Apparent objects can appear anywhere, at any time.
The axis of this apparent motion coincides with the Earth’s axis of rotation.
Trump’s apparent request to Zelensky flipped that logic on its head: this time, it was a U.S.
A month ago the prime minister was talking about “avoiding tragedy” in his “apparent success”.
Hasker takes the apparent contradiction to be real.
Most apparent counter examples are merely apparent.
Apparent magnitude is the brightness of an object as it appears to an observer on Earth.
However, with the notion of the true world, he says, we have also done away with the apparent one.
Anderson's central idea is that the (alleged) contradictions of Christian doctrine will turn out to be merely apparent.
The distinction between apparent and real lies rather in the justification of the agent’s acts in relation to the principal.
It is important for public confidence and trust in the House of Commons that any real or apparent conflict of interest is investigated.”
The apparent sizes and forms of landscape spaces change with each such seasonal change: bright colours advance, dull colours recede, changing apparent distances.
Just as there is a difference between real and apparent or fallacious deductions in dialectic, we have to distinguish between real and apparent or fallacious enthymemes in rhetoric.
These objections aim to prove the impossibility that the world is merely apparent by arguing that the elements of ordinary experience behave in ways that what is merely apparent does not.
There is a delay of several hours before the full effects of sun or ultraviolet burns are apparent and a delay of 10 to 30 days before the full effects of ionizing radiation burns are apparent.
…science because they believed that God is omnipotent and that his will is entirely free; from this it follows that God could, if he so wished, make any apparent truth a falsehood and any apparent falsehood—even a logical contradiction—a truth.
The probability guilt depends on three factors: the distribution of apparent guilt among the genuinely guilty, the distribution of apparent guilt among the genuinely innocent, and the ratio of genuinely guilty to genuinely innocent defendants who go to trial (see Bell 1987).
When we investigate whether existing things are such as they appear, we grant (δίδομεν) that they appear, and what we investigate is not what is apparent but what is said about what is apparent—and this is different from investigating what is apparent itself.
At this point Newton cuts off the Scholium, explaining that the whole point of having written the treatise to follow is to show how to infer the true motions from their causes, effects, and apparent differences, and conversely the causes and effects from either the true or the apparent motions.
It is true also and more profoundly insofar as the De officiis takes up the same subject as Plato’s Republic, namely the apparent conflict between justice and individual advantage, and proposes broadly the same resolution, namely that the conflict is only ever apparent: violating one’s officia or duties can never serve one’s advantage so long as both are properly understood.
- clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment
Example: the effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the parched fields
- appearing as such but not necessarily so
Example: for all his apparent wealth he had no money to pay the rent
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It is true also and more profoundly insofar as the De officiis takes up the same subject as Platos Republic namely the apparent conflict between justice and individual advantage and proposes broadly the same resolution namely that the conflict is only ever apparent violating ones officia or duties can never serve ones advantage so long as both are properly understood