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Our future research will consider ways in which society can develop within these boundaries - safely, sanely and sustainably," says co-author Professor Jonathan Foley, Director of the Institute on the Environment at the University of Minnesota.
hope, courage, poetry, initiative, all that is human," the common man sanely admits both "a considerable amount of settled order and inevitable development" and "that the universe is manifold.
11-12, "nanoscience is going on in literally hundreds, perhaps thousands, of public and commercial labs in Canada alone--far too many for the public to sanely rely upon centralized government regulation.
If such a furious trope may stand, his special lunacy stormed his general sanity, and carried it, and turned all its concentred cannon upon its own mad mark; so that far from having lost his strength, Ahab, to that one end, did now possess a thousand fold more potency than ever he had sanely brought to bear upon any one reasonable object.
In "Though He Tarry" which examines the tensions between religion and science in the context of global environmental and moral crises, the poet sanely asks, "But whether you're churchy or not /what about the planet?
My goals are to plant some seeds that program managers, project managers, and individual contributors can use for ensuring multitasking is done purposefully and sanely, and to counter conventional thinking and laissez-faire behaviors that sustain undisciplined multitasking and often lead to a frenetic condition I call multitasking mania.
Drawing on her research watching kids and parents interact under conditions of competitive pressure, she and parenting journalist Seal explain the hardwired and societal sources of such pressure and how to sanely nurture a child's autonomy, competence, and connectedness.
If we do not accept its finitude calmly, and learn to work sanely and humanely with it instead of against it, it will bring us to ruin at last, as surely as empires must fall.
31) Despite the appalling massacre that motivates terrorists, these authors contend that the myriad of traumas only motivate reprisal, but somehow do not undermine a sense of reality and sanity, as though one could react to such murder and devastation sanely.
During that period, as HIV/AIDS emerged as a real threat to health, Sanely was involved in tile evolution of patient care standards commensurate with the exposure risks confronting nurses.
According to Das, Buddhist teaching "isn't just about nirvana and enlightenment; this is about living sanely and gracefully, living impeccably without regrets, without leaving behind and unfinished mess.