It sets free the essence of the aeschylian drama and leads the audience to the understanding of the panhuman
nature of ancient drama."
But, from the small flying saucer or millennial cult whose believers wait in sheets and for whom the promised event MUST come, to the present-day Republic of South Africa where leaders burn their boats in reaction to the rest of the world, cross-cultural analysis suggests that fanaticism is panhuman
Proposed projects include: exploring the function of noncoding genetic regions through construction of full gene loci; constructing full chromosomes to model disease; and development of a panhuman
Although the telos of each individual undoubtedly varies, we have attempted to identify a panhuman
understanding of humanity's telos in this paper.
But it is also an Africa redeemed, whose resuscitation will greatly contribute to the germination of a panhuman
Genocide victims calling that panhuman
tragedy as "events of the 20th century."
All previous elements are enhanced by the circular structure of the novel which makes the experience of Asouf, like that of Tayo, "panhuman
," placing it within the cosmic pattern, and endowing it with universality and depth.
means to become a brother to all people, a panhuman
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This begs the issue of which works constitute those so-called classics of supposedly panhuman
13.9.1 A special case of natural kind terms are colour terms which have been shown to belong to "panhuman
For example, a quotation from an essay of 1847 was introduced as among Belinsky's "most cherished convictions." In Izvestiia's paraphrase, the idea sounded stark and simple: "Russia is the builder of the panhuman
civilization." But the actual quotation, published alongside the paraphrase, contained a compendium of far more complex and ambivalent notions: "We are called to say our own word to the world [...] The Russian people are destined to express in their nation the richest and most varied subject matter." N.