Who are “we”, who “are equally uncertain”?
We could be sisters here, Clara and I, equally poor and equally beautiful.
For the Labour Party, which anguished for days over whether to back an election, the risks are equally high.
Both groups seemed equally eager to participate in the tasks, but the urban mice were better at solving the novel ones.
There is a further question about how equally welfare itself should be distributed.
"They are equally as burdensome in terms of time and equally litigious," Palihapitiya said, comparing DPOs to IPOs.
(For discussion of the situation where two codes have equally high expected value and seem equally close to conventional morality, see Hooker 2000: 115.
Leung were ousted, Beijing would almost certainly install someone equally beholden to the party and equally illegitimate in the eyes of many in Hong Kong.
Note that Windelband does not differentiate between the idea that all beliefs have only relative validity and the claim that they are all equally justified or equally valid.
Another, equally painful and equally complicated, is Chiron’s relationship with his mother, Paula (Naomie Harris), who slides from casual crack smoking into desperate addiction.
Their names are modern and arbitrary; the divisions between them are not equally sharp and do not apply equally to all parts of the Greek world, but they serve as a general guide to successive trends.
Its appearance combines significant proportions with clean, elegant design and impeccable build quality – and the sound it makes is equally extensive, equally detailed and equally convincing.
Archbishop Welby quotes Edward Gibbon, the great historian of the Roman empire: religions in Rome “were all considered by the people as equally true; by the philosopher as equally false; and by the magistrate as equally useful.”
The logarithme, therefore, of any sine is a number very neerely expressing the line which increased equally in the meene time whiles the line of the whole sine decreased proportionally into that sine, both motions being equal timed and the beginning equally shift.
The result is that on his view there is more than one correct relation of logical consequence, since that relation is relative to the choice of logical constants, and there is more than one equally correct set of these, resulting in different, equally correct logics.
I found this quote in the booklet notes to a recording by the pianist Angela Hewitt, who wrote that when the elderly Bach was asked to reveal the secret of his success, he simply replied, “I was obliged to be industrious; whoever is equally industrious will succeed equally well.”
One being the capacity to think of x, which could be equally exercised in thoughts about x to the effect that it is G or H; and the other being a conception of what it is to be F, which could be equally exercised in thoughts about other individuals, to the effect that they are F. (1982: 75)
So Eva put her golden head close to his, and the two commenced a grave and anxious discussion, each one equally earnest, and about equally ignorant; and, with a deal of consulting and advising over every word, the composition began, as they both felt very sanguine, to look quite like writing.
Universal domain requires the aggregation rule to cope with any level of ‘pluralism’ in its inputs; anonymity requires it to treat all voters equally; neutrality requires it to treat all alternatives equally; and positive responsiveness requires the social decision to be a positive function of the way people vote.
For though all Crimes doe equally deserve the name of Injustice, as all deviation from a strait line is equally crookednesse, which the Stoicks rightly observed; yet it does not follow that all Crimes are equally unjust, no more than that all crooked lines are equally crooked; which the Stoicks not observing, held it as great a Crime, to kill a Hen, against the Law, as to kill ones Father.
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For though all Crimes doe equally deserve the name of Injustice as all deviation from a strait line is equally crookednesse which the Stoicks rightly observed yet it does not follow that all Crimes are equally unjust no more than that all crooked lines are equally crooked which the Stoicks not observing held it as great a Crime to kill a Hen against the Law as to kill ones Father