elucidatory


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elucidatory

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George, Relative to Mirasi Right: With Two Appendices Elucidatory of the Subject.
Perry Anderson (1998: 3) in his elucidatory work explains that the term arose in the Hispanic inter-world of the 1930s.
My propositions are elucidatory in this way: he who understands me finally recognizes them as senseless, when he has climbed out through them, on them, over them.
3) The poet's elucidatory remarks concerning Dulce nadie, which were first published in abbreviated format in the book itself, were expanded shortly thereafter in Poetica y poesia (57).
Rather than take up the new logician's interest in completely analyzing expressions (which would include settling the way a referent is referred to in an expression), Wittgenstein insists in the Tractatus that the expressions we use, even those that seem to be propositions or that contain assertions, are in fact designed to be elucidatory without saying anything about the nature of the subjects that figure in them.
The English translation and the elucidatory footnotes provide an instrument for the Englishspeaking academic world.
Kloosterman and supplied with elucidatory notes, permits English-speaking readers to engage for the first time with Kuyper's rich and multifaceted meditations on the relation between Christianity and the arts and sciences.
In connection with the elucidatory nature of this exposition, we shall adopt a style of narration as intuitive, lucid, and prosaic as possible--while being terse whenever necessary -, due to the otherwise simple ambiguity inherent in the association of Reality with a potentially inert scholastic theory (while there is subtle isomorphism between Reality and language at a descriptive stage, to the Wittgensteinian extent, as recorded in [5], that "that which can be spoken of, must be spoken of clearly, and that which cannot, must be withheld in utter silence", how can Reality only be a "theory" or "philosophy" after all?
This elucidatory passage to a large extent forecloses the debate as to whether Ike's repudiation of his inheritance was enlightened and forward-looking or simply reactionary.
Ezigbo Mmadu Versus Ajo Mmadu: A Contrasting Elucidatory Approach