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A possible exception is deep meditation, characterized by gamma in near-perfect phase and as contentless as human thought can be in a normal brain.
Contentless verification: The external agent is not permitted from having access to the actual data file during the testing process.
Roberts, by contrast, can rightly say, "Sporty Girl, c'est moi"; he's willing to do something that's at once cheerfully contentless and blithely self-contradictory.
This assertion suggests a contentless Judaism, a Judaism composed only of remembering that one is a Jew--remembering to remember.
49) It is the problem, however, because it is usually contentless, and so we give it content.
Whereas Cunningham allows that cross-fertilization between English and Bible departments has "freshened up our sense of the Bible and of its reception no end," he simultaneously bemoans "the critical daftnesses, follies, and crimes, the sentimental political correctnesses, the neurotic and wishful sightings of oneself in the textual mirror, the canting repetitions about contentless, dehistoricized, utterly abysmal linguistics and textuality [.
62) The old man utters religious tenets that, by contrast with the child's contentless verbiage, have as the very "soul and concept" of their content the meaning, the truth of "his whole life" (transcending past and present).
True" originary violence, if there were such a thing, would be an empty, abstract, and contentless "violence" of pure possibility: neither positive nor negative, real nor imagined, good nor evil, productive nor destructive.
Our knowledge that we are free has the same immediate and certain, yet contentless and transparent character as our knowledge of our own selfhood and existence.
Scruton stands foursquare for the view that music does have extra-musical meaning and against formalism, the view that music is contentless, abstract form, appreciated as pure musical pattern.
And yet it is also an entrance that reveals the true nature of such a zone, as the contentless, unpronounceable potentiality that exists within all created things which no vocation can ever exhaust (Time 25-29).
social and economic concerns, providing a contentless freedom that does