dichotomy


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being twofold

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If people cannot move past the false dichotomy between support and criticism, then they will keep siding with their political idols and opposing those they assume to be against them-ultimately leading to antagonism and hate.
Thus, observers should also be comparing the predicted and observed times of dichotomy itself.
15 September 2016 - China-based technology company LeEco has acquired US-based film production company Dichotomy Creative Group, the company said.
The final two essays (Schott's and Jensen and Stepputat's) do, however, usefully attack the standard dichotomy of combatant and civilian.
Although Mewett argues with some justice that the strategy-statecraft dichotomy may not provide satisfactory insight into the many gray areas between war and diplomacy, it strikes me that we do not necessarily disagree all that much.
The next dichotomy is focused on preferred attitude i.
In this exploration of the concept of dichotomy, and some extension to dialectic and dialogic, then, I wish to focus these ideas as tools we might use in understanding and interpreting the actions and wishes of individuals with whom we work and, correspondingly, invite them to appropriate these ideas as their own tools to make sense of and interpret how they can best work with or against the social structuring effects of family, education, location and employment to exercise maximum effective career agency in ways that benefit them and those around them in their paid working lives and employment.
Among specific topics are connections between jet parameters and black hole masses in quasars, where accretion disk around black holes end, the x-ray view of compact radio sources, scientific highlights of the MAGIC collaboration observations of AGN, winds and outflows from supermassive black holes, and a dichotomy in radio jet orientation in elliptical galaxies.
Army officers lead amidst a constan dichotomy between mission accomplishment and care for Soldiers.
According to latest IRI Times & Trends Report, "The Value/Premium Dichotomy," value brands are growing rapidly in terms of dollars, mid-tier brands are lagging and premium brands are picking up steam.
For example, gender differences within the human race are a dichotomy - everyone is either male or female.
Neille Ilel nailed the dichotomy between the two kinds of emergency aid groups in New Orleans ("A Healthy Dose of Anarchy," December).
As a church we have always lived in the dichotomy of the universality of the call toward and the narrowness of our discipleship in Christ.
Clark (May/June 2006) on Naturalism-Supernaturalism (the perfect dichotomy, which makes separation of church and state essential) explored the basic motivations of the intolerant religionists, and is of historic clarity and will, hopefully, be widely distributed.
He read the New Testament of the Bible from cover to cover ten times over the next fourteen years, and discovered the dichotomy between organized Christianity versus the documented teachings of Jesus Christ.