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Kong, "Spherical symmetric solutions for the motion of relativistic membranes in the Schwarzschild spacetime," Journal of Mathematical Physics, vol.
where E is the relativistic energy of the system, [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is the three-dimensional momentum operator, [alpha] and [beta] are the 4 X 4 matrices which have the following forms (GRINER, 2000), respectively
Relativistic thinking is considered to be a postformal stage, but it is not the most advanced.
In this direction, we point out that the relativistic non-autonomous Lagrangian geometry [9] has as natural habit the 1-jet space [J.sup.1](R,M), where R is the manifold of real numbers having the coordinate t.
The original SPBI was a 27-item, forced-choice inventory, wherein subjects chose one of three statements (formal, relativistic, or dialectical) with which they most agreed.
Educators would do well to recognize this relativistic turn and introduce strategies for enhancing not only the way students interact with information online but also the way students and faculty interact with the mechanisms of online learning.
Herbert's depiction of the cultural politics of relativistic thought provides useful insights into the convoluted cultural history of late nineteenth-century science.
There are also students who are absolutists believing that this "Enlightenment realism" is destructively relativistic. When subject matter seems to question these absolutes, these students may suspend their participation or poise for attack.
The M-GUDS-S yields scores for its three subscales known as (a) Diversity of Contact (5 items, possible range of scores = 5 to 30), (b) Relativistic Appreciation (5 items, possible range of scores = 5 to 30), and (c) Comfort with Differences (5 items, possible range of scores = 5 to 30).
The relativistic, or even nihilistic belief that one is so imprisoned is intelligible only against the questionable Enlightenment epistemological assumption that without incorrigible foundations we are cognitively adrift.
Kaske's Spenser and Biblical Poetics resembles Brown's study in that it examines oppositions within Spenserian texts and reaches a relativistic understanding of the poet's method, but she concentrates mainly on The Faerie Queene and meticulously grounds this relativism in historically situated practices of biblical interpretation.
Critics of postmodernism - including hard-core conservatives such as Gertrude Himmelfarb and diehard leftists such as Frederick Jameson - argue that such sentiments, whether shot through with optimism or pessimism, necessarily result in relativistic nihilism or theoretical autism.

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