Whether or not he admits their practical cogency
, an attentive reader will not fail to be interested in the attempt Mr.
But, like all oft-repeated truths, it has in time lost something of its actuality and cogency
Clacton argued with a cogency
and a ferocity which made the little woman feel that something very important--she hardly knew what--was taking place.
You expect a cogency
of conduct not usual in women," said Marlow.
MENO: I admit the cogency
of your argument, and therefore, Socrates, I wonder that knowledge should be preferred to right opinion--or why they should ever differ.
This idea has gained cogency
and strength, since the Arab nations seek to foster pan-Arab solidarity and cooperation," he underscored.
Concurrent with this, UAE's political vision led to the creation of a post for a Minister of State for Youth Affairs in 2016, as well as the setting up of the Emirates Youth Council (headed by the Minister of Youth), two apex entities that provide more cogency
to the efficaciousness of youth power at the highest levels.
Isn't it about time we forgot the story of Glazunov's drunken conducting sabotaging its premiere and causing a nervous breakdown in the young composer, and instead concentrated on its qualities of cogency
and emotional allusiveness, looking forward as it does across half-a-century to the gritty Symphonic Dances?
With his usual cogency
and eloquence, Hadley Arkes laments the failure of the dissenting Justices in Obergefell v.
This paper will analyze and evaluate their arguments, then seek to provide an assessment of their cogency
Additionally, the government proposed to introduce a regulatory reform in a move to bring in a cogency
of approach across sectors of infrastructure.
sheds light on the classical Greek understanding of imitation and device, as it questions both the claim that Aristotle's natural philosophy codifies opinions held by convention and the view that the cogency
of his scientific ideas depends on metaphysics.