All three constellate
around written and oral accounts, whether genealogies of royalty, idiomatic and culturally specific sayings, or positively drawn maxims.
English similarly delineates how a "credential society" (see Collins), within Daniel Bell's conception of a post-industrial information-age system of exchange (compare Bell), relies on the implicit patronage of literary prizes, and similar acts of symbolic value-ranking, to help constellate
an "economy of prestige".
Come with me, we'll sit outside the cafe and I'll paint you a moon you've never seen, constellate
your eyes with a shower of stars.
Aristotelianism" could not be said to constellate
into a clearly coherent (and alternative or parallel) form of thought with which Aquinas could correlate Christian doctrine; as I have noted, Aristotle had been a vibrant part of theological reflection for nearly a century, and some of the most important arguments in the time of Aquinas and Bonaventure revolved around the question of what authentic Aristotelian thought was.
The child has sought a powerful archetypal ally in the collective that forms the core of an eventual complex around which the implicated shadows constellate
In doing this, I will dip briefly into historical and current events, not to offer definitive interpretations of them (should such a feat be possible), but to constellate
them in ways that disturb prevailing notions of what and where iconoclasm is occurring.
My key argument is that the particular Passion narrative selected by Gibson interpolates its audience so as to constellate
a militarized, masculinized form of Christianity that presumes, indeed depends upon, the socially authorized suffering of obedient (read "soldierly") sons.
A certain number of women constellate
around him while a collection of aspirants poke their heads through the crowd in such fervent hope of getting some attention that it looks like some kind of undignified game of Whack-A-Mole.
Though initially appearing as a bizarre non sequitur, the film's black-and-white images constellate
sex with death and a loss of corporeal integrity, an apt objective correlative for the much-feared miscegenation that threatened to transform the purity and wholeness of the collective white Southern body into a pile of mixed, anonymous racial fractions.
Contemporary information's capacity for global circulation--its ability to constellate
and engage multiple new communities of interpretation, as well as of production and reception--is perhaps the most crucial and dramatic result of its digitization.
Such judgments will be shown to constellate
around cognitive exploration based on factors that are key conditions of objective knowledge, and of the unity of the self (4).
As bits of consciousnesses constellate
, I rouse to a 3 A.