Those who are excited about the new interventionism occasionally overlook that what they are prescribing to regulate internal conflict is international war; recent experiences, the history of our species, and the reflections of philosophers who have considered the danger of apologetic justifications for state violence might recommend against facilely
imagining that war solves more problems than it creates.
1979), the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recognized that, "[i]f a judgment debtor objectively demonstrates a present financial ability to facilely
respond to a money judgment and presents to the court a financially secure plan for maintaining that same degree of solvency during the period of an appeal," the district court, in its discretion, may substitute some form of guaranty of judgment responsibility for the supersedeas bond.
In the process, she reminds audience members that they are not privy to her psychic and epistemic interior and that they cannot facilely
presume her performance to he exclusively for their consumption; there are other constituencies who warrant her attention.
Similarly, excluding the social force of religious systems or facilely
dismissing them as inevitably baleful, is a strategy that will likely boomerang on the development project itself, with grave ramifications for conflict flares and radicalization.
In undertaking this comparative exercise I am fully aware of Professor Kahn-Freund's warnings about too facilely
advising the "transplant" of legal solutions from one legal system to another in the field of labor law.
issued that fall with the blessings of Walter White, (46) James Weldon Johnson sought to counter Du Bois's controversial stance by facilely
theorizing that Afro-Americans had but two choices in their quest for equality: integration or isolation.
In the case of Callieres, his recommendations concerning the essential elements of negotiations and qualities of negotiators have a decided ring of modernity but--and this is critical--these must not be extrapolated from their historic/political context and facilely
transferred to the present.
Enhancing ease of use, virtuosic layouts present complex manuscript inventories and tables, complemented by exquisitely rendered music examples in both modern and mensural notation and a richly varied bounty of illustrations, mostly facsimile reproductions, facilely
integrated into the narratives.
I end up resentful of Poyer's facilely
drawn figures and expertly executed perspective; his skill made me pay attention to something I would rather ignore.
Philosophical concerns, such as whether killing is a genuine solution to conflict and whether a particular war is in fact just, may be facilely
brushed aside by diagnosing the soldiers in whom these concerns arise as maladjusted and medicating them until they have been subdued to the point of no longer feeling the need to articulate their concerns because these concerns have melted away in a drug-induced haze.
Unfortunately, the rather dismal quality of the writing certainly cannot be overlooked quite as facilely
as the author overlooks the presence of labyrinths within the walls of several of Europe's great cathedrals.
Although northern Africans had sometimes been distinguished from central Africans, in this instance the mainstream press facilely
depicted Africans in Tripoli as savage and neatly viewed the region as part of Africa tenebrosa.