How To Use Epigon In A Sentence

  • These men stood for the mobility of ideas: their epigones, for the mobility of money alone.
  • For instance, the Feds' epigones at State level try to follow it with often disastrous consequences.
  • It is the despair of the good, the work of an epigon school wishing to fascinate – mostly themselves. Jenny: A Novel
  • The epigonation does not belong to all the clergy but only to the bishop. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • Can one say the same for their latter-day epigones?
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  • This popularity of the work has led some to posit that Judah Abrabanel's thought is epigonic, responsible for disseminating the thought of “great thinkers” such as Marsilio Ficino Judah Abrabanel
  • During the mid-Tang and night-Tang dynasty, the aesthetic theme tradition of landscape poetry and pastoral poetry were innovated by Yaohe, Jiadao and their epigone.
  • He is no longer just the arch mannerist, the etiolated epigone of Michelangelo, perverse and stylised in equal measure. Bronzino's Medici portraits – review
  • But no serious social scientist would venture today to speak of such a pre-established economic harmony, as the classical economists and their optimistic-liberal epigones envisage it.
  • His decision to spare the soldier initiates a near mutiny that is quelled only when the captain finally reveals something about his civilian life, becoming a real person to his men instead of an epigone of orders and chain of command.
  • She differentiates between authentic naives and Sunday painters, dilettantes and epigones at adult art class level, none of whom is represented in her collection.
  • From the girdle the epigonation, a diamond-shaped piece of stuff, stiffened with cardboard, hangs down to the right knee. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery
  • But then neither did Fichte and Schelling and Kant and Hegel and Schopenhauer and Nietzsche and Heidegger; but their differences are family feuds, and the same is true of their "Catholic" epigone. Bishop Alfonso de Galarreta chairman of the SSPX commission
  • And the figure around whom my argument turns is, in various epigones, King Richard III.
  • But what ‘light’ is cast by the epigones of today's cinema?
  • He is no longer just the arch mannerist, the etiolated epigone of Michelangelo, perverse and stylised in equal measure. Bronzino's Medici portraits – review
  • At a time when the theater is besieged by phony avant-gardists from the left and vapid epigones from the right, let us give thanks for him.
  • He has the right to wear a pectoral cross, the epigonation in the celebration of Mass, and to sign the cross before his name after the manner of bishops. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
  • I would be an epigone and no artist if I only used the experiences of others without developing them any further.
  • You are vogue and beautiful epigone, yearn for the perfect outline of cap-a-pie , blossom a glorious of unapproachable evil spirit be puzzled.
  • I'll bet you didn't know that, after reading Bérubé's latest post about thought,I now aspire to be referred to as an "epigone" of some yet-to-be-determined person. Archive 2006-06-01
  • Three of the newcomers seem to be promising epigones in need of additional grooming.
  • Those born in the eighties of the nineteenth century and later were merely epigones of the university and parlor Socialists of the late Victorian period.
  • Byzantine mitre and epigonation, but not the omophorion or sakkos. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss
  • I have summed up the result of our collective work during the last five years, when Lenin retired from the party leadership and the reckless epigonism came in, at first living on the interest from the old capital, but soon beginning to spend the capital itself. My Life
  • To be sure, American writers and entertainers didn't all suddenly begin reading him and decide to become his epigones.
  • Pontifical vestments are the liturgical head-covering, excepting in the Armenian Rite where the priest also wears such a covering for the head, the sakkos, the omophorion, the epigonation, and the epimanikia. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner
  • Not only does this process have much capital behind it - fed by the deep-pocket venture capital organizations of Silicon Valley an hour to the south - but it has its epigones in the press.
  • He, however, is no imitative epigone, but a historian of the first rank, helped rather than hindered by the literary tradition within which he wrote.
  • While the system of Democritus has the mystique of an incomparable classical creation, the atomic sys - tem of Epicurus, over a century later, bears the mark of an important but epigonic adaptation. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • The man doesn't like to be dubbed an epigone, especially of the fusion restaurants that have mushroomed in Banjara Hills and Begumpet.
  • If he is a dignitary he wears the epigonation and (in Russia) the mitre also. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery
  • In the Greek Rite the vestment that corresponds to the maniple is the epigonation. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • The animal story, like the contemporaneous naturalistic novel of Zola and his various epigones, could, at least in theory, ground all its narrative events in observation, probability, and fact.
  • The celebrated philosophical essays ( "The Myth of Sisyphus," The Rebel) are the work of an extraordinarily talented and literate epigone. There's Something Wrong with Sven
  • Is that the antique twang of an epigonion, or the sweet trill of the piccolo heckelphone? Times, Sunday Times
  • Pontifical vestments are the liturgical head-covering, excepting in the Armenian Rite where the priest also wears such a covering for the head, the sakkos, the omophorion, the epigonation, and the epimanikia. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner
  • Byzantine mitre and epigonation, but not the omophorion or sakkos. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss
  • A peculiar episcopal ornament is the _epigonation_. Russia As Seen and Described by Famous Writers
  • I wrote a long paper last fall which you can find here in which I make out Gore as an epigone of Heidegger. enowning
  • In a curious irony of history, an epigone frequently becomes better known than his/her illustrious namesake and predecessor. The other (and greater) Moctezuma I
  • This much is certain already: Though old-fashioned, the work is generally too well crafted to make him a mere epigone.
  • The new pontifical vestments were: the sakkos, still a patriarchal vestment; the epimanikien; the epigonation, in so far as this vestment had not already been introduced before the ninth century; the epigonation first had the form of a handkerchief and was called enchirion (hand-cloth, handkerchief), it was not named epigonation until the twelfth century. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner
  • In the Greek Rite the vestment that corresponds to the maniple is the epigonation. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • The new pontifical vestments were: the sakkos, still a patriarchal vestment; the epimanikien; the epigonation, in so far as this vestment had not already been introduced before the ninth century; the epigonation first had the form of a handkerchief and was called enchirion (hand-cloth, handkerchief), it was not named epigonation until the twelfth century. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner
  • In the context of the pervasive nineteenth century idealism of Hegel, Kant and their epigones, this axiomatic statement was anything but banal.
  • The fetishistic medievalism—Breivik seems to have designed a military dress uniform, and wants to wear it to his trial—is significant: Like Osama bin Laden and his epigones, his worldview seems mainly defined by the politics of the 13th century. What Is Anders Breivik?
  • Carmela was trying to get her Linux booted Treo 700's calendaring app to work in a Epeus 'epigone way: "This means you can take hCalendar and hCard data from the web into Outlook, into MSN's Live calendar application, and connect other apps data into and out of the browser in a nice user-obvious way. The 2.0 Sopranos Family $1.99 on Itunes
  • Pontifical vestments are the liturgical head-covering, excepting in the Armenian Rite where the priest also wears such a covering for the head, the sakkos, the omophorion, the epigonation, and the epimanikia. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner
  • Friends Again came up with a great run of singles, but their very first, Honey at the Core, which they sadly rerecorded in an epigonic way for their disappointing first - and only - album (I think it's the way with Scottish bands to promise a great deal with their singles and then let us down with their first albums), is my very favourite by anybody. Word Magazine - Comments
  • We, for our part, all considered ourselves their inheritors, even epigones, with the responsibility of translating their German thinking into American categories and presenting a ‘new theology’ to our countrymen and women.
  • Giants, the epigones of Uranus, stamp around in the cold, steaming like cattle.

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