'We are dismayed by [Duterte's] usual dichotomizing
of our legitimate call for fishing rights and having a war with China, when we have the legal venue [in] which we are at an advantage, such as the UN-backed Permanent Court of Arbitration decision,' said the group's national chair, Fernando Hicap.
More importantly, in doing so, we must avoid the pitfalls of present-day political discourse: the impulse to airily dismiss disagreeing opinions with pithy comments about grammar or inconsequential details gotten wrong; the temptation to prioritize how badly you burned the other guy over how clearly you have explained your arguments and perhaps fostered a change in opinions; and the all too tender trap of dichotomizing
the world around you, even when those who oppose you insist on doing so.
Pathologist characteristic subgroups were created by dichotomizing
the 22 pathologists into "high" versus "low" groupings.
Thus the Unit Values for both exports and imports are available for 1000 industries during 2016 and hence analysis would be conducted for these 1000 industries while dichotomizing
IIT intohorizontal IIT and vertical IIT.
All such dichotomizing
misses the vital importance of connection to real life, to virtues and even hopes and fears that are first and last embodied.
By recovering the everyday experience of the half-connecting subject and tracing its phenomenal existence to a troubled unconscious, I expand upon Romanyshyn's pioneering thesis as follows: The technological worldview (1) is a cultural, not a universal problem, (2) manifests principally as dichotomizing
, and (3) is unfixable on the basis of the half-connecting body.
The interpretation of the gospel with a dichotomizing
epistemological framework keeps the poor dying while exhorting them to wait for heaven.
A "both/and thinker" emphasizes an interdependent relationship between self and others for mutual understanding, rather than dichotomizing
them, and thereby is equipped with what Markham calls a "dialogical spirit" (p.
With the aim of comparing data with previous studies, descriptive statistics dichotomizing
the responses to the items were also obtained, considering 1-3 values as "0" and 4-5 as "1".
While most previous studies have analyzed volume as either a continuous variable or a categorical variable using tertiles/quartiles, Bianchi and colleagues dichotomize annual hospital caseload as greater than 15 or less than 15 cystectomies per year.[sup.10] The cut-point is very high relative to other studies where "high volume" hospitals are usually defined as those that perform >5 to 10 cystectomies per year.[sup.4]-[sup.8] In dichotomizing
this outcome and using such a high threshold, Bianchi and colleagues are left with only 12% (n = 1515) of their study population in the high volume group and all of these cases had surgery at academic hospitals.
He challenges both antiliberal Augustinians (e.g., Alisdair MacIntyre, Stanley Hauerwas, and John Milbank) and anti-Augustinian liberals (Hannah Arendt, Paul Ramsey, and Timothy Jackson), critiquing both groups for unnecessarily dichotomizing
Augustine's theology and liberal political thought.
We recognize three predominant patterns of venation common in fruit wings: 1) "simple subparaIlel," dominated by veins of a single order, occasionally dichotomizing
and anatomizing with or without cross veins, usually delimiting elongate areoles, sometimes with an extremely fine intervening reticulum of isodiametric areoles; 2) "fusiform-reticulate, subparallel" with a single order of very fine veins that regularly dichotomize and anatamose to form a uniform network of fusiform areoles, and 3) "complex reticulate," with veins forming reticulum of multiple vein orders, with the main veins giving rise to successively finer veins, commonly with arches and with more or less isodiametric quadrangular to polygonal areoles, occasionally with freely ending veinlets.