At last she sent me away with her soft, slow, renunciatory
'I have nothing more to say,' returned Mrs Wilfer, with a meek renunciatory
action of her gloves.
On the renunciatory
orders in Hinduism, Ghurye in his book Indian Sadhus writes that there are ten orders of ascetics (popularly known as Dasnamis) namely: Aryana, Asrama, Bharti, Giri, Parvata, Puri,Sarasvati, Sagara, Tirtha and Vana.
How is the financing of religious affairs ideologically, performatively and administratively managed, when the topic of money is so symbolically charged in Thai discourses about renunciatory
The tactic would push him toward the empty, useless moralism that might lead him to embrace a romantic, renunciatory
, conscience-saving death!
She finds these things in Shelley's similes and in his "protracted Spenserian stanzas," where she also locates "an idiom of renunciatory
attachment, one that enables a loving disentanglement of human beings from one another, and from the world" (82).
She reads the Victorian ideology of duty, both Christian and secularized, as an extension of the sacrificial ideal, and describes how many of the new humanists adopted a "renunciatory
imperative" (9) that read any taint of egoism as fundamentally incompatible with the social ethic of altruism.
There is an implicit contrast in the poetry, Higgins believes, between Ipseity, an emphasis on the Incarnation and thus sacramentality, and Kenosis, an emphasis on emptying, on selving as "a renunciatory
kind of becoming" (82).
I attempt to expand what I see as narrow scholarly definitions of ahimsa that dwell exclusively upon the orthodox, renunciatory
interpretation at the expense of more worldly formulations.
John would profess--to himself--to be amazed that all that spiritual practice, the renunciatory
mind-squeezing spine-freezing sitting meditation, had yielded nothing.
Owners have informed charterers that their conduct constitutes a continuing repudiatory and/or renunciatory
breach of the charter bringing the charterparty to an end.
What is achieved in The Wings of the Dove is a tragic, renunciatory
act of moral rectitude on Densher's part.