predicate sätze

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Predicate sätze (in englisch)

  1. A predicate adjective modifying the.
  2. Each one has both a subject and a predicate.
  3. When the subject is connected to the predicate via the copula ‘is’, the.
  4. A negated predicate points to the entire spatial set of the subject rather than.
  5. The difference between true and false lies in a ‘misdirection’ by the predicate.

  6. Every proposition is partially a self-fulfilling prophecy because the predicate has an.
  7. What of this pointing from predicates to subject-spaces? A predicate cannot point on its.
  8. Within exterior propositional space, true implies a predicate that points to a member of a.
  9. In the negated predicate we can appreciate fuller meanings of true and false within exterior.
  10. A proposition creates sense when the subject-space, as a whole, is pointed-to by the predicate.
  11. A predicate that does not point to a subject-space within a proposition is nonsense of direction.
  12. What overwhelms the mind, however, is the idea of Eternal Existence without fixed limits, or without some starting or ending point, that has always existed and will continue to exist in Spatial/Time and in that manner could not possibly have risen from Nothingness because Nothingness is not a predicate of Existence, or in any event, Something cannot be created out of Nothingness.
  13. If we admit the idea of a church in the sense Homyakov gives to it—that is, a body of men bound together by love and truth—then all that any man can predicate in regard to this body, if such an one exists, is its love and truth, but there can be no outer signs by which one could reckon oneself or another as a member of this holy body, nor by which one could put anyone outside it; so that no institution having an external existence can correspond to this idea.
  14. The steps which have been taken preparatory to a dissolution of the present bank, it is said, occasion much embarrassment, and threaten with ruin many of our citizens; if the present capital of ten millions can thus affect society, who will pretend to accumulate present evils, or risk entailing misery on posterity, solely for the purpose of a temporary gain to the Government? In this question Pennsylvania is deeply concerned; she has several millions of dollars invested in her banks; this to her is a valuable source of revenue; upon this may she predicate much of her future prosperity; hence will she derive the funds requisite for future internal improvements; but if you fill up the blanks in this section with a considerable sum, all these prospects will be blasted forever; you will thereby destroy the tree from whose ramifications were to emanate the blessings of peace and the sinews of war.
  1. Neither did He object to their interpretation, but confirmed it, by predicating of Himself an existence denoted by a form of speech suitable only to a pre-existent divine nature 'Before Abraham was I am;’ an existence therefore on which, in fact, the life of mankind might depend.
  1. Nevertheless, it is predicated on generating income.
  2. As predicated on that decision for action, I soon resolved to.
  3. Satan’s kingdom is predicated upon self – God’s upon sacrifice.
  4. Unless, of course, justice is predicated upon the ethic of efficiency, i.
  5. Unfortunately this law was not predicated at understanding the reasons why we.
  6. None of these belief systems is predicated on the prior existence of the others.
  7. The predictive ability of operating momentum is predicated on the probability of.
  8. Futures markets, by definition, are predicated on the future price of a commodity.
  9. The war which we now have on hand is predicated principally on the Orders in Council.
  10. The theory of capital structure is predicated on the balance between the tax benefits.
  11. In the Academy they had learned that such plans were predicated on the belief that the.
  12. And in a place predicated on degradation, stealing from the enemy won back the men’s dignity.
  13. Self’s personality predicated, in part, on particularly chosen beliefs, values, attitudes, ideals and experiences.
  14. However, full membership in the congregation was predicated upon having had a credible experience of personal salvation.
  15. And all such true faith is predicated on profound reflection, sincere self-criticism, and uncompromising moral consciousness.
  16. The idea that you are the body is predicated on the assumption that you exist, that you are a me—a separate, individual self.
  17. A profitable spreading strategy is predicated on the assumption that the values of the positions will change at different rates.
  18. That is to say, the pattern of forces could not align with the pattern of the fabric predicated as it was upon the primordial law of seven.
  19. A common, though vague, idea runs through all it, meanings, but the sense in each case depends upon the subject of which "life" is predicated.
  20. What is significant about this opportunity and the success of my other ventures is that they are predicated on my own life experiences and challenges.
  21. Because this belief in a ‘God’, may be predicated on the belief of a ‘God’ who is by nature or by divine reason indifferent to human suffering.
  22. It is expressly predicated on the existence of the State Governments; and most of the facilities for its exercise are derived from the State governments.
  23. Imprisonment is predicated not on one's response to punishment, but to pain aversion, with the ultimate pain being the elimination of all motion – body and mind.
  24. Real love is intrinsically unconditional and is predicated on the essence of Life and Creation itself, and not on any notion of ‘rightness’ or ‘wrongness’.
  25. Natural selection will not necessarily lead to absolute perfection; nor, as far as we can judge by our limited faculties, can absolute perfection be everywhere predicated.
  26. By and large, the academic work underpinning derivatives analysis, work that so many on Wall Street rely on, is predicated on the assumption that the markets are efficient.
  27. There was a character about Madame Defarge, from which one might have predicated that she did not often make mistakes against herself in any of the reckonings over which she presided.
  28. In Chapter 5, we stressed the fact that all commonly used pricing models are probability based and that outcomes predicated on the laws of probability are only reliable in the long run.
  29. And this fact appears to be admitted by the gentlemen opposed to the bill, for their arguments are predicated upon the probability that the State banks will answer the national purposes.
  30. So everything a human does, or can do, it would seem is predicated upon the anatomical atom-energy of neurons, axons, bio-chemicals and neurotransmitters that exist within the human brain.
  31. Self can love Self and others based on the freedom of choice, being a function of freewill, and not out of a belief and faith predicated on fear, being a function of coercion and punishment.
  32. Morality, correctly understood, is a conventional construct; that is to say, of a nature predicated on many subjects providing a broader frame of reference extending beyond (the) individual.
  33. As a tool for reversing what had happened with the Blight Zone, it was brilliant, but also predicated on Sam’s not snitching—on a loyalty Nicky should have known from the fanzines didn’t exist.
  34. Indeed, a rationale from the evidence of creation created by the mystical relational love of a ‘God’ that human and their hearts, minds and soul so desired to believe, predicated on human innate spirituality.
  35. From its founders to the robber barons to multi-national outsourcing to insourcing temporary workers and iWorld philanthronaires, the US of All's capitalism is predicated upon slave owners exploiting slave labor.
  36. Freewill is about Self being free to will the desire of Self’s activities, behaviours and speech predicated upon Self choosing particular thoughts, emotions, values, beliefs, attitudes and aspirations, etcetera.
  37. When an additional revenue of five millions was believed sufficient, that opinion was predicated on the supposition made by the committee, that annual loans of only ten or twelve millions of dollars would be wanted.
  38. The whole field of special situations would come under our definition of investment operations, because the purchase is always predicated on a thoroughgoing analysis that promises a larger realization than the price paid.
  39. So, you’re telling me that we have to investigate hundreds of individual lawyers whose careers are predicated on confidentiality in hopes that they left some clue about a client they never met? That’s unacceptable, Kabir.
  40. The need to adhere to a particular faith and belief is also predicated on human beings’ innate ‘spiritual’ desire and quest to aspire to and achieve that which is true and right driven by the Self’s need for potential immortality.
  41. A belief, on the other hand, is predicated on intuitive impressions that, although not factually proven or supported by (observable) evidence, nevertheless provides Reason sufficient grounds to advance faith-based assumptions affirming its truth.
  42. What would be the effect – on ourselves, our age, and the age to come – of collectively desiring and implementing global economic and legal systems predicated upon the desire to care for the other, to further the development of the other, to love.
  43. This would reduce the Super Natural Being to a Creator and ‘God’ who’s quality of mystical relational love with the created is solely defined in essence by a value that is predicated on the quantity and quality of human ‘goodness’ and/ or ‘badness’.
  44. Unfortunately, in many cultures and religions one’s personal worth, self-esteem, self-value, integrity and inherent identity seems perceived to be predicated on one’s particular occupational, athletic, financial, religious or academic position and status in society.
  45. It merely imitates life in a manner that, however vague, is predicated on pictorial observations combined with (subjective) serial impressions formed by an individual over the course of his or her lifetime; that is to say, based on that individual‘s pre-conceived ideas.
  46. Such fancied notions of what the world ―should‖ be like rather than what it ―could‖ be like marked a generation of socio/cultural ―engineers‖ presenting rather odd impressions of the ideal society predicated upon utopian standards rather than practical designs.
  47. If we wish to walk in front of a truck this is a choice we make and we will be hit, so this incident for the walker is predicated on choice and not fate, but for the driver this can be considered ‘bad luck’ rather than fate which is a word that means one’s destiny or predestination.
  48. We would be emotionally and spiritually unaware of how these experiences can impact on Self and others and of the power of the thoughts, feelings and behaviours chosen by individuals, groups, communities and countries that men’s and women’s happiness or suffering are often predicated on.
  49. Where the sex drive of males is predicated on the biology of the manufacture of semen and thus the ‘urge’ to relieve, as opposed on the other hand to the sex drive of females, which is predicated more on psychological constructs such as fertility, hormones, mood, intimacy and self-esteem.
  50. These are the perhaps the attributes for Self to live a true and authentic life, bringing inner peace, which is predicated on an “in-to-outward” activity, which radiates the above virtues to others from within, rather than a materialistic, selfish and deceptive “out-to-inward” activity.
  51. And in the following chapter we will be exploring proof of the Creator’s existence from the evidence provided by rational and logical reasoning predicated on the ideas that are based on human experience of the universe and the intrinsic logical reality that also states that ‘something can not be made to exist from nothing’.
  52. This resolution is not a declaration of war; it is predicated on a specified conduct of an Ambassador Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of His Britannic Majesty, near the Government of the United States, and on the denial of the Executive Government of the United States to receive any further communications from him in consequence of that conduct.
  53. Secondly, parapsychology, including astrology, future and fortune telling can encourage and propagate the belief that all experiences are predestined (predestination) and/ or predicated on arbitrary fate, such as being accidentally or willfully hit by a truck, which may or may not have been under the control of the person injured and the driver of the truck.
  54. Inherent in the selection process is a disturbing tendency common among most attorneys of ―nullifying‖ clear-minded, informed individuals in favor of unsophisticated, impressionable types who may otherwise render a ―favorable‖ verdict predicated upon individual biases and pedestrian prejudices likely to promote the arguments of prosecutors and defense attorneys alike.
  55. With species in a state of nature, every naturalist has in fact brought descent into his classification; for he includes in his lowest grade, that of species, the two sexes; and how enormously these sometimes differ in the most important characters is known to every naturalist: scarcely a single fact can be predicated in common of the adult males and hermaphrodites of certain cirripedes, and yet no one dreams of separating them.
  56. Sir, there is no American merchant who can pursue that commerce, attended with the enormous charges and duties imposed on those articles without inevitable ruin; and I call to the recollection of gentlemen the numerous failures in consequence of bills of exchange returned under protest, which had been predicated on shipments to British ports; and yet the gentleman from Massachusetts tells us this is the only avenue to our commercial hope.
  57. But how does anyone go about discovering (the) Truth? If Truth is predicated on Natural Law(s) understood as God‘s Eternal Law(s), because such laws (naturally) proceed from God, ―hidden yet pre-determined,‖ and if Humankind‘s problematical interpretation of God‘s Law has rendered its meaning less viable than what was arguably uncertain to begin with, then how or where does anyone proceed in recovering important points of reference? Conventional wisdom, forged by the (social) dynamics of customs and habits and experience, is insufficient.
  58. While Great Britain waits for this natural, I might say necessary, result of the negotiation, would it not be extremely inexpedient to conclude a treaty with the American Government? Every sort of evidence and experience prove that the Democrats consider their political ascendency in a great measure dependent on the hostile spirit that they can keep alive towards Great Britain, and recent events demonstrate that their conduct will be predicated upon that conviction; it is, therefore, not to be expected that they will meet, with corresponding feelings, a sincere disposition on the part of England to adjust all matters in dispute.
  59. Assumptions by modern revisionists seeking to belie historical traditions, avidly supported by special interests with political axes to grind, however discredited such assumptions oftentimes are, may further promote muddled-headed thinking by ultimately winning the battle of ideas, however questionable their premises, by perpetuating falsehoods that, on the surface, oftentimes appear plausible to variable, ―discerning‖ young minds armed with partial knowledge, but sufficient enough to receive distorted impressions at their face value, rendering many vulnerable to questionable or unlikely propositions that bear little or no resemblance to the truth; advanced by (political and social) deconstructionists alienated from their (hated) customs, offering in exchange, contemporary standards predicated on historical fallacies, deception, inflicted reasoning and ignominious viewpoints.
  60. The litany of abuses predicated in the name of free expression, or proxy ―decisions‖ made on behalf of others who are unable to make informed decisions, are understood by the hordes of mentally ill people roaming the streets, who should be otherwise institutionalized for their own safety, if not for the safety of our society, for that matter, who remain on the streets, unable to properly care for themselves, mandated by civil rights organizations fearful that their rights may be jeopardized, people otherwise incapable of making a rational assessment of their own condition; not to mention conferring legitimacy to sexual deviancy in all its varieties that many of us have casually resigned ourselves to as ―simply‖ alternative lifestyles or championing (equal) protection under the law, that, in some instances, should call for censorship, or implausible assumptions regarding the ―unborn,‖ (Abortion) remanding millions of innocents to an early grave, a convenience for women fretting over their figures or professional careers, abetted by spineless politicians, who for expediency sake, continue advancing legislation denying them (―unborn‖) their own inalienable right to choose, had they the means, or encouraging a culture of death (Euthanasia) for the convenience of (the) would-be custodians of the terminally ill or perhaps to (simply) reduce the increasing costs of Healthcare, or the legalization of drugs because that too is a convenient alternative for a number of individuals who have seemingly lost the will to rid our society of rampant drug abuse and therefore justify such (hare-brained) schemes from the vantage point of opportunity savings or reduced social costs, or movements to eliminate God from the public consciousness lest society be reminded of its sins or perhaps because many of us have (conveniently) chosen to become our own gods.
  1. Let weak) that predicates the survival of all parts involved.
  2. What of this pointing from predicates to subject-spaces? A predicate cannot point on its.
  3. God’s character and value system is what predicates to what proximity from the Throne that we will be.
  4. By its very ―nature‖ artificial intelligence lacks the (natural) predicates that otherwise promote independent or self-contained thinking.
  5. The Beast is unable to make provisions for its long-term survival for the simple reason that it lacks the necessary predicates required in making reasonable long-term decisions.
  6. Quite contrary to inference we should have drawn, our Lord’s reasoning, which is perfectly syllogistic, if we bear in mind the thesis he undertook, makes the life which therefore he predicates of the Patriarchs, to be one with and dependent upon the resurrection.
  7. A Perfect Being cannot ―cause‖ its own creation inasmuch as (the) subsequent effects of Creation imply an (existing) potential for movement or change and/or possessing a set of predicates or determinants otherwise lacking in a Perfect Being that is ―entirely without limit or incapable of any infallibility, whatsoever.
  8. An individual encumbered by circumstance(s) or events seemingly beyond his or her control, may perhaps attribute such misfortunes to bad luck or ―assignable‖ causes although that individual may (otherwise) lack the (necessary) predicates to properly manage his or her life in a manner that might (otherwise) improve his or her (material) standing, not to mention spiritual well-being.
  9. The Soviet Empire‘s pre-meditated attempt (and subsequent failure) at eliminating all vestiges of God from the hearts and minds of its oppressed subjects offers some glimmer of hope in America‘s own internal struggles with anti-religious forces who, in a similar manner, are avidly seeking to promote a Secularist Agenda by advancing legislation aimed at removing religious symbols and displays from public forums and driving them underground where it is hoped such forms will one day be lost on future generations otherwise lacking the necessary (spiritual) predicates and values formerly derived by enlightened examples that, for centuries, provided structure and moral sustenance and meaning to religious thought.

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