How graciously He anticipates their probable censure, and turns their thoughts rather on themselves, by the acknowledgment that the failure was intelligible, since the condition was hard!
The uncertainty as to the indication given by the token is reflected by the reiterated questions of the Apostles, which, in the Greek, are cast in a form that anticipates a negative answer: 'Surely not I?
That loving eye reads our hearts and anticipates our dreary hopelessness by His sweet comfortings.
He anticipates 'coming in the clouds of heaven,' which distinctly claims to be the future Judge of the world.
He intends to go to Italy, but anticipates no pleasure from travelling in that country; he is certain that any French provincial town has more agreeable society and a better theatre than Rome.
As a Romantic colourist Chateaubriand anticipates Victor Hugo, in his melancholy ennui he anticipates Byron.
But he does not trust to intellectual methods for his success; the success that he anticipates is not such as follows the promulgation of ideas, or the establishment of moral convictions.
In the preface to the first collection of Homilies he anticipates the disapproval of those who demand greater closeness in following originals.
It is the first to glorify Beatrice as one in whom Heaven is more concerned than Earth; and in it, too, heanticipates his journey through the other world.
Virgil anticipates the objection before it is fully expressed, and reminds him that the passage through Inferno is to be only one stage of his journey.
Moses anticipates that all he has said in praise of Canaan will be made good by the report, and the people will be encouraged to enter at once on the final struggle.
At other times our own anxiety anticipates the command.
And the doctrine must be that any one who, looking beneath the surface of things, studying the character of men and peoples, connects the past and the present and anticipates events which are still far off, has his illumination from God.
But he anticipates with no uncertainty that Moab shall be attacked and broken, and that the victorious leader shall even penetrate to the fastnesses of Edom and reduce them.
Involuntarily the imagination in them anticipates intuition, and reflection is in play before the sensuous nature has done its function; they shut their eyes and stop their ears to plunge into internal meditations.
As the division of labour--the chief principle of organised society--is carried further heanticipates that .
This division actually anticipatesthe synthesis of Hegel.
But perhaps some of his most characteristic performances in this line are those in which he anticipates the modern taste for muscularity.
Secondly, the section anticipates a problem which is first adequately dealt with in the second Critique.
Kant so far anticipates his criticism of the ontological argument as to give, in the remaining paragraphs of this second section, a preliminary criticism of this procedure.
In so doing heanticipates the conclusion which is first drawn in this later paragraph.
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