25) More importantly for our purposes, a sensible species in the soul, though not in the sensible matter as an extramental sensible form, still maintains the individuating
conditions of the matter.
We wrote Python scripts to perform the analyses to apply the Geographic Profiling for individuating
the starting origin of an infection by using the old Snow's data set.
Unconsciously conscious to some settled patterns of life and character, the ordinary man within and without gets apprehensive of the seeming abnormalities that are taking place in the demeanour of the individuating
The PIs work has proposed that photographys egalitarianism and seriality, its individuating
propensity, and its subjunctive as if quality all work to constitute citizens as potential co-equals, able to consciously chose idioms of self-representation.
He admits that Cage never mentions Deleuze or his collaborators, but points out that their approach to a materialist ontology of difference, their insistent on the explication and understanding of individuating
processes, and especially their assertions about micropolitics and power provide a powerful toolkit for understanding and expanding on crucial Cagean concepts.
Looking in turn at correlations between different types of quantification and at the expressions of plurality, they consider such topics as reduplication in languages, individuating
classifiers in Early Southern Min from the 14th to the 19th centuries, plurality and the subclassification of nouns in classical Chinese, plurality in the pronominal paradigms of Bai dialects, and quantificational structures in three-year-old Chinese-speaking children.
The remainder of this Article explores how, despite this bedrock view, the urban misdemeanor process effectively imposes convictions in the aggregate by permitting the erosion and evasion of individuating
rules and procedures.
In cases where individuating
, judgment-relevant information is not available, drawing on stereotypes may improve one's ability to predict another's actions (assuming the stereotype contains some kernel of truth).
According to Landy, when raters are well trained and experienced in making job-relevant judgments of people for whom they have individuating
information, and for whom the accurate appraisal has important consequences for the raters' own performances, stereotype processes are inconsequential, if not irrelevant.
Hallett explains that some terms have individuating
criteria while others do not, and that for those that do the criteria will vary from term to term.
And, in his performances, the objects that serve as props and that might normally pass under the radar, their use-values openly displayed, somehow become unnaturally animated, as though they (more than even the performers around them) are endowed with individuating
traits, personalities of a sort.
So perhaps, in the absence of individuating
criteria, descriptive traits can serve to individuate.