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According to Lemann (2011: 76): 'Edward Glaeser considers Richard Florida's celebration of cities sentimental and unrigorous compared with his own celebration of cities'.
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Amid frequent warnings of the risks and temptations to which unrigorous thinking exposes us, Althusser writes a pathosladen and violent tale of adventure and suspense, where two kinds of philosophy are pitted against each other: the villain is ideology, bourgeois and Marxist alike (e.
Although some unrigorous thinkers asserted that the proposal had died, and could not be ratified, the correct answer is that the amendment proposal remained legally operative as a proposal, eligible for ratification, because it had never been repealed by the authority with the power to enact it.
Such unrigorous standards allow inefficient firms to remain in the game.
Yet another use of the term EBP refers to "business as usual," for example, redubbing incomplete, unrigorous, narrative reviews of research as evidence based.
Her method is unrigorous in the extreme: she mainly depends on a collection of diarists, facetious thumbnail sketches of whom start off the book.
The rather supercilious references to him, as an unrigorous pioneer in stochastic processes and stimulator of work in that area by more rigorous mathematicians such as Kolmogorov, hardly does Bachelier justice.
Schiavo's wishes, they did so in an unrigorous and unreliable manner, ignoring crucial procedural safeguards prescribed by the Florida guardianship laws.
The path was entropic, in Smithson's unrigorous but persistent use of the word, associated with the second law of thermodynamics: "Energy," he wrote in "Entropy and the New Monuments" (1966), describing the work of Judd, Morris, Le Witt, and Flavin, "is more easily lost than obtained, and.
The casualness of this context seems to invite some rather lesiurely and unrigorous discussion.
While Baak contends that oral history could contribute much to theoretical debates over the meaning of "free" and "unfree," Brass dism isses such methods as unrigorous distractions from serious analysis.