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The result of us relying and living our life according to our own understanding is that, from that moment ( the eating of the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil ) on, we are to rationally consider what to believe and filter with our natural understanding, rather than accepting what is good directly in our will, which was depicted of the Most Ancient people by Adam.
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Whether any of us remain in it long will depend on what happens as a result of the technological and economic revolutions now going on in the countries of Asia and Africa, and also of course on how long the cold war remains cold.
If, in a certain part of the range, it starts life 1 foot longer than do any of the other ( relatively large ) giants, and reaches maturity at, let us guess, 18 inches longer than the others, a quadrupling of the maturity length would result in a maximum of ( nearly ) 40 feet.
" The result is the prices with us do not drop even if they do on international market, or they do quite belated and not to the size of the international market.
T. S. Eliot said: " It is difficult for us to read that essay without reflecting that if Poe plotted out his poem with such calculation, he might have taken a little more pains over it: the result hardly does credit to the method.
The Anstoss thus provides the essential impetus that first sets in motion the entire complex train of activities that finally result in our conscious experience both of ourselves and others as empirical individuals and of the world around us.
Writing in the British newspaper The Independent in January 2006, Lovelock argued that, as a result of global warming, " billions of us will die and the few breeding pairs of people that survive will be in the Arctic where the climate remains tolerable " by the end of the 21st century.
As a result, all kinds of stuff gets in its way, including a bunch of wiring that passes through the eye and leaves us with a pair of blind spots, one in each eye.
: In our judgment, stress, anxiety and depression can no doubt be the result of the operation of external factors, but they are not, it seems to us, in themselves separately or together external factors of the kind capable in law of causing or contributing to a state of automatism.
In an interview in 2000, Mikhail Gorbachev, in response to the comment " In the 1980s, you warned about the unprecedented dangers of nuclear weapons and took very daring steps to reverse the arms race ," said " Models made by Russian and American scientists showed that a nuclear war would result in a nuclear winter that would be extremely destructive to all life on Earth ; the knowledge of that was a great stimulus to us, to people of honor and morality, to act in that situation.
Indirect realism provides an account of issues such as qualia, dreams, imaginings, hallucinations, illusions, the resolution of binocular rivalry, the resolution of multistable perception, the modelling of motion that allows us to watch TV, the sensations that result from direct brain stimulation, the update of the mental image by saccades of the eyes and the referral of events backwards in time.
Shortly after its discovery in 1930, Armin O. Leuschner disputed Pluto's status, suggesting that its dimness and high orbital eccentricity made it more similar to an asteroid or comet ; " The Lowell result confirms the possible high eccentricity announced by us on April 5.
Others have argued that natural evils are the result of the fall of man, which corrupted the perfect world created by God ; or that natural laws which are prerequisite for the existence of intelligent free beings ; or again that natural evils provide us with a knowledge of evil which makes our free choices more significant than they would otherwise be, and so our free will more valuable.
For instance, we are no longer following geodesics while standing because the mechanical resistance of the Earth exerts an upward force on us, and we are non-inertial on the ground as a result.
Sometimes his name is turned into the Frankish name Rodolf ( us ) or Radulf ( us ) or the French Raoul, that are derived from it .< ref group =" Note "> Rou is the result of a series of French regular phonetic changes from Hrólfr > Rolf > Rouf to Rou ( see Lepelley 15-16 ) and Norman names in-ouf and-ou ( t ): I ( n ) gouf and Ygout < Old Norse Ingulfr / Ingólfr ( Old Danish Ingulf ).
We're a band with a big fanbase, but the problem is that, as a result, no-one has an incentive to market us.
He knows what he is doing ; and, unlike Iago in Othello, he does not occasionally turn to the audience and literally tell us what is going to happen as a result of his subtle psychological manipulation of people and / or events.
If we are going to appeal to force, if force is to be the arbiter to which we appeal, it would at least make common sense to try to make sure beforehand that we have got it, even if you accept that abysmal logic, that decadent point of view. We are in fact in the position today of having appealed to force in the case of a small nation, where if it is appealed to against us it will result in the destruction of Great Britain, not only as a nation, but as an island containing living men and women.
Michael W. Pharand, though quoting earlier criticisms, rebutted, " Graves's theories and conclusions, outlandish as they seemed to his contemporaries ( or may appear to us ), were the result of careful observation.
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Some directory operations ( including < tt > unlink </ tt >( 2 )) are not synchronous on ReiserFS, which can result in data corruption with applications relying heavily on file-based locks ( such as mail transfer agents qmail and Postfix ) if the machine halts before it has synchronized the disk.
One key concern of the REST Web service developers is that the SOAP WS toolkits make it easy to define new interfaces for remote interaction, often relying on introspection to extract the WSDL, since a minor change on the server ( even an upgrade of the SOAP stack ) can result in different WSDL and a different service interface.
Extensive use of coercive power is rarely appropriate in an organizational setting, and relying on these forms of power alone will result in a very cold, technocratic, impoverished style of leadership.
When similar changes occur in double tradition material, which according to the 2SH are the result of Matthew and Luke relying on Q, they usually show Luke converging on Matthew.
As a result, the monarchs were able to exert control domestically by emasculating the feudal lords and to stop relying on the latter for armed troops.
It resolved the debate between those who urged greater government control of speech for reasons of security and those who favored allowing as much speech as possible and relying on the marketplace of ideas to reach a favorable result, leaving the law in a state along the lines of that which Justices Louis Brandeis, and, post-Schenck, Oliver Wendell Holmes advocated in several dissents and concurrences during the late 1910s and early 1920s.
As a result, some untreated sewage is discharged directly into the sea and the entire northern part of the city remains unconnected to the sewage system at all, instead relying on septic tanks.
As a result, the university's budget has strongly shifted away from relying on state support with nearly 84 % of the budget now coming from other sources.
In the aftermath of the election, the PSOE saw itself under increased pressure due both to political instability as a result of its low majority ( relying on increasingly-unstable pacts with Convergence and Union to pass its legislation ) and of the uncovering of numerous cases of corruption within the government itself.
By relying on the result of one cell from the multi-cell embryo, PGD operates under the assumption that this cell is representative of the remainder of the embryo.
On October 7, 1673, Massachusetts, relying on a new survey of its northern border, and responding to the Dutch capture of New York in August 1673 as a result of the Third Anglo-Dutch War, claimed of the Duke of York ’ s territory east of the Kennebec River in present day Maine, including the Permaquid settlement, and established a new county there.
Justice Harlan concurred in the result, but criticized the Court for relying on the Bill of Rights in reaching its decision.
As a result, thousands of farmers previously living in the forest or relying on the forest for their livelihood have been arrested and imprisoned and their lands seized.
The basic requirement is that no single failure can result in dangerous voltage becoming exposed so that it might cause an electric shock and that this is achieved without relying on an earthed metal casing.
Indeed, there is no distinction between an amateur mathematically correct result and a professional mathematically correct result: results are either correct or incorrect, and pseudomathematical results, by relying on non-mathematical principles, are not about professionalism but about incorrectness arrived at by improper methodology.
Note that the location of the vpointer in the object instance is not standard among all compilers, and relying on the position may result in unportable code.
In numerous cases these claims did not result in indictments or convictions, so caution should be used in interpreting or relying on this list.
As a result, the promoters of the canal included local landowners who hoped to achieve a return on their investment through greater crop yields, rather than relying upon share dividends.
Crane maintained that the Atari policy of relying on mangled adaptations of arcade games would result in a glut of cheap, unappealing games, which became one of the contributing factors to the Video Game Crash of 1983.
As a result the newspaper is able to distribute free copies to members of the university without relying on student union funding and it was the first student newspaper in the UK to produce a colour section.
However, a mistaken or incomplete legal opinion may be grounds for a professional malpractice claim against the attorney, pursuant to which the attorney may be required to pay the claimant damages incurred as a result of relying on the faulty opinion.
According to the Bilski opinion, the "' useful, concrete and tangible result inquiry ' is inadequate ," and the portions of the State Street decision relying on this inquiry are no longer of any effect under US patent law.
at 960 ( reaffirming that “ the machine-or-transformation test outlined by the Supreme Court is the proper test to apply ” ( emphasis added )), and that “ those portions of our opinions in State Street, relying on a ‘ useful, concrete and tangible result ’ analysis should not longer be relied on .” id.