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Community resilience is definitionally ambiguous, nuanced, and contextual in nature but usually focuses on return or recovery time (Gunderson 2009).
But there's an important principle to remember: Prohibitions also create their own emotional outrages, while definitionally restricting individual latitude.
From the figure-soul analogy we may infer that the nutritive soul is in the perceptive soul potentially in the same way that the triangle is potentially in the quadrilateral, that is, insofar as it can be logically or definitionally singled out within the perceptive soul.
I've always worried, always wondered," he says, "if a poem is not definitionally incapable of realizing the impulse out of which it arises, if there is not a principle of failure built into the practice.
However, as noted earlier, we need to avoid the common confusion that equates freedom definitionally with something that promotes freedom.
Even some longstanding deductions that we now regard as serving primarily non-revenue-raising goals at one time may have been considered relatively value neutral or definitionally essential in computing net income.
This attachment we have to life, to its possibilities and fleeting fulfillments, Hagglund calls "chronophilia," which is definitionally imbricated in "chronophobia" or fear of loss; together these two affective relations to time constitute chronolibido, a non-teleological "investment" in (i.
If philosophy is definitionally an exercise in enlightenment, the illumination of oneself and the world, then how could philosophy ever be black?
Charged as resource managers and responsive to top-down demands, they are both powerless against and definitionally complicit in unethical hiring practices.
111) Therefore, enforcing an individual property right that is held and exercised by a group is definitionally impossible, requiring the group to hold group rights.
A senior court could, if it were so minded, do an awful lot in the name of transactional justice with a concept of victimisation that is sourced in the simple idea of 'unconscientious use of the power arising out of the circumstances and conditions of the contracting parties', and which definitionally catches beneficial transactions passively received in unconscionable circumstances.
Humanities and cultural studies scholars might observe that it seems unlikely that controlled empirical studies could ever document prosocial behaviour and social competence adequately, given that these categories are overdetermined, definitionally complex, and contextually specific.
official coercion because defendants have definitionally consented