More specifically, the theory has the following elements: (a) freedom consists in the power to act in accordance with one's choices, (b) freedom requires the ability to suspend desires and master passions, (c) freedom requires a power of self-motion
in the agent, and (d) freedom is compatible with moral necessity but not with physical necessity.
This parietofrontal circuit is thus involved in spatial stimuli localization during self-motion
and/or body movement programming  and in restoring the spatial map after gaze shift .
Piu mosso: Fast self-motion
makes cyclic action faster in virtual reality
The verb najuriti 'run onto' occurs in 51 examples in HJR; however, the greatest number of constructions are caused motion, bearing the meaning 'chase away', and only a few occurrences apply to self-motion
contexts; for example:
Therefore, the source of all motion is self-motion
, or soul."
Aristotelian notion of happiness, although is not hedonistic (for here the happy one enjoys theoretical contemplation of the whole and not satisfaction of his particular need), remains restricted in egoistic self-motion
Specific processes attributed to this network include perception of self in vertical space, perception of self-motion
, and navigation.
"This way tax management would be given a self-motion
mechanism to achieve its main goals i.e.
In an effort to situate the Timaeus as a project of natural philosophy within the Platonic corpus, Charles Kahn traces the trajectory from the Phaedrus to Laws, showing how the metaphysical epistemology of the earlier Phaedo and Republic, after the Phaedrus, augments the being/becoming distinction with the self-motion
Optic flow provides information about self-motion
relative to the illuminated environment, that is, surfaces in the environment that reflect light (generally, light sources are outside the field of view).
Nevertheless I must concede that, in the eyes of the law, the word "animal" still denotes, "all animal life other than humans and signifies an inferior or irrational sentient being, generally, though not necessarily, possessed of the power of self-motion
." (Am., Jur.
For the self-motion
of an animal (which must necessarily be a local motion (40)) is not something that attaches to an animal, according to Aristotle, precisely insofar as it is a natural substance, since there are many natural substances incapable of self-motion