milar results Mukhlas  argues that the imperative
form does not always use the structure of the imperative
verb (fi'il injunction) but also use mudari fi'il structure 'which dijazamkan with lam imperatives
), declarative sentence structure, and the structure of the fi 'il nahyi (negative amar).
The Moral Imperative
statement seeks to generate the necessary social and political will by inspiring greater commitments from others to join in this cause, tapping into many of the shared convictions and beliefs that unify the world's major religions around the call and responsibility to combat poverty.
If we agree that a very large contingent of our relevant community is voiceless, isn't it imperative
that we provide that voice?
He further said: However, it is ultimately the value that the Imperative
Energy business will deliver to the Gaelectric Group through their core offering, project revenues, market positions, reputation, knowledge and skills that convinced us of the need for them to join Gaelectric.
Bastei Luebbe and Imperative
Entertainment will each hold a 50% share in the new entity, which will operate under the name Bastei LLC, the companies said without disclosing other financial details.
There are five clear digital imperatives
for chief marketing officers (CMOs) worldwide: engagement, brand idea, analytics to make data work harder, speed of execution and organisational change," he added.
Now, in The Technological Imperative
in Canada, Francis deftly links more than a century and a half of English-Canadian public servants, engineers, scientists, inventors, economists, cultural critics, philosophers and poets who have inquired into technology as the metaphysics of the vast, rich land they inhabit and sought to understand it against a backdrop of morality (the French Canadians will need a book of their own, he says).
Thus, what these three idioms have in common is the surprising occurrence of the imperative
form of the verb in questions.
And he reintroduces readers to other interwar intellectuals--Stephen Leacock, Archibald Lampman, George Sidney Brett, and Frederick Philip Grove--who also wrestled with the technological imperative
in this in-between era, when it was not at all clear whether to celebrate or lament the advances of industry and mechanization.
Alexander Graham Bell joined them later with his reflections on communication technology, agreeing with them that the technological imperative
would support and, in fact, fulfill the moral imperative
Kant says at 414 (page number from the Academy edition of the Groundwork) that 'if an action would be good merely as a means to something else the imperative
is hypothetical; if the action is represented as in itself good, hence as necessary in a will in itself conforming to reason, as its principle, then it is categorical.
The first imperative
is to make the 21st century the century of soft power.