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At the chiasmic interface of human and computer, I see and am seen, I touch and am touched by the digital.
Because the whole series of lectures about Nature was exploratory and therefore tentative, it represents a stage of his thinking that still has not resolved conflicts between his overall chiasmic ontology and residual traces of humanism, as in this lumping of all animals under the phrase 'the animal'.
Similarly, the penultimate chapter, devoted to Andre Pieyre de Mandiargues' La Motocyclette, takes up interesting questions of circular and linear narrative structures as well as tarot rituals of birth and rebirth, but beyond the relationship of microcosmic to macrocosmic structures in the novel and the indication of a chiasmic plot structure, there is little relation between this chapter and the overarching argument of the book.
Gabriel vocor" (205; underline added), the chiasmic structure of the inscription indicating both the active calling out of love (vox Amoris) and the passive "being called" (vocor), presumably by the God who "is," also, Love.
Granting Hajila's imagined perspective a place on the printed page, Isma proposes a strategic, chiasmic co-authorship that suggests that without the narrated there would be no narrator; the narrator's words on the printed page transcribe or reflect the thoughts of the narrated.
The Middle Voice of Ecological Conscience: A Chiasmic Reading of Responsibility in the Neighborhood of Levinas, Heidegger and Others.
The publications of Poe's poems span from 1831 to 1845, but the title that seems most chiasmic in regard to Winthrop ('the City in the Sea') was the revised title that came out last, after A Model of Christian Charity was published.
The author perceives a chiasmic structure in the Judean War as it reports rebellious movements at the beginning and at the end.
Sometimes the thinkers in question did actually meet or correspond; sometimes one thinker "reads"--and in so doing reworks--the other; sometimes there are discursive conditions of possibility or intellectual commonalities that enable certain chiasmic, transhistorical, conceptual affinities; and sometimes the relationship is an imaginary encounter, a counterfactual meeting orchestrated from the standpoint of the present.
Yet if this longing is transempirical, as Ricoeur seems to imply, then it shares the fate of Heidegger's fundamental ontology, which he shipwrecked between the chiasmic straits of the ontic-ontological difference.
In its chiasmic structure, Johnston's note seems to urge the reader to rethink the novel she or he has just finished, and like many of his novels it encourages a reading in terms of the fluidity of boundaries between history and fiction.
The most developed metaphor in Butor's essay is the idea of travel as reading, although the analogy is constantly on the verge of turning into its chiasmic opposite: reading as travel.