The instrumentality of one-party rule in the crusade against evil has great appeal.
On the instrumentality of virtue there was an important dispute between Vlastos and Irwin.
War also remained a stark but rational instrumentality in certain more limited conflicts, such as those between Israel and the Arab nations.
In theory, any asset abroad which can be proven to be an “instrumentality” of the Russian state - ie under its direct ownership or control - could be the subject of a demand for seizure based on the arbitration court’s judgment.
Other topics treated in the dialogue are the unity of virtue, the instrumentality of virtue for pleasure, and the denial of acrasia.
One of the innovations introduced by Llull in the ladder of beings is the category he calls instrumentality or artifice, which is introduced after he begins the reformulation of the Ars in 1290.
Specifically, American psychologist Janet Spence argued that the terms masculinity and femininity are inappropriate for labeling the scales, as they assess only instrumentality and expressiveness.
In entering upon the great work before us. we anticipate no small amount of misconception, misrepresentation, and ridicule; but we shall use every instrumentality within our power to effect our object.
As noted at the opening of this article, modern literary critics have helped to free rhetoric from its traditional emphasis by proving its instrumentality in literary analysis—“practical criticism,” as the English critic I.A.
Our friendship lasted, in this manner, for several years, during which my general temperament and character—through the instrumentality of the Fiend Intemperance—had (I blush to confess it) experienced a radical alteration for the worse.
Nussbaum identifies seven distinct kinds of actions that may or may not be part of objectification in any given instance: instrumentality, denial of autonomy, inertness, fungibility, violability, ownership, and denial of subjectivity (Nussbaum 1999: 218).
The Valentinian system developed into Eastern and Western forms in greater complexity, although the earlier structure was similar to Pauline mystical theology, with its emphasis on the instrumentality of Christ’s death and resurrection in effecting Christian deliverance.
The benefits already gained through this instrumentality and the further usefulness it promises entitle it to the hearty support and encouragement of all who desire to see our public service well performed or who hope for the elevation of political sentiment and the purification of political methods.
Alexander the Sixth arose afterwards, who of all the pontiffs that have ever been showed how a pope with both money and arms was able to prevail; and through the instrumentality of the Duke Valentino, and by reason of the entry of the French, he brought about all those things which I have discussed above in the actions of the duke.
Gaṅgeśa criticises Principle 1 on three grounds: (a) it entails that every awareness is perceptual since every awareness is produced by the instrumentality of the ‘inner’ sense faculty or manas; (b) it fails to include divine perception, which involves no sensory connection; and (c) there is no one type of sensory connection, nor anything obviously in common to the ad hoc list of six types.
The Philippine constitution adopted in 1987 after the ouster of Ferdinand Marcos explicitly limited the courts to deciding actual cases or controversies, but it effectively rejected the validity of the political question doctrine as a limit of the power of courts by establishing their duty to decide by judicial review “whether or not there has been a grave abuse of discretion amounting to a lack or excess of jurisdiction on the part of any branch or instrumentality of government.”
- a subsidiary organ of government created for a special purpose
- the quality of being instrumental for some purpose
- an artifact (that is instrumental in accomplishing some end) for accomplishing some end
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The Philippine constitution adopted in 1987 after the ouster of Ferdinand Marcos explicitly limited the courts to deciding actual cases or controversies but it effectively rejected the validity of the political question doctrine as a limit of the power of courts by establishing their duty to decide by judicial review whether or not there has been a grave abuse of discretion amounting to a lack or excess of jurisdiction on the part of any branch or instrumentality of government