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Wolf discusses the paradoxes and puzzles within China's political economy and in its interactions with the United States.
In short, then, this conflict between wanting to take the bureaucracy under control and the negative perceptions in the public of what the outcomes from this could be also present one of the biggest paradoxes facing Erdoy-an where June 7 is concerned.
March 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --John Northern, a scientist and philosopher, has solved paradoxes, which no one thought would ever be solved.
However, these and similar paradoxes have stirred human imagination for eons and have not yet been satisfactorily resolved, even by brilliant mathematicians and logicians.
Paradoxes of 'wrong intuition' range from Newcomb to naive set theory, to Hempel's paradox and Fitch's paradox.
Like his paradoxes, Lando challenged the orthodoxies of church and court: "Lando's unwillingness to identify with any of the social groups of his world and his refusal to speak comme il faut to a courtly elite are a consequence of his radical religious creed: he speaks to those who wished to be saved" (24).
Organization: The diversity of skills, the competing interests of government, employees, and patients, and the complexity of functions that are required to produce and deliver a product and/or service creates commonly experienced organizational paradoxes.
The BT paradoxes occur only within an abstract system of mathematics which deals with what are called "transfinite sets"--sets first recognized by the great German mathematician Georg Cantor.
Indeed, trapped as the times are in a technocentric rationalism, and using the very tools of the times to make images which suggest what cannot be seen, the films of Peter Mettler reveal how these insoluble, inexhaustible paradoxes can become, in gifted hands, the wonder of cinema itself'.
He demands that we live with the greatest of life-giving paradoxes.
There can be generated many paradoxes or quasi-paradoxes that may occur from the combination of quantum and non-quantum worlds in physics.
Rand's philosophy admitted no contradictions or paradoxes in reality; but reality is full of apparently irreconcilable truths.