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For this reason, Alvarez's contribution to this debate should not be missed.
But if pain is for this reason an evaluative property, we have to interpret the Conceptual Link as not only a necessary, but also as a sufficient condition for determining evaluative properties: Not only is it necessary that understanding a concept which refers to an evaluative property requires understanding reasons, but if understanding a concept requires understanding reasons, the property it refers to is an evaluative one.
For this reason, one should never use a chlorhexidine preparation during ear surgery if, for example, there is a hole in the tympanic membrane.
For this reason, the Service did not meet its burden of proving that the requesting spouse had actual knowledge of the nonrequesting spouse's lack of a profit motive, and, therefore, the court granted relief.
Perhaps reflective endorsement is necessary for acting for this reason.
In the past, the report says (without providing evidence), fears that any human intervention tended to destroy the gifts of nature held back human progress; many interventions in medicine were prohibited for this reason, "and only little by little, with the progress of medicine and science, have the possibilities of intervention for the good of the person and sometimes even for the good of the community been acknowledged.