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having distinct limits

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precisely determined or limited or defined

not continuing to grow indefinitely at the apex

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supplying or being a final or conclusive settlement

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The abstraction from the determinacies of freedom only occurs at the outset of the Philosophy of Right, which takes up a sphere of determinacy already well into the philosophy of spirit that forms part three of the Encyclopedia.
6) More specifically, if the KUJ consumption externality is sufficiently strong, the simple Taylor principle fails to be sufficient for equilibrium determinacy even if the degree of LAMP is low, that is, even if a large share of households are Ricardian.
It was in this context of the focus on legal determinacy that mukhtasars had become widely referenced by jurists, especially those belonging to the lowest ranks of muftis, the memorizers of legal rulings.
The school of cultural Marxism that uncritically ascribes to the determinacy of the base is hard pressed to resolve key issues regarding so-called superstructural phenomena such as culture and art.
This potential misspecification would manifest itself as a piling up of parameter estimates near or at the boundary between determinacy and indeterminacy (Canova 2009; Morris 2016) or it might not be detected at all if there is a local mode of the likelihood function in the determinacy region.
In fact, quantum physics now seems to point out that temporal determinacy itself emerges in the very process of observation, otherwise the Universe being suspended in a state of quantum indeterminacy.
Finally, there is one important qualification of this clarification of the relationship between fixation and determinacy.
3) This is a claim that legal scholars could empirically measure "doctrinal determinacy.
Murphy's humans may on rare occasions resemble humanistic images of themselves, but seem much more prone--as prone as the sheep--to a strangeness and a determinacy that lies beyond them; as Dowd puts it, "what happens to the characters does not belong to them" (2007, 86).
While the doctrine of creation from nothing affirms that God was under no compulsion to create, the affirmation that the Creator is Triune God, who is intrinsically living, productive, and present, allows one to see that there is a certain fittingness to God's creative work, which helps to counter charges of divine arbitrariness and divine determinacy.
Though in early development we already have the motor capacity to perform this action of biting (in fact, in early infancy babies primarily experience the possibilities of their worlds through one of few available actions to them, that of opening and closing their mouths), it is only through the joint structure of the bodies of infant and adult, that this movement shows up as having a kind of determinacy.
That depends on one's views about complicated issues like minority rights, the determinacy of law, and the nature of legalism itself.
The aspects of the uncertainty and determinacy of quantum theory will be the essence of the existence.
11) To bring some degree of determinacy to these disputes, he recommended what he called "intermediate rules," (12) which include a preference for awarding custody to an adult who is the child's psychological parent over one who is a stranger to the child, and a preference for biological or "natural" parents over other adults, so long as the biological parent also has a psychological bond to the child.
36) According to Professor Franck each rule is likely to be perceived as more or less legitimate as evidenced by certain indicia, including determinacy and coherence.