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(14) And likewise, the unavoidability of the subjective self in all experience generates and continuously reinforces the system 1 belief that the subjective self will always be there.
It further advances uniformity in the law by adopting the unavoidability of the event--a common case law requirement in the said jurisdictions--as a determining factor establishing its presence.
It is worthwhile to note that in using the term "unavoidability," Section 17 suggests that perhaps only an absolute inability to ascertain the illegality of one's behavior renders such behavior an unavoidable mistake of law.
While 2666 shows the unavoidability of the reification of the body; it also provides a way of destabilizing it.
While both Burch and Hansen attempt to problematize and rewrite preexisting class histories of early film, they do not challenge the centrality and unavoidability of an emergent bourgeois cinematic apparatus.
But the most important is unavoidability for the official to be answerable in case instances of abuse are determined, explained First Deputy Minister Oleh Parakuda and added in the largest number of cases corrupt acts can be revealed in the process of elaborating documents, but not in the process of realization of the documents it will give chance to economize time, efforts and governmental funds.
Yet, the depiction of the unavoidability of these human atrocities is implicitly a desire for a better world.
Both his detractors and admirers agreed that it was the crystallization of Lu Xun's cultural philosophy, of the predicament of modern man, of the Chinese, of the limitations of language, of the futility and unavoidability of struggle.
We are given summaries of (for example) Fritz Mauthner's views about the inability of language to capture reality, Hans Vaihinger and Wallace Stevens on the unavoidability of believing in fictions, the neo-pagan religiosity of Carl Jung and Ernst Haeckel, and the dystopian fiction of J.G.
Time featured in its first issue a group of past, present, and future literary celebrities, with a trio of introductory thematic poems that articulate ways youth foolishly ignores the finality and unavoidability of death and confirms art as the ultimate victory over Time through its supposed immortality.
Motifs of Eden and the apple preach themes of fate, desire, and the unavoidability of sin.
'I believe in progress possibilities--underlined the American philosopher--but not in its unavoidability' (Wallerstein, 2013).