perdurance


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perdurance

(pəˈdjʊərəns)
n
formal permanence; the quality of lasting or enduring forever
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The perdurance of adjudication in Judge Manley's courtroom unbrackets accounts of state-citizen interactions.
The deity enters into philosophy through the perdurance of which we think at first as the approach to the active nature of the difference between Being and beings.
The nostalgia that does remain in this third film is thus more the nostalgia that seeks to find solace in the perdurance, the durational extendedness, of the natural, than the nostalgia that accompanies our embeddness in the spatial and the topographic and the limit that this necessarily entails (a limit belonging, on this latter account, even to capital, though unacknowledged by it).
They cover the ancient history from the pre-Socratics to the dawn of the medieval period, the modern history to the beginning of the 19th century, McTaggart and the unreality of time, the A-theory and the B-theory of time, presentism versus eternalism, the open future, perdurance and endurance, the experience of time, time travel, and physics and the philosophy of time.
But this benefit is incompatible with accounting for repeatability in terms of perdurance with identity or endurance with identity.
That perdurance might be equally taken to suggest that it is genuinely contemporary, as the title of this book interestingly proclaims; or that it is in some sense universal and timeless (philosophy, properly understood, always already was phenomenology); or even that it is passe but preserved institutionally in contemporary academia.
The textual evidence Nirenberg presents for his argument relative to the modern period seems to substantiate his claim about the perdurance of anti-Judaism as a defining element in modern European thought.
I shall call them, respectively, perdurance, plenitude and pulchritude.
To be sure, ummanautu, the scholarly arts, owes its perdurance in no small measure to the scribal school.
The terms endurance and perdurance are commonly thought to denote distinct ways for an object to persist, but it is surprisingly hard to say what these are.
Il convient egalement de mentionner en termes d'etudes controlees, les travaux de Carson et Carson (2004) qui se centrent sur l'impact d' un programme MBSR sur l'interaction et l'amelioration de la vie de couple en montrant que les resultats de cette etude fournissent des elements empiriques solides qui valident la pertinence, et l'efficacite de la pratique MBSR, pour la mesure du bonheur et de la detresse dans un couple ainsi que sa perdurance (voir etude detaillee des differents criteres).
With photographs of ruins, contemporary scenes, and archaeological sites and an accompanying text that is variously history, travel-like observations and vignettes, social description and commentary, and archaeological report, Hofstetter discerns signs of the long perdurance of the Mayans and illuminates sources of their culture.