Ordinary life desires.
Thus the sense-datum is a non-ordinary object.
(Ordinary water has a composition represented by H2O.)
The transfer of ordinary shares must be approved by the Board of directors.
The following are examples of ordinary differential equations:
A definition that aims at (b) at the cost of possibly violating some ordinary intuitions is prescriptive.
According to Zalta, every object necessarily exists (whether abstract or ordinary), but ordinary objects are not necessarily concrete.
There they can post even imperfect shots: of their ordinary selves, their ordinary lives, even an ordinary dog by a taco stand
It appears to ordinary, unenlightened people, and these ordinary, unenlightened people identify it by means of the linguistic convention, “Eiffel Tower.”
Since if we are not perceptually aware of ordinary objects in veridical experiences, it is unclear how any form of perceptual awareness of ordinary objects can be secured.
The order explicitly excludes gatherings including the ordinary operation of a school, university, Tafe and educational college; the ordinary conduct of a court; public transport; and employees attending a workplace.
One of those pre-programmed electronic thingies beeps and flashes when dinner is ready – dinner served on ordinary plastic plates sitting on ordinary plastic trays, together with ordinary plastic cutlery.
Phenomenology shares with ordinary-language philosophy a respect for the distinctions between the phenomena reflected in the shades of meaning of ordinary language as a possible starting point for phenomenological analyses.
So in order to analyze (16), we will need something like “super-plural” quantification — quantification that stands to ordinary plural quantification as ordinary plural quantification stands to singular — and corresponding non-distributive predication.
Ordinary beliefs are not δόγματα… Nonetheless, in rejecting δόγματα the Pyrrhonist must reject ordinary beliefs; for the possession of ordinary beliefs presupposes the possession of at least one δόγμα—the δόγμα that there is a criterion of truth.
That is, experiencing and appreciating the ordinary as extraordinary follows a rather well-trodden path in aesthetics discourse, while experiencing and appreciating the ordinary as ordinary poses a specific challenge to everyday aesthetics discourse.
Partial differential equations are harder to solve than ordinary differential equations, but the partial differential equations associated with wave propagation and heat flow can be reduced to a system of ordinary differential equations through a process known as separation of variables.
Dennis feels different - he's an ordinary boy who lives in an ordinary house in an ordinary street, he plays football with his mates and lives with his dad and brother, but he is frustrated by the boring grey world he inhabits - life has never really been the same since his mum left.
She added: "I feel it was a monumental time in the city's history, a time when ordinary people stood up, ordinary people protested, ordinary people rioted, ordinary people organised, ordinary people staffed the barricades and ordinary people looked after the wounded," Ms McLaughlin said.
She says "the country has been torn to shreds" by the pandemic, warning that beyond the health crisis, "the wounds it has inflicted on the country are far deeper and greater than anything I've ever seen in my lifetime in terms of ordinary folk, having to claim universal credit, ordinary people having to turn to food banks, ordinary people becoming homeless".
- a judge of a probate court
- lacking special distinction, rank, or status; commonly encountered
- not exceptional in any way especially in quality or ability or size or degree
Example: ordinary everyday objects
- the expected or commonplace condition or situation
Example: not out of the ordinary
- a clergyman appointed to prepare condemned prisoners for death
- an early bicycle with a very large front wheel and small back wheel
- (heraldry) any of several conventional figures used on shields
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She says the country has been torn to shreds by the pandemic warning that beyond the health crisis the wounds it has inflicted on the country are far deeper and greater than anything I've ever seen in my lifetime in terms of ordinary folk having to claim universal credit ordinary people having to turn to food banks ordinary people becoming homeless