Main tenents: No contact with an 'underlying reality' beyond our perceptions. Knowledge, culture, etc. are constructs created by human systems of knowledge. Consider reading Michael Mahoney, Kenneth Gergen, George Kelly, etc...
Expounded is a verb, the past tense of expound, which means to give a detailed explanation. Like this. I just expounded on "expounded."
Karl Marx is expounded the theory of division of labor.
The professor expounded on that wacky theory for an entire hour!
Sri Adi Shankaracharya
8.071 when simplified can be expounded into ( 8 + 0.071).
1823 was the year that Monroe expounded his famous doctrine.
Jane Doe expounded her philosophy clearly and energetically.
Dao-te Ching or Tao-te Ching.
Progressive Conservative Party leader John Diefenbaker
1,002,003 = one million, two thousand, three.
* Reasoned * Defined * Made Understood * Construed * Explicated * Expounded * Accounted For
Jane Doe expounded [set out] her views very clearly for us.
"Expound" is a regular verb; therefore, the simple past and the past participle are both "expounded".
This question needs to be expounded upon. 'type of sugar' ... for what? ... from where? Can't answer the question properly when the sentence isn't completed...
Yes. The provisions for divorce are in Deuteronomy chapter 24 and expounded upon in the Mishnah and the Talmud.
Buddhism has no God. Buddha, the founder of the 'religion' expounded that the way to enlightenment and redemption was through self effort.
Jeremy Bentham (1748-1836),James Mill(1773-1839) and Henry Sidgwick (1838-1900)
S. N. Kandaswamy has written: 'Buddhism as expounded in Manimekalai' -- subject(s): Buddhism
William M Lacy has written: 'An examination of the philosophy of the unknowable as expounded by Herbert Spencer'
B. Lyon Williams has written: 'The science of memory fully expounded' -- subject(s): Mnemonics
Islamic Laws are based on the Qur'an, Hadiths, and Biography of the Prophet as interpreted and expounded by Islamic Jurists called Faqihs.
People who listen to sermons generally do so to receive instruction, edification, refreshment, and to hear the Word of God expounded.