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In his treatment of the Philebus, Cropsey iconoclastically points out the ways in which Socrates takes the side of multiplicity rather than unity or the One (cf.
Moreover, such auto-atomization, while a perpetually conjectured facilitator of transparency, activates, rather iconoclastically, the very mechanisms of textual viscosity.
779]) and when the conversation no longer became relevant to the academic point he was making he took the time to recount his lost girlfriend's answers to the questions, iconoclastically enough, in a footnote.
The notion of social construction is similarly liberating for Tiefer, whereas Segal, for whom it is well-worn terrain, begins to wonder iconoclastically whether there is any aspect of sexual experience that is not subject to such construction.
For example, it was suggested iconoclastically that seriescent cell types might simply be those that survive for only limited periods in their artificial in vitro culture conditions, whereas immortal cell lines are presumably more robust.
By this opening, Gundry sounds the Leitmotif of a commentary that iconoclastically sets itself against the major trends in the biblical guild's study of the Gospel of Mark, at least among those in the guild who have not totally given up the task of historical reconstruction in favour of a purely `literary' approach to the Gospel.
S]o much was God offended with their detestable idolatrie", Ford wrote, that he himself has stepped in iconoclastically to bring it to an abrupt halt.
But of far greater importance, in the long run, he has shown the willingness, indeed the passion for iconoclastically tilting at winedom's sacred windmills, paper structures that litter the landscape and prevent large numbers of consumers from even approaching wine, much less getting to know its many benefits.
Pfaff takes a close look at the political tensions and unrealized ambitions in all the major centers of power and relates them, iconoclastically and often brilliantly, to America's own internal tensions and unfulfilled strivings.
HOLLYWOOD Forget Otto Preminger's "Exodus" -- Israel has rarely, if ever, been depicted onscreen as iconoclastically as in "The Holy Land," which premiered at the recent L.
Finally, I rewrite, somewhat iconoclastically, Collingwood's three theses on history in structural idealist terms: