But it’s also profound if we are alone.
This principle has for Croce a profound significance:
“Profound fatigue, profound brain fog.
Do they hold some profound ancient wisdoms we have lost?
Let’s hope it has an equally profound impact on the history industry.
The country was experiencing a moment of “profound revolution”, he wrote.
This is extraordinary time of profound change and we can be nimble with singles.
., is classified as profound hypothermia: the stage at which major organs fail and clinical death occurs.
I think the damage has been profound, and is perhaps more profound than I thought it would be in the first two years.
He argues for a broader understanding of it as concerning a profound sensitivity to the emotional and affective dimensions of existence in general.
The mean profoundness rating was 2.6, indicating the quotes were generally seen as between 'somewhat profound' and 'fairly profound'.
I don't think any other Supreme Court justice has ever had such a profound cultural impact on people, inspiring them to stand up for justice and equality.
Characterised by profound behavioural changes, hallucinations, and delusions, these transformations in behaviour can have profound consequences, he added.
A sceptic may share the pair’s concerns about American society yet wonder if, in such a vigorously competitive, capitalist place, those profound changes in thinking are probable.
Yet religion provides a more profound understanding of freedom than art, just as philosophy provides a clearer and more profound understanding of freedom than religion.
James Carlyle was a mason by trade and, later, a small farmer, a man of profound Calvinist convictions whose character and way of life had a profound and lasting influence on his son.
Regarding the liberalisation of Ireland (“Personal and political”, December 21st), the “profound shift” in Irish social attitudes over the past four decades has been matched by a similarly profound change in economic circumstances.
“The world order that we’re in is undergoing a profound adjustment, and domestically, this is an important period of profound changes,” Guo Jinlong, the party chief of Beijing, said at a meeting in mid-January, according to the Beijing Daily newspaper.
interested in the disconnect between my experience of actual artworks and the claims made on their behalf; the closest I’d come to having a profound experience of art was probably the experience of this distance, a profound experience of the absence of profundity.
In the final two tests, participants read mundane statements, like "newborn babies require constant attention" and well-known, 'truly' profound quotes like "a wet person does not fear the rain" as controls, just to check that participants weren't labelling everything as profound.
- showing intellectual penetration or emotional depth
Example: the differences are profound
- of the greatest intensity; complete
Example: a profound silence
- far-reaching and thoroughgoing in effect especially on the nature of something
- coming from deep within one
Example: a profound sigh
- (of sleep) deep and complete
- situated at or extending to great depth; too deep to have been sounded or plumbed
Example: the profound depths of the sea
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