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the position from which something is observed or considered

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a mental position from which things are viewed

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It has been a hard fight, for we were, and are to this day, considered the worst plantation in the Solomons from the standpoint of labour.
We may take as one of the best and most typical representatives of this school the Austrian psychologist Brentano, whose "Psychology from the Empirical Standpoint,"* though published in
His views and beliefs had nothing in them to shock or startle her, since she judged them from the standpoint of her lofty position.
He was a student of Kant and judged everything from the standpoint of pure reason.
The young men, Somerfield especially, were inclined to regard the Prince's achievement from a somewhat critical standpoint.
Other inventors had worked from the standpoint of the telegraph; and they never did, and never could, get any better results than signs and symbols.
She had a genius for friendship; girl friends she had in plenty; but she had a vague consciousness that masculine friendship might also be a good thing to round out one's conceptions of companionship and furnish broader standpoints of judgment and comparison.
They may slightly 'verdraaien' [distort] the other party's standpoint, thus creating a 'stroman' [straw man], try 'onder de bewijslast uit te komen' [to wriggle out of the burden of proof] for their own statements, the other party 'onder druk te zetten' [to put pressure on the other party] or 'persoonlijk aan te vallen' [to make a personal attack on them], 'een beroep te doen op autoriteiten wier gezag dubieus is' [to make appeals to dubious authorities], 'verkeerde vergelijkingen te maken' [to draw wrong analogies] or perpetrate 'ongeoorloofde generalisaties' [hasty generalizations].
We take the position that they really have not analyzed the hybrid, and from a legal standpoint, from an environmental quality standpoint, they need to do that,'' Barlow said.
It's that bad from and architectural standpoint, from every standpoint.
What is new is that this is really being focused on gaining an enterprise-wide view; these positions are being created for the C-suite for insights on the security standpoint, as well as a business standpoint," Wade says.
What we're going to be able to give those folks from a P/C standpoint is a single platform for small business, for home and for auto.
So, from the workload standpoint, obviously the random type of workload is going to benefit more from a switched architecture and can allow better access at the drive level to get to that data and get it back out to the end-user.
Feminist standpoint theory together with critical rhetorical analysis offers an approach for mapping epistemology that acknowledges the role of' language in the development of experiences.
From the standpoint of the nursing home malpractice plaintiff, perhaps the most important part of the POC is the oft-ignored (by others) affirmation appearing above the nursing home provider's signature line.