More complicated than "Consequences" and thus very much in its initial development phase...am planning to tweak it over the next few days. Hey, it works! They vary enormously, so click the link several times.
sentence1 ::= agent makeverbs us to verbphrase . sentence2 ::= the nounlookingfor bigabstractnounphrase is, for source , connector abstractnounphrase . sentence3 ::= adverbphrase the twoargument nounphrase with nounphrase is a thing without which the noun proposed by source will not stand. sentence4 ::= it is only by verbing sourcepossessive noun that we can emphasiser verbphrase .
capsentence1 ::= capagent makeverbs us to verbphrase . capsentence2 ::= The nounlookingfor bigabstractnounphrase is, for source , connector abstractnounphrase . capsentence3 ::= capadverbphrase the twoargument nounphrase with nounphrase is a thing without which the noun proposed by source will not stand. capsentence4 ::= It is only by verbing sourcepossessive noun that we can emphasiser verbphrase .
adverbphrase ::= with bigabstractnounphrase , | with bigabstractnounphrase , | counter to accepted scholarship, | without doing violence to its essential structure, | according to source , | bearing in mind the abstractnoun with which we can verbphrase , | there is a very real sense in which | distinguishing the abstractnounphrase of this noun from its instantiation in this form, | judgementaladjective though it may be to verbphrase , | ultimately, capadverbphrase ::= With bigabstractnounphrase , | With bigabstractnounphrase , | Counter to accepted scholarship, | Without doing violence to its essential structure, | According to source , | Bearing in mind the abstractnoun with which we can verbphrase , | There is a very real sense in which | Distinguishing the abstractnounphrase of this noun from its instantiation in this form, | capjudgementaladjective though it may be to verbphrase , | Ultimately, emphasiser ::= ever | hope to | begin to
bigabstractnounphrase ::= a noun which is attributiveadjectivephrase in its abstractnounphrase | a noun relation nounphrase
abstractnoun ::= simplicity | complexity | plurality | unity | morbidity | profundity | futility | hubris | quixotic defiance of nounphrase | reinterpretation of nounphrase nounlookingfor ::= desire to create | quest for | search for | pursuit of
verbphrase ::= verb the abstractnounphrase with which the text attempts to verb nounphrase | verb nounphrase | verb nounphrase | demonstrate that this is attributiveadjectivephrase | demonstrate that this is attributiveadjectivephrase in its abstractnounphrase | demonstrate that this is attributiveadjectivephrase in its abstractnounphrase relation ::= unencumbered by | ultimately derived from | unconnected with | tangentially influenced by | bearing all the hallmarks of connector ::= an exercise in | the ultimate in | an example of | the epitome of thing ::= narrative device | refinement of the theory | presupposition | necessary factor
agent ::= the text | the author | our hermeneutic | mere reason | a recent trend in critical theory capagent ::= The text | The author | Our hermeneutic | Mere reason | A recent trend in critical theory
source ::= Freud | Sartre | Marx | Huxley | Robert M. Pirsig | Spengler | E. F. Schumacher | Thomas Aquinas | Nietzsche | Martin Luther King, Jr. | Kant | Rousseau | Kierkegaard | Mill | Hobbes | Hume | the structuralists | the formalists | his critics sourcepossessive ::= Freud's | Sartre's | Marx's | Huxley's | Robert M. Pirsig's | Spengler's | E. F. Schumacher's | Thomas Aquinas' | Nietzsche's | Martin Luther King, Jr.'s | Kant's | Rousseau's | Kierkegaard's | Mill's | Hobbes' | Hume's | the structuralists' | the formalists' | his critics'
attributiveadjective ::= Orwellian | post-existentialist | Sisyphean | Platonic | heretical | Wagneresque | proto-Darwinian | Mephistophelean | meta-political | Oedipal | pre-Victorian | anti-American adverb ::= almost | verging on | overwhelmingly | refreshingly | disturbingly | predictably | in a sense | quintessentially | tantalisingly | delightfully | all but | nothing short of | unashamedly | intensely | disturbingly
nounphrase ::= contemporary feminist thought | the concept of a Deity | traditional thinking on this issue | the legacy of Derrida | the author's unfulfilling marriage | the Zoroastrian creation myth | the post-structuralist crisis | the apparent absence of a metanarrative | the rise of Western capitalism | the role of the author
twoargument ::= juxtaposition of | synthesis of | uneasy comparison of | unification of