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The Uniqueness of the West

part 1 The Uniqueness of the West Introduction "Prefatory Remarks" ("PR"), 1 the major reading in this Part, demarcates succinctly and vividly the particularity of the West or, in Weber's terms, "the characteristic uniqueness of modern Western rationalism."

Dignity, Uniqueness, Rights

Dignity, Uniqueness, Rights Gabriel Moran Old and rich words, such as dignity, often have conflicting, sometimes nearly opposite, meanings. This ambiguity cannot be cleared up with a quick definition; the two meanings are too intimately entangled.

coUrse Descriptions

What are the factors and processes, both human and physical, which account for this uniqueness? Geography is not concerned with memorization of place names (capitals, rivers etc,) lists of imports and exports or other statistical information.

John R. Chambers*

© 2008 The Author Journal Compilation © 2008 Blackwell Publishing Ltd Social and Personality Psychology Compass 2/2 (2008): 878–894, 10.1111/j.1751-9004.2008.00076.x Explaining False Uniqueness: Why We are Both

The Uniqueness of the Gospel of Mark

Year Through The Bible The Gospels & Acts Leader's Reference The Uniqueness of the Gospel of Mark Very early in church history, Mark's Gospel was eclipsed by the Gospel of Matthew.

Existence and Uniqueness

Di erential Equations LECTURE 7 Existence and Uniqueness At the beginning of the course, we made a point of noting three questions we wanted to keep

How UniqueIsYour Web Browser?

Mayerhasargued[8]that it is almost impossible to reach any conclusions about the global uniqueness of a browser ngerprint, because the multinomi-naltheorem indicates that the maximum likelihood for the probability of any ngerprint that was unique in a sample of size Nis: P (f i) = 1 N (6) A ngerprintwith this ...

Uniqueness, Evidence, and Rationality Nathan Ballantyne and E ...

Uniqueness, Evidence, and Rationality Nathan Ballantyne and E.J. Coffman 1 Forthcoming in Philosophers' Imprint Two theses are central to recent work on the epistemology of disagreement: Uniqueness ('U'): For any given proposition and total body of evidence, some doxastic attitude is the one the ...

Circles, Squares, and Choice: The Effect of Shape Arrays on ...

Thus, the uniqueness arrays led to increased uniqueness seeking, but the variety arrays did not. Taken together, Studies 4a and 4b demonstrate that the variety and uniqueness arrays have unique consequences for choice and suggest that variety and uniqueness are distinct constructs, at least in the ...

Existence, Uniqueness, and Computational Theory for Time ...

Existence, Uniqueness, and Computational Theory for Time Consistent Equilibria: AH yperbolic Discounting Example KennethL. Judd Hoover Institution Stanford, CA 94305 judd@hoover.stanford.edu National Bureau of Economic Research April, 2003 This revision: November, 2004 ∗ Abstract We present an ...