elucidatory


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But curator of the event Sheherbano Husain doesn't let that happen in her elucidatory note (which such notes are meant to do): 'Inside-out means to start with self; essentially, to look within, before projecting without - introspection versus reduction, self-reflection versus reaction.
I HOPE for forgiveness in responding to the elucidatory item in today's Daily Post (18/07/2019) by Dafydd Wigley.
Their topics include the meaning and use(-fullness) of traditions in Scandinavian rock art research, Namforsen: a northern rock art metropolis with southern pretenses, a boat journey in rock art from the Bronze Age to the Stone Age--from the Stone Age to the Bronze Age in northernmost Europe, and the xenia concept of guest-friendship: providing an elucidatory model for Bronze Age communication.
Finite transcendence, as education, is an elucidatory undertaking that expands as a cerebral and instinctive asketic practice where the self in connection with others serves to define the ethical awareness of what virtue is and how it unfolds in the existences of individuals who engage in the Socratic elenchus-dialectic.
999-1003, who argues persuasively that modest conceptual analysis is not mere lexicography and that it has elucidatory power over (at least) "hermeneutic" concepts.
Such values already function in nearly all kinds of labor, generating pre-political elucidatory dissimilarities in meanings and values (Gloukhov, 2016) which may be catalyzed to improve the relevance capacity of labor within a structure of workplace democracy.
In order to effectively evaluate them, Section 4 apprises not only our advocated approach by simplifying Yu and Dat's ranking method [29] but also the elucidatory development of our novel classification mechanism which is then used in the case discussed in Section 3 to provide a thorough controlling and monitoring procedure for the application of our proposed fuzzy control charts in practice.
(85.) Hutchison, supra note 66, at 211-12 ("The use of these descriptive labels is somewhat less marked in the more recent cases, a tendency that might perhaps be attributed to the influence of De Wet, but which in any event is to be welcomed; as others have pointed out, the tripartite distinction is suspect, and serves little analytical or elucidatory purpose.").
'My propositions are elucidatory in this way: he who understands me finally recognises them as senseless, when he has climbed out through them, on them, over them.
(Devonish, 2013) As unfriendly conduct obtains meaning only via the elucidatory endeavor of the actors concerned, such meanings are decisive for a more profound grasp of and involvement in workplace bullying.
Stead (ed.), The Last Will and Testament of Cecil John Rhodes, with Elucidatory Notes (London: "Review of Reviews" Office, 1902), p.
From artists and musicians and from life itself," he determines, with a final, rounded, elucidatory gesture.