Inconditional

In`con`di´tion`al


a.1.Unconditional.
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Abstract: The relevance of natural law theory for our present historical circumstance is argued on the grounds that it is imperative to maintain both the unity of basic principles and the variety of cultural circumstances; the inconditional character of moral law, as well as its practical possibility.
Also, the variables that in conjunct explain symptomatic IH, controling the confussional variables with an inconditional logistic regression analysis, with a significancy level of 5% (p<0.05).