- n the quality of being not alike; being distinct or different from that otherwise experienced or known
- This magnificently austere epic makes us too feel (and taste and smell) that otherness, the discomfiting strangeness of these lives, the authentic tragedy of their collision.
- As Douthat notes, Jindal has already overcome his "otherness" by getting elected in Louisiana.
- That America was an act of faith the faith that "otherness" was not threatening but nourishing, the faith that there could be a country big enough in spirit to welcome and .
News & Articles
- George Christy Talks About Christian Brechneff, the island of Sifnos And More!
“Otherness … a word I never knew. Or ever thought about. To think and write about the “otherness” was my publisher's advice. Otherness being my thirty years of spiritual solace on a Greek island, Sifnos, in the Cyclades. When I was 21, I moved to Greece to sketch and paint and restore myself.”
Aug. 30, 2013 - Beverly Hills Courier
- Pope Benedict XVI in Sudan Tribune
The Pope stated that, "God's transcendence and otherness are so exalted that our reason, our sense of the true and good, are no longer an authentic mirror of God, whose deepest possibilities remain eternally unattainable and hidden behind his actual...
- Timothy Garton Ash in FOXNews
British author Timothy Garton Ash wrote that, "Palin ...... like George W. Bush, reinforces every European cliche about the otherness (cowboyness, hickiness, wackiness) of Americans."
- BrassaÃ¯ in International Herald Tribune
The night suggests, it does not show,wrote BrassaÃ¯, the 20th- century's best-known photographer of Paris at night. "The night disquiets and surprises us with its otherness."