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In this case, the enforced separateness of a Christian Fashion Week is depriving the secular fashion world of something it desperately needs: people who care about basic human justice.
We may call this 'strong separateness', to be contrasted below with 'weak separateness', according to which (i) alone is sufficient for separateness (though not for priority in ousia).
If he had to pinpoint one document that relates specifically to exams and corporate separateness, Lauer said it would be an attorney opinion letter stating that the CUSO is a separate entity.
Separateness index: In this index, we tried to measure both Nussbaum's virtues of separateness criteria, which are being able to live one's own life and nobody else's and being able to live in one's very own surroundings, and Allardt's being criterion, a, which is the extent to which a person can participate in decisions and activities influencing his/her life.
Of course much of the argument for separateness stems from our appalling record historically.
Let me begin by pointing out that it seems to be the human way to compartmentalize things and make separateness seem "necessary.
Ma, according to Hong Kong media, may be using Wang's appointment to counter opposition criticism because China considers Wang persona non grata and his field of study tends to highlight the separateness of Taiwan from China.
It was to do with their inability to cope with the reality of their aloneness and sense of separateness from others.
In his study, Milke further contends that "an over-reliance on immediate culture (one's own) and separateness now regrettably hampers success for many of Canada's Aboriginals; it is a separateness that is encouraged by some Aboriginal leaders .
Although the subject matter of the book is horrific, what Picoult does very well in it is to describe the way a 13-year-old boy, who has been bullied mercilessly by almost everyone at the school from day one, finally snaps in response to his feelings of isolation, rejection and separateness.
The 6,000-year record of political groupings into communities, city-states, and nations should indicate that ethnic and racial separateness is a natural process, and to artificially tamper with this tendency is to attempt to render human nature irrelevant.
The separateness of these systems facilitates a kind of cognitive overshooting and explains why we erroneously tend to distinguish the world of objects from the world of minds.

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