dennet

dennet

(ˈdɛnɪt)
n
a one-horse, two-wheeled light carriage, fashionable in the 19th century
References in classic literature ?
Have you not heard, Father Dennet,'' quoth one boor to another advanced in years, ``that the devil has carried away bodily the great Saxon Thane, Athelstane of Coningsburgh?
An please your reverence,'' said Dennet, ``a drunken priest came to visit the Sacristan at Saint Edmund's ''
Well, then,'' answered Father Dennet, ``a holy brother came to visit the Sacristan at Saint Edmund's a sort of hedge-priest is the visitor, and kills half the deer that are stolen in the forest, who loves the tinkling of a pint-pot better than the sacring-bell, and deems a flitch of bacon worth ten of his breviary; for the rest, a good fellow and a merry, who will flourish a quarter-staff, draw a bow, and dance a Cheshire round, with e'er a man in Yorkshire.
That last part of thy speech, Dennet,'' said the Minstrel, ``has saved thee a rib or twain.
Nay, then, e'en tell the story yourself, my masters,'' said Dennet, turning sulky at these repeated contradictions; and it was with some difficulty that the boor could be prevailed on, by the request of his comrade and the Minstrel, to renew his tale.
Vale's only try came from hooker Rhys Francis, deep in first-half injury time, while outside-half Lewis Dennet kicked five penalties.
Both books were published by Tappen and Dennet, the only book of Hawthorne's that firm published.
Creer y no creer, dos polaridades que estan arrasando en nuestro tiempo, enfrentando la derecha religiosa contra racionalistas cientificos como Richard Dawkins y Daniel Dennet.
De manera demasiado concreta Dennet lo ejemplifica diciendo que "si uno ingresa al cerebro por el ojo, camina hasta el nervio optico, dando vueltas y vueltas alrededor del cortex, buscando detras de cada neurona y luego, antes de percatarse de ello, emerge a la luz del dia montado sobre un impulso nervioso, rascandose la cabeza y preguntandose donde esta el yo" (35).
Con referencia a autores como el filosofo Daniel Dennet, el neurocientifico Maxwell Bennet y el filosofo Peter Hacker responden que "en el sentido que el ser humano posee informacion el cerebro no posee nada".
In general, it is important to observe different characteristics of people that may determine not only the decision to migrate, but also the choice of destination, as individual circumstances as well as an individual's stage in their life course are often influential in such decisions (Stillwell and Dennet, 2012).
Titulado ironicamente tras uno de los mas famosos libros de Daniel Dennet, La conciencia explicada, este libro desgrana con una erudicion minuciosa los argumentos naturalistas y pone al descubierto los distintos errores e imprecisiones de los adalides del naturalismo.