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mediate

Logic (of an inference) having more than one premise, esp, being syllogistic in form
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We have learned that we do not see directly, but mediately, and that we have no means of correcting these colored and distorting lenses which we are, or of computing the amount of their errors.
Furious protestors in South Africa trashed six H&M stores and celebrities including The Weekend and G-Eazy im- mediately cut ties with the brand.
For Durkheim, "[...] Suicide is, any death which is caused, mediately or immediately, by an act, positive or negative, carried out by the victim himself (3) beginning with its very definition Durkheim begins to doubt by stating that: " the intention is too intimate a thing, to be appreciated from the outside " (5) as regards the suicidal act and the intimate nature of the various means and ends leading to it.
93 b, generally known as Shelley's Case, is the origin of the so-called Rule, which states that when "the ancestor by any gift or conveyance takes an estate in freehold, and in the same gift or conveyance an estate is limited mediately or immediately to his heirs in fee or in tail; that always in such cases the heirs are words of limitation of the [ancestor's] estate and not words of purchase." Id.
No human laws are of any validity, if contrary to this; and such of them as are valid, derive all their authority, mediately, or immediately, from this original." The theoretical framework of natural law was pervasive in colonial America, and it was firmly embedded in the broader tradition of British constitutionalism.
The state governments not only retain every power, jurisdiction, and right not delegated to the United States, by the constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, but they are constituent and necessary parts of the federal government; and without their agency in their politic character, there could be neither a senate, nor president of the United States; the choice of the latter depending mediately, and of the former, immediately, upon the legislatures of the several states in the union.
Is it not because they are addressed to the Imagination, which is Spiritual Sensation, & but mediately to the Understanding or Reason?
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).
Or is Adam's guilt "mediately" imputed to Adam's offspring because of their own sins which are unavoidable because of the inheritance of Adam's corrupted nature as in Josue de La Place, c.
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.
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.