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The rock art of Gua Tambun contains a complex mix of rock paintings in different styles, of which the paintings of large, naturalistic animals are among the earliest in the sequence.
Buddha] is a consequence of a naturalistic metaphysics, Flanagan thinks that his account of [eudaimonia.
b) do naturalistic approaches show comparatively greater generalization?
The data collected for naturalistic assessment consists of behaviors and responses that have meaning independent of the assessment context.
Irrespective of whether you are living in an area with features that provide a naturalistic setting from which you can develop your own theme, or living in the depths of Manama, surrounded by harsh, concrete structures, it is of paramount importance that your plant selection is suitable for your garden soil.
For him the fact that this path is not taken shows that "the naturalistic paradigm" cannot be falsified.
Essays approach cat life from a naturalistic perspective and avoid sentimentality.
Moreover, traditional religions in general have tended historically to scorn homosexuality or, at best, tolerate it, while the naturalistic, reason-based worldview of Humanism sees homosexuality in its accurate perspective--as a natural orientation that should be accepted as part of the ordinary social order.
Inspired equally by scientific curiosity and artistic compulsion, his startling images are at once literal, naturalistic, and entirely imaginary.
Moreover, ID was decisively debunked as a scientific theory--it invokes supernatural causes; it has not generated one hypothesis that is empirically testable; it is not supported by one single peer-reviewed publication; it neglects plausible naturalistic explanations of phenomena, like blood-clotting; and its "positive argument" is a weak argument by analogy.
86) and allows the reader to make naturalistic (as opposed to propositional) generalizations.
The researcher used the methods of naturalistic inquiry, which included observations, interviews, focus group meetings, and examination of library documents.