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The main conditions imposed on theorizing by modernist mathematicians are those of the formal axiomatic method--concepts must be logically consistent and results rigorously derived, but otherwise mathematical creation is completely free.
This peculiar effort to reach out to Iranians, which any rational Iranian who actually heard or read the words could be expected to view as condescending and insulting, is logically consistent with the line in Obama's inaugural address in which he offered an outstretched hand to unspecified Muslims (subsequently identified as Iranians) if they would unclench their fist.
In the 1970s, Edward Klekowski (1979) brought a renewed focus to fern genetics by developing logically consistent and compelling correlations and hypotheses about the evolutionary biology of homosporous vascular plants.
This peculiar effort to "reach out" to Iranians, which any rational Iranian who actually heard or read the words could be expected to view as condescending and insulting, is logically consistent with the line in President Obama's inaugural address in which he offered an outstretched hand to unspecified Muslims (subsequently identified as Iranians) if they would "unclench their fist".
Using references from psychology as well as many other disciplines, the author makes a convincing case that human preferences simply are not logically consistent.
The answer is simple: International order does not adhere to a logically consistent code.
Overall, the committee found that EPA's draft assessment was not prepared in a logically consistent fashion, lacks clear links to an underlying conceptual framework, and does not sufficiently document methods and criteria used to identify evidence for selecting and evaluating studies.
To take a basic example, the definition of narrative, we find Gerald Prince revising his earlier formulations to read, "a logically consistent representation of at least two asynchronous events that do not presuppose or imply each other" (19).
Priest claims that the identity relation behaves classically in all logically consistent situations, but where the members of the series have vague properties, identity fails to be transitive.
So the decision to bail out before a predicted market crash seems to be logically consistent.
Second, Hegel's proposed alternative is as logically consistent as Deleuze's.
Unfortunately, the middle way between two logically consistent solutions may itself not be a logically consistent one.