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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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In view of the fact that there is no such joint standpoint, the EU delegation and the current Presidency of the Council of the European Union will not be able to take the floor on Monday, he pointed out.
Because I will be challenging only Darwall's reading of Strawson, my discussion will leave his arguments in The Second-Person Standpoint that build on Strawson's Point intact (except insofar as Strawson's imprimatur lends them force).
coli standpoint because they are not going to be shedding as much.
Although the voyeuristic qualities Lenz discerns in Fowles's work are explored in her study, her primary interest revolves around reading Fowles in relation to feminist standpoint theory.
Standpoint was claimed for pounds 9,000 by Conor Dore.
Feminist Standpoint Theory (FST) provides a theoretical response to overcoming instances of marginalized, ignored voice within the context of a culturally accepted dominant, authoritative voice.
Analysts comment that the provocations of Greek soldiers will have an impact on the liberalization of the ethnic Albanian standpoint regarding Macedonia's name change.
He attempts to exclude the Opposition's standpoint from the discussion, and justifies the exclusion by pointing out that the Opposition's current position is inconsistent with positions assumed in the past.
STANDPOINT is in danger of becoming disappointing but should be given one last chance in Warwick's Premier Pensions Actuaries Ltd Maiden Stakes.
The financial impact of pressure ulcers on medical facilities cannot be ignored from both a cost of care standpoint as well as from litigation-related expenses and judgments.
In the confrontation stage the parties involved in the discussion establish that there is a difference of opinion: a standpoint is advanced by one party and questioned by another.
When you first pickup the new British political magazine Standpoint, John Dugdale writes in The Guardian, you notice immediately "how good it looks.
Furthermore, Darwall holds that the second-person standpoint is, if not an absolute structural requirement of practical rationality, the only standpoint from which rational consideration about what to do qua rational agent is possible.
We think that having Richard's name is clearly bringing a higher level of visibility from a media standpoint, and from a public standpoint, that has allowed us to create a spectacular product and will clearly help in the marketing of it," Procida said.
From a practical standpoint, it is inconceivable that the church would adopt fundraising models that are grounded in traditional Western economics and are so similar-to those of other not-for-profit agencies, yet leave out a key element like donor recognition.