unity in diversity and diversity in unity), (28) it prescinds
almost entirely from the specificity of classical trinitarian doctrine.
Aquinas argues that neither esse belongs to the nature or essence when absolutely considered, though the nature prescinds
this Defense entirely prescinds
from empirical debates about the relative merits of same- and opposite-sex non-biological parenting.
When business ethics prescinds
from these two pillars, it inevitably risks losing its distinctive nature and it falls prey to forms of exploitation.
from whether the events described actually occurred, examining instead "how the accounts craft the presentation" (11).
In short, Webb's "substantive cosmopolitanism" seems to lack both substance and cosmos, because its invocation of philosophical universalism prescinds
from the substantive reality of the shared cosmos ("world'') that renders reason universal.
to a considerable extent (indeed, it seeks to prescind
as far as possible) from critical-moral evaluations of laws and legal systems.
What is striking about this example is that if one prescinds
from the two similes in this verse (kerea-ke ah li and ka abel-'em) the remaining three words correspond exactly to all three words in line 18 of the Samas prayer.
Werther's general thought patterns also reflect a holism that does not brook the kind of either-or thinking engendered by Newtonian logic, which prescinds
the complement of what is being observed.
In short then, memetics can and should benefit from a methodology that prescinds
from the question of telos in both its explicans and explicanda.
When I speak of the "individual" I do not mean that term in a narrow sense, one which prescinds
from all family connections, but in a broad sense, which places the person in the context of his family and home.
I have argued that GA continues this tendency, presenting a picture of the interaction of charisms in the church which prescinds
from the level of conflict which has often typified that interaction.