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The exclusivity of the government's partisan purposes, not the extremeness of partisan bias in election outcomes, would be the critical consideration.
Morality (or, Virtue) * Broad-range product improvement * Constructive stakeholder management Intellectual (or, Wisdom) * 'Holding the opportunity' * Extreme customer-orientation--'Just for fans; crush of fans' * Internet philosophy: focus, extremeness, reputation, and speed * Global vision Physical Ability (or, * Invention vs.
Finally, with respect to judgmental heuristic cues, the five judgmental heuristic cues (default bias, the use of a diversification heuristic, extremeness aversion, a home bias and the use of a 1/n heuristics) identified by Hedesstrom, Svedsater, and Garling (2004) were used as coding variables in this study.
But when life is understood in its irreducible complexity, as a multidimensional phenomenon which is, so to speak, always beyond itself; when it is considered in its depth, stratification, and discontinuity, in the richness of its phenomena, in the diversity of its manifestations, in the extremeness of its transformations, the scenario changes.
even in the extremeness of the folly which I should read.
Recording a 1937 conversation with Pacelli, he wrote (as rendered by World Over Live host Raymond Arroyo during a January 10, 2010 interview with Krupp), "His [Pius'] views, while they are well known, surprised me by their extremeness.
Eldar Shafir, Itamar Simonson & Amos Tversky, Reason-Based Choice, in CHOICES, VALUES, AND FRAMES, supra note 8, at 597, 603 (explaining that an individual faced with a choice of two similar options will commonly look for attributes that make it possible to compare the options); Itamar Simonson & Amos Tversky, Choice in Context: Tradeoff Contrast and Extremeness Aversion, 29 J.
One which is easy to illustrate is extremeness aversion--the disposition not to choose extremes when a number of choices are available.
Mark Beeson and Richard Higgott argue that it may be the extremeness of Bush administration approaches that may be responsible for Southeast Asia's diminished "trust in the USA to use its power responsibly".
No, they're not, but they're understandable given the extremeness of the situation.
First, it can reduce the potential for extremeness sanctions against early adopters and advocates of anti-idling behavior, by creating an impression that actions that might otherwise be disapproved as excessively penny-pinching or environmentally extremist are common and commonsensical.