Aging as emerging brilliance; Advancing Rogers' unitary theory
Beauty Unlimited does not, unsurprisingly, offer a theory of Beauty to replace the Platonic ideal; rather, the essays together provide a sustained critique of the possibility of a unitary theory
of Beauty divorced from particular beautiful experiences.
Because Alexander Hamilton made the argument from democratic theory in The Federalist, thereby connecting these two propositions, no Framer is more important for unitary theory
The Unitary Theory
and the Commander-in-Chief Power
Somewhat disappointingly though, after laying out this theoretical framework, the author concludes that the public health imperatives are too complex for a unitary theory
to sufficiently explain.
Far from suggesting that psychoanalysis be abandoned, he instead traces the evolution of the various strands of psychoanalytic theory so that what is valuable can be extracted and included in a new effort to formulate a unitary theory
It likewise misapprehends the operation of California's research tax credit, and, in so doing, renders it inconsistent with unitary theory
. The FTB limitation thwarts the intended policy and purpose of the tax credit.
For Pellini, they posit no unitary theory
of man and society: Positivist mistrust of systems restricts their research to 'immediate causes'.
He also proposed a Unitary Theory
for organic compounds in which the molecule was regarded as a whole, and parts of which could be substituted.
Many states have chosen to apply the unitary theory
on a worldwide basis.
Unlike its ecological counterpart, this sort of variation is evidently qualitative, rather than quantitative; and it is apparently sufficient to ensure that the application of a single, unitary theory
to any particular case.