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mo·nism

(mō'nizm),
A metaphysical system in which all of reality is conceived as a unified whole.
[G. monos, single]

mo·nism

(mō'nizm)
A metaphysical system in which all of reality is conceived as a unified whole.
[G. monos, single]
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Nearly a century later, in a continuation of the disagreement over the status of the legacy of the Monists, the Hanafi jurist and son of a manumitted Mamluk Qasim b.
But by invoking the property of legal validity, they are also transforming their monist theory into a dualist theory, one that includes not only real, but also ideal, elements, and in their (subsequent) effort to anchor law in reality they will be transforming the dualist theory back into a monist theory, namely, one that includes only real elements.
A PAULINE CRITIQUE: THE MONIST AMBITIONS OF MODERN LIBERALISM
Eliot, 'Tire Development of Leibniz's Monadism', The Monist, 26.
Although the monist model readily accommodates the use of ICC findings by the ICJ, by understanding international law as a cohesive whole, this approach cannot be seen as satisfactory either.
Unlike the United States, a generally dualist country where international law may be incorporated into domestic law with the consent of the President and the Senate, (64) Bolivia is a monist country.
Of such transactions Keen points to Hardy's journey into solitariness, moving "towards an embrace of nescience (the condition of not knowing) and affirming his monist perspective on the universe's organization" (104).
It is interesting to notice that the monist legal thread has gained strength to the extent that the national state figure solidified as a socio-politic organization model of nation.
Mustol spends insufficient time on the concept of nonreductive physicalism to give the reader--especially one for whom the concept is new--an opportunity to explore the implications of a monist understanding of human beings.