Their value derives ultimately from the never-ending stream of dividends they are expected to spit out.
The English term café, borrowed from the French, derives ultimately from the Turkish kahve, meaning coffee.
Wu said the vigils are a reminder that the party’s authority derives from military might, not popular support.
According to the most common proposal, the normativity of belief derives from the connection between belief and truth.
The growing embryo derives continuous nourishment from the mother, usually through a placenta or similar structure.
Helium derives from radioisotopes of thorium and the uranium family, and argon derives from potassium.
This claim is closely linked to the idea that our basic conception of mental states—“folk psychology”—derives from theorizing.
For the language fiends out there, the word entrepreneur derives from the French verb ‘entreprendre’ which means ‘to undertake’.
Duiker derives from the Afrikaans duikerbok (“diving buck”), which describes the sudden headlong flight of duikers flushed from hiding.
More than three-fourths of the district’s income derives from the service sector, and about one-fourth derives from manufacturing.
And most remarkably, Ramsey (1926) (and later, Savage 1954 and Jeffrey 1966) derives both probabilities and utilities from rational preferences alone.
Linus, also spelled Linos, in Greek mythology, the personification of lamentation; the name derives from the ritual cry ailinon, the refrain of a dirge.
From this microcosm, Hoggart derives a work resonant with universal truths about the interaction between the many and the few; the ordinary person and the dominant elites.
A third epistemological objection derives from Wilfrid Sellars (2000), who questions the traditional account of foundational empirical knowledge (knowledge that comes immediately from experience).
The Scream's popularity, she believes, derives from a tendency to regard artforms prefixed with adjectives like "edgy", "dark" and "disturbing" as somehow superior to those which are light and joyful.
He also wrote that "it is hard not to think that the President's loss of confidence in me derives from my having faithfully discharged my legal obligations as an independent and impartial Inspector General, and from my commitment to continue to do so."
Moreover, he proposes that the transformational operation of deriving the surface structure of (B.ii) from the underlying structure of (B.i) is essentially the same as the one that derives the surface structure of (A.ii) from the underlying structure of (A.i).
Philosophers have taken a variety of approaches to characterizing drift and distinguishing it from natural selection, including a causal process approach that derives from the history just presented, approaches that are mathematically derived, and other sorts of approaches.
The programme reveals the emotional and spiritual strength each of the three derives from a connection with the landscape that comes through time spent in a landscape, through observing, watching, getting to know a landscape, becoming familiar with its colours, moods and character.
The Humean Theory of Reasons, along with other Actual State versions of internalism, is philosophically important because of a Central Problem motivating much ethical theorizing since the 1940s, which derives from a tension between HTR, Moral Rationalism (see section 1.1), and Moral Absolutism:
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