Yet current usage of the term includes not only the persistence of tradition (identity) as a product of collective resistance to cultural loss but also qualified acceptance
by the host society.
Peace reform, Ziegler shows, underwent a "theological shift from an unconditional ethic of love to a qualified acceptance
of an ethic of coercion" (10) in the years preceding the Civil War.
A truly rational commitment to truth, which entails a qualified acceptance
of the truth of mathematical-logical systems, is displaced by "a non-rational, pragmatic acquiescence in the fact of talk" (97).
Libya has given qualified acceptance
to the proposals, but negotiations are still continuing on several points.
If the acceptance is merely a qualified acceptance
or if a modification or change in the offer is made and requested, it constitutes a rejection of the offer and a counteroffer.
Wright's tone of qualified acceptance
of Cross's violence (if only on a symbolic level) and ultimate violation of others' rights seriously compromises the force of his argument.