The cosmological principle
expresses the matter inside a spacetime or black hole to be uniformly (i.
Tipler, The Anthropic Cosmological Principle
(New York: Oxford University Press, 1988).
Ostrander views a six-member theistic set of causal powers (material, formal, instrumental, final, efficient, and sufficient cause) that works with the anthropic cosmological principle
to produce a cosmos inhabited by human life--something to ponder in more detail.
One shall verify the t-local characteristic of the the cosmological principle
The Copernican and cosmological principles
say much the same about the universe.
Shannon loosens our grasp on the certainty with which we regard spatial mechanics, and expands our awareness of cosmological principles
that operate on a wide spectrum from astronomical to infinitesimal.
Through analysis of the depictions, colors and spatial organization, they found that the sites mimic the Southeastern native people's cosmological principles
This theory is sill accepted by most cosmologists today to describe cosmological principles
such as the homogeneity and isotropy of the universe.
have played a key role in the theory and practice of medicine throughout history, sometimes obscuring human understanding of more accurate models such as modern disease theory, but often leading the way in the spirit of scientific and medical inquisition.
For example, in the planning of the city of Lahore--which was one of the most beautiful cities in the world when I first saw it in 1959, and when I saw it thirty years later, I was flabbergasted by the sprawl, it was one of the big shocks of my life--Islamic architecture took into consideration local natural and social conditions, traditional technologies, as well as metaphysical and cosmological principles
Chua's demonstration of Vincenzo Galilei's ambivalence toward the rationalization of music that Galilei himself had advocated through "correction" of the Pythagorean tuning ratios, which in antiquity where taken as cosmological principles
He explains how Kant develops and defends three cosmological principles
of Baumgarten's (and adds a fourth)--no fate, no chance, no leap (continuity), and no gap--as widely applicable to the phenomenal world, how all the Principles of Pure Understanding that determine content (all except the Postulates) can be linked to aspects of Kant's concept of the world as it is expressed in rational cosmology.