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eternal

denoting or relating to that which is without beginning and end, regarded as an attribute of God
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"In short, he reaches immortality by eternalizing the 'moment's on which all the experiences related to this world are recorded and the 'moment's that he finds in the life circle he leaps at with each of his escapes from death" (Aydin 10).
Cubism became dedicated to eradicating the limitations of the one-view perspective and Apollinaire argued for an artistic fourth dimension in his 1911 Paris lecture 'La peinture moderne' published in April and May issues of Les Soirees de Paris (1912), speaking of a dimension that 'represents the immensity of space eternalizing itself in all directions at any given moment.
(3) Unamuno evidently sees art as preserving his being, as eternalizing or immortalizing him (or better, desperately hopes for it to do so).
argues, only after achieving this insight could Barth begin exploring for Christology the ontological implications of eternalizing God's relationship to humanity, including, significantly, the fact that God brings not only "man" into eternal fellowship with himself but also the concrete history of a particular individual.
Secondly, the perfected literary piece is ironic in its dynamics as equipment for living: it is at once developed and imitated by the cultural group at hand with the aim of eternalizing its value as long as the circumstances are essentially the same.
Hanuna says he finds special value in eternalizing the language that reflec= ts the uniqueness of this Jewish community, expressing itself through its n= eeds, its separateness from its neighbors and its unique culture.
History, criticism, methodology, and translation cannot advance thought and practice if they are not protected from, as Helene Cixous said, "the old apartheid of routine," one that determines the future by eternalizing the past.
If this is not the story, there can be no assimilation, no identification, and what is most important, no eternalizing or immortalizing.