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Wolin's account of Calvin repeats this theme because he thinks Calvin, in contrast to Machiavelli and Hobbes, understood that the power of a community if it is not repressive requires active membership (171).
The episode opens with the introduction of two unknown characters who, by context, are understood to be followers of Jesus.
We also need to make sure that the results are clearly communicated and understood by the team so that the best business decisions can be made.
Rather, their article suggests that reductionism, properly understood, poses little danger.
Shifts in the religious landscape were accompanied by shifts in how people understood their bodies.
The police will have to show that they demonstrated patience and restraint, that they carefully assessed and understood the subject's behavior and motivation, and that they felt compelled to use force only to save lives and not simply because they had the ability.
Quantitative research as understood and described by quantitative researchers is very different from the same phenomenon as understood and described by proponents of qualitative research.
One will understand the speakers of that language, whereas before one learned the language one would not have understood or have been able to participate in conversation.
From this point of view nothing is ever completely misunderstood, nor is it ever fully understood.
Two-thirds of both older and younger children understood false belief, the researchers report.
But what use are students to make of the history or mathematics they have learned unless they have understood it?
A shift into the other person's paradigm gives a whole new view of the issues and allows internal motivation to occur through being understood and through learning.