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  • The new generation of American priests is not discovering St. John Vianney because it simply has nostalgia for what is old, rather because it has a hunger for what perdures.

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  • In Catholic theology, a substance is ordinarily understood to be a unitary whole of a certain kind that perdures, and thus "subsists," through various activities and changes, which can include the sort of damage that consists in the loss of certain parts.

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  • And this "unwritten law" perdures in the minds of many of the people today.

    Introduction to the Science of Sociology

  • But in the context of the present discussion, the relevant point is that, while it is possible to complain - and legitimate and necessary to protest - about local "symptoms" of this structural process, of which the Middlesex closure is a shocking example, no more than partial and temporary victories against such systemic philistinism can be won while the structure itself perdures.

    Leiter Reports: A Philosophy Blog

  • It was my first grown-up film, and it began my love affair with the movies that perdures to this day.

    Diner's Journal

  • Ubermensch, a type of best - or super-man, perdures within the contemporary Left.

    Phi Beta Cons

  • SOME of those 'right/left' questions are answered "populist," which is a fairly strong streak in this country -- it perdures from Andy Jackson through today.

    Dad29

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