We may attempt to shake them off, but they are always returning, and in every sphere of science and human action
are tending to go beyond facts.
The commonplace person begins to play, and shoots into the empyrean without effort, whilst we look up, marvelling how he has escaped us, and thinking how we could worship him and love him, would he but translate his visions into human words, and his experiences into human actions
. Perhaps he cannot; certainly he does not, or does so very seldom.
And you, in turn, - or so it seems to me, - leave out the biological factor, the very stuff out of which has been spun the fabric of all the arts, the warp and the woof of all human actions
Keggs shook his head deprecatingly, as one who, realizing his limitations, declines to attempt to probe the hidden sources of human actions
Revised from presentations at a May 2016 world congress in Thessaloniki, 20 papers look at Aristotle's place in today's philosophy of nature, philosophy of human action
, first philosophy, theory of thinking, and history of philosophy.
Around 93 per cent of fires are due to human action
, fire service chief Marcos Trangolas said on Monday at the launch of a volunteer fire patrol programme.
To extract the judicial information from given video sequences ling shao et al  proposed a system using wavelet transform based descriptors for representation and recognition of human action
. A multiscale representation has been proposed in  by comparing the efficiency with Gabor filter and discrete wavelet transform which applied prior to dimensionality reduction.
Bag of visual words is a popular model in human action
recognition, but usually suffers from loss of spatial and temporal configuration information of local features, and large quantization error in its feature coding procedure.
The switches require no human action
, allowing the electric operation center to restore an outage almost instantly, according to the utility.
Learning sparse representations for human action
recognition is an important research direction in computer vision field because of the requirement of real-world application, such as video indexing, video surveillance, and human-computer interaction [1-3].
Acknowledging that non-catallactic interpersonal actions play an important role, Murray Rothbard defined praxeology as a general formal theory of human action
and divided it as follows (Rothbard, 1951, pp.
(2014), "Freedom and Constraint in Human Action
," Journal of Russian and East European Psychology 49(4): 5-30.
Unlike Hegel, however, Lachs takes a dim view of mediation when its pervasiveness degrades the lives of individuals by destroying what Lachs calls the "natural integrity" of human action
. A complete human action
, Lachs explains, flows unimpeded from intending to do something, to taking action, to experiencing the consequences of one's deed.