Zhang also served as the committee member of China National Disaster Recovery Expert Committee and the Expert to Foreknow
Key Technology Trend for Shanghai Government from 2010 to 2011.
GB] The words containe a supposition: If we say we haue no sinne, & a sequell, we deceaue ourselues & there is no truth in vs (If) we say | what doth not God foresee and foreknow
whether we will say so or no?
Not that I assert poets to be prophets in the gross sense of the word, or that they can fortell the form as surely as they foreknow
the spirit of events: such is the pretence of superstition which would make poetry an attribute of prophecy, rather than prophecy an attribute of poetry.
We cannot foreknow
the best K-value prior to application, but the search of optimal K-value from training set is notsuitalbe.
it is Jocasta, that mother, risen from their bed, who would quell those doubts: "Why should man fear since chance is all in all / for him, and he can clearly foreknow
Thus he is able to create randomness, to foreknow
its outcomes, and to ensure that his will is accomplished--not in spite of randomness, but as we saw in Section 6, because randomness is one of the means of accomplishing his will.
Intelligence represents a capacity to foreknow
emerging realities or to discover the information not publicly available employing systematic approaches.
It is another of Reason's attempts to play God--to foreknow
and judge without responsibility or consequence.
Death they could not but foreknow
/ Yet to save their country's honour / Died, their faces to the foe.
Noting this may help to support Stephen Bluestone's reading, which is similar to Ahokas's when he sees Salzman as "an enigmatic figure who seems to foreknow
all, [Salzman] is the matchmaker-God (frankly smelling of fish) of the Sixth Day.
Fain was he to foreknow
that heaven which was his promised home; he would not enter as a stranger god mansions unknown": Ovid, 1989, 131-33 (3.
33) To identify with the evacuated Dandy is to make it rise again, to possess it of the attributes of the discursive subject whose dispossession has allowed Baudelaire to foreknow
his artist's fate in the Dandy.