is often experienced as a tension or frustration, or even stress and distress.
Together, these three articles examine specific sites for some of the practical manifestations of Soudien's disjuncture
between 'the law' and 'the rule'.
Bonnefoy suggests, like Nancy, that there is always a distancing and a disjuncture
between one and the other.
As Salesa writes, '[a]ffirming the disjuncture
between colonial and decolonised periods makes it difficult to identify the ways in which the Pacific profoundly shaped New Zealand'.
The purpose of the conference was to report on how some combination of the four fields might address the disjuncture
between increasing travel demand and growing concerns about air quality.
Peck: It's been noted in this magazine the occasional disjuncture
between the photography of a project and the narrative its designers are trying to tell.
However, the most disturbing part of the book is the heavy use of literary jargon leading to a plethora of long and rather unintelligible sentences to anyone but the initiated, in which the author speaks of "experiments of intertextuality" and "self-referential forms." What exactly is meant by a sentence such as "As a rhetorical trope for this disjuncture
, Karpf's narrative not only describes but also performs it as her alternations of personal testimony and historical narrative are not only woven together but disrupt each other" (p.
Dyankov said that there was a disjuncture
between supply and demand in Bulgaria's labour market, and so the Government would take steps towards long-term policies on the issue.
All during that time I never ceased being perplexed by the disjuncture
between the largely small, privately owned vendors continually offering products of ever-increasing sophistication and their highly cautious, fiscally challenged customers who, with some exceptions, were typically slow to adapt to the new technologies.
The potential distraction in this engrossing tale is the disjuncture
between Valentine the thinker and Valentine the lover.
"My conscience is profoundly unsettled at the moment and there seems to be a moral disjuncture
between the suffering of these students and my own approbation," Bachchan wrote in a letter to the university which he posted on his blog.
between Edwards' scattergun assault on the motives and methods of modern donors and his cooler assessment of their many achievements, makes it appear that his true aim may be to 'enliven the debate', which he certainly accomplishes given the amount of discussion the book has generated.