absoluteness


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Likewise, the People in populism are assigned absoluteness, this being an inviting void which transcends normative language.
The Turing test itself fails the reasonableness principle, and its implementations to date in various competitions have failed the absoluteness, occasionality, flexibility, and transparency principles, a clean sweep of inappropriateness for an AI inducement prize contest.
We have presented all of this information with an absoluteness akin to Cecilia's own, but the Oxford Dictionary of Saints argues that the story "is unsupported by any near-contemporary evidence.
But the case of a 22-year-old El Salvadorian woman, identified in the media only as Beatriz, makes the absoluteness of that view very difficult to defend.
His paper "Phenomenological Challenges of Transmodernity: From Absoluteness to Metamorphosis" was about current events in the world triggering significant phenomenological challenges.
If one fully realizes the particularity of one's religion, one has already gone beyond this religion--one can no longer remain within that religious totality with an uncritical sense of absoluteness.
Dignity has an absoluteness that makes it an ill-fitting partner for the instrumentality of utilitarian calculation.
US BACK OUR SUN, Kentridge spoke of rebellions against colonization as a resistance to the European clock, whose absoluteness was itself undermined by Einstein's discovery of time's relativity.
This seems simple enough, except that the text renders this description problematic by describing two seemingly contradictory voices: one describes sin as an unprecedented, inexplicable qualitative leap; the other describes how the fragility and anxiety of the self 'provide a context out of which sin arises, seemingly assuaging the absoluteness of its eruption' (66).
Today, that power-grab has reached a degree of arbitrariness and absoluteness incompatible with democratic norms.
Hick and Knitter point to the example of Christianity, where uniqueness "has come to signify the unique definitiveness, absoluteness, normativeness, superiority of Christianity in comparison with other religions of the world.
Its adherents not only uphold the absence of God, but claim an infallibility and absoluteness unseen in the past.