Not so behaviorism the doctrine.
But doctrine is doctrine.
"There is no doubt that in following Church doctrine, Mr.
After 1870 interpretation of the Monroe Doctrine became increasingly broad.
Hume’s position on the doctrine of a future state is clear.
In addition, there are controversies about what the doctrine actually amounts to.
American strategy until now has been rooted mainly in counterinsurgency doctrine.
How about a doctrine of prevention, where America leads and stays engaged with these problems -
For this reason, we shall now turn our attention to the various arguments in defence of this doctrine.
(Aertsen 2012, 109–127) But there are some main sources that provided essential elements for the doctrine.
The doctrine is the prerequisite for the Christian understanding of the meaning of Jesus’ crucifixion and atonement.
This is not the appropriate forum for a full consideration of the doctrine, for which see the entry on the doctrine of double effect.
This is the doctrine that exactly one concrete object token is basic, and is equivalent to the classical doctrine that the whole is prior to its (proper) parts.
He was, indeed, one of the originators of the 19th-century doctrine of the harmony of class interests and of the related doctrine that maximum social satisfaction occurs under free competition.
As such, the doctrine is related to, but distinguishable from, the concept of indefectibility, or the doctrine that the grace promised to the church assures its perseverance until the end of time.
As with the Doctrine of Double Effect, how plausible one finds these applications of the doctrine of doing and allowing will determine how plausible one finds this cause-based view of human agency.
It is worth noting that while Johnston and others cite Bertrand Russell and Galen Strawson as advocates of the doctrine, these two authors actually say very different things, in the quotes given to illustrate the doctrine.
A reasonable Islamic doctrine, and a reasonable atheistic doctrine, might also affirm this same right to religious freedom--not, of course, for the same reasons as Catholic doctrine, but each for its own reasons.
The Madhyamika (“Doctrine of the Middle Way”) system, also known as Shunyavada (“Theory of Negativity or Relativity”), held both subject and object to be unreal and systematized the doctrine of shunyata (“cosmic emptiness”) contained in the Prajnaparamita literature.
Past American presidents have proclaimed various guiding “doctrines”: the Truman doctrine committed America to opposing the spread of communism; the Carter doctrine promised that America would defend its interests in the oil states; the Reagan doctrine was the Truman doctrine, with a new willingness to back anti-communist guerrillas added on.
- a belief (or system of beliefs) accepted as authoritative by some group or school
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Past American presidents have proclaimed various guiding doctrines the Truman doctrine committed America to opposing the spread of communism the Carter doctrine promised that America would defend its interests in the oil states the Reagan doctrine was the Truman doctrine with a new willingness to back anti-communist guerrillas added on