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|Wecan also find out detailsforaparticular coin, such as mint, designer, mintage, |
etc. usingadditionalinformation sources.But this theory must be tempered with
reality. 2 Current Practical Solutions “How can the human brain solvethistask?”.
|Others argue that university property should not be used to display pornographic |
materials. Someone notified the ... What are their opinions? Through analyzing
case studies, idealism about a college campus can be tempered with reality.
|For this to be true, 3-year-olds must think the experimenter probably does not |
know the real identity of the object. ... stating that “Any conclusions about
children's appearance–reality abilities in general must be tempered accordingly”
|What of the premise that both types of principles exist in the plural, so that one |
must choose among them? ... Definition of reality versus absolutist legitimization
of status quo arrangements Most of the foregoing discussion has to do ... They
may not invoke the more esoteric legitimizations but the putative grounding of
policy in theory amounts to absolutist legitimization. ... These policies must be
tempered to actual economic conditions, for example, to the stage of the business
|Nehru, Jawaharlal A theory must be tempered with reality. - Nehru, Jawaharlal |
The policy of being too cautious is the greatest risk of all. - Nehru, Jawaharlal
Great causes and little men go ill together. - Nehru, Jawaharlal Time is not
|But in Networked, Lee Rainie and Barry Wellman show how the large, loosely knit social circles of networked individuals expand opportunities for learning, problem solving, decision making, and personal interaction.|
|If Aristotle grants us the capacity for moral choice, he must allow for the possibility |
of immoral behavior. ... of decency that he stresses the importance of ideals in his
views of reality and human nature as well as in his theory of prudence.
Arthur J. Cockfield - 2010 - Preview
|In the next section, I review how economic theory (which often emphasizes the |
need for international tax rules that promote global welfare maximization) must
be tempered by the reality of a lack of collective action by governments (and their
|In 1965, Dr. Wheaton Glasser M.D. set forth his new and innovative theory known |
as Reality Therapy. ... child who refuses to learn in school and disrupts the class
with temper outbursts, the man who must lose a promotion because he is afraid ...
|The implications of Durkheimian theory are (1) that absent or weakened |
normative regulation must be reinstated through some form of moral community,
and (2) steps should be taken to reduce or temper people's un- limited
aspirations. As a result ... In the long run it requires the restructuring of society so
that it becomes more egalitarian and “equal opportunity” becomes a reality. The
theory lends itself to ...