A truth less universally acknowledged is the role of politics.
First, unlike (ES-prop) it is not a schema, but a universally quantified formula.
Press ethics are on a high level, and editorial independence is universally recognized.
Critics primarily focused on the film’s curious special effects when filing universally damning notices.
He did so just when he was universally regarded as the embodiment of socialist optimism.
The company’s mission is “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.”
In this view, full moral status must not only be independent of external circumstances, but must be universally recognized.
And I think we'll be doing very well if a vaccine is universally available and has been universally delivered next summer.
“I’m hoping to make a world that’s universally readable,” says Van Hove, “and that universally communicates on an emotional level.”
She has noticed that no subject fascinates and unnerves people more than infidelity—“universally forbidden yet universally practised”.
In the first case, the initial proposition is called universally valid (relative to given variables), in the second universally invalid.
In other words, the goal was to show that large cardinal axioms implied that ΘL(ℝ) ≤ ℵ2 and, more generally, that ΘL(A,ℝ) ≤ ℵ2 for each universally Baire set A.
Though “self-evident” and “universally valid,” the proposition asserting this tripartite character of consciousness is, according to Reinhold, not analytic but synthetic.
Theophrastus also developed a theory of inferences involving premises of the form “α is universally predicated of everything of which γ is universally predicated” and of related forms.
Methodological reductionism also has been universally accepted since the scientific revolution of the 17th century, and in the 20th century its triumphs were outstanding, particularly in molecular biology.
Third, anyone universally (or almost universally) called a Pythagorean by later sources, and whom early sources do not treat as independent of Pythagoreanism, explicitly or implicitly, can be regarded as a Pythagorean.
Though many measures of α-diversity have been proposed over the years, MacArthur's (1965) proposal to use the Shannon measure of information content in a communication process (Shannon 1948) has remained the most popular (though not universally accepted).
Paula Sheridan, a coach whose firm Unwrapping Potential works with professional women, says her clients "almost universally" report that they are the ones planning meals, creating timetables and downloading learning resources for children - along with dozens of other tasks.
The rule is, if something is predicated of some subject universally, then whatever is removed universally from the predicate is removed universally from the subject (William provides a lengthy set of rules describing the logical relations that hold between subjects and predicates).
The notion that the natural law constitutes the basic principles of practical rationality implies, for Aquinas, both that the precepts of the natural law are universally binding by nature (ST IaIIae 94, 4) and that the precepts of the natural law are universally knowable by nature (ST IaIIae 94, 4; 94, 6).
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