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Both ethical altruism and ethical egoism contrast with utilitarianism, which is the view that every individual's well-being ( including one's own ) is of equal moral importance.
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Both these leagues were hampered by ethical issues, such as " throwing " games, and the enforcement of rules and contracts.
Both Vedic Ṛta and Avestan aša were conceived of as having a tripartite function which manifested itself in the physical, ethical and ritual domains.
Both his teaching and research currently explore critical, ethical and empirical perspectives on the operation of the legal system and lawyers ' work, particularly within the context of New Zealand.
Both her fiction and nonfiction highlight dynamics of the gaze and questions of ethical representation in the visual arts.
Both trials were stopped early on December 13, 2006 on ethical grounds after it found that those belonging to the control group had a greater number of men with HIV than the circumcised group.
Both departments equip students to become ethical, skillful, and internationally astute leaders — whether they pursue careers in business, government, the academy, or non-profits.
Both for those organizations that left and that stayed, the post-Rwandan Genocide refugee crisis became a watershed event that prompted an extensive reevaluation of their mandates and procedures, and the relative ethical cases for abandonment and continuing aid were hotly debated.
Both and contrast
Both the Rana dynasty and Shah dynasty are Rajput caste in the Hindu tradition, in contrast with the native Himalayan culture which is largely Buddhist and Bön.
Both were Democratic, both were sympathetic to labor and immigrants ( a sharp contrast to publishers like the New York Tribune's Whitelaw Reid, who blamed their poverty on moral defects ), and both invested enormous resources in their Sunday publications, which functioned like weekly magazines, going beyond the normal scope of daily journalism.
Both reactions are catalysed by the same active site and occur via transesterification, without a covalent protein-DNA intermediate, in contrast to reactions catalysed by Ser and Tyr recombinases ( see site specific recombination ).
Both populations ' DNA results indicate the groups having had a high percentage of marriage within their respective communities ; in contrast to a low percentage of interfaith marriages ( as low as 0. 5 % per generation ).
Soon thereafter, Havelock Ellis also looked into algolagnia, in the early 1900s, and stated " Sadism and Masochism-Algolagnia Includes Both Groups of Manifestations " but maintained that that enjoyment of pain was restricted to an erotic context, in contrast to Krafft-Ebing's interpretations.
Both the boom and the burst phases of the bubble are examples of a positive feedback mechanism, in contrast to the negative feedback mechanism that determines the equilibrium price under normal market circumstances.
Both of these names contrast it with a different tree species with a broadly overlapping range, the sweet gum ( Liquidambar styraciflua ), which does produce an aromatic resin.
Both the visual style and many Inseries references deal with the atomic age optimism towards nuclear power and the stark contrast it creates to the post-apocalyptic wasteland.
Both the illustrations and text are titillating as well as illustrative, in contrast to the bland, clinical style of earlier books about sex.
In contrast to the Catholic University of Leuven, or the Freethinking University of Brussels, Ghent University considers itself a pluralist university in a special sense ( i. e. not connected to any particular religion or ideology, hence its motto Inter Utrumque or ' In Between Both Extremes ').
Both surveys indicate that approximately 60 % of American English speakers preserve the contrast, while approximately 40 % make the merger, although in a more recent interview, Labov stated that " Half of this country has a merger of the word classes, cot, caught, don, dawn, hock, hawk.
Both the architecture by Frank Gehry and the acoustics of the concert hall ( designed by Yasuhisa Toyota ) were praised in contrast to its predecessor, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
" Both the standard and the non-standard language have dialects, but in contrast to the standard, the non-standard have " socially disfavored " structures.
Both acknowledge that the system is based on spatial analysis, in contrast to many other notation systems that are based on an anatomical analysis.
Both albums showcased the band's blues-and soul-influenced sound, a style which was in contrast to some of their progressive and heavier counterparts at the time.
Both contrast to the decidedly working-class and less restrained Hugheses, with Jimmy having the personality of an oaf and Christine being somewhat more crass.
Both black and white feminists are primarily concerned with women, in contrast to women's roles in what they consider as male-centred society.
Both of them share a very similar gap between their professional and personal competence — they are both portrayed as immature, simple-minded and lacking in common sense when it comes to unimportant issues, but in contrast, are extremely effective and brilliant at their jobs.
* Both clubs, in contrast to the stronger Melbourne-based clubs ( like Collingwood, Carlton, or Essendon ), and the stronger interstate teams ( like Adelaide, or West Coast ), had a relatively small membership base.
Both sexes are brown to olive, and have a white, cream or yellow stripe on the upper lip and a second stripe along either side of its body ; these stripes have higher contrast in juveniles and fade as the lizards age.
Both releases, 1994's Queen Elizabeth and 1997's double-disc Queen Elizabeth 2: Elizabeth Vagina, consist mostly of half-hour long tracks which contrast experimental ambient music with short bursts of Krautrock.
Both appropriations and revenue bills are often referred to as money bills to contrast them with authorization bills.
Both and with
Both watched Scotty constantly, Rachel without seeming to, Virginia openly, her eyes filled with concern.
Both home and auto radios were in excellent demand, with retail sales of home sets ahead of 1959 in every month of the first eleven ; ;
Both of them were overcome by the horror of the world in which they found themselves, because at last they could no longer overcome that world with the weapon of a purely lyrical art.
Both are primarily concerned with the uses that can be made of the material that the collector has found.
Both these types, and those in between, are in existence by reason of a legislative interest in libraries that began at Albany as early as 1950, with the creation by the legislature of county library systems financed by county governments with matching funds from the state.
Both marine and freshwater forms include those with staminate flowers that detach from the parent plant and float to the surface where they become pollinated.
Both sides ( with the exception of hyper-Calvinists ) believe the invitation of the gospel is universal and " must be presented to everyone can reach without any distinction.
Both Stephanus and Eustathius write of these Amazons in connection with the placename Thibais, which they report to have been derived from Thiba's name.
Both printed and written Arabic are cursive, with most of the letters within a word directly connected to the adjacent letters.
Both the number of families in this later suborder is debated with the number of families being between one and twenty depending on the authority and the number of genera being between nineteen and twenty five.
Both the aberration of axis points, and the deviation from the sine condition, rapidly increase in most ( uncorrected ) systems with the aperture.
In Rome, Both had developed a new style of composition due, at least in part, to his interaction with Claude Lorrain.
Both were not explicitly condemned, but peaceful ways of conflict resolution and punishment with the least amount of injury were encouraged.
Both Sudan and Ackermann are credited with discovering total computable functions ( termed simply " recursive " in some references ) that are not primitive recursive.
Both the highest and lowest temperature records for the state were set in the Interior, with 100 ° F ( 38 ° C ) in Fort Yukon and − 80 ° F (− 64 ° C ) in Prospect Creek.
Both BASICs differed from other dialects on different platforms, in that they allowed the easy creation of fairly demanding multimedia software, with full structured code and many high-level functions to load images, animations, sounds and display them in various ways.