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One of the clearest manifestations of the principle of univocal being in the Ethics, I would like to suggest, is the relation of inherence ("being in"), which, as Don Garrett remarks, "is perhaps the most fundamental relation in Spinoza's metaphysics." (79) When Spinoza ascribes existence to "singular things," that is, to things whose essence does not involve existence, he takes care to clarify that what he has in mind is "the very nature of existence," which is "the very existence [existentia] of singular things [rerum singularium] insofar as they are in God." (80) "Existence" is thus ascribed to singular things for the same reason that it is ascribed to substance.
we propose that people often make sense of [environmental] regularities via a simple rule of thumb-the inherence heuristic.
Yet, by the fact of this inherence it implies simultaneously the truth.
Yet, the rich examples of reappropriation we have found in our East Anglian research suggest that inherence and inclusion in local environments matter to children.
(Cf., however, Vorarbeiten [19: 351]; and Theory and Practice [8: 295], where Kant equates Selbstandigkeit with being sui iuris.) To my knowledge, none of the standard interpretations take note of the distinction between these two terms; indeed, most if not all treat them as equivalent--as reflected in the standard translation of both as "independence." I have here chosen to translate Selbstandigkeit, more literally, as "self-subsistence," and Kant, indeed, here explicitly links the term with "substance" as distinguished from "inherence" (as the manner of existence of merely passive citizens).[6: 314] In Theory and Practice, Kant presents sibisufficientia as the Latin equivalent of Selbstandigkeit.
Corrective actions stem from the inherence of risk information and are automatically linked to the original assessment for clarification.
This is a more "secure authentication concept" that goes beyond traditional authentication and involves at least two of three elements - knowledge (such as security questions), possession (such as a mobile device) and inherence (such as biometric data).
In order to overcome those problems the implementation of a proposed scheme including Dynamic access control, OneTime Password (OTP) and Radio-Frequency IDentification (RFID) which are completely based on three main factors namely the knowledge factor ("something only the user knows"),the Possession factor ("something only the user has") and the inherence factor ("something only the user is").
"The Fog of Law: Self-Defense, Inherence, and Incoherence in Article 51 of the UN Charter", Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, Cilt 25, Sayi 2, 2002, s.539-558.
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* inherence factors, also called biometric elements, such as retina scans, iris scans, fingerprints, vein patterns, facial recognition, voice recognition, and even hand and earlobe geometry;
(2014) 'Inherence taxes in Australia: a matter of indifference, not taboo', Australian Journal of Social Issues, 49 (1), 23-43.