Ask AI3: What is complex?
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For it includes the emotional ties that bind men to their homeland and the complex motivations that hold a large group of people together as a unit.
Accidental war is so sensitive a subject that most of the people who could become directly involved in one are told just enough so they can perform their portions of incredibly complex tasks.
Because the responsibility for resolving the issue lay with the President, rather than with his doctors, nothing raises more surely for us the difficulties simple goodness faces in dealing with complex moral problems under political pressure.
I am suggesting that a case-history approach to the Oedipus complex is a blind alley for a storyteller.
It is most probable that Freud and the Oedipus complex never entered his head in the writing of this story.
The novelist who has been badly baptized in psychoanalysis often gives us the impression that since all men must have an Oedipus complex all men must have the same faces.
I have argued that Oedipus of the Oedipus complex has a doubtful future as a tragic figure in literature.
Moreover, he organized the movement of his forms, within his rigorously shaped space, into highly complex equilibriums ; ;
Very likely it will also include a recognition that the work we are reading reflects or `` belongs to '' some way of thought labelled as a `` school '' or an `` -ism '', i.e. a complex or `` syndrome '' of ideas occurring together with sufficient prominence to warrant identification.
This complacency was blown to bits by the relativity of Einstein, the revelation of the complex anatomy of the atom and the discovery of the expanding universe.
Our data indicate that these students of today do basically accept the existing institutions of the society, and, in the face of the realities of complex and large-scale economic and political problems, make a wary and ambivalent delegation of trust to those who occupy positions of legitimized responsibility for coping with such collective concerns.
`` I had natural sock '', he says, ' as a storyteller and was precociously good at description, dialogue, and most of the other staples of the fiction-writer's trade but I was bugged by a mammoth complex of thoughts and feelings that prevented me from doing more than just diddling the surface of sustained fiction-writing ''.
The league workers search out the pros and cons of the most complex issues and make them available to the public.
But those who would revitalize so complex an organization must, first of all, overcome the resistance of layers of officials wedded to traditional procedures, suspicious of innovation and fearful of mistakes.
right now, with almost cartoon emphasis, in the temporally linked complex of Tshombe-Gizenga-Goa-Ghana.
It seems to me that N.C., in his editorial `` Confrontation '' ( SR, Mar. 25 ), has hit upon the real problem that bothers all of us in a complex world: how do we retain our personal relationship with those who suffer??
Moreover, on complex projects, design work must be completed and orders for machinery and equipment placed months or even years before construction can commence.
More importantly, several of the more advanced of the less developed countries have found through experience that they must plan their own complex investment programs for at least 5 years forward and tentatively for considerably more than that if they are to be sure that the various interdependent activities involved are all to take place in the proper sequence.
The causes of the decline of the commuter railroads are many and complex -- high taxes, losses of revenue to Government subsidized highway and air carriers, to name but two.
No previous antitrust case, he said, had involved interests of such magnitude or presented such complex problems of relief.