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Written in English

Subjects:

  • Freud, Sigmund, -- 1856-1939.,
  • Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, -- 1844-1900.,
  • Homosexuality -- Philosophy,
  • Repetition (Philosophy)

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Edition Notes

Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Toronto, 1995.

The Physical Object
Pagination213 leaves.
Number of Pages213
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17290814M
ISBN 100612189619

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  These three principles explain most of the repeated chunks of text throughout the Bible. For example, the Ten Commandments are repeated in Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5 because of their critical importance to the Israelites and their understanding of God's law. Likewise, the Old Testament repeats large portions of entire books, including the books of Kings and Chronicles.   A New Book From Dr. Karyn Purvis. Update: The Connected Parent will be published on July 7, Read more about the book here or pre-order here.. We’re thrilled to announce the release of a new book for parents of children from hard places, co-authored by Dr. Karyn Purvis, the Institute’s late Founder and Director.   Repetition is a strong tool for a fiction writer. It can draw attention to a clue, it can create mood and stir emotion, it can emphasize with only a word. Yet repetition can also annoy the reader. Discover the power of repetition. Repetition Of The Book Hatchet Search. Search Results. Assessment, Diagnosis, And Remediation Of Reading Disabilities, Part 1 A specific strategy for teaching high-frequency words is through repetition. I believe that through repetitive exposure, students are more apt to learn new words.

My book covers the subject of Bible Repetitions from a different perspective, concentrating on phrase repetitions and their effect upon context. The Author has found definite patterns in the Bible which I believe prove Divine inspiration: repetitions of short phrases in multiples of 7, 10 and This is a valuable book to use against skeptics/5(5).   Repetition Is Unique to the Bible The permeation of repetition in every book of the Old and New Testaments establishes a literary genre and unity unique to the Bible. The presence of repetition also confirms the uncompromised authenticity and authority of the Bible’s text. The text we read is the text the prophets and apostles wrote.   Repetition is important, but as Betsy Diamant-Cohen, Melanie Hetrick, and Celia Yitzhak note in their book Transforming Preschool Storytime, “Repetition with variety is the name of the game in order to make things really stick, in order to facilitate learning and improve our memory, we do not just need repetition – we also need variation.   It makes new books seem familiar and makes children feel like readers without having to actually read the words on the page, building book confidence along the way. There is another feature which is used almost as often but is not necessarily mentioned as often- repetition.