noun, plural ex·e·ge·ses [ek-si-jee-seez]. /ˌɛk sɪˈdʒi siz/.
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His by far most moving and lucid exegesis comes smack in the middle of his book, where in “Tales of the Wounded Healer” Kearney traces the lineages of touch and healing among the ancient and biblical.Exploring the sense of touch, and why we hunger for contact|Sophie Dess|February 26, 2021|Washington Post
But I think there was a peculiar kind of Jewish Americaness also in that fascination with constitutional law and legal exegesis.
Almost all Christians, even most textualists, accept the need for exegesis, synthesis, and theological application.
The show at the Grand Palais always provides a short exegesis on the sociology of status.
There was a long exegesis on genetics, how we would live to be 125 or was it 124, how he controlled his blood pressure by thought.
It seemed to me that there must be a defect in the translation, and an erroneous exegesis; but where was the source of the error?My Religion|Leo Tolstoy
But little exegesis is needed for a right comprehension of the true and substantial import of the work.Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIII|John Lord
Against all such superficialities of exegesis alike our safeguard must be a broad common-sense induction.Montaigne and Shakspere|John M. Robertson
And they worked this unhistorical belief to its breaking point in their Biblical exegesis.
It needs not our saying that it must be an extraordinary mode of exegesis that can find such things in such unusual places.