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However, "If what de Man says is ironic, his assertion would mean that the word 'god' fallaciously hypothesizes or performatively creates the illusion of an independently existing transcendent deity
Lacking knowledge of Frank and Jane's secret engagement, the reader cannot make sense of Jane's blushes, tears, and looks of embarrassment at best, and at worst, fallaciously attributes them to an improper liaison with Mr.
Therefore, while applicants may receive the same score on their PSEs, fallaciously suggesting high inter-rater reliability, scores may represent applicants with very different approaches to inclusivity.
AQIP feared that if every Reaffirmation review were immediately preceded by a review of a Systems Portfolio, Reaffirmation would post hoc ergo prompter hoc fallaciously pass its summative coloration to the otherwise formative Systems Portfolio review.
They are fallaciously supposing that there is a nexus which unites decisions to abstain from present consumption with decisions to provide for future consumption.
Thus Homer, for Aristotle, is the master of the art of telling lies, and paralogism is the device by which the lie is passed, the reader being fallaciously induced to infer that if 'p' implies the presence of 'q', the presence of 'q' implies the presence of 'p'.
In elegant yet candid fashion, Nassim Taleb addresses the inclination to fallaciously predict by conceptualizing the "black swan" phenomenon, which involves highly improbable events, thus almost impossible to anticipate, that inflict disproportionate influence.
The problem of multiple comparisons is so pervasive and powerful that it is capable of fallaciously creating the appearance of brain activity in a long-dead fish.
They are fallaciously supposing that there is a nexus which unites decisions to abstain from present consumption with decisions to provide for consumption; whereas the motives which determine the latter are not linked in any simple way with the motives that determine the former.
Fallaciously enlivened by the illusion of imported material comfort, they remain as amnesic as ever
Thousands of seriously ill people have been fallaciously deemed 'fit for work'.
Reducing consent to commitment, ignoring the significance of consummation, and disregarding God's role in the genesis of covenantal union, HC logically but fallaciously argue for the dissolubility even of ratum et consummatum marriages.