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It presented a unified view of new theories of chemistry, contained a clear statement of the law of of mass, and denied the existence of phlogiston.
No poet has ever presented evil in such stark and tragic terms yet he had an exalted view of Zeus, whom he celebrated with a grand simplicity reminiscent of David's Psalms, and a faith in progress or the healing power of time.
This view is presented in English poet John Keats ' poem To Autumn, where he describes the season as a time of bounteous fecundity, a time of ' mellow fruitfulness '.
During the time of perestroika and after the dissolution of the Soviet Union media expression flourished, with a wide variety of newspapers that presented a wide variety of points of view.
The Inquiry rejected the sniper's account that this shot had been made in reprisal, stating the view that he and another Official IRA member had already been in position, and the shot had probably been fired simply because the opportunity had presented itself.
Although the Chinese Room argument was originally presented in reaction to the statements of AI researchers, philosophers have come to view it as an important part of the philosophy of mind.
A contrary view is presented here Kidd later settled in the new colony of New York.
Though unsatisfied with Adorno and Horkeimer's thought presented in Dialectic of Enlightenment, Habermas shares the view that, in the form of instrumental rationality, the era of modernity marks a move away from the liberation of enlightenment and toward a new form of enslavement.
In all, the positive view of Soviet lifelong presented to the public by the official media was rapidly fading, and the negative aspects of life in the Soviet Union were brought into the spotlight.
A somewhat ambivalent, alternative view of the draugr is presented by the example of Gunnar in Njál's saga:
In principle every level, and even every external view, can be presented by a different data model.
As a first-person shooter, the gameplay of Duke Nukem 3D involves moving through levels presented from the protagonist's point of view, shooting enemies on the way.
Epaphras, who first shared the good news to Colossi, near the opening of the book is presented as a beloved fellow worked-a ' one of us ' from Paul's ministry point of view.
There were numerous critical comments about Blyton: claiming that her vocabulary was too limited, that she presented too rosy a view of the world, even suggestions that little Noddy's relationship with Big Ears was " suspect ", that he was a poor role model for boys because he sometimes wept when frustrated and the laws were politically incorrect.
In all, the very positive view of Soviet life which had long been presented to the public by the official media was being rapidly dismantled, and the negative aspects of life in the Soviet Union were brought into the spotlight.
Some scholars concur with this view, whereas others argue that the Gulag was neither as large nor as deadly as it is often presented, and it did not have death camps, although during some periods of its history, mortality was high in the labor camps.
William Fairfield Warren, in his book, Paradise Found: The Cradle of the Human Race at the North Pole presented his belief that humanity had originated on a continent in the Arctic, called Hyperborea, this view influenced some of the early hollow earth theorists.
The approximate dates presented by Josephus are in concordance with other historical records, and most scholars view the variation between the motive presented by Josephus and the New Testament accounts is seen as an indication that the Josephus passage is not a Christian interpolation.
Some journalists and authors during the last 25 years presented an alternative view of Kit Carson.
In his writings, Meriwether Lewis presented a somewhat negative view of her, though Clark had a higher regard for her, and later on provided some support for her children in subsequent years.
Transformative learners utilize discourse as a means of critically examination and reflection “ devoted to assessing reasons presented in support of competing interpretations, by critically examining evidence, arguments, and alternative points of view .” When circumstances permit, transformative learners move toward a frame of reference that is more inclusive, discriminating, self-reflective, and integrative of experience.
Under this view, beta reduction corresponds to a computational step, and in the untyped lambda calculus, as presented here, reduction need not terminate.
Numerous hadith are presented by the Ahmadis in support of their view, such as one from Sunan Ibn Majah which says, There is No Mahdi but Jesus son of Mary.

view and Seinfeld
In an episode of Seinfeld, Jerry refers to George's private bathroom, adorned with a Manhattan skyline view and a bar, as Xanadu.

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This is the only case in modern history of a people of Britannic origin submitting without continued struggle to what they view as foreign domination.
The principal defender of this view of primary experience as `` causal efficacy '' is Alfred North Whitehead.
All we want from Dr. Huxley's statement is the feeling that this is an open world, in the view of the best scientific opinion, with practically no directional commitments as to what may happen next, and no important confinements with respect to what may be possible.
The maturity in this point of view lies in its recognition that no basic problem is ever solved without being clearly understood.
The idea here is one of discharge but this must stand in opposition to a second view, Plato's notion of the arousal of emotion.
A fourth view is the transformation of emotion, as in Housman's fine phrase on the arts: they `` transform and beautify our inner nature ''.
Some historians have found his point of view not to their taste, others have complained that he makes the Tory tradition appear `` contemptible rather than intelligible '', while a sympathetic critic has remarked that the `` intricate interplay of social dynamics and political activity of which, at times, politicians are the ignorant marionettes is not a field for the exercise of his talents ''.
He tends to underestimate -- or perhaps to view charitably -- the brutality and the violence of the age, so that there is an idyllic quality in these pages which hazes over some of its sharp reality.
The other is that the charge for cabanas and parasols, though modest from an American point of view, still is a little high for many Athenians.
In Krutch's view, this is one way to show how literature may be moral in effect without employing the explicit methods of a moralist.
This is nevertheless a minority view.
This new vision of man that the narrator acquires is also accompanied by a re-vision of his previous view.
From this point of view the `` militant mobs '' of the past, stirred into action by one ideology or another, were all composed of `` intellectuals '' -- and this is not the level on which the essence of mankind can be discovered.
Krim's typicality consists only in his New Yorker's view that New York is the world ; ;
Around that statue in the green park where children play and lovers walk in twos and there is a glowing view of the whole city, in that park are the rows of marble busts of Garibaldi's fallen men, the ones who one day rushed out of the Porta San Pancrazio and, under fire all the way, up the long, straight narrow lane to take, then lose the high ground of the Villa Doria Pamphili.
That notion is fantastically wrong-headed from several points of view.
It is a war to stay out of today, especially in view of the fact that President Ngo Dinh Diem apparently does not want United States troops.
The football opponent on homecoming is, of course, selected with the view that said opponent will have little more chance than did a Christian when thrown to one of the emperor's lions.
What Mr. Kennedy, in fact, wrote was: `` It is the Department's view that no anti-trust enforcement considerations justify any loss of revenue of this proportion ''.
The headline is offensive, particularly in view of the total inaccuracy of the editorial.
In view of the increasing shortage of usable surface and ground water in many parts of the Nation and the importance of finding new sources of supply to meet its present and future water needs, it is the policy of the Congress to provide for the development of practicable low-cost means for the large-scale production of water of a quality suitable for municipal, industrial, agricultural, and other beneficial consumptive uses from saline water, and for studies and research related thereto.
While it is easy enough to ridicule Hawkins' pronouncement in Pleas Of The Crown from a metaphysical point of view, the concept of the `` oneness '' of a married couple may reflect an abiding belief that the communion between husband and wife is such that their actions are not always to be regarded by the criminal law as if there were no marriage.

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