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Aristotle, Robert William Browne - 1889 - 347 pages
|Any loss you sustain on the disposition of shares of stock or securities that make |
up the positions of a straddle will not be .... retained short position, but that is not
substantially identical to the long position disposed of on November 10, 1993.
|He would not offer anything common to God. His offering had to be something |
which was separated wholly unto God, something which was not only holy in
position but also holy in disposition. The offering of the nations is in three steps.
|They considered themselves implementers, who were skilled in effective property |
disposition, but who were not in a position to evaluate the history of a nonprofit
organization's housing efforts. They suggested that Field Offices should not ...
Deborah Hauptmann, Warren Neidich - 2010 - 588 pages
|Spaces are considered to be objects or volumes, not actors with agency or |
temperament that might even be evaluated for, for instance, a quotient of ...
Disposition locates activity, not in movement, but in relationship or relative
|When a mental state manifests a disposition and does so because of its |
phenomenology, I shall say that it expresses ... He is in a position to learn not just
whether he has, but what it is to have, the disposition that his mental state
1996 - 191 pages
|But he uses the point as an argument that the content of experience cannot be |
conceptual, and by my lights that betrays a blind spot. The point does not tell
against the conception of experience I have been recommending: a conception
according to ... in which one might try to register the link: namely, by identifying
experiences with dispositions to make judgements. ... That is how the position
accommodates the fact that experience is "belief-independent": other things fail to
be equal in ...
Akeel Bilgrami - 2006 - 396 pages
|Davidson himself, unlike others who hold this position, of course, does not want |
to think of mental disposition as an ... (For a fine and unjustly neglected early
work, not particularly on mental dispositions but generally on dispositions, tying
A. A. Long, D. N. Sedley - 1987 - 528 pages
|But when it is thought of not according to its inherent differentiation but merely |
according to its disposition relative to ... on the death of his son, and the man on
the right could cease to be the man on the right if his neighbour changed position