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The strength of such an argument depends on the warrant, i. e. whether or not one can demonstrate a process which leads to the significant effect.
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Even so, confusion in this period gained such strength ( from compromise and other factors ) that it led to the bloodiest war of the Nineteenth century.
Yet we who lean upon such a man and draw strength from him and expect interpretation of the infinite through him -- we who readily accept his sacrifice as our due, we of the congregations are the first to tell him what is in our minds instead of listening to what is in his soul.
One might use such findings to indicate the strength of informal primary associations in the factory, an interpretation which would run counter to Fromm's theory of alienation.
One effect of the proposal, which puts a premium on population instead of economic strength, as in the past, would be to take jobs from European nations and give more to such countries as India.
The physical properties, such as density, reactivity, Young's modulus, and electrical and thermal conductivity, of an alloy may not differ greatly from those of its elements, but engineering properties such as tensile strength and shear strength may be substantially different from those of the constituent materials.
* Annealing ( metallurgy ), a heat treatment that alters the microstructure of a material causing changes in properties such as strength, hardness, and ductility
How fully in correspondence with such an environment the work would be, as apologia for the Church against the Synagogue's attempts to influence Roman policy to its harm, must be clear to all familiar with the strength of Judaism in Asia ( cf.
Once the adhesive and the adherend are in close proximity, molecular interactions, such as van der Waals forces, become involved in the bond, contributing significantly to its ultimate strength.
The television, film, book, costume, home decoration, and confectionery industries use this time of year to promote products closely associated with such a holiday, with promotions going from early September to 31 October, since their themes rapidly lose strength once the holiday ends, and advertising starts concentrating on Christmas.
In fact, studies have found that young climbers develop better skills as adults from their experience with youthful disadvantages such as height and strength.
In modern times, researchers have experimented with the addition of other materials to create concrete with improved properties, such as higher strength or electrical conductivity.
Each one is chosen for its aesthetic effect and structural strength, and such choice can also play a significant role in determining the instrument's timbre.
The strength of chemical bonds varies considerably ; there are " strong bonds " such as covalent or ionic bonds and " weak bonds " such as dipole – dipole interactions, the London dispersion force and hydrogen bonding.
The level of clay components in the limestone ( around 30 – 35 %) is such that large amounts of belite ( the low-early strength, high-late strength mineral in Portland cement ) are formed without the formation of excessive amounts of free lime.
Some of his hardest victories have come from fighting single opponents of inhuman strength: one such as Thak, the ape man from " Rogues in the House ", or the strangler Baal-Pteor in " Shadows in Zamboula ".
The flavour, colour, and quality of industrial cheese varies significantly, and food packaging will usually indicate a strength, such as mild, medium, strong, tasty, sharp, extra sharp, mature, old, or vintage ; this may indicate the maturation period, or food additives used to enhance the flavour.
( To be precise: for the definition of the dipole moment one should always consider the " dipole limit ", where e. g. the distance of the generating charges should converge to 0, while simultaneously the charge strength should diverge to infinity in such a way that the product remains a positive constant.
Factors such as population size, historical events, military strength, diplomatic expertise and a strategic geographical position give Egypt extensive political influence in the Middle East, Africa, and within the Non-Aligned Movement as a whole.
Other instructors, such as Carmine Caruso, believed that the brass player's embouchure could best be developed through strength building exercises that focus the student's attention on his or her time perception.
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Research is complicated somewhat by the possibility that such differences could be the consequences of stuttering rather than a cause, but recent research on older children confirm structural differences thereby giving strength to the argument that at least some of the differences are not a consequence of stuttering.
Lingard's strength of argument, however, continued to be popular, and the influence of Protestant animosity for Catholic apologetic also led him to develop a keen critical judgement.
* Belief bias is when one's evaluation of the logical strength of an argument is biased by their belief in the truth or falsity of the conclusion.
Citation has several important purposes: to uphold intellectual honesty, to attribute prior or unoriginal work and ideas to the correct sources, to allow the reader to determine independently whether the referenced material supports the author's argument in the claimed way, and to help the reader gauge the strength and validity of the material the author has used.
Through such arguments he arrives at the fundamental principle of scepticism: the radical and universal opposition of causes summed up in the phrase panti logo logos antikeitai (" to every argument another argument is opposed with the same strength ").
In the Mace format, emphasis is typically on analytical skills, entertainment, style and strength of argument.
Richard Webster, author and critic of Sigmund Freud, praises The Concept of Mind for what he sees as its clarity and strength of argument, but suggests that while Ryle's arguments effectively dissolve the mind-body problem, they have failed to bring about a revolution in human knowledge.
Within this context, he made a forceful argument, showing how, particularly in the last two centuries in the western world, the glorification of the ideals traditionally associated with the masculine-reason, logic, power, strength, victory, territorialism-and the denigration of those related to the feminine-emotion, intuition, nurturing-had led to the proliferation of arms, the development of agents of mass destruction, the spread of war and terrorism and the systematic rape of the environment.
Farrer comments that ‘ His argument finds its strength in the fewness of the instances for which any one hypothesis needs to be invoked ; but the opposing counsel will unkindly point out that the diminution of the instances for each hypothesis is in exact proportion to the multiplication of the hypotheses themselves.
Cebes would then, "... rather not rely on the argument from superior strength to prove the continued existence of the soul after death.
The argument behind this assumption, that men possess greater upper-body strength, was dismissed by Gero, who pointed out physical strength is not an imperative quality in someone skilled at making stone tools.
" " There is an argument that the trial judge failed adequately to take into account the circumstances that the publicity might have had an impact of particular strength not only in the immediate locality of the crime but in a somewhat wider area embracing the city of Edinburgh and other towns in the Lothians ," he said.
In short, this whole argument from natural law no longer has anything like the strength that it used to have.
According to this argument, the first stage of Hitler's plan consisted of the military build-up of German strength and the achievement of the Weimar Republic's traditional foreign policy goals.
Individuals using systematic processing are motivated to pay attention and have the cognitive ability to think deeply about a message ; they are persuaded by the content of the message, such as the strength or logic of the argument.
After breaking with Barton-Wright, purportedly due to an argument and a fight, Tani also continued his work as a professional music-hall wrestler under the shrewd management of William Bankier, a strength performer and magazine publisher who went by the stage name of " Apollo ".
If an argument is inconsistent in opinions of strength, the results of persuasion will be inconsistent.
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Similarly, the intensity of electromagnetic forces depends upon the strength ( electric charge ) of the electromagnetic field.
The cryptographic strength of the HMAC depends upon the cryptographic strength of the underlying hash function, the size of its hash output length in bits, and on the size and quality of the key.
Modifications ( such as acetylation or phosphorylation ) that lower the charge of the globular histone core are predicted to " loosen " core-DNA association ; the strength of the effect depends on location of the modification within the core.
In relativistic contexts, time cannot be separated from the three dimensions of space, because the observed rate at which time passes for an object depends on the object's velocity relative to the observer and also on the strength of gravitational fields, which can slow the passage of time.
A rope with a bowline retains approximately 65 % of its strength at the location of the knot, although in practice the exact strength depends on a variety of factors.
Le Chatelier's principle qualitatively describes systems of non-instantaneous change ; the duration of adjustment depends on the strength of the negative feedback to the initial shock.
The field strength at which breakdown occurs depends on the respective geometries of the dielectric ( insulator ) and the electrodes with which the electric field is applied, as well as the rate of increase at which the electric field is applied.
The Earth's magnetic field quickly deflects the electrons at right angles to the geomagnetic field, and the extent of the deflection depends upon the strength of the magnetic field.
The strength of the E1 pulse depends upon the number and intensity of the gamma rays produced by the weapon and upon the rapidity of the gamma ray burst from the weapon.
The total number of flux line s depends on the strength of the source and is constant with increasing distance.
If this susceptibility itself depends upon the electric field, one can obtain a nonlinear optical effect of magneto-optical parametric generation ( somewhat analogous to a Pockels effect whose strength is controlled by the applied magnetic field ).
The period of swing of a simple gravity pendulum depends on its length, the local strength of gravity, and to a small extent on the maximum angle that the pendulum swings away from vertical, θ < sub > 0 </ sub >, called the amplitude.
However, there is also the non-linear Kerr effect: the refractive index of a material at a given frequency depends on the light's amplitude or strength.
The strength of hydrogen bonds depends on their environment, thus H-bonds enveloped in a hydrophobic core contribute more than H-bonds exposed to the aqueous environment to the stability of the native state.
Just what happens in a specific orogen depends upon the strength and rheology of the continental lithosphere, and how these properties change during orogenesis.
The graph of the dimensionless function f which indicates how the strength of the tidal potential depends on the eccentricity ε of the ellipsoid
The optimal depth depends on factors such as the skater's weight, ability, strength, sporting activity, and ( for ice hockey ) style of play.
The angle of slope that can allow moving snow to accelerate depends on a variety of factors such as the snow's shear strength, which is itself dependent upon crystal form, and the configuration of layers and inter-layer interfaces.