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actualism

A modern form of yoga which integrates the mind, body, personality and spirit, and is said to awaken and empower the client.
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The probability-raising analysis thereby avoids some of the counterintuitive consequences of actualism, such as holding that one ought to do a terrible action when one would otherwise do something even worse, and despite the fact that much better options are also available.
In short, this refashioning was held to be scientific because it supported Gentile's belief that actualism was the ultimate science.
I shall defend a form of actualism, as articulated in (A), as a necessary condition for art.
El principio segun el cual un individuo solo puede tener propiedades en los mundos posibles en los que existe se denomina por Plantinga "actualismo serio" (serious actualism; cf.
He reinvented Gentile, attempting to turn actualism into the basis of a thinking and praxis of the future (in a rather farfetched way, one has to admit).
of London Institute of Education) has influenced not only what we understand of science but the nature of the world it studies through his philosophy of "critical realism." He describes the links between philosophy and scientific realism including the transcendental analysis of experience and the real basis of causal laws, actualism and the concept of the closure, including the classical paradigm of action, the relationship between autonomy and reduction, and open systems.
Geological Time Actualism Rock Cycle Lithification: Sediment vs Sedimentary rock Original Horizontality of Strata Lateral Continuity of Strata Superposition of Strata Cross-cutting Relationships Principle of Inclusions Biological Evolution, Index Fossils Stratigraphic Correlation
Included are "Materialism, Actualism, and Science: What's Modern about Modern Science?" by Peter McLauglin (University of Heidelberg, Germany); "Evolution, Paleontology, and Metaphysics" by David Oldroyd (University of New South Wales, Australia); "Darwinism's Multiple Ontologies" by David Depew (University of Iowa, USA); "Darwinism: Neither Biologistic nor Metaphysical" by Bernd Graefrath (University of Essen, German), and thirteen other contributors organized into four general sections: "What Kind of Science is Darwinian Biology, and What Are Its Ontological Presuppositions"; "Is a Non-Naturalist Interpretation of Darwinism Possible?"; "What is the Epistemological Relevance of Darwinism?"; and "Darwinism and the Place of the Human".
By his time, the vogue of catastrophic explanations had largely been succeeded by 'actualism', the theory that the slow and continuous natural processes witnessed everywhere now provide the real explanation of phenomena such as the formation of rocks, stratification, the presence of fossils far from the seas, and so on.
Gunslinger's transition from outlaw to classic--from its serial release starting in 1968 to Wingbow's 1975 complete edition (printed by the fugitive Zephyrus Imagists investigated by Alastair Johnston in this issue) to Duke University Press's reprint in 1989, replete with enthusiastic introduction by Marjorie Perloff, president-elect of the Modern Language Association (4)--has done little to mitigate the delight this "post-ephemeral" "spasm / of presyntactic metalinguistic urgency" supplies as it traverses the "terrific actualism" of "the inside real / and the outsidereal." (5) This book might still feel relevant in the early 21st century because once again we've acquired a paranoid and kleptocratic administration keen on imperialist adventures.
The intertwining of the world of lived experience with the 'rational resolution' of it, which makes thought 'the conceptual translation of the content of experience', the refusal to hypostatize epistemological concepts (which inspired his critique of Giovanni Gentile's 'actualism') and the 'substantial identity of structure' between philosophy and science became the central elements of Preti's philosophical education, inherited from Banff and already visible in Idealism and Positivism, his 1943 book, which outlined an initial synthesis of these ideas.
The actualism of his novel functions as an effective mode of deception, serving to engage the reader in a mental journey that merely resembles the experience of colonialism.