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I refer to the declaration by Pope John Paul II in his Apostolic Letter Ordinatio sacerdotalis ("On Reserving Priestly Ordination to Men Alone"), and to the judgments expressed by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger and then by Pope Benedict XVI concerning its definitiveness.
Accordingly, the task of deductive rules and their deductive consequences, undoubtedly, is to codify reasoning that is not arbitrarily determined and exhibits definitiveness and invariance.
Although EBP practices, especially experiments, generally provide more definitive answers than, say, focus groups or descriptive statistics, it does not follow that definitiveness is what policymakers find most useful.
Thus even in its definitiveness, the work will continue to demonstrate its value by pointing us to new directions of study concerning the interplay among the myriad Jewish subcommunities and the varieties of Jewish expression.
Losing the Marbles" affirms with punning, aphoristic definitiveness that "All stone once dressed asks to be worn," but also asserts that "the will- / To-structural-elaboration"--the determination to design, to organize, to interpret--ensures that where recovery may fail reinvention will inevitably flourish.
Despite the definitiveness of these studies, as well as other conclusive studies coming to the same finding, no colleges or professional publications or news media would cover the findings, or take them into account in the college admissions process.
Such awareness must not be allowed to lead to false attitudes of definitiveness of the knowledge of God's relational encounter with humanity in general.
Music, when combined with a pleasurable idea, is poetry; music without the idea is simply music; the idea without music is prose from its very definitiveness.
The only exception is Brain Peterson, author of Burning Fight, In his introduction he makes no grand proclamations of objectivity or definitiveness.
the fostering of critical thinking and alternative perspective taking, they must examine peer feedback with caution, since peer feedback by definition differs from professional or teacher feedback in terms of its quality, authority and definitiveness.
Thomas Howard insists on the historical definitiveness of the work, which he ranks among the greatest achievements of Christian art, including Dante's Divina Commedia: "Four Quartets stands as Eliot's valedictory to the modern world.
113) This review confirmed a lack of consistency, clarity, and definitiveness in these assessments, despite considerable efforts on the part of various jurists.