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denoting a surface on which any two points can be joined without crossing an edge
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Collingwood praised to the skies) but so denigrates mere "practice" as to leave political theory little place: while philosophy aims at "experience without reservation or arrest, without presupposition or postulate, without limit or category," "practice" (including politics), by contrast, is indeed an "arrest" in experience because it one-sidedly interprets the world sub specie voluntatis, exhausts itself in the (necessarily doomed) enterprise of converting what is into what "ought" to be: "The presupposition of practical experience is that 'what is here and now' and 'what ought to be' are discrepant.
The CIO upsurge was an amazing and positive event, but it does not aid our understanding of it to concentrate one-sidedly on its more radical manifestations.
priest and pastors, when they preach from a text that one-sidedly uses imagery from
The quality of information leaves much to be desired, the situation is covered one-sidedly, which deteriorates tension in the region, representatives of Jalal-Abad oblast said.
Deputy Prime Minister Naoto Kan said on a TV program that he is slightly concerned that ''investigative information has been one-sidedly leaked to the media,'' while declining to comment on the allegations.
That Quartet (and UN) policy failed because it one-sidedly supports US and Israeli interests.
Her comments on this issue in her book The Neurotic Personality of Our Time are as fresh today as when they were written: "I believe that the genetic [historical] approach, if used one-sidedly, confuses rather than clarifies the issue, because it leads then to a neglect of the actually existing unconscious tendencies and their functions.
I know a number of men who are struggling with the exclusivity in our language, especially in our reading of the liturgy, with its one-sidedly male image of God--the "Almighty Father, King, Lord and Master of mankind" sort of language.
It one-sidedly pushed material incentive as the key to progress and neglected groundwork for the building of socialism.
WCC General Secretary Konrad Raiser said the Digest offered an "extremely distorted and one-sidedly negative" view of the ecumenical organization, which includes more than 300 churches in 100 countries.
Lawyer Akmatov said the investigation was held one-sidedly and only car accident version was considered.
It claims Condoleezza Rice sought Middle East peace, and it's up to Barack Obama to accomplish it himself - when, in fact, Democrats and Republicans one-sidedly support Israel, seek dominance over Middle East states, want a subservient Hamas like Fatah, back the Gaza conflict to weaken its effective rule, and are for the illegal occupation of Palestine to continue.