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There seems room for the FOMC to improve the quality of its decision making, by behaving and voting more individualistically.
the right to have arms) is undermined by a social philosophy of niggardly, tight-fisted individualism implying the right to individualistically shoot down fellow students or foreigners called terrorists who resist.
Each child must be viewed and treated individualistically by teachers, administrators, and support staff.
They include men present at the nineteenth-century modernization efforts of both countries; those who played key roles in the rejection of liberalism and the adoption of corporatism in the 1920s-1930s; Mussolini who is seen as individualistically authoritarian in Italy while Japanese authoritarianism was state-driven; and those who played key roles in shaping the post-World War II and post-Cold War trajectories of both countries.
The intention is to enable students to work together in order to overcome challenges and/or obstacles which are linked to individual working only, such as posing an individualistically constricted view of the matter, having time-constraints etc.
contends that it should not be understood privately or individualistically.
Healthy People 2000 reflected a limited approach to health promotion, being both disease-oriented and individualistically oriented, conveying that the road to health promotion was primarily through reform of individual health habits.
Like many theorists, Pogge construes human rights as, in a certain sense, individualistically justified.
Hofstede (1991) classifies the United States as one of the most individualistically oriented countries in the world.
Social epistemology revolves around the question of whether knowledge is to be understood individualistically or socially.
He is a quality player, but he has been playing a little bit individualistically.
Other conductors (Colin Davis, especially) capture the spirit of Berlioz's large-scale set of orchestral poems, but none capture the essence quite so thrillingly, so longingly, so individualistically, so magically as Beecham.