Sentence Examples

  • It is discursive in its style and verbose; but, considering the period at which it appeared, it is remarkable for the strong common sense displayed by the author, his comparative freedom from prejudice, and his firm application of the methods of scientific reasoning to the interpretation of phenomena.
  • Rather it is a collection of feelings and perspectives, sometimes discursive, occasionally acerbic, invariably provocative.
  • Firstly, it puts on display an aporia of legitimacy (what founds the discursive authority to regulate interpretation in the first place?
  • They say there should be equal emphasis on discursive or argumentative writing.
  • In this sense the discursive or ideational is only ever relatively autonomous of the material.

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