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Arguing that philosophical materialism limits knowledge only to that which can be empirically measured or mathematically demonstrated, the pope said that that left a lot of the interesting questions unasked, let alone unanswered.
It's possible that members of the Bush administration sought Ford's counsel, or that he provided it in private unasked - the White House may have been well aware of the former president's opinions.
Even such an important survey of the subject as Franz Dunzl's Pneuma (2000)--surely the most complete study of its kind now available--structures its material in broad categories rather than chronologically, leaving a host of developmental questions unasked and unanswered.
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The crucial question remains unasked by Cavanaugh: How many recruits come from households making $200,000 or more?
Topics covered included unfunded mandates, preemptions, federal tax changes that resulted in unasked for reductions in state revenues and unwarranted extensions in the use of federal loan programs or tax exemptions.
Du Bois wrote, "Between me and the other world there is ever an unasked question: .
Coverage includes the history of standardized testing, the special case of high-stakes testing, the literature on benefits, misconceptions, typically unasked questions, "teaching to the test," and issues of ethnicity, disability and school accountability.
P erhaps the most pertinent question arising out of the race went unasked, because it would have been inappropriate given the unfortunate circumstances of Gypsy King's demise.
In Reich Of The Black Sun: Nazi Secret Weapons & The Cold War Allied Legend, author and iconoclast Joseph Farrell provides intriguing answers to a series of hitherto unasked questions: Why were the Allies worried about an atom bomb attack by the Germans in 1944?
But this leaves some vital questions unasked and unanswered.