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Ne manque que cette certitude de l'enthousiasme, que demain soit mieux qu'aujourd'hui.
[beaucoup moins que] Je ne peux pas dire avec une certitude absolue que l'accord (pour geler la production petroliere) sera atteint, mais c'est bien possible [beaucoup plus grand que], a declare Poutine, soulignant que la Russie [beaucoup moins que] ferait tout ce que ses partenaires de l'Opep attendaient qu'elle fasse [beaucoup plus grand que].
The Minister of Defence of Ukraine thanked for assistance and support and expressed certitude that in the future the Ukraine-Portugal cooperation would be developed.
The Foreign Affairs Minister said that no certitude was given on this matters but all information converge towards the fact that Chourabi and Ktari are still alive.
My recent book Public Policy in an Uncertain World observes that analysts often suffer from incredible certitude. Exact predictions of policy outcomes are common, and expressions of uncertainty are rare.
Dans le premier parcours, nous essaierons de caracteriser la condition d'ouverture et, sommairement, l'etat d'elancement Vers qui caracterise l'esprit individuel au niveau de la certitude sensible; dans la deuxieme demarche nous examinerons l'etat d'elancement Vers comme Desir; et, finalement, nous nous ferons une reelaboration generale de nos deux figures en tant que conditions qui rendent possible la VIE de l'esprit.
Se montrant tout aussi inflexible qu'au debut de la revolte, le president Assad a affirme avoir la "certitude" de pouvoir gagner la guerre, des propos tenus devant des hommes politiques libanais et repris lundi par un quotidien pro-syrien a Beyrouth.
Among specific topics are Hindu teaching on conflict and peacemaking, conflict resolution and religious dimensions of armed conflicts, Muhammad Khatami's utopian quest for a better world, Christianity and South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and Jimmy Carter as a man of political destiny and theological certitude.
With mind-boggling certitude she concluded that "in reality, the elitism represented by the Olympics seems to come too much at the expense of grassroots sport, grassroots culture and basic social fairness" (The Journal, August 3).
In The Rhetoric of Certitude, Gary Tandy has produced a detailed study of the nonfiction prose rhetoric of C.
Noncognitivists think that normative judgments (primarily) express conative or "desire-like" attitudes rather than beliefs, so the challenge is to account for the fact that normative certitude varies in degrees.
(Other research suggests that libertarians are not easily disgusted.) The researchers hopefully conclude, "If political differences are traceable in part to the fact that people vary in the way they physically experience the world, certitude that any particular worldview is objectively correct may abate, lessening the hubris that fuels political conflict."