subject of inquiry

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Hence it is a subject of inquiry which can on no account be neglected.
The third division (3) consists of the fifth, sixth, and seventh books, in which philosophy rather than justice is the subject of inquiry, and the second State is constructed on principles of communism and ruled by philosophers, and the contemplation of the idea of good takes the place of the social and political virtues.
Meantime, the purpose of the Governor, in disturbing the peace of the town at a period when the slightest commotion might throw the country into a ferment, was almost the universal subject of inquiry, and variously explained.
To remedy this, McStay reintroduces qualia, feeling, emotion, neuroscience, and the "value of sensation and poetic appreciation as a subject of inquiry, over abstraction and intellectualization" (pp.
In a 4-3 decision, the court majority held that lawyers have a qualified privilege if the alleged defamatory comments "bear some relation to or connection with the subject of inquiry in the underlying lawsuit.
This allowed the Committee to review some details which have been subject of inquiry in the past years, such as the details of the ongoing and new development budget, their amended allocations wilayat wise and governorates wise, the details of the oil revenues for each oil producing company operating in the Sultanate, the details of gas sales, summary of the government investments and their returns for 2011, the job opportunities expected to be availed by the public sector units in 2013, the expected growth rates and inflation rates and the socioeconomic aims of the draft budget.
Jankowicz explains the shift from a land perspective to a sea perspective by looking in history, "the sea is a very interesting subject of inquiry because when most of us think of the sea, we think of a few sea battles because the sea is not the place of much of our recorded history.
The subject of inquiry is at once much too simple and much too complex, very specific and yet so broad and abstract as to seem nearly impossible to tackle.
THE FATE of a huge mural of a Roman feast is the subject of inquiry for Francis Castle of Brighouse.
Similarly, when a subject of inquiry is substantially overlapped by the multiple fields of practice, a physician in one of the fields may sometimes be qualified to opine as to the standard of care for that procedure.
Pyongyang's dealings with Syria are a legitimate and necessary subject of inquiry when the six-party talks resume -- and they ought to be part of North Korea's promised disclosure.