" is Benjamin's name for a transvalued
nature, a "nature that has been given back to itself, whose character .
In the romantic tradition, wilderness, the feminine, and the primitive other may be transvalued
, but often the same colonialist assumptions are left in tact.
In the ideal of fully mature Christianity, all the horizontal conversion types are transvalued
by the spiritual conversion, which is itself ongoing as the process of the matrix of conversions goes forward.
29) Deeply influenced by this vision, Kallen transvalued
"spirit" and "culture" by defining them as forces engendering mutual understanding and accelerating cultural amalgamation.
Gradually, this encounter with the divine transvalued
the inner horizon from which she interpreted and responded to what was happening to and around her.
Like an undermined prima facie duty, local intrinsic value is not an actual instance of value simpliciter since it can be enhanced, modified, or transvalued
by the presence of other factors.
41) This is all the more true when one considers the influence of divine grace in which right reason is transvalued
in terms of a relationship with God.
His remarkably constructed and lucid artistic vision remains fixed in and vexed by a world transvalued
and transformed by the catastrophic violations of the community and the soul that, in our time, emerged with especial ferocity when the Great War of 1914-1918 ordained the "journey's end" of European man, for whom no future, no possibility of grace, no incarnation of a holy event could exist any longer.