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A central objection to contextualist explanations of "know" is that "know" does not appear to behave like other, uncontroversially context-sensitive terms.
In spite of this, it is uncontroversially true that this book presents a rigorous, original, and well-thought out argument against semi-compatibilism; pro tanto reasons of the kind it is generally accepted are necessary for moral responsibility require alternate possibilities--free will--either strong alternatives of the kind incompatible with determinism, or weak alternatives of the kind compatibilists sometimes advocate.
He noted that, apparently uncontroversially, English is the working language of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) and questioned whether this would remain the case, or should, into the future.
In the section on occasional English performance, James Stokes looks at the reed evidence from Suffolk to argue that women were deeply and uncontroversially involved in all aspects of local performance throughout most of the sixteenth century.
It appears thus to have been more of a genocide than others--even if this more can be difficult to define uncontroversially, or in a way that achieves full consensus among rational people of goodwill (never mind antisemites).
This article argues, though, that by the time Quine gets to his discussion in Word and Object (1960) of the uncontroversially existent Socrates, he has dramatically shifted his analysis of names in a way that merits more emphasis than it has received.
Bush, "Uncontroversially, his crimes vastly exceed bin Laden's, and he is not a 'suspect' but uncontroversially the 'decider' who gave the orders to commit the 'supreme international crime differing only from other war crimes in that it contains within itself the accumulated evil of the whole' (quoting the Nuremberg Tribunal) for which Nazi criminals were hanged.
Uncontroversially, I think, inanimate objects such as pens, laptops, wheelbarrows, apples, houses are the kind of thing that can be owned.
Fairly uncontroversially, the team with the most time got to go through to the final, while the losers were given a carriage clock (and in later series also his and hers watches).
This doesn't help in the least in elucidating what it means for a leaf to be "infinitely thin"--planes have zero thickness and are rather uncontroversially infinitely thin already.
citizens were held uncontroversially in the United States as POWs during World War II after being captured fighting for Germany and Italy.