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The difficulty in conceiving of or describing an object without also conceiving of or describing its properties is a common justification for bundle theory, especially among current philosophers in the Anglo-American tradition.
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difficulty and conceiving
Couples with primary infertility have never been able to conceive, while, on the other hand, secondary infertility is difficulty conceiving after already having conceived ( and either carried the pregnancy to term or had a miscarriage ).
In a survey of couples having difficulty conceiving, conducted by the pharmaceutical company Merck, 61 percent of respondents hid their infertility from family and friends.
Catherine De ' Medici, wife of King Henri II of France, sought his advice regarding their difficulty in conceiving a child.
A study by the Family and Child Psychology Research Centre at City University, London, UK in 2002 concluded that surrogate mothers rarely had difficulty relinquishing rights to a surrogate child and that the intended mothers showed greater warmth to the child than mothers conceiving naturally.
In rural areas, conceiving pregnant women seek the help of traditional birth attendants ( TBAs ) due to difficulty in accessing formal health services and also high transportation or treatment costs.
He later returned to England with letters from the Tsar asking for help, as the wife of the Tsar was having difficulty conceiving.
difficulty and describing
George French Angus may have collected a description of a bunyip in his account of a " water spirit " from the Moorundi people of the Murray River before 1847, stating it is " much dreaded by them … It inhabits the Murray ; but … they have some difficulty describing it.
Many historians have however had difficulty accepting the historicity of the Campanian embassy to Rome, in particular whether Livy was correct in describing the Campani surrendered themselves unconditionally into Roman possession.
were interviewed on national television describing their symptoms and difficulty functioning in day to day life.
Although the equation was extremely successful in describing electron dynamics, it possesses a rather peculiar feature: for each quantum state possessing a positive energy E, there is a corresponding state with energy-E. This is not a big difficulty when an isolated electron is considered, because its energy is conserved and negative-energy electrons may be left out.
Typical deficiencies may include problems identifying, describing, and working with one's own feelings, often marked by a lack of understanding of the feelings of others ; difficulty distinguishing between feelings and the bodily sensations of emotional arousal ; confusion of physical sensations often associated with emotions ; few dreams or fantasies due to restricted imagination ; and concrete, realistic, logical thinking, often to the exclusion of emotional responses to problems.
" Mean Machines rated the game 51 %, describing it as " full of promise ", then adding that the repetitive gameplay and low difficulty caused the game to become boring.
Consequently, it was anticipated that he would experience difficulty describing the outside world in comparison to a normal-sighted person.
Malcolm Wanklyn has described the First Battle of Newbury as being " both the longest battle of the English Civil War and the one that historians have found the greatest difficulty in describing "; this is because there is no contemporary plan of the battlefield or record of the plans of each side while, conversely, there are diverse and contradictory accounts from both sides of the battle.
" Reviewers also disliked the lack of difficulty with GamePro describing it as the game's " biggest flaw ".
The notation was introduced by Roger Penrose as a way to use the formal aspects of the Einstein summation convention in order to compensate for the difficulty in describing contractions and covariant differentiation in modern abstract tensor notation, while preserving the explicit covariance of the expressions involved.
This was by far the most expensive and complex textile apparatus till then existing ; and in describing the process of his invention Heathcoat said in 1836, " The single difficulty of getting the diagonal threads to twist in the allotted space was so great that, if now to be done, I should probably not attempt its accomplishment.
Allgame rated it 2. 5 / 5, describing it as a " decent shooter but nothing great ", and citing its difficulty as a deterrent to enjoying it.
* A method has been developed for describing fuel structure that is robust and easy for field operators to apply to a range of different fuel types, and which is effective for predicting fire behaviour and relative suppression difficulty.
A fundamental difficulty in describing few-body systems is that the Schrödinger equation and the classical equations of motion are not analytically solvable for more than two mutually interacting particles even when the underlying forces are precisely known.
* Arrow's information paradox — the difficulty of selling information when describing the nature of the information to the buyer would, in itself, communicate the essential information.
difficulty and object
( 1 ) When an object was placed in the patient's hand, he had no difficulty determining whether it was warm or cold, sharp or blunt, rough or smooth, flexible, soft, or hard ; ;
Systematically O takes each object or creature in the room and disables its ability to ‘ see ’ him: he closes the blind and pulls the net curtains across, he covers the mirror with the rug, the cat and dog (“ a shy and uncooperative, little Chihuahua ”) are – with some difficulty – ejected from the room and the picture is torn up.
The belief that the limerent object does not and will not reciprocate can only come about with great difficulty.
A plot device is an object or character in a story whose sole purpose is to advance the plot of the story, or alternatively to overcome some difficulty in the plot.
Despite this newest theory of reading, Barthes remained concerned with the difficulty of achieving truly neutral writing, which required an avoidance of any labels that might carry an implied meaning or identity towards a given object.
This consideration could hardly escape any author, however wedded to his own system, and Hutcheson attempts to extricate himself from the difficulty by laying down the position that a man may justly regard himself as a part of the rational system, and may thus be, in part, an object of his own benevolence ( Ibid ),-- a curious abuse of terms, which really concedes the question at issue.
Once an object is maintained in the grasp of this " frontal variant " form of alien hand, the patient often has difficulty with voluntarily releasing the object from grasp and can sometimes be seen to be peeling the fingers of the hand back off the grasped object using the opposite controlled hand to enable the release of the grasped object.
* Plot device, an object or character in a story whose sole purpose is to advance the plot of the story, or alternatively to overcome some difficulty in the plot
Biron, however, had made himself an object of detestation to the Russian people, and after Biron had threatened to exile Anna and her spouse to Germany, Anna Leopoldovna had little difficulty in overthrowing him ( 8 November 1740 ).
# There is disagreement about the relative levels of difficulty posed by the use of various types of covers and by different object positions.
* Having particular difficulty mentally estimating the measurement of an object or distance ( e. g., whether something is 10 or 20 feet ( 3 or 6 meters ) away ).
The difficulty of the passing of a physical object depends on the strength of the Gauntlet in that particular area, as well as the object's innate spiritual strength.
Similarly, since objects in computer memory are not inherently sequential, and may include links to other objects ( including self-referential links ), XML data binding mappings often have difficulty preserving all the information about an object when it is marshalled to XML.
The game features 24 different tracks of increasing difficulty, and the object is to finish in the top three in order to qualify to race in the next track.
Affected children have difficulty moving their eyes only to a new visual target, so they will turn their head past the target to “ drag ” the eyes to the new object of interest, then turn the head back.
Bálint's syndrome is an uncommon and incompletely understood triad of severe neuropsychological impairments: inability to perceive the visual field as a whole ( simultanagnosia ), difficulty in fixating the eyes ( ocular apraxia ), and inability to move the hand to a specific object by using vision ( optic ataxia ).
In many cases the complete trio of symptoms — inability to perceive the visual field as a whole ( simultanagnosia ), difficulty in fixating the eyes ( ocular apraxia ), and inability to move the hand to a specific object by using vision ( optic ataxia )— may not be noticed until the patient is in rehabilitation.
The object is to outsmart the geek at their own subject ; as a handicap, the geeks are given questions of considerably greater difficulty than the contestants.
This is due to the difficulty caused by parts of objects: for instance, an object might disintegrate into several pieces in the course of its development.
When confronted with several objects, the patient ’ s attention becomes “ locked ” onto one object, and he has difficulty disengaging his attention from this object to another one.