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If we apply the term revolution to what happened in North America between 1776 and 1829, it has a special meaning. Normally, the w ...
Science is the language of the temporal world; love is that of the spiritual world. Man, indeed, describes more than he explains; ...
It is not enough for theory to describe and analyse, it must itself be an event in the universe it describes. In order to do this ...
Allusion has been made to [Proust's] contempt for the literature that "describes," for the realists and naturalists worshipping th ...
There are many definite methods, honest and dishonest, which make people rich; the only "instinct" I know of which does it is that ...
What is line? It is life. A line must live at each point along its course in such a way that the artist's presence makes itself fe ...
So all that is said of the wise man by Stoic or Oriental or modern essayist, describes to each reader his own idea, describes his ...
Fitzgerald describes the social disillusionments and ballroom romanticism of the young people of the upper classes and the lonelin ...
Contramasculinity: the apparent selflessness of the female, who allows every man who comes her way to shape her; her lack of resis ...
Cliche refers to words, commonplace to ideas. Cliche describes the form or the letter, commonplace the substance or spirit. To con ...
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