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Hence, thought of as a line in a particular plane **yp, any tangent to Q has a unique image and moreover this image is the same for all planes through L.
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Hence, it is difficult to say that the divine mind even has such things as thoughts and judgments, because a thought, in any sense of this word that we are familiar with, is, presumably, something that has a beginning and an end.
( Hence, in assessing their own thought experiments, philosophers may appeal to " what we should say ," or some such locution.
Hence he and many of his pupils ( in particular Carl Stumpf and Edmund Husserl ) thought that the natural sciences could only yield hypotheses and never universal, absolute truths as in pure logic or mathematics.
Hence he once mistakenly bought vials of crack believing they were fishing bait and in a time of stress took a hit of marijuana because he thought it was a cigarette.
Hence, while many observers of the Chinese civil war thought that the fall of Hainan Island to the Communists would be followed shortly by the fall of Taiwan Island, the lack of any communist guerrilla force on Taiwan Island and its sheer distance from the mainland made this impossible, as did the arrival of the US 7th fleet in the Taiwan Strait after the outbreak of the Korean War in June.
Hence, Marsilius thought that using nothing but one ’ s natural capacities in trying to find true knowledge of God will actually lead to the negation of God ’ s omnipotence, free will, and ability to create ex nihilo.
Hence we find trash cans on the desktop, as well as disks and network volumes ( which can be thought of as filing cabinets — not something normally found on a desktop ).
Hence, the " Church " was materialized from the perceptional thought of foresighted, endeavoring, spiritually led and blessed individuals: diligently acting on one of many promises of the Lord.
Since philosophy proceeds descriptively rather than narratively, “ the real world of our Idealism has to be viewed by us men as a temporal order ,” in which “ purposes are fulfilled, or where finite internal meanings reach their final expression and attain unity with external meanings .” Hence, for Royce, it is a limitation of conceptual thought that obliges us to philosophize according to logic rather than integrating our psychological and appreciated experience into our philosophical doctrines.
Hence, capitalism is not thought as a specific phase of history, but is naturalized and thought of as an eternal solidified part of history.
Hence, Otto Bauer thought of the " personal principle " as a way of gathering the geographically divided members of the same nation.
Hence, her new problem: she's deeply in love with Frank's son and can't bear the thought of going through this cycle again.
This supports the classical thought which revolves around Adam Smith's invisible hand which states that the markets would achieve equilibrium via the market forces that impact economic activity and thus there is no need for government intervention. Moreover, the classical economists believed that the economy was operating at a full employment Hence the classical Aggregate expenditure model is:
Hence, developing nations are left with a diminished export economy according to conservative trains of thought.
Hence it is thought that the lab may have confiscated the film negative and years later they probably just discarded it.
Hence it is not thought practical to define a descriptive naming convention, and all charts are named:
Hence the Kalanga are thought to have built Khami, Lusvingo, Mapungugwe and other ruins scattered across western Zimbabwe and east Botswana.
Hence the Samuelson condition can be thought of as a generalization of supply and demand concepts from private to public goods.
Hence, for Lenin, those who would bring about the revolution must devote all their energies and resources to understanding the range of Marx's thought.
Hence and line
Hence it follows that the involution within the bundle must be a perspective De Jonquieres involution of order Af and the invariant locus must have a multiple line of multiplicity either Af or Af.
Hence, with respect to an inertial frame, an object or body accelerates only when a physical force is applied, and ( following Newton's first law of motion ), in the absence of a net force, a body at rest will remain at rest and a body in motion will continue to move uniformly — that is, in a straight line and at constant speed.
Hence, an entire line of program code could express the same idea a small number of characters that other programming languages might easily take 5 to 10 times as many characters to express.
In poetry, a monometer is a line of verse with just one metrical foot, exemplified by this portion of Robert Herrick's " Upon His Departure Hence ":
Hence, the total length increases by one third and thus the length at step n will be ( 4 / 3 )< sup > n </ sup > of the original triangle perimeter: the fractal dimension is log 4 / log 3 ≈ 1. 26, greater than the dimension of a line ( 1 ) but less than Peano's space-filling curve ( 2 ).
Hence, this line of argument goes, the objectively dominant effect would be the moral and economic damage due to the massive fear and panic such an incident would spur.
Hence the line segment AB does not have to intersect line segment CD to be considered perpendicular lines, because if the line segments are extended out to infinity, they would still form congruent adjacent angles.
Hence the phrases " straight line " and " right line " were used to distinguish what are today called lines from " curved lines ".
Hence in Japan " The Transformers " did not debut under that brand till 1985, when the line was also rolled out to the majority of the rest of the world between Takara and Hasbro.
Hence, the outcome is either p < sub > i </ sub > or 1-p < sub > i </ sub >, as in the previous line.
Hence, when Holden decided to replace the successful full-size HZ Kingswood with a new model line, they designed the new car to be smaller and more fuel efficient.
Hence resources had been put into the Danevirke line and not into the flank positions, which stayed akin to battlefield fortifications rather than modern fortifications capable of withstanding a modern bombardment.
Hence defense along the Dannevirke line was, correctly, anticipated by the Danish high command to be a trap, in which its army would be surrounded and forced to give battle at hopeless odds.
Hence it was agreed internally to leave the more difficult locomotives until later, perhaps picking up the work when the volume of rolling stock and railway line abated.