recapitulatory love


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  • adj. Of the nature of a recapitulation.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Of the nature of a recapitulation; containing recapitulation.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of the nature of or containing recapitulation.


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  • This is opposed to the 'destiny of being' as the anticipatory incidence is to the recapitulatory incidence: "The absence of destiny from the event of appropriation does not imply that it lacks all 'motility.'"


  • While 'unconcealment', the recapitulatory incidence of this third category, indicates general constellations of presence endowed with a certain duration, its anticipatory incidence, the 'event' scatters the general, disregards even the particular thing, and fragments any thought-content other than this or that presencing singularized by its distinct absencing.

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  • Such arrival and withdrawal of entities within the arena where man is co-present to them was precisely stressed by the recapitulatory incidence, 'unconcealment'.

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  • Possibly the author, or one of his editors, somewhat loosely inserted a recapitulatory note concerning the scenery of this coasting voyage at this point.


  • It is no accident that the Gospel which most unequivocally identifies Jesus as the Word made flesh is the Gospel most characterised by this same circling, hovering, recapitulatory style, as if nothing in human language could ever be a 'last' word.

    The Martyrdom of Thomas Cranmer - Sermon at Service to Commemorate the 450th Anniversary.

  • This is one of the instances, it may be, in which we must set about breaking up any recapitulatory order, natural to the child, which suggests an advance from the local to the more general and wider knowledge.

    The Psychology of Nations A Contribution to the Philosophy of History

  • = -- The third purpose of questioning may be described as recapitulatory.

    Ontario Normal School Manuals: Science of Education

  • In the concluding and recapitulatory chapter of the 'Origin of Species,' he writes: --

    Evolution, Old & New Or, the Theories of Buffon, Dr. Erasmus Darwin and Lamarck, as compared with that of Charles Darwin

  • The deposition then proceeds with recapitulatory remarks, and a partial renumeration of the negroes, making record of their individual part in the past events, with a view to furnishing, according to command of the court, the data whereon to found the criminal sentences to be pronounced.

    The Piazza Tales

  • And it is well known that nature is chock full of similarly recapitulatory behavior.

    New Scientist - Online News


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