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substantial

Philosophy of or relating to substance rather than to attributes, accidents, or modifications
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218) If a "direct" effect is defined to require an immediate consequence and nothing more, there is no need for the substantiality and foreseeability language.
200) For starters, the length and substantiality of his samples varies drastically from song-to-song, (201) and this lack of consistent sampling size would make it difficult for a court to either create a bright-line rule for mash-ups, or rule that the entirety of Gillis' albums fell under fair use.
45) With respect to the third factor, the Court examined "the amount and substantiality [i.
Lily worked out the fundaments of the Cezannesque color scheme during "The Window" section, which gained completion in the substantiality and solidity of form-arrangements within a composition bearing the strength of "bolts of iron" (186).
The digients themselves, child-like but distinctly not children, are fascinating creations, the point when their digital personalities are translated into a robot-like device that allows them to discover the substantiality of the real world is precise, a gem, absolutely true.
43] Once the first issue of actual copying has been established, the second issue of substantiality is then considered.
He begins by looking at his general conception of the science of metaphysics and how it sheds light on his notion of substance, and by establishing a conceptual framework for understanding the most general parts of his conception of substantiality.
What we are witnessing now is the disappearance of its substantiality.
Anschauung] lifts beings out of the context in which they are what they are, treating them as if their Being were an independent, nonrelative substantiality.
Kotler (1988) suggested the four criteria for effective segmentation namely measurability, substantiality, accessibility and actionability.
As for running as transcendent, Fleming's argument seems to be that though we cannot resolve the lack of certainty and substantiality of the world, especially through modern philosophy, we can choose to run.