He discusses Prajnakaragupta's arguments on omniscience
and religious authority from the perspectives of the Buddha's omniscience
in Buddhist epistemology, the refutation of God's omniscience
, the generating process of the Buddha's omniscience
, and the proof of the omniscient Buddha.
The fact that Olson does not defend her analysis but concentrates on the analogy between author and God illustrates that she sees omniscience
as serving other purposes than those of narratological analysis.
That The Market is not at all displeased by downsizing or a growing income gap, or can be gleeful about the expansion of cigarette sales to Asian young people, should not cause anyone to question its ultimate omniscience
But in the twenty years since Sternberg's book--and in significant measure because of the interest sparked by his book--the premise that all heterodiegetic narrators exercise Godlike omniscience
has been questioned.
As opposed to his usual practice, Auster chose a third-person approach to each Archie, the narrative voice often verging into analytical omniscience
It will show how omniscience
is avoided, and evidence of absolute possibility is achieved, in different manners in the Fast and Slow Way.
THE CONCEPTION OF THE CURRENT MOMENT as one of proliferation induces anxiety, because it threatens a phantasy of omniscience
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, served him a dish made of roasted human flesh.
44 caliber omniscience
police our every move, and possibly even our thoughts.
Yes if it weren't for the emperor's omniscience
the gaze that
Almighty Allah is powerful enough to create worlds within worlds, to create all things from nothing, and gloriously shows His sublime omniscience
by creating atoms in tiny specks of space and making atoms, which themselves consist of 99 percent empty space, the natural causes of matter itself.
However it is in Crow's omniscience
that his writing really succeeds, and though you often hate the unwanted visitor, his twisted support is understandable and strangely desired.