29) The intelligible species are so completely immaterial that they cannot exist in things that involve matter or individuate
conditions of matter.
This modification of the Geographic Profiling method allowed to individuate
in the map an area of maximum probability of the infection source, which was a few meters wide and including the historically known source of cholera, that is the "classical" water pump at Broad Street.
Their basic idea is to individuate
concepts by their origin, which is an event reminiscent of Kripke's baptism of a name (Kripke 1980, pp.
Oravecz is impressively faithful to his stated task, "to individuate
, contextualize, and emphasize the concept and spiritual aspects that best represent 'God as Love'" over the last two centuries of Russian religious thought (6).
A person's ability to individuate
is based on the premise that freedom of personal choice and opportunity are essential to the development of self-reason, self-interests, and self-esteem.
The main aim of the book, as the author consistently puts it, is 'to trace the contours of the Spanish "imaginary" in British Romanticism and, in so doing, individuate
a "cultural geography" of Romantic Spain as a space of war involving not only France and Britain or the Spanish and Moorish armies, but also ideological conflicts between public and private, republicanism, nationalism, and imperialism, or competing models of masculinity and femininity' (p.
loci and QTLs) relationships for behaviors affecting quality of life with aging.
The son of man is a Jungian constellation of values, the purpose of which is to help us individuate
Through processes such as the clarification of interests, values, skills, and personality traits and the examination of life roles, clients begin to individuate
, to discover their authentic selves, and to identify their own sense of meaning.
Although I am willing to allow that tradition is embedded in practice, which is, of course, part of concrete social reality, I do not think particular practices are natural kinds, or discrete chunks, with clear boundaries by which we might individuate
Second, I present an argument to the effect that theories like Marr's do not individuate
psychological states intentionally; rather, their states are individuated computationally, syntactically, or formally (I will use these terms interchangeably).
There is a dispute concerning how to individuate