желание; сильное желание; страсть ; вожделение; просьба ; пожелание; волеизъявление; предмет желания; мечта ;
желать; хотеть; просить; требовать
- Desire and Difference
- It knows too the impurity of transgressive desire, and most of all perhaps the impurity of dominant forms of identity, be they white, heterosexual, whatever.
- She was learning to recognize the effect she had on men, and to her surprise she saw the hint of desire creep into his gaze.
- They desire to keep perfectly still; the more and the longer they move the more they suffer.
- Conversely, those whom he is supposed to desire, and always in specified ways, namely women, he is discouraged from identifying with: that would equal effeminacy; so in relation to them desire for precludes identification with.
- The desire to create a pseudo-history of the movement's afterlife may be good for business, and may have provided extra material for the book (I refer to the Boston text, see pp. 10-;13) but it is not in keeping with the purer aims of the Situationists outlined elsewhere in these and other texts.
- It sounds fantastic to say that one can be enamoured of a season, but that is something like what happened: and, as before, the experience was one of intense desire.
- He cannot understand that he is waiting only a matter of moments before his desire will be satisfied.
- This repeated disavowal of direct desire in favour of imitative alliance is a crucial precondition of one kind of male bonding (what someone once called penises in parallel).
- MATURITY IS: The understanding that if love is not viewed more as a commitment to be entered into than a desire to be fulfilled, neither will happen.
- With God as the absorbing focus of our lives, we can act and love, trust and desire, in ever-deepening channels that flow into the ocean itself.
- THE DESIRE for healthier lifestyles is leading to growing acceptance of alternative medicine in treating minor ailments, a report by Mintel market analysts claimed yesterday.
- The opening paragraph provides the main reason - a desire for a higher standard of living.