At the ministry to which Rabourdin belonged there flourished, as general-secretary, a certain Monsieur Clement Chardin des Lupeaulx, one of those men whom the tide of political events sends to the surface for a few years, then engulfs on a stormy night, but whom we find again on a distant shore, tossed up like the carcass of a wrecked ship which still seems to have life in her.
With their eyes fixed on the carnivora, they pay no attention to the reptiles; happily, they abandon to the writers of comedy the shading and colorings of a Chardin des Lupeaulx.
His position, so far as it went, was a good one, and Clement Chardin des Lupeaulx flourished in it like a tree planted in good soil.
But when Stroeve spoke of Chardin
it was not without reason, and she reminded me curiously of that pleasant housewife in her mob-cap and apron whom the great painter has immortalised.
She also sets Boucher, Chardin
, and Fragonard in the wider intellectual context of the Enlightenment.
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
a doctor of the church--or at least removing the "warning" from his writings--would give the Jesuit scientist and philosopher more legitimacy in the church, his supporters say And two separate petitions to the Vatican aim to do just that.
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El corazon de la materia indaga en la lucha interna de Teilhard de Chardin
(1881-1955) por conciliar el pensamiento evolucionista y la fe.
Their topics include the mysticism of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, Achille Gagliardi and the northern mystics, science as a mystical quest: Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
, Henri de Lubac (1896-1991) and contemporary mystical theology, and Hugo M Enomiya-Lassalle: Zen-enlightenment and Christianity.
But the President wants it as simple as possible,' said designer Bobby Castillo of Chardin
Davao, a high-end fashion house here.
Highlander Alan Sinclair swept into the semi-finals of the pairs with Stewart Innes, finishing second in a heat behind France's Germain Chardin
and Dorian Mortelette.
When Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
died in New York City on Easter Sunday, 1955, the 73-year-old priestpaleontologist-philosopher was out of sorts with his church.