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18 (1974) (noting the concept of grounds and degrees of belief, and the concept of finding topoi or loci as the sources or "locations" of provable, warrantable assumptions).
He limits himself to a non-objective, secular exploration, which seeks a warrantable defense of dignity, addressing the issues that grip any such defender: what dignity is, the conditions of its possession, the relationship between humans and nature, and the consequences, both moral and immoral consequences, of treating dignity seriously.
It should be highly warrantable to hyphenate the two terms.
An audit of the first author's thematic analysis was conducted by the second author, to ensure that the themes identified were warrantable (Streubert, 1994).
It suggests that to be credible a paradigm needs to depend on warrantable assumptions or to rely on metaphors that are illuminating rather than misleading.
S]hould an unwarrantable measure of the federal government be unpopular in particular States, which would seldom fail to be the case, or even a warrantable measure be so, which may sometimes be the case, the means of opposition to it are powerful and at hand.
His topics are case selection, data collection, observation, asking questions, analyzing artefacts, data integration, warrantable research, ethical issues, and holistic integrationism.
However, simultaneously, the endorsement functions to exclude any such alternatives from the ongoing colloquy via the speaker/writer's adjudgement of the proposition as maximally warrantable.
He called it an un warrantable failure, with high negligence and set a penalty of $2,OOO.