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His view is that every religion pertains to a community, and, conversely, every community is in one aspect a religious unit.
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This is the only case in modern history of a people of Britannic origin submitting without continued struggle to what they view as foreign domination.
The principal defender of this view of primary experience as `` causal efficacy '' is Alfred North Whitehead.
All we want from Dr. Huxley's statement is the feeling that this is an open world, in the view of the best scientific opinion, with practically no directional commitments as to what may happen next, and no important confinements with respect to what may be possible.
The maturity in this point of view lies in its recognition that no basic problem is ever solved without being clearly understood.
The idea here is one of discharge but this must stand in opposition to a second view, Plato's notion of the arousal of emotion.
A fourth view is the transformation of emotion, as in Housman's fine phrase on the arts: they `` transform and beautify our inner nature ''.
Some historians have found his point of view not to their taste, others have complained that he makes the Tory tradition appear `` contemptible rather than intelligible '', while a sympathetic critic has remarked that the `` intricate interplay of social dynamics and political activity of which, at times, politicians are the ignorant marionettes is not a field for the exercise of his talents ''.
He tends to underestimate -- or perhaps to view charitably -- the brutality and the violence of the age, so that there is an idyllic quality in these pages which hazes over some of its sharp reality.
The other is that the charge for cabanas and parasols, though modest from an American point of view, still is a little high for many Athenians.
In Krutch's view, this is one way to show how literature may be moral in effect without employing the explicit methods of a moralist.
This new vision of man that the narrator acquires is also accompanied by a re-vision of his previous view.
From this point of view the `` militant mobs '' of the past, stirred into action by one ideology or another, were all composed of `` intellectuals '' -- and this is not the level on which the essence of mankind can be discovered.
Around that statue in the green park where children play and lovers walk in twos and there is a glowing view of the whole city, in that park are the rows of marble busts of Garibaldi's fallen men, the ones who one day rushed out of the Porta San Pancrazio and, under fire all the way, up the long, straight narrow lane to take, then lose the high ground of the Villa Doria Pamphili.
It is a war to stay out of today, especially in view of the fact that President Ngo Dinh Diem apparently does not want United States troops.
The football opponent on homecoming is, of course, selected with the view that said opponent will have little more chance than did a Christian when thrown to one of the emperor's lions.
What Mr. Kennedy, in fact, wrote was: `` It is the Department's view that no anti-trust enforcement considerations justify any loss of revenue of this proportion ''.
In view of the increasing shortage of usable surface and ground water in many parts of the Nation and the importance of finding new sources of supply to meet its present and future water needs, it is the policy of the Congress to provide for the development of practicable low-cost means for the large-scale production of water of a quality suitable for municipal, industrial, agricultural, and other beneficial consumptive uses from saline water, and for studies and research related thereto.
While it is easy enough to ridicule Hawkins' pronouncement in Pleas Of The Crown from a metaphysical point of view, the concept of the `` oneness '' of a married couple may reflect an abiding belief that the communion between husband and wife is such that their actions are not always to be regarded by the criminal law as if there were no marriage.
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and we think them largely futile because, for true excellence of accomplishment, every scholar and every artist must cross boundaries of knowledge and boundaries of points of view.
Along the 127-mile route through Great Smoky Mountains National Park you can photograph the breath-taking peaks, gorges and valleys which come into view at every turn.
In my view, there should be a school which offers significant vocational programs for boys within easy reach of every family in a city.
The ball lay there, shining white on the grass in view of nearly every fan in the park while Ruth, red-necked with frustration, charged about the small patch of ground screaming, `` Where's the -- -ing ball ''??
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.
Moreover, the Territory's Constitutional Commission has expressed the view that " every effort should be made ", to encourage the use of the name " Virgin Islands ".
From a geometrical point of view, looking at the states of each variable of the system to be controlled, every " bad " state of these variables must be controllable and observable to ensure a good behaviour in the closed-loop system.
The Christian view is that every human is a sinner, and being saved by God's grace, not simply by the merit of one's own actions, pardons a damnatory sentence to Hell.
The traditional Pentecostal view is that every Christian should expect to be baptized in the Holy Spirit, the distinctive mark of which is glossolalia.
His writings show in Marlow's view an " exotic Immensity ruled by an august Benevolence " and they appeal to " every altruistic sentiment.
A derivation of this principle is the doctrine of Syādvāda that highlights every model relative to its view point.
Loach's film work is characterised by a particular view of realism ; he strives in every area of filmmaking to emphasise genuine interplay between actors, to the point where some scenes in his films appear unscripted.
In his view, every historical relation between rulers and ruled contained such elements and they can be analysed on the basis of this tripartite distinction.
Bickel argues that Marshall's argument implies an unrealistically mechanical view of jurisprudence, one which suggests that the Court has an absolute duty to strike down every law it finds violative of the Constitution.
The plight of U. S. Route 66 in particular, whose disappearance from the map in 1985 turned places like Glenrio, Texas and Amboy, California into overnight ghost towns, began to capture public attention with Route 66 associations springing up in every state as concern over preservation of decaying motels and other roadside infrastructure of the neon era came into view.
The Betans, on a hostile planet where they must live in domes, rely on industrial export ; they limit not only childbearing but also every kind of behavior that might be considered “ antisocial .” From their point of view, Barrayaran society is irrational and backwards, while the Barrayarans view them as undisciplined in every way, referring to a “ Betan vote ” as an obstacle to decision-making.
This view seems to satisfy that " some " disciples would see the glory of the Son of Man, but it does not satisfy that " he will repay every man for what he has done.
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This religion preaches the view of Ahimsa – to live and let live, thereby not harming sentient beings, i. e. uncompromising reverence for all life.
In this view, Christianity is seen as a religion in its own right, rather than a subset of Judaism, if one makes the common assumption that Judaism is not universal, however see Noahide Laws and Christianity and Judaism for details.
This view is based partly on Old English and Danish traditions regarding persons and events of the 4th century, and partly on the fact that striking affinities to the cult of Nerthus as described by Tacitus are to be found in pre-Christian Scandinavian, especially Swedish and Danish, religion.
In 2005, a California federal court ruled that a group alleging that anthroposophy is a religion for Establishment Clause purposes did not provide any legally admissible evidence in support of this view ; the case is under appeal.
In the Bahá ' í religion God is often referred to by titles and attributes ( for example, the All-Powerful, or the All-Loving ), and there is a substantial emphasis on monotheism ; such doctrines as the Trinity are seen as compromising, if not contradicting, the Bahá ' í view that God is single and has no equal.
According to Maimonides, the correct view of providence lies with Elihu, who teaches Job that one must examine his religion ().
This view corresponds with the notion that " the only worthy religion in the world is an examined religion.
Adherents, referred to as Latter-day Saints or, more informally, Mormons, view faith in Jesus Christ and his atonement as the central tenet of their religion.
Although Christians generally believe their religion to be very inclusive ( since not only Jews but all gentiles can be Christian ), Jews see Christianity as highly exclusive, because some denominations view non-Christians ( such as Jews and Pagans ) as having an incomplete or imperfect relationship with God, and therefore excluded from grace, salvation, heaven, or eternal life.
Some Christians who view the Jewish people as close to God seek to understand and incorporate elements of Jewish understanding or perspective into their beliefs as a means to respect their " parent " religion of Judaism, or to more fully seek out and return to their Christian roots.
Jews view Christians as gentiles who worship the one God, but otherwise have their own distinct religion.
It is a belief and practice in the world of religion which calls for devotion to a religious view or leader centered in false doctrine.
According to this world view, over time " priests " had succeeded in encrusting the original simple, rational religion with all kinds of superstitions and " mysteries " irrational theological doctrines.
If Matthew's prime concern was to preserve the Jewish character of the church, he failed: Christianity became a Gentile religion, and Christianity and Judaism came to view each other as opposites.
In Spain in 1542 Bartolomé de Las Casas argued against Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda in the famous Valladolid debate, Sepúlveda mainted an Aristotelian view of humanity as divided into classes of different worth, while Las Casas argued in favor of equal rights to freedom of slavery for all humans regardless of race or religion.
Consequently, in his view, Judaism does not fit easily into conventional Western categories, such as religion, ethnicity, or culture.
In this view, it was only by the Hellenic period that most Jews came to believe that their god was the only god, and that the notion of a clearly bounded Jewish nation identical with the Jewish religion formed.
While it is the core text on laws of the religion, it is not the exclusive source of laws in the religion, nor of Bahá ' u ' lláh's own writings, and complimentarily the reader is told explicitly to not view the text as a " mere code of laws ".
In his view, " As a satire on religion, this film might well be considered a rather slight production.
Some Marxists, together with others on the left, view nationalism, racism ( including anti-Semitism ), and religion, as divide and conquer strategies used by the ruling classes to prevent the working class from uniting against them.
Gandhi considered them all to be Indians, taking a lifetime view that " Indianness " transcended religion and caste.
Opponents of this view observe that the religion of the Torah seems different to Atenism in everything except the central feature of devotion to a single god, although this has been countered by a variety of arguments, e. g. pointing out the similarities between the Hymn to Aten and Psalm 104.