Their faces are clear and defined as the victims of war are individuated
12) Putting aside Aquinas's controversial distinction between the soul and its faculties, this solution has to face another problem: How can the principle of thinking (the intellect as a faculty of the soul) be individualized and become a power of the form (the intellect as the soul) that is individuated
by the animated human body?
person, on the other hand, through his acceptance of the unconscious has, while remaining aware of his unique personality, realized his brotherhood with all living things, even with in-organic matter and the cosmos itself (np).
This interdisciplinary project builds on two complementary semantic traditions: 1) Formal semantics, a symbolic approach that can delimit and track linguistic referents, but does not adequately match them with the descriptive content of linguistic expressions; 2) Distributional semantics, which can handle descriptive content but does not associate it to individuated
Words are not individuated
by their semantic content, because if two words are true synonyms (i.
Wojtyla decidedly stresses that to be the person is something more than to be individuated
Their topics include Snow White and the Huntsman: the fairytale of gender and the female warrior, the second loss of androgyny: the fairytale of dualism, finding the golden egg: illusions of happiness in an age of consumer capitalism, the shadow of redemption: the Grail and the self-knowledge industry, and a difficult task: Sarah Lund and the crime of individuated
Matter is critical to comprehending how substances are individuated
You'll still have a healthy, individuated
sense of self, but you're not an egoist.
The proper purpose of the law is to protect individual rights--that is, the rights of individuated
When we consider the first sixty verses of the opening canto, we find that they are perhaps surprisingly without individuated
At each stage, the pressure to aggregate--to treat people and cases by group--weakens and sometimes eliminates individuated
scrutiny of defendants and the evidence in their cases; people are largely evaluated, convicted, and punished by category and based on institutional habit.