Lawless, author of Peeling Oranges and The Avenue, presents readers with an understanding of poetry as a device for seeing the world
Our modern way of seeing the world
derives ultimately from John of Ockham and nominalism.
To an outsider, many of these factors would have no significance whatsoever, Goodrich said, "but seeing the world
through a microscope can focus attention on microscopic issues that have had a macroscopic impact on the cast iron world.
Claiming that much scholarship on youth, generations, and the family produced since the 1960s has been founded on theories that - while illuminating - are nonetheless of nineteenth and twentieth century origins, Glenn Wallach proposes to reveal "an earlier way of seeing the world
that such approaches obscure.
Its sheer kinetics and definition-defying flow confounds simplistic ways of seeing the world
, offering a constant, disruptive presence in a world of controlled and ordered images.
By seeing the world
through the other person's paradigm, the best leaders will translate the world through the other person's mindset.
Eileen Baker, 75, would have had difficulty focusing and "it would have looked as though she was seeing the world
through a very dirty windscreen," jurors were told.
Now Mays - and von Mahlsdorf - are seeing the world
We were in Seattle with tens of thousands of others who were tired of seeing the world
we know sacrificed for profit, tired of living with diminishing expectations, tired of feeling powerless and afraid.
She may be seeing the world
through rose-tinted glasses, but Meg's glittery waistband and jewelled navel show she's thrilled by her condition.
Some of the earth's simplest creatures have a most complicated way of seeing the world
Jared thought he would be seeing the world
and traveling,'' she said.