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- Alexander of Tunis, First Earl. Title of Harold Rupert Leofric George Alexander. 1891-1969. British field marshal who during World War II led maneuvers at Dunkirk and in Burma, North Africa, and Italy.
“Where this is likely to cause the present-day reader confusion, the editors have provided a clarificatory note.”
“But would Luke have eliminated other apparent clarificatory comments such as the additional lines in the Lord's Prayer?”
“It is in the most intimate part of clinical practice - that which deals with psychoses - that the clarificatory power of Heraclitus' aphorisms, supported by Heidegger, now reappears.”
“Rather than exclude such reflection because it does not conform to a narrowly scientific paradigm of reason, perhaps we should expand our conception of practical reason to make room for clarificatory reflection about the ends of action.”
“Ludlow disagrees with Hawthorne about the prevalence of clarificatory devices for”
“Thus, developments that can readily be formulated as merely clarificatory can readily be accepted as legitimate; whereas ampliative developments, which by definition are not merely clarificatory, often are not readily accepted.”
“Ampliative and clarificatory inference in theology”
“If so, the development of doctrine has room for ampliative as well as clarificatory inference.”
“It hinges on the distinction, oft employed under various names by Newman, between ampliative and clarificatory inference.”
“Sacramentum Vitae: Ampliative and clarificatory inference in theology skip to main”
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