10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «INSOLVABLY»
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The Smart Set: A Magazine of Cleverness
Poets that starved in garrets and were deeply loved by middle-aged landladies,
to whom they were insolvably in debt, have taught soldiers honeyed phrases and
revealed to them undreamt tactics. Musicians, themselves forespent of unhappy ...
George Jean Nathan, Henry Louis Mencken, 1907
The Ladies' Lexicon and Parlour Companion: Containing Nearly ...
Not to be explained. adv. insolvably. INSOL'VENCY. s. Inability to pay debts. pi.
insolvencies: adj. ins, I vent. INSPECT. v. To look into, by way of examination. pr.
par. inspecting. past, inspected: s. inspection, in- spec.tor : adj. inspectoriai.
The Simple Book of Profound Truths
are considered by scholars to be insolvably difficult conundrums that have defied
explanation for over 2000 years and likely will never be solved. In science, if you
have a theory which can explain and account for many things, this means it is ...
Matthew L. Williams, 2011
Cf. K. Bitter, Denkm. d. nordl. Syriens. Berlin, 1855, p. 30. Epyo UoXv^ama .- Arist
Polii (1855) pp. 225,-1. Note XX. p. 173. — Sparta w. Samos: Her. iii. 46, where
the chronological relations of the matter are insolvably confused : Mull. Dor. 168.
Ernst Curtius, William Alfred Packard, 1899
The people seem to us peculiarly alien, the complicated political life insolvably
puzzling. The endless racial warfare makes a situation wholly uninviting to our
enterprise. Nevertheless, there are undreamed-of possibilities i8a WHAT NEXT
Frank Arthur Vanderlip, 1922
Putting Theory to Work: How are Theories Actually Used in ...
Separation, a concept insolvably linked with time, appears often in this material,
but it remains unclear at which level it is conceptualised by the analyst. She
interprets more drive derivatives (wishes, desires, and urges) than defensive
Jewish Faith and Modern Science: On the Death and Rebirth of ...
... raise conceptual problems (at least) that in themselves introduce (to
paraphrase Aristotle) knots (aporia) that tie up the flow of adequate thinking. The
area in which clear thinking becomes especially (and in my opinion, insolvably)
blocked is ...
Norbert M. Samuelson, 2008
Phenomenology/Ontopoiesis Retrieving Geo-cosmic Horizons of ...
In Sartre's philosophy it is decisive or conclusive as to what kind of person I am
through my choices and my way of living. The individual finds values in those
activities which he is insolvably and inseparably engaged in. This has a clear
Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, 2011
Religion, Science, and Empire: Classifying Hinduism and ...
However, those who most persuasively wrought the modern view of India as a
primarily religious country insolvably split between Hindus and Muslims worked
within a system of knowledge largely shaped by models originating in the West
Transcendentalism Overturned: From Absolute Power of ...
The human being finds values in that activity which it is insolvably and
inseparably engaged in – which has its clear parallel to virtue ethics' concept of “
praxis”. Values are constituted through our praxis. At the same time, this Sartrian
ethics has ...
Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, 2011