In fact, she never changed her principles articulated in the 1950s, only she would enrich and make them ampler
, more explicit in the following four decades on literary composition, introducing the poetics/aesthetics of her novel.
This topic is part of an ampler
research that aims at studying the practical-methodical modalities to develop cohesion in junior handball teams.
While they have greater latitude in the mode of proceeding than courts of law, they have ampler
powers to do compleat and perfect justice between the parties in the decision of the matters of dispute (108).
Moreover, the interest of particular individuals may have to be subordinated to those of the entire species, as a fire that destroys some trees may nourish the soil for the ampler
development of others later on.
If one is looking for a simple introduction to Caravaggio, it will be found, at less than half the price, with chapters, chronology and ampler
, and more accurate colour-plates, in Karin Grimme's contribution to the Taschen Books series.
and his striking claim that the highest self (paramatma) resides in "the body called 'Vcda.'" In expounding liberation Kumarila does, in Yoshimizu's view, favor an ampler
value for knowledge of self, not simply as subordinate to the ritual itself (kratvartha) (p.
quotation from the letter demonstrates the extent to which Moore was proposing Niebuhr's theology as the model for increasing "substance" and depth:
without reverence and restraint, was simply to equip them with ampler
means for harm." (31)
Beneath an ampler
sky a region wide Is opened round him:--hamlets, towers, and towns, In stately mien to sovereign Thames allied Spreading his bosom under Kentish downs, With commerce freighted, or triumphant war.
Some of that monograph's richest themes--differentiations of consciousness and stages of meaning, the human good, feelings and values, religious experience-receive here more expansive development, ampler
illustration and application, and often more widely accessible exposition.
He remains, in his own mind, an explorer, a student of various doctrines who has engaged on an "elaborate and lifelong education of his receptive powers" (2:219), one who has "ever kept in view the purpose of preparing himself towards possible further revelation some day--towards some ampler
vision, which should take up into itself and explain this world's delightful shows" (2:219-20).