Rescher puts it bluntly: "After World War II it became impossible for American philosophers to keep up with what their colleagues were writing." And if philosophers have become increasingly
indifferent to what their colleagues are doing, it should come as no surprise that the public has become increasingly
indifferent to what all philosophers are doing.
Progressions of increasingly
shallow facets formed, converging from several directions on a central facet at the blob's peak.
With more formal education and financial resources than their street gang ancestors, these criminals use increasingly
sophisticated means, including the Internet and cryptography, to ply their trades.
The costs of these efforts are becoming increasingly
burdensome and serve no useful public purpose.
The good news is that nursing homes are becoming increasingly
selective and targeted in their purchasing of these products.
The paradox in the spectacle of gay men enchained and handcuffed while marching in our increasingly
silly "gay pride" parades is rejected.
Part of that legacy was an increasingly
In other words, work today is more a good than many of the things economists call "goods." Increasingly
, people need it more than they need the stuff that work enables them to buy.
Just as importantly, all of Citicorp's full-service tax groups--domestic, state, international, fixed asset, audit, consolidation and financial tax accounting--were given access to improved technology, allowing them to get more done, faster and at increasingly
These chemicals are expensive and difficult to work with, and increasingly
global markets have favored larger corporations serving larger markets.
But I believe that in the era of technological leaps, in the era of abundant information and misinformation, the press is increasingly
needed!' said Jokowi while addressing the peak event of the National Press Day (HPN) 2018 at the Lake Cimpago, Padang Beach, Padang, West Sumatra, on Friday (2/9).