it has become a Nigerian locus classicus
in the drafting of a Will.
But I think it's worth going back to the locus classicus
and asking what twentieth-century German philosopher Martin Heidegger was really getting at when he wrote about it.
As for the Czech Republic and Slovakia they are of course the locus classicus
of velvet divorce.
He chose a self-contained and compact section (901 lines in the original Latin) at the heart of the poem, which resonates in the Western tradition as the locus classicus
of the Greco-Roman underworld and the prime model for Christian Hell.
To explain the intuition that underlies the application of statistics to the real world, she begins with baseball, the locus classicus
for all American stats mavens.
He mentions that in 1966, Justice GP Singh surprised everyone by his coveted contribution to the legal profession in the form of the book titled 'Principles of Statutory Interpretation', which was later recognized as a locus classicus
even by the giants in the legal profession.
He chose this particular passage because it has consistently attracted the attention of a Christian readership and so has become in many ways the locus classicus
of Old Testament theological interpretation from a Christian frame of reference.
Thompson and his Warwick School of History have produced the locus classicus
in the English social history of the commons, offering a much-needed long-term perspective on what has become a fiercely contested terrain of ideological class strife: the commons today encompass virtually all fields of social life and reproduction, from the traditional indigenous commons and cyber-commons to public access to education and healthcare.
In racial terms, it takes the Caucasus--the locus classicus
, after all, of what had already been "the Caucasian"--whiteness--with the non-white east.
Longfellow's poem of the same title, with its themes of pastoralism and romance, they argue, became the locus classicus
of tourism/history and laid the groundwork for the commodification of history in Nova Scotia.
Even today, in a much-changed England, they are recognized as an indispensable inheritance; Country Life, founded in 1897, remains a locus classicus
of the English mind.
For figures from John Muir to Ansel Adams and beyond, the Sierra Nevada has long been a locus classicus
of the American wilderness sublime.