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(of documents, agreements, etc.) having legal force
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In a research done by Bialo and Kachala, the effectuality of IT facilities in learning procedures has been studied.
We have already seen that when we limit ourselves to this general determination-destination, we are missing the "frame" that connects it to the effectuality of this being-there in this situation, thus concretely determined.
While there are undoubtedly different degrees of competence and integrity among administrations and varying levels of prudence and effectuality among legislative programs, the best of them serve but for a season; and none of them dispenses us from the grueling business of getting through the vagaries of mortal life among men and women who are sinners like ourselves.
14) Such a "self," of course, is best characterized not in terms of mere "movement and perception," as Aristotle would have it, but in terms, rather, of effectuality--the effectuality that movement and perception make possible.