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Second, the model guides the factfinder to consider evidence of culpability, using reasonable, nonsubjective inferences to determine culpability from a more concrete, familiar perspective than an "average [comparable] corporation" (239) by instead looking to the body of individuals representing senior management.
So our subjectivities are nonsubjective (nonhuman becoming) arrangements of intensities.
This looking without desire defines the attitude of pure attention that she ascribes to the radical, or nonsubjective, ego.
8) Input-based approaches rest on easily obtainable nonsubjective data, but in the absence of an obvious threshold above which an industry is deemed high tech, the resulting lists must be considered arbitrary.
48) Instead, love is an experience that is entirely nonsubjective and nonidentitarian, insofar as, according to the romantic canon, "I am not the one who loves, it's love that seizes me.
There is as yet no reliable, independent, quantifiable, and nonsubjective test for DR.
The PRIDIT method is, however, nonsubjective and does not focus on specific variables, but rather gives higher weight to variables that seem to distinguish the high group (nonfraud) from the low group (fraud), yielding an ultimate claim file score.
Power relations are both intentional and nonsubjective .
Determining the significance of the gravel resource is a mathematical, nonsubjective process.
In Search of Nonsubjective Ground for Practical Reason.
Quantitative forecasting tools--Forecasting tools that use quantitative, nonsubjective information or data to make projections.