is troublesome, given the lack of experience first term Senators have, although none of the present candidates are analogous to Obama on philosophy.
In this paper, I argue that a structure mapping between the base system of querying relational databases and the target system of querying XML documents is more of an analogy
than a literal similarity, although some direct mappings of object-attributes between elements of each system are possible, giving a flavor of some degree of "literal similarity" as well.
Second, then, the foundation for any proper metaphysical reflection concerning God is the analogy
of proper proportionality.
Hochschild argues against Ashworth and Gilson that Cajetan's commitments to compositionality and a conceptualist rather than usage-based analysis of signification did not confuse Cajetan's attempt to semantically analyze analogy
Even as the race-sexuality analogy
diminished in importance in the
Darwin's use of the term "natural economy," another analogy
, is interesting because it suggests that in 1835 Darwin was still reconciling his thinking about evolution with the conventional theories of the time.
The psychological analogy
has fallen on hard times in theology.
To assist them we proposed the analogy
of a teeter-totter with weights on each side that are proportional to the economic value of the firm's assets (on the left) and liabilities (on the right).
People make analogies all the time--we reason by analogy
," says a Harvard Law School professor.
Its fine knots not only lend the image a softly sculptural quality but also recall the pixels of a digital printout, thus finding an analogy
between handmade and digital image production.
With no masks or secret identities, the closet analogy
is out the window.
Regarding Brennan's analogy
between our 43rd president and our 1st, the Britannica states that in the French and Indian Wars George Washington ``ranged the whole field on horseback, making himself the most conspicuous target for Indian bullets .