Thus, by knowledge we mean knowledge the knowable
; by the knowable
, that which is to be apprehended by knowledge; by perception, perception of the perceptible; by the perceptible, that which is apprehended by perception.
I'm a frontiersman from the extreme edge of the Knowable
, and I feel quite out of place when I leave my study and come into touch with all you great, rough, hulking creatures.
46) Under the current products liability regime, in a court that applies strict liability for failure to warn and requires manufacturers to provide warnings of all objectively knowable
ADIs regardless of the cost or infeasibility of applying the existing technology, the manufacturer will be liable for the harm resulting from this interaction.
They can provide verified facts to a large audience and separate the knowable
from the merely speculative.
To wit: Acknowledge the other side's concerns; encourage joint fact-finding; offer contingency plans to minimize any adverse effects and promise to compensate victims of knowable
but unintended effects; accept responsibility, admit mistakes, and share power; act in a trustworthy fashion at all times; and build long-term relationships.
All that is possible actual in orbit or semi-orbit no known phenomena no knowable
thought elusive nominalism Constraint is a secondness swimming out to sea Europe Between an interpretant and its object in playspace the heart's free interim Macbeth's crude sacrilege deeper even Spent those last years not writing his paper on misery I remember all the time now remember the brood the fret
recently held that drug manufacturers are subject to strict liability, rather than simple negligence, for failure to warn of known or knowable
Furthermore, the court said that inaction or action by the FDA is admissible "to show whether a risk was known or reasonably scientifically knowable
In the mechanical paradigm that defined science for more than 300 years, all of nature was knowable
- subject to observation and the laws of mathematics.
God somehow became knowable
," explains William Thompson, professor of theology at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A chapter on the culture of Gothic deftly explores the masculine and feminine forms in which Gothic makes its characteristic turn away from real life into the world of the imagination, but by clearly distinguishing the 'pastness' and 'remoteness' of Gothic from that special understanding of history and place taken over by Scott from thinkers of the Scottish Enlightenment, the strangeness of the essentially exotic is set off from the Waverley experience of transportation into an unfamiliar but contiguous and knowable
Endowed with a meticulous talent as an investigative journalist, a facility with words and a Swiftian satiric sensibility, he developed a theological aptitude that enabled him to comment, as the Latins used to say, on everything knowable
and a few others.