10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SEARCHINGNESS»
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Interpreting Visual Culture: Explorations in the ...
How does one articulate the aching sense of searchingness that follows such
loss? Though it might drive the eye to scan for the truths it would see, it is not
itself a visual entity. We may sense its inarticulate presence but we cannot see it.
But art ...
Ian Heywood, Barry Sandywell, 2005
Research on human behavior: a systematic guide to method
a systematic guide to method Philip Julian Runkel, Joseph Edward McGrath. THE
SEARCHINGNESS STRUCTURE The searchingness structure interrelates all of
the "pick k" and "order k" forms of observation record but not "pick any." Some ...
Philip Julian Runkel, Joseph Edward McGrath, 1972
The searchingness structure, by the way, demonstrates again the power of the
facet idea. Psychologists went along for decades working with the methods of
single stimuli, rank order, and pair comparisons, and with occasional
University of Oregon. Center for the Advanced Study of Educational Administration, 1965
... he has not the best ideas attainable in or about his timer- • and which were, so
to speak, in the air then, to be seized by the finest spirits ; he is not to be
compared, for power, searchingness, or delicacy of thought, to Pascal, or La
That's all there was to it. By 1976 he was somebody, all right, and did his stint on
the Arts Council with his habitual searchingness as well as charm. The Arts
Council, after all, was founded by the Labour Party in 1946 at the behest of
John Silence, Physician Extraordinary
He came across the floor very quickly with a finger on his lips, looking at me with
a peculiar searchingness of gaze. "Are you aware yet of anything—odd here?" he
asked in a whisper. "Anything you cannot quite define, for instance. Tell me ...
The American Monthly Magazine
And one shone down on the flocks and fields With a searchingness of gaze—
Like a sun that a gloomy brightness yields, Through a sea-arisen haze. He
lighted up the laborer's face, And the hut decayed and low, And the sick and the
Nathaniel Parker Willis, 1830
The relationship fascinated him, and one of the Roundabout papers, ' On a Chalk
- mark on the Door', analyses its moral and human basis with a searchingness
fresh and fearless as Johnson's. The standpoint adopted is somewhere in what ...
Starr King in California
What grandeur, what tenderness, what pathos, what heart-searchingness in the
swells and cadences of its 'Andante Maestoso,' when the wind wrestles with it
and brings out all its soul.” To the graces and gifts we have mentioned it is but ...
William Day Simonds, 2006
Thomas Carlyle: The Critical Heritage
We have heard of people rising from their seats and marching out of church,
because, either from the extreme searchingness of the sermon, or from the
paucity of the audience, they had an uneasy sense that the preacher was getting
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SEARCHINGNESS»
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Marc Blake, "Relativity" (Milford Galleries)
As one's eyes are met with seething, inherently sexual, abstract yet defiantly female forms, one's mind is filled with concepts of innateness, searchingness, ... «Otago Daily Times, Aug 12»
'This girl must go!' shouted Martin Heidegger's wife.
... thinker of real importance by the immense subtlety and searchingness of his examination of consciousness, by the boldness and originality of his methods and ... «The Fortnightly Review, Nov 10»