Aparna Sundaresh, Global Brand Development Director for Paddlepop and Max at Unilever and Jury President for Effectiveness awards, comments, "We live in exciting times indeed, with an overdose of 'moreness
' - more data, more channels and even more communication platforms.
Beyond its breath-taking climax, the novel provokes deeper questions about the 'moreness
' Yael begins to see in her competitors' identities, and in her own.
I remember it going on for hours, perhaps because, if true, the story captures so well the relentless "moreness
" of disco.
Ana's masochistic 'smallness' seems entirely different to the 'lessness' (that is always also moreness
) that these thinkers propose as a radical possibility, and gender plays a crucial part here: Ana's liability to shrink concurs with current constructions of female subjectivity that spatially diminish women alongside mythologising their tendency towards masochistic self-diminution (the 'little woman'; the 'shrinking violet').
' of 'Lessness' of 'natural' narratology: Samuel Beckett's 'Lessness' Reconsidered." The Free Library.
A child can learn the abstract concept of more by discrimination training in which labeling the larger quantity from among a selection of different quantities as more is reinforced, making sure that the label more occurs only in response to the stimulus feature of greater quantity, moreness
, rather than to extraneous features of the training stimuli, such as the color or shape of the objects compared.
(13.) Rempel's book, The Lord's Supper in Anabaptism: A Study in the Christology of Balthasar Hubmaier, Pilgram Marpeck, and Dirk Philips (Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press, 1993), emphasizes that Anabaptists accepted Zwinglian representationalism as an explicit theology but ritually expressed the "moreness
" of the acts.
Here, the 'moreness
' is reflected in the wholly unnecessary size, the pomposity with which this egg-cup consumes so much of a small kitchen's cupboard-space and implies that unlimited space is available for the storing of such objects.
Life is a journey of constantly encountering the moreness
and constantly letting aspects of us die that the new may be born within us.
At the root of what I'm talking about is not the idea so much of "less is more," but that there is a different kind of moreness
that's possible when the space that you surround yourself with is appealing to the senses.
' or 'Lessness' of 'Natural' Narratology: Samuel Beckett's 'Lessness' Reconsidered." Style 36 (2002): 54-75.
They prepare them to see the "moreness
" to life that is the heart of all religious experience and the foundation of faith.