Synonyms for sidedly or Related words with sidedly
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However, though as multivectors rotors also transform double-
, rotors can be combined and form a group, and so multiple rotors compose single-
. The alternative formulation above is not self-normalizing and motivates the definition of spinor in geometric algebra as an object that transforms single-
– i.e. spinors may be regarded as non-normalised rotors in which the reverse rather than the inverse is used in the sandwich product.
and are of even grade. Under a rotation generated by the rotor "R", a general multivector "M" will transform double-
"...primarily a religion, which means that respect for the divine, worship and prayer are central. In addition, it has a strong magical aspect, which often has been emphasized too one-
and unfairly. Magic involves the influence of earthly events by supernatural means."
Aristotle, of course, was a harsh critic of the Spartan constitution and way of life. There is considerable evidence that the Spartans, certainly in the archaic period, were not educated as one-
as Aristotle asserts. In fact, the Spartans were also rigorously trained in logic and philosophy.
Unlike convergence, dialect levelling in the sense used in this study (a) is not only a performance phenomenon, but (b) also refers to what ultimately happens at the level of the 'langue', and (c) though in the long-term meaning it comes down to dissimilar varieties growing more similar, it does not necessarily come about by mutually or one-
taking over characteristics of the other variety.
After the battle, the wounded were treated at nearby churches by the congregants, one of whom was a young Andrew Jackson. Tarleton claimed that after the battle ended, the wounded of both sides were treated "with equal humanity" and that the British provided "every possible convenience". Due to the large number of wounded, people from all over the countryside came to assist in their care. When they learned of what had happened, albeit one-
, news of the apparent "violation" of "quarter" on Tarleton's part spread rapidly through the region.
In response to Japan's China ADIZ accusation of "one-sided action" and its demand of China to scrap its new ADIZ China's Defence Ministry questioned Japan's justification, double-standards and credibility by stating that Japan, having its own ADIZ established 44 years ago in 1969 and unilaterally extended it twice and "one-
allowed the zone to cover the Senkaku Islands", has "no right" to ask China to withdraw its ADIZ, adding that China would like to ask Japan to "revoke its own ADIZ first, China will then consider this request in 44 years.”
For Wundt it would be just as much a misunderstanding to define psychology as a behavioural science in the sense of the later concept of strict behaviourism. Numerous behavioural and psychological variables had already been observed or measured at the Leipzig laboratory. Wundt stressed that physiological effects, for example the physiological changes accompanying feelings, were only tools of psychology, as were the physical measurements of stimulus intensity in psychophysics. Further developing these methodological approaches one-
would ultimately, however, lead to a behavioural physiology, i.e. a scientific reductionism, and not to a general psychology and cultural psychology.
Chiefly the points were raised by the Taiji fishermen themselves. The local fishermen complained that the film one-
depicted their angry reactions at being chased by cameras, and did not adequately explain the backdrop that they had been harassed by activists such as the Sea Shepherd and individuals attracted by the bounty offered by this organization for capturing damaging footages. The NHK (on a different program) concluded that the activists did so in order to capture angry and wild expressions by the local fishermen in the film and in photos.
La Maestra is the main character. She “converses” one-
with each of the following characters. In the beginning, she states that she is dead and describes where she used to live—in a house made of red clay with a straw roof. She grew up in a small town called “Hope” which was named by her father. She truly cares for the children whom she teaches; when she doesn’t eat she is thinking of the children. She teaches them the history of their country, Columbia.
All three premiere performances of "The Bathhouse" in Leningrad and Moscow evoked stormy criticism in the Soviet press. According to "Krasnaya Gazeta", the issue of bureaucratism in it was "handled... superficially and one-
," the play's fantasies being "abstract and bloodless." "The audiences remained emotionally cold and were indifferently trying to follow the plot which in itself occasionally is muddled," wrote a reviewer. In his bid to expose this vice, Mayakovsky "failed to provide the class analysis of the bureaucratism… The People House's Drama Theatre's production by V. Lyutse proved to be uninventive and only aggravated the author's fallacies," "Leningradskaya Pravda" (2 February) argued.
Foley (2003, p. 9) went on to argue thatThe concept of rationality, to use Hegelian language, represents the relations of modern capitalist society one-
. The burden of rational-actor theory is the assertion that ‘naturally’ constituted individuals facing existential conflicts over scarce resources would rationally impose on themselves the institutional structures of modern capitalist society, or something approximating them. But this way of looking at matters systematically neglects the ways in which modern capitalist society and its social relations in fact constitute the ‘rational’, calculating individual. The well-known limitations of rational-actor theory, its static quality, its logical antinomies, its vulnerability to arguments of infinite regress, its failure to develop a progressive concrete research program, can all be traced to this starting-point.
Fiedler believes Hemingway inverts the American literary theme of the evil "Dark Woman" versus the good "Light Woman". The dark woman—Brett Ashley of "The Sun Also Rises"—is a goddess; the light woman—Margot Macomber of "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber"—is a murderess. Robert Scholes admits that early Hemingway stories, such as "A Very Short Story", present "a male character favorably and a female unfavorably". According to Rena Sanderson, early Hemingway critics lauded his male-centric world of masculine pursuits, and the fiction divided women into "castrators or love-slaves". Feminist critics attacked Hemingway as "public enemy number one", although more recent re-evaluations of his work "have given new visibility to Hemingway's female characters (and their strengths) and have revealed his own sensitivity to gender issues, thus casting doubts on the old assumption that his writings were one-
masculine." Nina Baym believes that Brett Ashley and Margot Macomber "are the two outstanding examples of Hemingway's 'bitch women.
On 25 November, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said the measures one-
imposed rules set by the Chinese military on all flights in the zone, and violate the freedom to fly above open sea, a general principle under the international law, "the measures by the Chinese side have no validity whatsoever on Japan, and we demand China revoke any measures that could infringe upon the freedom of flight in international airspace. It can invite an unexpected occurrence and it is a very dangerous thing as well." He denounced China’s declaration as a dangerous attempt to change the status quo in the East China Sea through coercion, vowed to protect Japan’s air and sea space, and demanded that Beijing “revoke any measures that could infringe upon the freedom of flight in international airspace.”
One of the most talked-about sequences in the film, the Vietcong's use of Russian roulette with POWs, was criticized as being contrived and unrealistic since there were no documented cases of Russian roulette in the Vietnam War. Associated Press reporter Peter Arnett, who won a Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the war, wrote in the "Los Angeles Times", "In its 20 years of war, there was not a single recorded case of Russian roulette ... The central metaphor of the movie is simply a bloody lie." Director Cimino was also criticized for one-
portraying all the North Vietnamese as sadistic racists and killers. Cimino countered that his film was not political, polemical, literally accurate, or posturing for any particular point of view. He further defended his position by saying that he had news clippings from Singapore that confirm Russian roulette was used during the war (without specifying which article).
The play is invariably compared to John Milton's "Paradise Lost", as the two deal with the same subject matter—the creation and fall of Man, and the devil's role in it. As in "Paradise Lost", some critics maintain that the true protagonist of the "Tragedy" is Lucifer himself, being more active than Adam and God combined. Milton offers a more well-rounded Lucifer, however; he is motivated chiefly by a desire for power, and all his actions stem from that, rather than from any specifically malicious drive. Madách's version is significantly more one-
villainous, seeking to destroy mankind simply to prove God's creation experiment a failure. This spite, combined with his charisma in dealing with Adam and Eve, make him a decidedly sinister character, more so than Milton's.
Zitelmann criticizes the fact that, when it has considered the economic elite, the previous elite research has focused too one-
on executives employed by large corporations and major banks. He proposes dividing the term economic elite into two subcategories: 1. Senior executives in large corporations who can, in all likelihood, influence national political decisions. 2. The wealth elite, namely those individuals who sit at the top of the wealth pyramid. Zitelmann sets the minimum threshold for the wealth elite at net assets of EUR 10 million. The wealth elite is primarily composed of entrepreneurs and investors. Academic researchers have so far paid too little attention to this group. According to Zitelmann, this has led to statements on the social homogeneity and the recruitment mechanisms of the wealth elite being distorted, as they are derived from research which has mainly focused on employed executives.
In a later period, Husserl began to wrestle with the complicated issues of intersubjectivity, specifically, how communication about an object can be assumed to refer to the same ideal entity ("Cartesian Meditations", Meditation V). Husserl tries new methods of bringing his readers to understand the importance of phenomenology to scientific inquiry (and specifically to psychology) and what it means to "bracket" the natural attitude. "The Crisis of the European Sciences" is Husserl's unfinished work that deals most directly with these issues. In it, Husserl for the first time attempts a historical overview of the development of Western philosophy and science, emphasizing the challenges presented by their increasingly (one-
) empirical and naturalistic orientation. Husserl declares that mental and spiritual reality possess their own reality independent of any physical basis, and that a science of the mind ('') must be established on as scientific a foundation as the natural sciences have managed:
Towards the end of the month, she persevered in attempting to gain entry to events of Tier I calibre at Miami, and this time succeeded, scoring back-to-back comfortable straight-sets victories over Hungarian World No. 127 Gréta Arn and resurgent former Top 50 star Mashona Washington of the USA, for the collective loss of just nine games in two matches. In the main draw, she defeated World No. 44 Olga Govortsova of Belarus (6–3 6–7(6) 6–2) then unexpectedly one-
thrashed World No. 15 Nicole Vaidišová of the Czech Republic to reach the third round, where she lost to on-form World No. 20 Vera Zvonareva of Russia 1–6 4–6. The sixty-five ranking points accrued from this performance lifted her world ranking to a new career high of No. 70.
Since we exist in webs of significance and the objective analysis would detach us from a concrete reality which we are all part of it, Weber suggested ideal-types; an analytical and conceptual construct “formed by the accentuation of one or more points of view and by the synthesis of a great many diffuse, discrete, more or less present, and occasionally absent concrete individual phenomena, which are arranged according to those one-
emphasized viewpoints into a unified analytical construct.” Although they are analytical concepts, they serve as reference points in interpreting the meaning of society’s heterogeneous and polymorphous activities. In other words, ideal-types are simplified and typified empirical reality, but they are not reality in themselves. Bureaucracy, authority, religion, etc. are all ideal-types, according to Weber, and do not exist in the real world. They assist social scientists in selecting culturally significant elements of a larger whole which can be contrasted with each other to demonstrate their interrelationship, patterns of formation, and similar societal functions. Weber’s selected ideal-types - bureaucracy, religion, and capitalism - are culturally significant variables through which he demonstrated show multiple functionalities of social behavior.
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