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So if, as Posterior Analytics I 2 tells us, knowledge is an opinion that we have established as necessarily true by means of determining, through a demonstrative syllogism, why it is necessarily true, then the contrariety of true and false opinion will imply the contrariety of knowledge and false opinion.
of the contrariety alive within ourselves is probably St.
Hip hop's aesthetic of contrariety was present in the narrative structure of Buckworld One, which engaged moments of friction as evocative spaces for questioning, grieving, outrage, complicit witnessing, love and celebration in and between the poetry, dance, music and imagery.
There must be a contrariety of legal rights that can be interpreted and enforced on the basis of existing law and jurisprudence.
Sorjuanian wit resonates with the ideas of Spanish Baroque philosopher Baltasar Gracian y Morales (1601-1658), who in The Art of Worldly Wisdom [Agudeza de arte e ingenio--Discurso VIII] characterizes baroque paradox as the "ponderings of contrariety," explaining that the concept is "quite hard for the wit to grasp; it duplicates artifice .
lt occurs to this reviewer, writing from China, that the intellectual tradition this book traces, with Swedenborg at its center, exists in a relationship of contrariety with the Enlightenment tradition one might compare to the Chinese notion of yin and yang.
The 'out of sight, out of mind' metaphor exemplifies the contrariety between the words 'promotion' and 'absence" If the organisation can procure a lateral move for the spouse that is either as higher on the career ladder as the one she left, foreign relocation may be a viable option for the dual career couple.
She seeks to construct a Nietschean critique of war that especially builds upon his ideas concerning power, values, nature, contrariety, language or words, truth and deception, religion, experience, and sexuality and sexual politics while also bringing in the ideas of writers whose thinking appears relevant.
I will outline the contrariety of noise, figurative and actual, in Epicene and will analyze how noise is performed in various guises, positing a dialectical relationship between the expressive modes of the acoustic and the gestural in Elizabethan theater.
I want to destroy that diversity of centers, which puts everything into confusion by creating a contrariety of influences.
How can the contrariety of an effortless and accurate calculation be solved?
A possible rationale for the contrariety between our findings and those of Sivadas et al.