TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «IRRESOLUBLY»
The term «irresolubly» is barely ever used and occupies the 210.932
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «IRRESOLUBLY»
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Representing Reason: Feminist Theory and Formal Logic
Marilyn Frye explains the essential features and tensions of this dynamic of
denial: Women's existence is both absolutely necessary to and irresolubly
problematic for the dominant reality and those committed to it, for our existence is
Rachel Joffe Falmagne, Marjorie Hass, 2002
The Symbolic Construction of Reality: The Legacy of Ernst ...
... religious significance contained in the concept of God and the significance of
human action and of human ethics are irresolubly interconnected: between these
two aspects a pure and strict correlation is being negotiated ... Thus the prophets
Jeffrey Andrew Barash, 2010
Turkish Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science
The fantasy of irresolubly rival systems of the world is a thought experiment out
beyond where linguistic usage has been crystallized by use. No wonder the
cosmic question whether to call two such world systems true should simmer
Gürol Irzik, Güven Güzeldere, 2006
Sexual Life In Ancient Rome
While fate allows us, feast our eyes in passion. The coming night is long and has
no dawn. Oh, that a chain would bind us, still embracing thus, irresolubly for
evermore! Why, take example from the quiet 230 SEXUAL LIFE IN ANCIENT
Quine explains his attitude towards the case as follows: The fantasy of irresolubly
rival systems of the world is a thought experiment out beyond where linguistic
usage has been crystallized by use. No wonder the cosmic question whether to ...
Robert L. Arrington, Hans-Johann Glock, 2004
The Sophismata of Richard Kilvington: Introduction, ...
The sophisma sentence 'A is known by you' is thus irresolubly ambiguous
between these two readings: (R1) 'God exists' is known by you. (R2) 'Nothing
granted by S is known by you' is known by you. It is assumed that you know that
Richard Kilvington, Norman Kretzmann, Barbara Ensign Kretzmann, 1990
Objectivity, Science and Society: Interpreting Nature and ...
Later we were to discover that the differences separating these two critiques were
fundamental, for they were in fact the outcomes of irresolubly distinct
problematics. These problematics were susceptible to a rigorous characterization
Commandment and Community: New Essays in Jewish Legal and ...
... to their value at present, after being changed and improved). The sugya thus
ends irresolubly with no alternative worked out for illustrating the practical
relevance of the dispute between Abaye and Raba. REFERENCES Botwinick, A.
Noble in Reason, Infinite in Faculty: Themes and Variations ...
If her concepts clash with theirs – if she 'adheres to and participates in a different
way of life' from them – then what guarantee is there that her concepts and their
concepts will not impose irresolubly conflicting demands on some situation in ...
Clowning and Authorship in Early Modern Theatre
... simultaneous evidence for playgoing as an irresolubly collaborative,
improvisatory, interactive pastime, is perhaps the most crucial – and complex –
question in early modern English theatre history.122 From 1576 to 1593, a total
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «IRRESOLUBLY»
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The Way to All Flesh
Their stubborn inertia and the artist's intent gaze bounce off one another irresolubly, and perhaps that state of estrangement is what reality has ... «The New York Review of Books, Feb 08»