Sentences with word «nothingness»

"Nothingness" is a song by Living Colour and the third single off their third studio album, Stain. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)
The figures in paintings by Bettina Sellmann at Derek Eller Gallery emerge from chaos like misty, gem-colored invocations of the fearful nothingness ancient cultures believed to be just outside the human realm.
ART
It's a linear flight into nothingness, a flight from reality and from God, without purpose and without objective, except to keep moving, to keep from having to face reality (See Max Picard: The Flight From God).»
RELIGION
At this summer training camp, Luciano Spalletti will be able to examine the cluster of disaffected nothingness at his disposal in the flesh for the first time, having spent the last three weeks waiting for first-team signings that still haven't arrived.
SPORTS
The issues likely won't be problematic enough to actually turn you off, but needing to reset from a checkpoint after watching Aveline slip through the ground into nothingness will undoubtedly annoy you.
GAMING
Effluent from the concept of nothingness so central to Zen, the poem begins «To Whom / No subject / No image / No taste / No object / No beauty...» 13
ART
If you saw what Boston district high schools are like to graduate — the no-homework, no classwork, sheer nothingness; versus charters that at least pass what I'm sure you'd think was a reasonable bar to have HS graduation — I wonder if it might change a bit how you view high school completion as a valuable proxy for anything.
EDUCATION
The game definitely has some great features, the sword free attack is really awesome whenever you slice and dice enemies into nothingness, and the assassinations are some of the most brutal I have seen in most games nowadays.
GAMING
except there isn't quite nothingness, there's the old chestnut of «footballer saying things on international duty» and this time it's the turn of Mesut Ozil, who has had his say on former players and «legends» laying in to him.
SPORTS
We're all dealing with fear, anxiety, nothingness; and the smallness of our being.
RELIGION
Having appeared out of nothingness, the warrior departs the scene in the same way, riding away into the snow, unguided and aimless.
ART
-- John Woo Being and nothingness In a taut and lean 100 minutes Jean-Pierre Melville somehow manages to condense and distill 30 plus years of gangster movies, police procedurals, and film noir into an astonishing existential tenor with Le Samouraï....
MOVIES & TV
Based on the 2008 novel of the same name by Philip Roth, it is a study of Simon Axler, an actor crumbling as he feels his craft drifting away leaving him in limbo between reality and delusion, comedy and tragedy, meaning and nothingness.
MOVIES & TV
At a second north-end site later that day, in a home that miraculously survived despite backing onto a section of the fire-razed city, another crew member hired by Feldstein swabbed windows that overlook the wasteland — a bone-white ash pit with roads divvying up the nothingness.
BUSINESS
Almost immediately, as traffic bleeds into nothingness past our view from the cozy cabin, we wonder aloud why anyone would shell out for the pricier 650S.
AUTOMOBILES
Something that can mislead an already misled world into total nothingness.
SPORTS
IstockphotoLast week, I wrote about the secret to a great massage: to focus in and fight the temptation to drift off into nothingness.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Now, would you care to comment on this «nothingness» the Universe supposedly came from?
ENVIRONMENT
Suggesting the sea and the sky, they bring us, appropriately, to the edge of nothingness.
ART
The idea that the ultimate goal of a religion was to be freed from repetitive existence became synonymous with achieving total nothingness.
MOVIES & TV
Haigh's films sometimes drift off into a desultory nothingness, but he has a real feeling for people — not to mention horses.
MOVIES & TV
Holy Saturday provides a profound occasion to contemplate the drama of the paradox of infinity dwindled to infancy, now transposed into the paradox of the indomitable power of life enduring the dissolving nothingness of death.
RELIGION
Unfortunately for Oxlade-Chamberlain, his teammates only succeeded in working the danger out of that situation as they nodded and passed it into nothingness within the opposition's area.
SPORTS
This scrap can be pasted into the pink nothingness beside the Heart Block.
GAMING
What Hartshorne states is that the future is possible now because it already has generic traits which are known by God, though God does not know now the details it will later have; «nothingness,» however, would have neither generic nor specific traits to be known, so that even God could not know it to correspond to or be made true by anything real (PS 1:26).
RELIGION
In an effort to put words to her experiences, Kusama talks about the concept of self-obliteration, a notion of becoming one with the surroundings, of dissolving the boundaries of the Self, of disappearing through her works into an all-embracing nothingness.
ART
It's a brilliant framing device that shows how the film sees Internet communication not as a current events issue, but an issue of human relationships when faced with endless nothingness.
MOVIES & TV
An apparent nothingness drapes itself over the barren tree.
RELIGION
There is humour here, mostly due to the fact that never has nothingness been so pedantically rendered.
ART
Retreating into a field of nothingness, this space of absence acts as the structure through which ideas can be articulated.
ART
«It can create beauty, alternative topographies, ugliness, and intense actualities from seeming nothingness
ART
As each character gradually reveals him - or herself in the form of a poetic monologue, observers become thrust into the role of a voyeur witnessing heartbreaking soliloquies to nothingness.
ART
The whole idea rebelled, except the idea of the Word becoming incarnate and the idea of Mary, who accepted her «nothingness» (Magnificat) and so is «full of grace».
RELIGION
Contemplating emptiness, one confronts nothingness and absence, the invisible and the ineffable, destruction and negation.
ART
At the end of the day the only thing that is guaranteed in life is that the grim shadow of nothingness will eventually envelope all of us and hurl us into the void of eternal unbeing.
JOBS
But, as runtime wore on, it became a exercise in viewing nothingness, one that I struggle to find the words for and care less about doing so.
MOVIES & TV
Fluid, graceful, and highly seductive, Feldman's forms are poetic musings on nothingness and the enchantment of illusion.
ART
To be honest your review is oozing of the same «nothingness» that you accuse this film of having.
MOVIES & TV
One recent zoning item she pushed for limits the expanding street frontage of banks and drugstores, which have turned entire blocks of Manhattan into glassy swaths of nothingness.
POLITICS
A confrontation with nothingness doesn't necessarily have to be frustrating.
ART
I read AT&FFS around seven years ago, before my heart turned black and withered into nothingness.
MOVIES & TV
The spirit world, we've discovered, can't exist, without something else collapsing into nothingness around us, an eventuality which has yet to manifest itself; souls, once thought to be a physical ent.ity, prove to be nothing more than hopeful thinking by people who are afraid of dying.
RELIGION
Actually, it is the manic pacing of the comedy that bothered me, breathlessly frenetic to a fault, as if Russell couldn't stop for even a moment or his whole house of cards would fall apart into nothingness, which I argue would be appropriate for a movie that uses nihilism as a plot device.
MOVIES & TV
A couple nights ago, Jessie and I were talking about our place in the universe, and the idea of «nothingness
DATING
However, the actress is still no match for the sheer storytelling ineptitude on display; a bumbling, vacuous black hole of nothingness, here to do little more than gnaw at your precious time, the same way cancer eats at Pegg's nebbish English tutor's lungs.
MOVIES & TV
This void might be correlated with emptiness or «nothingness» that is talked about in Buddhist psychology.
RELATIONSHIPS
They look back in the chest of this dead man called the classic narrative only to find it is filled with nothingness, and we all can do nothing but weep that the heart of storytelling beats for no one anymore.
MOVIES & TV
Toggling between «bland nothingness» on the one hand and «racist hatred» on the other, white Americans have little that is compelling to hold on to, but this has at least one positive effect.
EDUCATION
To one side was the reef, teeming with sea life; to the other side was a seemingly infinite abyss of dark, blue nothingness.
TRAVEL
But that leaves a goodly 97, which should keep you amused should you find yourself in an airport check-in queue, or waiting for a date, or loitering while your kid comes out of class — any one of the many tiny spaces of nothingness found in every daily round, if you look hard enough.
SCIENCE
In «The End of the End of Everything,» which concludes the book, those not yet quite dead gather at the edge of a spreading nothingness for elaborate, artistically arranged suicide parties.
BOOKS
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