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The general acceptance of the idea of governmental ( i.e., societal ) responsibility for the economic well-being of the American people is surely one of the two most significant watersheds in American constitutional history.
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In this respect, the general palatability and individual acceptance of most radiosterilized foods has, to date, been found to be low in comparison with fresh and commercially processed foods.
Later, Jensen was an important advocate in the mainstream acceptance of general intelligence factor, a concept which was essentially synonymous with his Level II conceptual learning.
Some suggested this dramatic fall was a sign of the general acceptance of the status quo and the likelihood of Labour's majority remaining unassailable.
The new approach did not secure immediate approval, but it was endorsed by the House of Lords in Quin & Axtens v Salmon AC 442 and has since received general acceptance.
By 1827, he had abandoned law and embarked on a geological career that would result in fame and the general acceptance of uniformitarianism, a working out of the idea proposed by James Hutton a few decades earlier.
Golb's book presents observations about de Vaux's premature conclusions and their uncontroverted acceptance by the general academic community.
The acceptance of artificial methods of birth control is then claimed to result in several negative consequences, among them a " general lowering of moral standards " resulting from sex without consequences, and the danger that men may reduce women " to being a mere instrument for the satisfaction of own desires "; finally, abuse of power by public authorities, and a false sense of autonomy.
( The western stream originated in the same area as the eastern stream: both belong to the same style system, called by Phillipson the Chifumbadze system, which has general acceptance by archaeologists.
This, along with the general public's increasing lack of familiarity of Greek mythology at the time led to the figure of Pan becoming generalised as a ' horned god ', and applying connotations to the character, such as benevolence that were not evident in the original Greek myths which in turn gave rise to the popular acceptance of Murray's hypothetical horned god of the witches.
Though their development was gradual, we can date the full-blown appearance and general ecclesiastical ( as opposed to simply popular or local ) acceptance of Christian images as venerated and miracle-working objects to the 6th century, when, as Hans Belting writes, " we first hear of the church's use of religious images.
Anecdotal literature reinforces this impression of general societal acceptance of the public celebration of male-male love ( which hostile Western caricatures of Islamic societies in medieval and early modern times simply exaggerate ).
Chilton and Evans state that the general acceptance of the authenticity of the James passage lends support to the partial authenticity of the Testimonium in that the brief reference to " Jesus, who was called Christ " in Antiquities XX, 9, 1 " clearly implies a prior reference " and that " in all probability the Testimonium is that prior reference ".
Alfred strongly believed in the superiority of breech-loaders, on account of improved accuracy and speed, but this view did not win general acceptance among military officers, who remained loyal to tried-and-true muzzle-loaded bronze cannon.
Despite general acceptance of Byrne's characterization, as evidenced by subsequent adaptations in other media, some writers have called for a return to Luthor's original status as a mad scientist.
It took nearly 10 years before a general acceptance of the origin of meteorites was achieved through the work of the French scientist Jean-Baptiste Biot and the British chemist, Edward Howard.
The organization's stated primary purposes are " to advance the ideals and standards of professional cartooning in its many forms ", " to promote and foster a social, cultural and intellectual interchange among professional cartoonists of all types " and " to stimulate and encourage interest in and acceptance of the art of cartooning by aspiring cartoonists, students and the general public.
The Declaration of acceptance of the general compulsory jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice terminated after a 6-month notice of termination delivered by the Secretary of State to the United Nations on October 7, 1985.
However, until the rise of Romanticism and the general acceptance of freedom of religion in Western civilization, " paganism " was almost always used disparagingly of heterodox beliefs falling outside the established political framework of the Christian Church.
He is thought to be the author of the pseudo-Cyprianic writing Ad Novatianum, though this view has not found general acceptance.
The properties of RNA make the idea of the RNA world hypothesis conceptually plausible, though its general acceptance as an explanation for the origin of life requires further evidence.
The general conditions of sexual discrimination appear to be ( 1 ) the acceptance of one mate precludes the effective acceptance of alternative mates, and ( 2 ) the rejection of an offer will be followed by other offers, either certainly, or at such high chance that the risk of non-occurrence will be smaller than the chance advantage to be gained by selecting a mate.
In the 20th century, the subject came to be known as tensor analysis, and achieved broader acceptance with the introduction of Einstein's theory of general relativity, around 1915.
The British Waterways Act of 1995 still did not enshrine any right of public access, although it did encourage recreational access of all kinds to the network, although the steady development of the leisure use of the canals and the decline of commercial traffic had resulted in a general acceptance that towpaths are open to everyone, and not just boat users.
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And it is clearly argued by Lord Percy of Newcastle, in his remarkable long essay, The Heresy Of Democracy, and in a more general way by Voegelin, in his New Science Of Politics, that this same Rousseauan idea, descending through European democracy, is the source of Marx's theory of the dictatorship of the proletariat.
An idea, of the sort that we have in mind, although of necessity readily available to imagination, is more general in connotation than most poetic or literary images, especially those appearing in lyric poems that seek to capture a moment of personal experience.
Although Mr. Brown was not himself its inventor ( it was a French idea ), it is typical that his intuition first conceived the importance of mass producing this basic tool for general use.
The idea has received much attention in philosophy, in literature, and in a few works of general social criticism, such as The Sane Society.
Conversely, Howard Marshall writes that the speeches were not entirely the inventions of the author and, while they may not be verbatim, nevertheless records the general idea.
Bohr, visiting Columbia at the time, had independently conceived the same idea, and submitted a paper for publication about a month after Rainwater's which discussed the same problem along more general lines.
For example, abstracting a leather soccer ball to the more general idea of a ball retains only the information on general ball attributes and behavior, eliminating the other characteristics of that particular ball.
A conspiracy theory explains an event as being the result of an alleged plot by a covert group or organization or, more broadly, the idea that important political, social or economic events are the products of secret plots that are largely unknown to the general public.
Cantor himself only mentioned the ternary construction in passing, as an example of a more general idea, that of a perfect set that is nowhere dense.
* In 1998, Chris Phoenix suggested a general idea for a macroscale replicator on the sci. nanotech newsgroup, operating in a pool of ultraviolet-cured liquid plastic, selectively solidifying the plastic to form solid parts.
According to Locke, a general idea is created by abstracting, drawing away, or removing the uncommon characteristic or characteristics from several particular ideas.
For example, the abstract general idea or concept that is designated by the word " red " is that characteristic which is common to apples, cherries, and blood.
The abstract general idea or concept that is signified by the word " dog " is the collection of those characteristics which are common to Airedales, Collies, and Chihuahuas.
The following diagram illustrates the general idea of the key exchange by using colours instead of a very large number.
The Big Society was the flagship policy idea of the 2010 UK Conservative Party general election manifesto.
" On second reading, the reader should realize that " breast " does not carry the general androgynous connotation of " chest " but instead the specific idea of a woman's breasts, which are so attractive that a man of any religion would kiss the Christian cross to be near.
Since Ōtomo had weak political support from his maternal relatives, the general wisdom of the time held that it was not a good idea for him to ascend to the throne, yet Tenji was obsessed with the idea.
These were general purpose buttons and were often re-purposed for whatever fun idea the MIT hackers had at the time, hence the adoption of foo and bar as general purpose variable names.