In the reiterated shattering and reconstitution of its own icons, carnal rhetoric, driven by "ontological longing" and constituting the "transformative desire" to become God thus engages in the only mortally possible approach to truth, a process which bears witness
not to the unknowable truth itself, but to its existence as affirmed by a refusal to relinquish the search for it.
She also bears witness
that she has a place beyond retribution and vengeance.
With the help of modern information technology, COMMO HOME will honor Hack's special bond to these hitherto unknown soldiers with an instantly accessible internet exhibit as well as a single-site permanent archive eventually housed at an appropriate museum, aggregating authenticated e-mail and letters into an archive that bears witness
to the reality of standing tall and defending America.
Heavenly light penetrates a hollowed-out building fashioned from the empty pages of a Victorian album, as the valet from Las Meninas bears witness
to the destruction of this miniature civilization.
This varied collection of 11 short stories of five to fifteen minutes each and "In the Ravine," which runs to an hour and a half, bears witness
to the immutability of basic human behavior.
A born-again New Historicist or cultural materialist he is not; rather, his most recent work bears witness
to a reconciling process that most of us can share, of responding to the critical revolutions of the past twenty years while still holding on to the humane breadth of view and deep involvement in the literary text that characterized the best work of mid-century scholarship.
The company believes it had a solid base entering into a new fiscal year, and this strong earnings growth bears witness
This exhibition, through its rarity and the mastery to which it bears witness
, is an exceptional event.