Yet to supply this conception various historians take forces of different kinds, all of which are incommensurate
with the movement observed.
Shakespeare is Gillies' exemplar rather than his sole focus, and it would be a disservice not to mention his powerful early engagement with Marlowe's Tamburlaine, or the sprezzatura re-reading of Donne's "Hymn To God My God In My Sicknesse" (as a complex Bakhtinian dialogue between incommensurate
old and new geographies) with which he ends the book.
Roberto Airoldi's "The Intonation of the Greek Tetrachords according to Aristoxenos" argues that a rigorous mathematical perspective is incommensurate
with the empirical Aristoxenian approach to tuning theory.
The first three books thus concern the wisdom which revelation announces but which nonetheless is available to natural human reason, while the fourth is devoted to that revealed wisdom incommensurate
with human rationality (SCG I.
Even if there were no other objections, the adoption and abortion numbers are too incommensurate
for the former to be a real "alternative" to the latter.
I have argued that this approach is incommensurate
with the nature of the doctrine in question, with the traditional practice of Catholic theology, and with the historical facts themselves.
Introduces several new important concepts which have arisen since the original edition; new topics include piezoelectricity, liquid crystals, nanocrystalline concepts, incommensurate
materials and the structure of foamed and amorphous materials.
However, the awareness level and available resources for gender equality remains incommensurate
It is now working for the revision of the nation's taxation system in order to alleviate Filipinos burdened by incommensurate
taxation, and this is only one of the many policy moves appreciated and sought for by our people.
Some material that first appeared in the 2000 revised first edition is included here, as well as new topics such as piezoelectricity, groups, subgroups and supergroups, liquid crystals, incommensurate
materials and the structure of foamed and amorphous materials, and martensitic transformation in nickel-titanium shape-memory alloys and zirconia ceramics.
Koda, who is now an Independent MP from Singhbhum, and the ex- ministers are already facing the charge of amassing wealth incommensurate
with their income.
Yet Lislegaard's blend of incommensurate
visual morphologies--from Surrealism to Op art--is effective only insofar as the vantage point she provides is a forceful one, that it lays the foundation for a convincing spectatorial experience.