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The latter matter is considered in detail in a later section.
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This latter construal is sometimes expressed by saying " there is no fact of the matter as to whether or not P ." Thus, we may speak of anti-realism with respect to other minds, the past, the future, universals, mathematical entities ( such as natural numbers ), moral categories, the material world, or even thought.
Classical physics draws a distinction between particles and energy, holding that only the latter exhibit waveform characteristics, whereas quantum mechanics is based on the observation that matter has both wave and particle aspects and postulates that the state of every subatomic particle can be described by a wavefunction — a mathematical expression used to calculate the probability that the particle, if measured, will be in a given location or state of motion.
Such rocks as granite, which have cooled very slowly and under great pressures, have completely crystallized ; but many kinds of lava were poured out at the surface and cooled very rapidly, and in this latter group a small amount of amorphous or glassy matter is common.
Thus for example two extant plays, The Phoenicean Women and Iphigenia at Aulis, are significantly corrupted by interpolations ( the latter possibly being completed post mortem by the poet's son ) and the very authorship of Rhesus is a matter of dispute.
The latter provides a systematic approach to solving for the geometry of a spacetime that contains a distribution of matter that moves slowly compared with the speed of light.
The latter figure means that a nuclear fission explosion or criticality accident emits about 3. 5 % of its energy as gamma rays, less than 2. 5 % of its energy as fast neutrons ( total ~ 6 %), and the rest as kinetic energy of fission fragments ( this appears almost immediately when the fragments impact surrounding matter, as simple heat ).
Because phase boundaries relate to changes in the organization of matter, such as a change from liquid to solid or a more subtle change from one crystal structure to another, this latter usage is similar to the use of " phase " as a synonym for state of matter.
On policy matter issues, Musharraf befriended with senior justice of the Supreme Court of Pakistan Justice Rafiq Tarar ( later president ) and held common beliefs with the latter.
At around the same time, the atomic theory and the corpuscular theory of light ( as updated by Einstein ) first came to be widely accepted as scientific fact ; these latter theories can be viewed as quantum theories of matter and electromagnetic radiation, respectively.
To adjust the matter, the magistrates arranged a colloquy between Huber and Musculus ( September 2, 1587 ), in which the former represented the universalism, the latter the particularism, of grace.
If the latter argument is accepted, then the Republic of China may have ceased to be a state post-1971 as a matter of international law (" de jure "), yet continued to otherwise function as the state that it previously was recognised as (" de facto ").
Similarly, all states that recognise the PRC either recognise the PRC as the legitimate representative of Taiwan or acknowledge the PRC's views on the matter — the latter is the position adopted by the United States, which prefers to leave that question ambiguous.
While the latter defends ontological dualism, thus accepting the existence of a material world ( res extensa ) as well as immaterial minds ( res cogitans ) and God, Berkeley denies the existence of matter but not minds, of which God is one.
According to one story, found in the Iliad, he was accidentally killed in his old age by Heracles ' son Tlepolemus, when the latter was beating his servant with a stick and Licymnius ran in between ( or else Tlepolemus and Licymnius had a quarrel over a certain matter ).
Many species also take vegetable matter such as seeds and berries, some ( primarily the larger species ) will take small frogs / lizards, the Eurasian Wren has been recorded wading into shallow water to catch small fish and tadpoles, the Sumichrast's Wren and Zapata Wren will take snails, and the Giant Wren and Marsh Wren have been recorded attacking and eating bird eggs ( in the latter species, even eggs of conspecifics ).
He explained the use of his signature, his picture, and the picture's caption, as having been applied by the magazine's editor, Mihail Polihroniade, to a piece the latter had written after having failed to obtain Eliade's contribution ; he also claimed that, given his respect for Polihroniade, he had not wished to publicize this matter previously.
It is a collateral matter progress essentially between the two tribunals, an inferior one and other superior one by which the latter, by virtue its power of superintendence over the former, restrains it within its rightful competence.
In June of the latter year he formed a cabinet when the country was violently excited over the Dreyfus affair ; his firmness and honesty increased popular respect for him, but a chance vote on a matter of especial excitement overthrew his ministry in October.
Based on the known laws of physics, the former appeared much smaller and the latter much colder than it should be, suggesting that they are composed of material denser than neutron-degenerate matter.
The matter soon developed into a general controversy between the Dominicans and Franciscans ; among the latter, Relaxati and Zelanti alike supported Bérenger on the basis of the Bull of Nicholas III, " Exiit qui seminat " which had defined the poverty of the Franciscans, both individually and collectively, as equivalent to that of the Apostles, and had therefore transferred to the Roman Church all their holdings in land and houses, as had already been enacted by Innocent IV ( 14 November., 1245 ).
The other part of these estates — including the Earldom of Hereford, which had belonged to Mary de Bohun and had then become incorporated into the holdings of the House of Lancaster — became a matter of contention in the latter 15th century.
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As it is, they consider that the North is now reaping the fruits of excess egalitarianism, that in spite of its high standard of living the `` American way '' has been proved inferior to the English and Scandinavian ways, although they disapprove of the socialistic features of the latter.
So great a man could not but understand, too, that the thing that moves men to sacrifice their lives is not the error of their thought, which their opponents see and attack, but the truth which the latter do not see -- any more than they see the error which mars the truth they themselves defend.
This strange person quarrels with a cyclist because the latter is using the path rather than the highroad.
However, it is important to trace the philosophy of the French Revolution to its sources to understand the common democratic origin of individualism and socialism and the influence of the latter on the former.
Analogously, anyone who argues that Einstein's theory of gravitation is simpler than Newton's, must say rather more to explain how it is that the latter is mastered by student-physicists, while the former can be managed ( with difficulty ) only by accomplished experts.
In the latter research program, information is available for 2,758 Cornell students surveyed in 1950 and for 1,571 students surveyed in 1952.
Nogaret is hardly an impartial witness, and even he did not make his charges against Boniface until the latter was dead, but there is some truth in what he said and more in what he did not say.
And, after becoming the right-hand man of Enver Pasha, he is sent by the latter to pave the way for a new Turkish Empire embracing `` the union of all Turks throughout Central Asia from Adrianople to the Chinese oases on the Silk Trade Route ''.
and it is still very far from certain how valid the party's claim is that in `` a growing number of kolkhozes '' the peasants are finding it more profitable, to surrender their private plots to the kolkhoz and to let the latter be turned into something increasingly like a state farm.
The location of the latter now is determined for tax purposes at the time of registration, and it is now accepted practice to consider a motor vehicle as being situated where it is garaged.
Data on the former are scanty, but there can be little doubt that the latter is sometimes born at a length greater than that of any of the others, thereby lending support to the belief that the anaconda does, indeed, attain the greatest length.
the former figure is based on a somewhat unusual birth of four by a Central American female ( see chapter on Laying, Brooding, Hatching, and Birth ), the latter on a `` normal '' newly born individual.
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The latter plays a prominent role in Roman Catholic theology and is considered decisive, entirely apart from Scripture, in determining the ethical character of birth-prevention methods.
In the latter case, or if a nation-state uses it clandestinely, it may also be considered bioterrorism.
However, the term is applied to multidimensional data as well as to univariate data and in situations where a transformation of the data values for some or all dimensions would usually be considered necessary: in the latter cases, the notion of a " central location " is retained in converting an " average " computed for the transformed data back to the original units.
The Cheng brothers, Cheng Yi and Cheng Hao, are considered the founders of the two main schools of thought of Neo-Confucianism: the School of Principle the first, the School of Mind the latter.
The difference between the two definitions is that under the former, finite sets are also considered to be countable, while under the latter definition, they are not considered to be countable.
By this time the main difference between light and battle cavalry was their training ; the former was regarded as a tool for harassment and reconnaissance, while the latter was considered best for close-order charges.
Nevertheless, Western states that survived into the latter half of the 20th century were considered " strong " by simple reason that they had managed to develop the institutional structures and military capability required to survive predation by their fellow states.
While Cernunnos was never assimilated, scholars have sometimes compared him functionally to Greek and Roman divine figures such as Mercury, Actaeon, specialized forms of Jupiter, and Dis Pater, the latter of whom Julius Caesar said was considered the ancestor of the Gauls.
This latter feature is new and is considered a major upgrade compared to the existing GPS and GLONASS navigation systems, which do not provide feedback to the user.
In Roman law, the " contractor himself was considered the party to the contract and it took a second contract between the person who acted on behalf of a principal and the latter in order to transfer the rights and the obligations deriving from the contract to him ".
During the latter part of the 1990s the UN considered relaxing the sanctions imposed because of the hardships suffered by ordinary Iraqis.
The latter has also come true ; as in the developed world, through liberal reforms, trade unions won many concessions, improving the situation of the workers ( something that Marx considered very unlikely ); in the more populated parts of the world such as Africa, India, and China the populations continue to grow and all the industry is moving there if it has not already established itself in the last two decades.
The latter, centering on the figure of Niels Ebbesen, a medieval Danish squire considered a national hero for having assassinated an earlier German occupier of Denmark, Count Gerhard III, was a contemporary analogue to World War II-era Denmark.
In the latter case, it would make Basque and Aquitanian form a small family together ( ancestors are generally not considered to be distinct languages for this purpose ).
The latter theory was not considered as correct, since it was not compatible with the aberration of light, and the auxiliary hypotheses developed to explain this problem were not convincing.
In classical antiquity, the " liberal arts " denoted those subjects of study that were considered essential for a free person ( Latin: liber, " free ") to master in order to acquire those qualities that distinguished a free person from slaves-the latter of whom formed the greater number of the population in the classical world.
Films of the latter type are generally considered to be artistically superior films, but many films of the former type are commercially successful and well received by fans of the genre.
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, founder of the Ahmadiyya movement, considered by Ahmadis to be the Promised Messiah of the latter days
Although the latter is a soup, it is considered as a dish in itself and is served as such or with dates especially during the month of Ramadan.
In the latter work, which examines the subject of paleoanthropology, Bouts developed a teleological and orthogenetical view on a perfecting evolution, from the paleo-encephalical skull shapes of prehistoric man, which he considered still prevalent in criminals and savages, towards a higher form of mankind, thus perpetuating phrenology's problematic racializing of the human frame.
The Newlyn School in England is considered another major proponent of the technique in the latter 19th century.
Similarly, Enterprise was considered for refit to replace Challenger after the latter was destroyed, but Endeavour was built from structural spares instead.