136) Second, the common theme running through the theories courts have admitted is that they are based upon "an experience confessedly
Though I find it exceedingly difficult to extend any measure of clemency in a case involving the despicable crime of which this convict was confessedly
guilty, yet I think that this is an exceptional case of its class.
The allegorist leaves the world of the given--his own passions--to talk of that which is confessedly
less real, which is a fiction.
The volume, for example, gives us a mature Bunyan very sure of his place in two metaphysically unequal, conjugal worlds (one, seemingly, to be suffered with few companionable benefits of"real" value in a fleshly and legal here and now and the other to be enjoyed in the hereafter by way of eternal union with the heavenly Christ) and a younger Bunyan, the subject of a confessedly
"speculative" psychoanalytical inquiry, who lacks all semblance of assurance and stability in troubling religious, political, military, and familial domains.
48) As Raoul Berger states: "Since lawmaking confessedly
needs to be based on an
The Wild happens to be being killed by a culture that has openly and confessedly
intended to eradicate, eliminate the wild, to conquer, tame, subjugate and destroy it all -- a culture that is the active enemy of all life -- certainly of all self-willed -- wild life.
Everywhere on earth, save where the enlightenment of the modern age is confessedly
in eclipse, the movement is toward the completer and more enamored enfranchisement of the lower orders.
, immunity is not clearly either a "mode of
This is usually implicit: in the judicial context, consider Justice Brandeis's famous formulation, which summarized various legal techniques for avoiding "unnecessary" constitutional questions and confrontations as rules the Court has "developed for its own governance in the cases confessedly
within its jurisdiction.
When investigating a biblical text, confessedly
Christian Old Testament scholars like myself can never be satisfied with having parsed Hebrew verbs, grasped the literary beauty of the narrative, felt the pathos of the psalmist, or appreciated the rhetoric of the prophets.
As yet, we have, confessedly
, but partial glimmerings of her divine presence .
Read from a confessedly
Christian perspective, the Isaiah passage testifies to this same Great Reversal of human expectations and worldviews.
Callisthenes' interest too is confessedly
sexual ('Eros scripted my role as bandit; Eros made me weave these artful wiles to get you.
the largest interest of the nation, has, not a department, nor a bureau, but a clerkship only, assigned to it in the Government.
It is thus not always helpful or appropriate, especially if you live in Sydney, but it serves the confessedly
polemical interests of this book, as it did in Archbishop Peter Carnley's similarly polemical book Reflections in Glass (2004).