In fact, the experience of dwelling is based on a relation of proximity to the environment, one which resists commensuration
because, through dwelling, things and persons are constituted as unique spatio-temporal particulars.
There is a need to declare education emergency in the country followed by formulation of viable education reforms compatible to the needs and demands as well as commensuration
with the social and societal structures of the country.
With Charon as the reference, this system of moons has nearly a 1:3:4:5:6 commensuration
, with the last moon Hydra having the largest discrepancy of almost 7%.
And the infamous phrase implied here--Derrida's 'Il n'y a pas de hors-texte'--means that there is no final metatextual commensuration
of textual indeterminacy.
The Ambassador while conveying the President and government of Indonesias sympathies and commensuration
on the colossal loss of lives and properties in the recent devastating floods, assured the Prime Minister of his countrys complete solidarity with the government and people pf Pakistan in their this hour of trial.
The Secretary General OIC conveyed his heartfelt condolences and commensuration
to the Prime Minister on the losses of lives and extensive damage to the properties and physical infrastructure caused by the floods and assured the Prime Minister that OIC will do whatever is possible to help Pakistan in this hour of need.
Finnis, John (1997), "Commensuration
and Public Reason", en Chang, Ruth (ed.), Incommensurability, Incomparability and Practical Reason, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, pp.
Under Mephistopheles direction, then, hell becomes the locale for Faustus to explore problems of quantification or commensuration
, of determining "enoughness." C.
This might permit metrical commensuration
of two instantiations of the same basic good, so long as the metric does not ignore some significant attribute and measures the degree to which the basic good is actually realized in each instantiation.
Just as the belief in the incommensurability of values may in some circumstances result in better commensuration
, so too may the rhetoric of incommensurability serve socially useful ends, even if values are in fact commensurable.
by locating commensuration
in choice, McCormick implicitly admits that proportionalism has failed.
Following Espeland and Stevens (2008), a quantification of social life appears in two distinct forms: marking and commensuration
. Whereas marking describes situations where numbers are used like names to identify particular persons, locations, or objects, commensuration
refers to "the valuation or measuring of different objects with a common metric" (Espeland & Stevens, 2008, p.