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|This activity does not have to be completed in one session, and can be revisited |
at any time. Mapping is not a lesson, it is an activity that fosters higher-order
thinking. It should not ... 'A reward cannot be valued if it is not understood.' (Phillip
|exertion to perform it, the greater, as far as depends upon the will of the party, will |
be the value of the service. Hence it follows, that if salary he reward, as far as
funds can be found, salaries cannot be too large. ... The error lies in its not being
properly understood: and that in general it has not been properly understood, the
bad management and weak measures so frequent in this line are but too
|and heart have understood the true value, the true worth of this ceaseless |
growing. Therefore understand that, not ... If you could imagine it,'it must of
necessity be born of opposites; therefore it cannot be true. Therefore do not begin
with that; ...
|The incentive value of a reinforcer depends on the learner's experience with the |
reinforcer in question. ... A small quantity of reward can be very effective if the
learner has experienced such rewards and is now deprived of them, while a
large reward can be ... a visual cue that cannot be seen serves no stimulus
function; a question that is not understood cannot stimulate the response of
|nevertheless some Things mofl useful to Humane Life, which are not understood |
to fall under any determinate Priie or Value ... be exempted from Dominion and
Property, or because they are not capable of being exchang'd, and therefore
cannot be ... or forbids that they should be done for a Reward, it is to be
understood that the fame Laws have set them without the . ... Bodies, and even
the vast Ocean are exempt from Humane Property, so that no Rate or Value can
be put upon them.
|8But the rulers of this world have not understood it; if they had, they would not |
have crucified our glorious Lord. ... It all sounds foolish to them and they can't
understand it, for only those who are spiritual can understand what the Spirit ...
The fire will show if a person's work has any value. MIf the work survives, that
builder will receive a reward. ,5But if the work is burned up, the builder will suffer
|Rosen (1974), as has been shown, found that hedonic coefficients generally |
reflect both user values and resource costs, ... (1987) states: It is well-established
- but still not widely understood - that the form of h(-) [the hedonic function] cannot
be ... 14 Correspondingly, if the supply curves were perfectly inelastic, so that a
change in price would not affect the supply of ... say, novel configurations of
characteristics, and no temporary monopoly profit would be achieved as a reward
for this, ...
|Yes, I should have understood you even without words ; your voice, your |
expression, your eyes, which reflected your immortal ... have revealed many
things to you in this mysterious language ; and yet, I cannot but think, you have
not understood me. ... At all events I should have felt obliged if you had not given
this tum to my unpremeditated observations. ... of their own industry and genius is
insufficient to provide for the fair reward of works written to endure ; that the
extension of the ...
|and liberties, which a king ought therefore to grant, because of right demanded ; |
not to deny them for fear his bounty ... that he would not forfeit that freedom which
cannot be denied him as a king, because it belongs to him as a man and ... But
them that yield him this obedience he so well rewards, as to pronounce them
worthy to be flaves. ... But when kings come so low, as to fawn upon philosophy,
which before they neither valued nor understood, it is a sign that fails not, they
are then ...
|And if it may be in him to see oft " the major part of them not in the right," had it not |
been more bis modesty, to have doubted their ... that he would not forfeit that
freedom, which cannot be denied bim as a king, because it belongs to him as a
man and a ... But them that yield him this obedience he "j well rewards, as to
pronounce them worthy to be slaves. ... But when kings come so low, as to fawn
upon philosophy, which before they neither valued nor understood, it is a sign
that fails not, ...