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|It would be nice if you could at least put on an act. Did Arthur ... They're all inside |
watching TV this time of day. ... We'll find out, won't we? When we ask the doctor.
They can't tell. Not really. Of course they can. They look at you down there, and ...
|If these facts had spoken for themselves, Northerners and Southerners should |
have agreed. They did not agree, and there was a Civil War. Why? Because facts
do not speak for themselves, but are made to speak by individuals in accordance
|To be sure, there also takes place in it the fact that it is authentically interpreted, |
explained and expounded by the specially ... They hear, perceive and
understand, as these facts speak for themselves. ... Hence we understand and
explain them best if we see them as the mute—but not really mute—facts as
which they are ...
|They hear, perceive and understand, as these facts speak for themselves. ... of |
these facts, of their more or less direct reporting, is simply to cause them to speak
for themselves to their hearers and ... Hence we understand and explain them
best if we see them as the mute — but not really mute — facts as which they are ...
|It is also safe to assume that they also have considerably more facts than they |
can process effectively. ... Basic human emotions like anxiety, greed,
exasperation, intolerance, apathy, or fear have hijacked their brains and ... If you
let the “facts speak for themselves,” you risk an interpretation that does not fit your
|Most of their assessments are not nearly so succinct nor memorable as those |
produced by Mark Twain, but these ... scientific "facts" are not so much "
discovered" (as if revealed by some divine hand) as they are "socially
constructed" ... facts "speak for themselves," the "social constructivists," as they
are called, have sometimes seemed, at least to their critics, to be arguing that the
facts do not matter at all.
|But their version of science bears little resemblance to the construction of the "|
scientific" made by practitioners of ... Indeed, pro-life women invoked the
discourse of science as an authoritative description of fact; in this they are no
different from other laypeople. ... The general position they articulated is that the
scientific facts about abortion speak for themselves. They believed that if most
women had access to accurate information, they would cease to condone or
|The effect of presence depends on the fact that “it is implied in the very structure |
of speech that the speaker hears ... speak to themselves, or, as if when they
speak to others, they concentrate their attention on what they themselves say and
|This argument, drawn from universal consent, has this misfortune in it, that if it |
were true, in matter of fact, that there were ... if there can be any other way shown
how men may come to that universal agreement in the things they do consent in ...
|The principal error committed by the intelligence testers has been the assumption |
that their tests yield a quantitative measure of the biological determination of
intelligence. Evidence today reveals that these tests measure, if anything, the
background of information of the testee, plus the ... But facts do not speak for
themselves, and unless they are given a little assistance they have a difficult time
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