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mediate

Logic (of an inference) having more than one premise, esp, being syllogistic in form
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Initially the master 'relates himself mediately to the bondsman through a being [a thing] that is independent, for it is just this which holds the bondsman in bondage' (Hegel, 1977: 115).
All EU and UN sanctions were removed im- mediately, with some US sanctions remaining in place.
Most of these employees have been recruited, trained and we plan to start the operations im- mediately when the facility is ready.
For, First, wee must haue no commerce or dealing with the diuell, eyther directly and immediately, or mediately and indirectly; for we ought to haue our recourse to God alone in all distresses.
God shows himself mediately through his creatures, in which he remains immutable, silent and eternal, and it is the silent depth of the human heart, where he lives immediately, which allows us to recognize the divine essence of that showing.
And in each case, subjectivation does not bear directly on people's capacity, but mediately through the intermediary of the Nazi State or of the Stalinist State, to which this capacity is identified.
Of those held, four men and one women are char ged with offences com mitted inside or outside the ground, during or im mediately after the game.
I define a sign as anything which is so determined by something else, called its Object, and so determines an effect upon a person, which effect I call its interpretant, that the latter is thereby mediately determined by the former" (Peirce, 1998, p.
Murphy argues that these points make God an essential explainer of all things: God must figure into the explanation of everything, and must figure into every explanation immediately, not mediately as deism would have it.
13) See HALL, supra note 5, at 2 ("Thus, either mediately or directly, knowledge of jurisprudence permeates the entire enterprise of the study and practice of law even if that influence is not always consciously perceived.
When word got out, the students im- mediately conducted a book drive in San Jose, Tarlac, last April 21.