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Thus he cites Maimonides ' interpretation of Gen. 18: 8, asserting that it is contrary to the evident meaning of the Biblical words and that it is sinful even to hear it.
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Thus for example Isocrates includes him among " the best advisers for human life ", even able to be ignored as a wowser, yet Plato's Socrates cites some Theognidean verses to dismiss the poet as a confused and self-contradictory sophist whose teachings are not to be trusted, while a modern scholar excuses self-contradictions as typical of a lifelong poet writing over many years and at the whim of inspiration.
Thus he cites the assertions that rent depends on the difference of fertility of the different portions of land in cultivation ; that the laborer always receives precisely the necessaries, or what custom leads him to consider the necessaries, of life ; that, as wealth and population advance, agricultural labor becomes less and less proportionately productive ; and that therefore the share of the produce taken by the landlord and the laborer must constantly increase, whilst that taken by the capitalist must constantly diminish ; and he denies the truth of all these propositions.
Thus, Jamyang Shaypa fails to recognize the possibility of an ' analytical meditation ' based on observation, even when he cites passages on breath meditation from Vasubandhu's Treasury of Manifest Knowledge and, especially, Asaṅga's Grounds of Hearers that appear to describe it.
The Oxford English Dictionary cites the 1440 Promptorium Parvulorum, the first English-Latin Dictionary, which contains the definition, " Whyrlegyge, chyldys game, Latin: giracu-lum Thus, it is likely the 1440 version of whirligig referred to a spinning toy or toys.
Thus and Maimonides
Thus the work of Maimonides, notwithstanding the sharp attacks upon it, soon won general recognition as an authority of the first importance for ritual decisions.
Thus, approaching them with a mind that is not yet learned in Torah and other Jewish texts can lead to heresy and the transgressions considered the most serious by Maimonides.
Thus and interpretation
Thus, various ideas have been associated with it ; Asher Peres remarked that very different, sometimes opposite, views are presented as " the Copenhagen interpretation " by different authors.
Thus a statement of the form is said to be true, under a particular interpretation, if there is some object in the domain of discourse of that interpretation that satisfies the predicate that the interpretation uses to assign meaning to the symbol Phil.
Thus, Hillel called attention to seven commonly used in the interpretation of laws ( baraita at the beginning of Sifra ); R. Ishmael, thirteen ( baraita at the beginning of Sifra ; this collection is largely an amplification of that of Hillel ).
Thus the difference between the two definitions of real numbers can be thought of as the difference in the interpretation of the statement " for all ... there exists ..."
Thus, " All-In-God " ( see pantheism ) as stated in one of the Sayings of Gospel of Thomas: " Lift Up A Stone And You Will Find Me There ..." This seemingly contradictory interpretation of Gnosticism's theology is not without controversy.
Thus, the interpretation is necessarily dynamic and the meaning of sentences is viewed as context change potentials instead of propositions.
Thus it would seem that Lewis Carroll did not intend care and hope from the repeating stanza to stand for two women, but was quite pleased with the interpretation after the fact.
Thus, in Botticelli's interpretation, Pankaspe ( the ancient living prototype of Simonetta ), the mistress of Alexander the Great ( the Laurentian predecessor ), becomes the lovely model for the lost Venus executed by the legendary Apelles ( reborn through the recreative talents of Botticelli ), which ended up in Rome, installed by Emperor Augustus in the temple dedicated to Florence's supposed founder Julius Caesar.
Thus so competent were the builders of Belton that Winde may have done little more than provide the original plans and drawings, leaving the interpretation to the on-site craftsmen.
Thus it can be seen that, according to Taimni's interpretation of the Yoga Sutras, samadhi is the main tool the yogin uses to achieve the end goal of yoga, the joining of the individual self with the Universal Absolute.
Thus, commentators such as Matei Călinescu and Carmen Muşat have also argued that a main characteristic of Eliade's fantasy prose is a substitution between the supernatural and the mundane: in this interpretation, Eliade turns the daily world into an incomprehensible place, while the intrusive supernatural aspect promises to offer the sense of life.
Thus, on this interpretation ( and as per Sextus ' own words ), the skeptic may well entertain the belief that God does or does not exist or that virtue is good.
Common's poetic interpretation of the text, which renders the title Thus Spake Zarathustra, received wide acclaim for its lambent portrayal.
Thus, what is " friendly " or what is " nasty ", depends on point of view, or how people are interacting, and it involves interpretation.
Thus, in order to understand the very difficult concept of Gibbs free energy one must be able to understand its interpretation as Gibbs defined originally by section AB on his figure 3 and as Maxwell sculpted that section on his 3D surface figure.
Thus, human interaction is mediated by the use of symbols and signification, by interpretation, or by ascertaining the meaning of one another's actions ( Blumer 1962 ).
Thus, Pierre Menard is often used to raise questions and discussion about the nature of authorship, appropriation and interpretation.
Thus, politicians who identified themselves as strict constructionists embraced an approach to constitutional interpretation that resembles what we today call originalism.
Thus and Gen
Thus, as great a Mitzvah as it is, this test is considered trivial for someone of the spiritual stature of Isaac, who, as one of our forefathers, was likened to God ’ s “ chariot ” ( Gen. Rabba 47: 6 ) for he served as a vehicle for the divine traits of kindness, strictness, and compassion.
Thus, the I Corps was not yet in position when the XI Corps was surprised and overrun by Lt. Gen. Thomas J.
Thus, Grant's forces in the immediate vicinity consisted of 12, 000 men at Bolivar, Rosecrans's 23, 000 at Corinth, Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman's 7, 000 at Memphis, and another 6, 000 as a general reserve at Jackson.
Thus, it is found that in the history of Noah, those of the generation of the Deluge suffered their hard fate solely on account of their violence, as it is said ( Gen. vi.
Thus, absolutists tended to side with Gen. Macarthur's proposal to commence a strategic nuclear bombing of China during the Korean War in order to achieve absolute military victory, while pragmatists were more likely to support limited wars suitable to achieving political objectives ( 311 ).
The Latin inscriptions, above and below a coat of arms ( presumably Sparrow's ), reads " Sic transit gloria mundi " (" Thus the glory of the world passes away ") " Gvlielmvs Sparrow, Gen., natvs ano.
Thus and .
Thus, to cite but one example, the Pax Britannica of the nineteenth century, whether with the British navy ruling the seas or with the City of London ruling world finance, was strictly national in motivation, however much other nations ( e.g., the United States ) may have incidentally benefited.
Thus we are compelled to face the urbanization of the South -- an urbanization which, despite its dramatic and overwhelming effects upon the Southern culture, has been utterly ignored by the bulk of Southern writers.
Thus Faulkner reminds us, and wisely, that the `` new '' South has gradually evolved out of the Old South, and consequently its agrarian roots persist.
Thus, the avant-garde choreographers have extended the scope of materials available for dance composition.
Thus, there is freshness not only in the individual movements of the dance but in the shape of their continuity as well.
Thus, paradoxically, the beat writers resort to `` religious '' metaphors: they are in search of mana, the spiritual, the numinous, but not anything connected with formal religion.
Thus, on the highroad, a troop of soldiers `` marched in their own dust and sang '', while on the footpath one man walks alone.
Thus the image of man has suffered complete fragmentation in personal and spiritual qualities, and complete objectification in sub-human and quasi-mechanistic powers.
Thus the transformation of Adam Smith's ideal entrepreneur into a mythological detective coincides closely with the decline of the real entrepreneur in economic life.
Thus, if corporations are not to run away with us, they must become quasi-governmental institutions, subject to public control and needs.
Thus, it is no mystical intuition, but an analyzable conception to say that man and his tradition can `` fall out of existence ''.
Thus human perception and human volition is the immanent cause of all social change and this most truly when the change reaches the civilizational level.
Thus with regard to the loss of tradition, in the change from order to disorder the metaphysics of change works itself out as a disruption of the individual soul, a change in which man continues as an objective ontological existent, but no longer as a man.
Thus, circular motion is itself one of the essential characteristics of completely perfect celestial existence.
Thus, Margenau remarks: `` A large number of unrelated epicycles was needed to explain the observations, but otherwise the ( Ptolemaic ) system served well and with quantitative precision.
Thus he complains, with considerable justice, that the Tory writers have resorted to libel instead of answering his arguments.
Thus Burns's `` My love is like a red, red rose '' and Hopkins' `` The thunder-purple sea-beach, plumed purple of Thunder '' although clearly intelligible in content, hardly present ideas of the sort with which we are here concerned.
Thus the student of literature may sometimes find it helpful to classify a poem or an essay as being in idea or in ideal content or subject matter typical or atypical of its period.
Thus ideas like `` grace '', `` salvation '', and `` providence '' cluster together in traditional Christianity.