Laden comes to stand for and be commensurable
with both wickedness and
First, the two parts of the question are epistemically very different, one being a factual event and the other a legal construct; the law needs commensurable
measures to combine them.
with the characteristic size of a single element of the vortex tube.
In order to enable rapidly industrializing developing economies to take on binding commitments commensurable
with their circumstances, certain categories would entail intermediate forms of mitigation commitment, such as targets to reduce emissions compared to a business-as-usual projection or to reduce the emissions intensity of national production.
philosophy more methodologically commensurable
with the complex
The trend reported in literature revealed librarians mostly cataloguers aged faster in contrast to their other colleagues thereby depleting their population without commensurable
In law and economics it is assumed that all potential outcomes are commensurable
and comparable to one another.
A number of these artists not only were attracted to the vernacular crafts manifested everywhere around them but regularly invested a commensurable
portion of their own identities in the active pursuits of their non-artist neighbors, cultivating the same skills and submitting to the same demands and risks in the surf lineup, at the drag strip, or on the dirt track.
This fact makes the marginal values of many very different goods and services commensurable
In Part 1 Marx initially leaves surplus-value and exploitation out of his argument to develop a theory of the commodity from value's simple form (an exchange between two commodities' use-values) to forms where the wide diversities of use-values are rendered commensurable
, through to their general exchangeability via the money commodity (Callinicos, 2009: 28).
Due to this, the residual stress may vary at a distance commensurable
with the distance between cooling jets.
The two newest EU Member States remain commensurable
to the other Balkan countries in terms of economic state, quality of life, level of democracy and state governance, according to the so-called Catch-up Index, prepared by experts of the Open Society Institute.
In his commentary on Aristotle's Metaphysics M, Alexander of Aphrodisias, the second-century Peripatetic philosopher, asserts that mathematics concerns commensurable
, well-ordered, and defined things (ra aupperpa cai euracra caiopiapeva).
Interreligious Interaction: Modes of Witness Incommensurable [left and Commensurable
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23) In speaking of the attributes or characteristics that are common to the referents of a concept, or to the dimensions on which they are commensurable
, Rand is not treating them as realist universals.