The novel's continuing self-reflexiveness is quietly underscored here, but so is the idea of a personal library. From Wordnik.com. [Notes] Reference
Civilized discourse demands critical thinking, self-reflexiveness, sober-headed analysis. From Wordnik.com. [Daniel Lubetzky: FOX in the Twilight] Reference
It is as though poetry teases her mercilessly for the intricate reflexiveness of her dealings. From Wordnik.com. [a round O says I feel : Stephen Burt : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation] Reference
This sort of artificiality and this reflexiveness about artificiality are common in the entire volume of the. From Wordnik.com. [Commentary on "Verses" by L.E.L.] Reference
But it appears to be mostly just liberal reflexiveness; everyone here loves Toy Story and similar films, no?. From Wordnik.com. [WTF: Florida Film Incentive Bill Could Deny Tax Credits to Films with ‘Non-traditional Family Values’ | /Film] Reference
Art about art usually is self-indulgent, but it doesn't have to be -- so long as its self-reflexiveness has wider implications. From Wordnik.com. [Songs of Themselves] Reference
The reflexiveness of his remark implies that it is possible to think of non-normative forms of sexuality outside of vice and outside of crime. From Wordnik.com. [Introduction] Reference
Another important difference from Marvell's poem -- in fact, from most poetry written earlier than L. E.L.'s lifetime -- is the utter reflexiveness of this art. From Wordnik.com. [Commentary on "Verses" by L.E.L.] Reference
In fact this hovering so perfectly matches what the mind has been doing that it allows author and readers to engage in self-reflexiveness without postulating any kind of empirical subject. From Wordnik.com. [Strange Affinities: A Partial Return to Wordsworthian Poetics After Modernism] Reference
I think of this as part of a personal outreach ministry, and try to think of how I can provide unique, quality, topical content in a timely manner without losing any of the sincerity and reflexiveness that MoF what it is. From Wordnik.com. [The American Blogger, Revealed. | Mind on Fire] Reference
Fischerspooner's debut album, #1 ... is the expression of an exhausted New York art world still clinging since the '70s! to notions that self-reflexiveness and any sort of bringing to bear on pop culture the tired critique of postmodernist theory represent bold, original acts of transgression. From Wordnik.com. [#1?] Reference
When tragedy does occur, it is more often than not given a black-comedic inflection — as in works by Wallace, Antrim, Eggers, and their ilk — not because the authors can't do powerful conflict and emotion, necessarily, but because the hyperconscious self-reflexiveness of their style is hard to turn off. From Wordnik.com. [These Kids Today] Reference
As a condition of individual and social autonomy, education introduces democracy to students as a way of life - an ethical ideal that demands constant attention - and, as such, takes seriously the responsibility for providing the conditions for people to exercise critical judgment, reflexiveness, deliberation and socially responsible action. From Wordnik.com. [Henry Giroux: Rethinking the Promise of Critical Education Under an Obama Regime] Reference
Another caracteristic of language is therefore reflexiveness. From Wordnik.com. [Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]] Reference
That reflexiveness I'm still waiting for, that perfect performance. From Wordnik.com. [CHARTattack:News Feed] Reference
What really struck me was the reflexiveness with which readers of the. From Wordnik.com. [Hot Air » Top Picks] Reference
Wallace's encyclopedic self-reflexiveness made his work, at its best, a wonder of the literary world, and at its worst, nearly unreadable. From Wordnik.com. [Top Stories - Google News] Reference
For once, though, this ancient wheeze actually comes off - in part because this kind of self-reflexiveness really is in the Sterne spirit, and in part because nobody takes the meta-movie idea too seriously. From Wordnik.com. [GreenCine Daily] Reference
In his cinema since Zatoichi, the response of the distant audience has become a secondary motivation as self reflexiveness and introspection has led Kitano to debate with himself rather than perform for others. From Wordnik.com. [DVD Times] Reference
This is another example of the reflexiveness in defining "literature" and "fiction" as two different sections of the chain bookstore that she (for good reason, if not always the reasons she states) laments early in the piece. From Wordnik.com. [Scrivener's Error] Reference
Riesz for translating the preceding footnote ‘, with a suggestion of reflexiveness. From Wordnik.com. [The Volokh Conspiracy » Spelling Out Numbers vs. Writing Them Using Digits] Reference
This reflexiveness involves not only. From Wordnik.com. [Ode on a Grecian Urn] Reference
It is by means of reflexiveness ” the turning back of the experience of the individual upon himself ” that the whole social process is thus brought into the experience of the individuals involved in it; it is by such means, which enable the individual to take the attitude of the other toward himself, that the individual is able consciously to adjust himself to that process, and to modify the resultant of that process in any given social act in terms of his adjustment to it. From Wordnik.com. [George Herbert Mead] Reference
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