728/1328) argued that the term tashbih can denote a properly acknowledgeable
degree of likeness between Creator and created (i.e., relative likeness), and it can also denote an improper degree of similarity (absolute likeness) whose disavowal is mandatory.
But if, as it has been maintained, the later Foucault was appreciative of the idea of Enlightenment but not for the reasons that Habermas thought--that is, not because of its appeal to intersubjectively acknowledgeable
emancipative norms--then it is not clear what the political purchase of Foucault's conception of Enlightenment was.
For instance, it would be hardly acknowledgeable
that unauthorized broadcasting companies would not be able to report from the Olympic Games or create media programs, except of those, which are directly based upon live coverage of sports event.
This article concerns Peter Ackroyd's depiction of London as an arcane labyrinth within which demarcation of the borderline between what is rationally, historically acknowledgeable
and what is not is not only highly problematic but in fact undesirable.
It bestows putative presence on Grossman himself (who has argued that bestowing acknowledgeable
presence is poetry's function), the better to dissent from a poetics centered on reinscribing the value of the human person; and it imagines a vocational call coming from the intricate and shifting dispositions of water upon the shore, rather than from deep memory of the origins of human significance (see Long Schoolroom 8).
That is to say, work, for whatever acknowledgeable
reasons it is undertaken by organisms or societies, is at bottom one way that the Universe takes in its search to reach thermodynamic equilibrium as quickly as possible.