The reader-imager may then easily form a referential
image of David as conjured from within: enacting David's familiar body posture, experiencing the breeze and the pressure of pillows against his back and head, a viewing of the pages in David's book, and perhaps even a glancing at the indistinct furnishings of a room.
The current study explores further the same line of inquiry by extending it to the choice of referential
forms, the phenomenon that has been generally characterized as unrelated to expressivity and emotivity.
Based on the theorized relationship between level of object relations and capacity to symbolize and to express emotional experience verbally, as well as previous findings, positive correlations between the object relations and referential
activity measures were expected for both groups.
By contrast, in the second -- but by no means secondary -- iconographic layer, the referential
thrust is instead to extra-Florentine, real and imaginary architecture bound up with civic mythology, indeed, with virtually the entire semantic field associated with the Myth of Florence.
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Lucifer's Left Nut takes such referential
jumbling to an extreme.
Inscribing the Time, a recent volume in the New Historicist series from California, provides a cultural focus on the last years of Elizabeth's reign in order to place three contemporaneous plays by Shakespeare into referential
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A renewed fear of the insidious tendency of even Christian images to lose their referential
status and become themselves the object of worship led Reformers to denounce and even destroy them - with the same seductive force being ascribed to verbal images as well as to visual ones.
the ability to split a table into two tables and maintain full referential
This work is more pictorial and less directly referential
to the history of art than any the artist has shown to date.
Relate the tables using primary keys and referential
The Rage,'' by contrast, is an R-rated ``Beverly Hills 90210'' meets ``The X-Files,'' a compilation of referential
scenes which rely on the use of gory special effects for shock value.
There is a difference between saying "Rembrandt fashioned himself" and "Rembrandt fashioned his self": the reflexive pronoun in the first predicate has merely deictic force, whereas in the second, the noun clause has referential
force and implies commitment to an entity, the self.
But rather than conceive of this process as the basis for referential
gamesmanship or as a dreaded entropic slippage (as, for example, some Minimalists did when confronted with Michael Fried's accusation of anthropomorphism), he posits it as the opening up of new realms of possibility.