(3a) I can argue from the first sentence to the conclusion that somebody intended the utterance of x to produce some effect in an audience by means of
the recognition of this intention, or at least should have intended the utterance of x to produce some effect in an audience by means of
the recognition of this intention.
It does not necessarily mean that we must force that understanding of arsenokoites ("economic exploitation by means of
sex") upon 1 Cor 6:9.
The avant-garde attempted to exploit this difference inherent in the same by developing it by means of
difference in scale, context, material, and time, as well as by bringing to light the extratextual forces that were deployed so as to maintain truth over time and space.
As he says in his Introduction, "We can find meaning in the present, not instead of a reconstruction of the past, but by means of
a reconstruction of the past." I could not agree more.
Since so far they have managed to rake revenge on me our of passion by means of
deceit in front of such a holy tribunal, and, as far as my own person is concerned, destroyed me, from now on is time for me to speak the truth, that you may hear it; and if I do not get my due, that truth at least may.
Carefully directed studies of the effects upon children of Bible reading; the recitation of prayers, the study, of the catechism; attempts, if you will, to instill fear or respect for God and his will into the hearts of children by means of
verbal instruction confirm its futility.
Middle Passage confronts fundamental assumptions about human and literary identity and problematizes these assumptions by means of
allusion and appropriation, which subvert - and, through subversion, re-vitalize - textual authority.