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Oxford classicist Edward Copleston said that classical education “ communicates to the mind … a high sense of honor, a disdain of death in a good cause, a passionate devotion to the welfare of one ’ s country ”, thus concurring with Cicero that: “ All literature, all philosophical treatises, all the voices of antiquity are full of examples for imitation, which would all lie unseen in darkness without the light of literature ”.
* The strong cosmic censorship hypothesis asserts that, generically, general relativity is a deterministic theory, in the same sense that classical mechanics is a deterministic theory.
A nominal definition is the definition explaining what a word means, i. e. which says what the ' nominal essence ' is, and is definition in the classical sense as given above.
String theories are quantum theories of gravity in the sense that they reduce to classical general relativity plus field theory at low energies, but are fully quantum mechanical, contain a graviton, and are believed to be mathematically consistent.
: in the LXX occurs only in the plural, and perhaps only in the classical sense of ' a reward for good tidings ' (
As one critic writes: " Pei has been aptly described as combining a classical sense of form with a contemporary mastery of method.
Middle East historian Bernard Lewis argues that " the overwhelming majority of classical theologians, jurists, and traditionalists ( specialists in the hadith ) understood the obligation of jihad in a military sense.
In a chronological and theoretical sense, there are classical — those created throughout the 19th century — and post-classical anarchist schools — those created since the mid-20th century and after.
In this sense, propositions restricted to the finite are still regarded as being either true or false, as they are in classical mathematics, but this bivalence does not extend to propositions which refer to infinite collections.
This definition corresponds to the classical definition using Cauchy sequences, except with a constructive twist: for a classical Cauchy sequence, it is required that, for any given distance, there exists ( in a classical sense ) a member in the sequence after which all members are closer together than that distance.
* The United States of America is sometimes called " The Republic ", especially in a classical sense.
* ( i ) The older sense of classical Latin pāgānus is " of the country, rustic " ( also as noun ).
# God is not omnipotent in the classical sense and so God does not provide support for the status quo, but rather seeks the actualization of greater good.
A two-level quantum system can carry at most one qubit, in the same sense a classical binary digit can carry at most one classical bit.
In classical physics this does not make sense, since any number of properties can be measured simultaneously with arbitrary accuracy.
In the classical sense if and then.
For example, the Fourier transform of such simple functions as polynomials does not exist in the classical sense.
This is the classical result in the sense that it does not take into account that electrons obey Fermi – Dirac statistics.
In the English language and other modern European languages, " reason ", and related words, represent words which have always been used to translate Latin and classical Greek terms in the sense of their philosophical usage.
Petitio ( from peto ), in the post-classical context in which the phrase arose, means " assuming " or " postulating ," but in the older classical sense means " petition ," " request ," or " beseeching.
In a broader sense Marshall hoped to reconcile the classical and modern theories of value.

classical and aphasia
In the classical Mesulam criteria for primary progressive aphasia there are 2 variants: a non-fluent type Progressive Nonfluent Aphasia ( PNFA ) and a fluent type Semantic Dementia ( SD ).

classical and is
With classical art, all is settled.
Experience is not seen, as it is in classical rationalism, as presenting us initially with clear and distinct objects simply located in space and registering their character, movements, and changes on the tabula rasa of an uninvolved intellect.
The recent history of the Dominican Republic is an almost classical study of the way in which even a professedly benevolent dictatorship tends to become oppressive.
One had to manage the given subjects, three diverse recent events, so as to make them part of a classical frieze, -- that is, a pattern of large figures filling the space, with not much else, against a blank background.
-- On the basis of a differentiability assumption in function space, it is possible to prove that, for materials having the property that the stress is given by a functional of the history of the deformation gradients, the classical theory of infinitesimal viscoelasticity is valid when the deformation has been infinitesimal for all times in the past.
And then, some churchmen remarked, there is a more classical church-state problem:
The Leningrad Kirov Ballet, which opened a series of performances Friday night at the Opera House, is, I think, the finest `` classical '' ballet company I have ever seen, and the production of the Petipa-Tschaikowsky `` Sleeping Beauty '' with which it began the series is incomparably the finest I have ever had the pleasure of witnessing.
The mushrooming of FM outlets, offering concerts ( both jazz and classical ), lectures, and other special events, is a phenomenon which has had a fair amount of publicity.
Andalusian so-called Algerian classical music is a musical style that was reported in Algeria by Andalusian refugees who fled the inquisition of the Christian Kings from the 11th century, it will develop considerably in the cities of the North of the Algeria.
In classical Greece the emphasis is not given to the illusive imaginative reality represented by the ideal forms, but to the analogies and the interaction of the members in the whole, a method created by Polykleitos.
Since the widespread adoption of digital setting circles, any classical engraved setting circle is now specifically identified as an " analog setting circle " ( ASC ).
Wormwood, a genus that includes the sagebrush, is used as a source of flavoring for absinthe, a bitter classical liquor of European origin.
ZFC, however, is still formalized in classical logic.
Alex is then subjected to a relentless barrage of classical music, prompting him to attempt suicide by leaping from a high window.
Due to the near-identity of the Aramaic and the classical Hebrew alphabets, Aramaic text is mostly typeset in standard Hebrew script in scholarly literature.
Poirot, as mentioned in Curtain and The Clocks, is extremely fond of classical music, particularly Mozart and Bach.
and Nagaoka himself recognized a fundamental defect in the theory even at its conception, namely that a classical charged object cannot sustain orbital motion because it is accelerating and therefore loses energy due to electromagnetic radiation.
The majority Arminian view accepts classical theism – the belief that God's power, knowledge, and presence have no external limitations, that is, outside of His divine nature.
André-Marie Ampère ( 20 January 1775 – 10 June 1836 ) was a French physicist and mathematician who is generally regarded as one of the main founders of the science of classical electromagnetism, which he referred to as " electrodynamics ".
However, in the classical interpretation, it is zero and the thermal energy of matter vanishes.
Note that the above formula is only applicable to classical ideal gases and not Bose – Einstein or Fermi gases.

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