Much more attention is paid to the problem of making everyone alike share in the "good life" than to the query as to what the good life really is like; there is less and less care about the existence of standards of culture, but an enormous amount of thought and effort is devoted to the dissemination of culture through education; because the meaning and purpose of life are viewed as purely immanent, and therefore at once self-evident and insusceptible
of definition, the technique of life (with a particular stress on technology) becomes the object of a devotion unmistakably imbued with a kind of misplaced religious fervor.
However, in unmanned ships, computer systems are insusceptible
to this phenomenon.
We have been engaging in the developments of regenerative cellular medicine with strong will that TWO CELLS contributes to the treatment of many patients suffering from insusceptible
disease, by using expanded mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) cultured with our serum free medium, said Ko-ichiro Tsuji, president & CEO of TWO CELLS.
Because the substantive choice is insusceptible
to change, we would have to see a change in the people pledged to that moral commitment.
stated that 'the critical notions of repugnancy and incompatibility are insusceptible
of further definition in terms which necessarily dictate future outcomes'.
Elle prend fin soit par une decision de mise en liberte, prise d'office par le juge d'instruction, soit parce qu'aucune ordonnance de prolongation n'est intervenue ou parce que la loi a prevu une duree maximum insusceptible
de prolongation (GASTON (S.
Certain Kinds of Causation Questions Are Insusceptible
to Easy Resolution B.
proved to be insusceptible
even to sequential disinfection and synergistic effect was noticeable for C.
Well aware that the opinions and belief of men depend not on their own will, but follow involuntarily the evidence proposed to their minds; that Almighty God hath created the mind free, and manifested his supreme will that free it shall remain by making it altogether insusceptible
to restraint .
(b) deceitful (c) regrettable (d) payable
En efecto, asi lo han juzgado al hacer la referencia a los tratados que fueron dotados de jerarquia constitucional y, por consiguiente, no pueden ni han podido derogar la Constitucion pues esto seria un contrasentido insusceptible
de ser atribuido al constituyente, cuya imprevision no cabe presumir .
17) Altogether, women are insusceptible
for a median of 11.
It declines to maintain exclusive order of a domestic legal system insusceptible
to an international legal order.
T]he land is indispensable to our existence, thus a common thing and insusceptible
of appropriation; but land is much scarcer than the other elements [air, sunlight, etc.
He rebelled against this awareness which was forcing itself upon him, mobilized all his strength to destroy it, but it remained intact, as if some part of his mind, insusceptible
to reason, kept registering the girl's presence.