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elimination of the major osseous impingement of the head-neck fragment against the proximal femur fragment and 2.
The specimens with the telescoping design showed various amounts of movement of the head-neck fragment toward the nail, and usually this motion was limited by impingement of the head-neck fragment against the nail (Fig.
Kant's problem, which Sellars addresses by treating impingements of sense as disconnected from our concepts and so objective and not merely subjective, is to make the requirement of our knowledge correspond to requirements of the objects.
Davidson says "no," regarding the impingements on the subject of experience as causes but not reasons for perceptual beliefs.
Winnicott believed that individuals could recover from environmental impingements in an atmosphere where an attempt was made to adapt to the individual's needs.