In addition, a putatively
public good is indivisible because if it is made available to one person, it must unavoidably be made available to everyone.
The possibility of secure translation is, after all, an implicit theoretical basis for the Letter to Anebo; Porphyry can pose Greek philosophical questions in Greek to his putatively
Egyptian addressee about Egyptian theology and, in turn, expect an intelligible response in Greek, because foreign, Egyptian signifiers must be unproblematically translatable.
This chapter proves to be the book's most interesting section, providing an analysis of how physical space, theatrical performance, and ritual commemoration work together to undermine the sense of reform that putatively
characterizes revenge drama.
endangered incumbents John Murtha and Chris Carney cruised to reelection with margins well over 50 percent.
Social conservatives and so-called paleoconservatives, putatively
united by the principles of upholding and valorizing traditional religion, family, and nation, as well as a real work-ethic and strict law and order, do indeed have much in common.
Thus, for instance, where some scholars have stressed the putatively
organic harmony between patron and artist (Marc Fumaroli), others have seen self-interest and competition (Sharon Kettering), And while Alain Viala's influential account takes patronage to be a fundamental obstacle to the creation of a literary field, Christian Jouhaud contends that it actually enhanced the autonomy of writers.
Adenophorus was primarily circumscribed as a distinct genus based on the presence of putatively
unique glandular, receptacular paraphyses (Bishop, 1974).
In other words, to proceed from an analysis of the specific operations of the brain to their putatively
psychological correlates is just not conceptually acceptable, according to Bennett and Hacker.
As we do the work of bridge building and improving our host citizens' lives, if the people providing our transportation and security are antagonizing, angering and even killing the people we are putatively
trying to help, our entire mission is undermined.
To ascertain whether the actors are putatively
justified, it is necessary to examine whether each actor would believe that his force was necessary or justified if he had complete knowledge of the situation.
The third is to juxtapose the work of specialists in other fields on topics and subjects putatively
treated by neoclassicism: Leon Lindberg on political science, Samuel Preston on demography, Alan Lewis on psychology, Alberto Martinelli and Neil Smelser on sociology, Britt-Mari Blegvad and Finn Collin on law, and Ulf Himmelstrand on a lexicographic preference approach.
1992; Powers and Gold, 1992; Li and Gold, 1992; Jenkin and Gold, unpublished data), including 62 species currently placed in the putatively
monophyletic assemblage referred to as the "notropins" by Coburn and Cavender (1992).