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From this doctrine arose the Epicurean epitaph: Non fui, fui, non sum, non curo ( I was not ; I was ; I am not ; I do not care ) – which is inscribed on the gravestones of his followers and seen on many ancient gravestones of the Roman Empire.
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From such a surrender, the dissolution of the body corporate ensues .” Nor does there seem to have been much question that by “ a judgment of forfeiture against a corporation itself, it may be dissolved .” However, Supreme Court Justice Wilson, lecturing in his unofficial capacity, at least, suggests his displeasure with the doctrine that corporate dissolution cannot be predicated “ by a judgment of ouster against individuals.
" Carson has stated that " From Smith to Ricardo and Mill, classical liberalism was a revolutionary doctrine that attacked the privileges of the great landlords and the mercantile interests.
From this little chapel he delivered five powerful discourses on Nicene doctrine, explaining the nature of the Trinity and the unity of the Godhead.
From the standpoint of the doctrine of the Trinity — one Divine Being existing in three Persons — patripassianism is considered heretical because it denies the distinct personhood of the Members of the Trinity.
From Alexandrian theology Philo borrowed the idea of wisdom as the mediator ; he thereby somewhat confused his doctrine of the Logos, regarding wisdom as the higher principle from which the Logos proceeds, and again coordinating it with the latter.
" From the Roman Catholic viewing point he thereby became an heretic as he clearly and publicly denied a doctrine proposed by the Church Magisterium to be divinely revealed ( de fide divina ).
From a Trotskyist point of view, Ernest Mandel in From Stalinism to Eurocommunism: The Bitter Fruits of ' Socialism in One Country views Eurocommunism as a subsequent development of the decision taken by the Soviet Union in 1924 to abandon the goal of world revolution and concentrate on social and economic development of the Soviet Union, the doctrine of " socialism in one country ".
From the latter part of the 18th century, charges of antinomianism were frequently directed against Calvinists, primarily by Arminian Methodists, who subscribed to a synergistic soteriology that contrasted with Calvinism's monergistic doctrine of justification.
From August 1320 to February 1321 Ibn Taymiyyah was imprisoned on orders from Cairo in the citadel of Damascus for supporting a doctrine that would curtail the ease with which a Muslim man could divorce his wife.
From the late 1920s the Russian avant-garde experienced direct and harsh criticism from the authorities and in 1934 the doctrine of Socialist Realism became official policy, and prohibited abstraction and divergence of artistic expression.
From this point it is possible to speak in terms of entire groups holding the belief, and only the most prominent individual nineteenth century advocates of the doctrine will be mentioned here.
From 1915 to 1990 the leadership of AMORC was entrusted to the Office of an Imperator who was solely responsible for all doctrine and ritual of the Order as well as a corporate president who sat at the head of the board of directors, which was responsible for determining all corporate matters related to the organization.
From this a reform agenda emerged, using a progressive doctrine of that renewal would reform its residents.
From there come denominations, which in the West, have independence from the others in their doctrine.
From the scriptural doctrine of the essentially spiritual nature of the kingdom of Christ, Glas in his public teaching drew the conclusions that:
From his studies and experiences of the Napoleonic Wars, he provided a syllabus which became the central doctrine from which the staff worked.
From the late 19th century to the early twentieth groups established themselves that derived many of their beliefs from Protestant evangelical groups but significantly differed in doctrine.
From these they have incorporated elements of black separatism as well as the doctrine of repatriation of the African Diaspora to its ancestral lands in a " return to Africa ", of which they consider Israel to be a part.
From 1953, critical opinions were increasingly frequently heard, and the doctrine was finally given up in 1956.
From his zealous study of the Slavonic-Byzantine liturgical books he drew many proofs of Catholic doctrine, using his knowledge in the composition of several original works — On the Baptism of St. Volodymyr ; On the Falsification of the Slavic Books by the Enemies of the Metropolitan ; On Monks and their Vows.
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From these studies arose the concept of using aerial applications of herbicides to destroy enemy crops to disrupt their food supply.
From the start of Elizabeth's reign, it was expected that she would marry and the question arose to whom.
From these early species the Australopithecines arose around diverged into robust ( also called Paranthropus ) and gracile branches, one of which ( possibly A. garhi ) probably went on to become ancestors of the genus Homo.
From the anarchistic Gay Liberation Movement of the early 1970s arose a more reformist and single-issue " Gay Rights Movement ", which portrayed gays and lesbians as a minority group and used the language of civil rights — in many respects continuing the work of the homophile period.
From these circles of spiritual inspiration, the early Hasidic movement arose, led by Israel ben Eliezer, the Baal Shem Tov, in 18th century Podolia ( now Ukraine ).
The entry on cabullus in the Oxford Latin Dictionary ( Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1982, 1985 reprinting ), p. 246, does not give a probable origin, and merely compare Old Bulgarian kobyla and Old Russian komoń < sub > b </ sub >.</ ref > From caballus arose terms in the various Romance languages cognate to the ( French-derived ) English cavalier: Old Italian cavaliere, Italian cavallo, Spanish caballero, French chevalier, Portuguese cavaleiro, Romanian cavaler.
From mycology arose the field of phytopathology, the study of plant diseases, and the two disciplines remain closely related because the vast majority of " plant " pathogens are fungi.
From 895 Sussex suffered from constant raids by the Danes, till the accession of Canute, after which arose the two great forces of the house of Godwine and of the Normans.
From the more general use of the term " poet laureate " arose its restriction in England to an official office of Poet Laureate, attached to the royal household.
# From the experience of bliss for a long time, there arose in the Supreme Self a certain state like deep sleep.
From this meeting arose the Liberal Unionist Association, originally an ad hoc alliance to demonstrate the unity of anti-Home Rulers.
From the two pieces rose the ferocious Virabhadra and the terrible Rudrakali, while Bhadrakali arose from the wrath of Devi herself.
From the flurry of new art movements that followed the Impressionists ' revolutionary new perception of painting, Cubism arose in the early 20th century as an important and influential new direction.
From the mixture of sulista, paulista, nordestino, and indigenous traditions arose a diverse cuisine, which unites sun-dried meat ( carne-de-sol ) with Arapaima ( pirarucu ), a typical fish of the region.
From this he concluded that time and space should be treated equally, and so arose his concept of events taking place in a unified four-dimensional space-time continuum.
From such administration of investment money, manipulated to create new capital, arose the preoccupation with risk calculations, which subsequently was followed by the " economic science " of risk prevention management.
From these foundations in Western philosophy arose Enlightenment social contract theory, sociological positivism, and modern social science.
From the beginning a dispute over the Party's running of candidates arose with many of the official unions totally opposed to running candidates that might cause the defeat of their normal Democratic allies.
From AD 244 to 249, Xiahou Ba would play into the hands of Guo, who held authority to temporarily command him when a military crisis arose.