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De Neys, 2010) Individuals' employment of the inherence heuristic is not impelled by the requirement to diminish negative affect as it is a cognitive cutoff that performs perfectly consistent out of public view, configuring our elucidatory insights about ascertained models.
The recording of the citizens' behavior on their way to the suburbs and during their return home is quite elucidatory, and evidences accurately the insolent urge for challenge of the ordinary man, in search of fun and drunkenness, shouting and making a fuss.
12) As Wittgenstein himself wrote in the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus: "My propositions are elucidatory in this way: he who understands me finally recognizes them as senseless, when he has climbed out through them, on them, over them.
In cases of abuse, victims, families or caretakers frequently do not give an elucidatory history in contrast to other health problems.
The volume also includes an extensive introduction, incorporating a timeline of 'attempt[s] to collect the writing of John Ford' (1) since the mid-seventeenth century (attesting to the popularity of the writer, and indeed the persistent difficulty of such a task) (ix-xvii); an overview of Ford's poetry-writing career by Brian Vickers (1-11); and lastly an extensive, eloquent, and elucidatory biographical survey entitled 'John Ford: The Early Years (1586-1620)' (12-38).
Perry Anderson (1998: 3) in his elucidatory work explains that the term arose in the Hispanic inter-world of the 1930s.
He answered this earlier when he wrote: "My propositions are elucidatory in this way: he who understands me finally recognizes them as senseless, when he has climbed out through them, on them, over them" (1961, [section] 6.
3) The poet's elucidatory remarks concerning Dulce nadie, which were first published in abbreviated format in the book itself, were expanded shortly thereafter in Poetica y poesia (57).
Nevertheless, via skillful use of ephemeral sources, Qureshi demonstrates that audiences' experience of ethnic and "racial" difference was managed and mediated through repeated performances, stage management, elucidatory in-performance lectures, costumes, and material artifacts--all of which referenced one another.
Rather than take up the new logician's interest in completely analyzing expressions (which would include settling the way a referent is referred to in an expression), Wittgenstein insists in the Tractatus that the expressions we use, even those that seem to be propositions or that contain assertions, are in fact designed to be elucidatory without saying anything about the nature of the subjects that figure in them.
The English translation and the elucidatory footnotes provide an instrument for the Englishspeaking academic world.
For a brief but elucidatory comparison of Marpeck's Anabaptist method of moral discernment with that of Ignatius of Loyola and Jonathan Edwards, see Nancey Murphy, Theology in the Age of Scientific Reasoning (Ithaca, N.