The use of animals in transportation necessitated a relationship between the human being
and the animal.
The sponsor is told that the agnate is kept in a vegetative state (in accordance with eugenics laws), and is merely a product, not a human being
For no normal human being
will stand by unmoved whenever a human child is weeping unattended nearby.
Jesus placed human beings
and a God who dwells in every human being
at the centre of spirituality.
Children before birth are to be set apart from all other human beings
as the only category who do not have the protection of our most important laws - laws that cannot be altered at the whim of the government of the day.
And gene editing technology has already been used in born human beings
for therapeutic purposes.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The individuality of human beings
comes from the fact that a part of them does not belong to this world, i.
Specific existing methodologies that are used across disciplines but currently are regarded as appropriate include Husserlian phenomenology; existentialism; rational interpretive hermeneutics; interpretive evaluation methods, such as Fourth Generation Evaluation; participatory action and cooperative inquiry; focus groups; ecological thinking; dialectical thinking; and historical inquiries; as well as methods that focus on the uniqueness of each human being
, such as imagery, direct questioning, personal structural analysis, and the Q-sort.
In Nie's opinion, natural selection is only the first step to help human being
to be who they are in a biological sense.
By wondering what it might mean for an alien to have a soul, we can reflect on what having a soul means for a human being
," Consolmagno says.
This all goes back to a kind of anthropology that then posits this naturalistic origin for the human being
and then considers the white man who represents advancement and progress of humanity.
Romeo Dallaire, who I admire as one of the finest Canadians alive says we are all human beings
and no human being
is more human than any other.
What guides traditional Baptists to take the B passages at face value is, I think, our conviction that God loves every human being
and wants every one to experience the divine love and life that Christ brought.
Just as we know that an apple is a particular sort of thing that remains itself throughout its existence, we also know what a human being
is and that she remains identical to herself throughout her existence.
In Pannenberg's theological anthropology, the true identity of human being
is located in human "Weltoffenheit" (Scheler) or exocentricity (Plessner), that is, the "openness" of the human person.