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"Standing over the ball, you want, first, to be totally present and, second, for your awarenesses to be as sensory-based as possible," she said.
The natural bounds of our epistemic grasp in the physical sciences, astronomy, or most any other field of study is just what the senses tell us, plus any correctives reason supplies on the basis of sensory-based knowledge we have already accrued.
Locke's theory of language, too, reveals Gassendi's influence: the notion of nominal essences resonates with the proposal in the Institutio Logica that the meaning of general terms is a function of our sensory-based ideas, which contribute to our picture of the properties we typically associate with the objects of those terms.
Cathay Pacific Airways, the Hong Kong airline featured in Marketing Aesthetics, had a wonderful sensory-based identity campaign designed by Landor Associates, but fell short of implementing it properly on its planes.
We address these difficulties within the group setting as much as possible using a developmental and sensory-based approach.
Through this arch-empiricism ” tempered by his priestly adherence to key elements of Church doctrine ” Gassendi views metaphysics as a realm for speculation grounded in the possibility of empirical confirmation, logic as (by turns) a psychologistic and probabilistic enterprise, knowledge of the external world as built on and forever subject to sensory-based evidence, and ethics in quasi-hedonist, possibly quantifiable terms.
Read: "You can have an arsenal of techniques and thousands of dollars 'worth of sensory-based toys and equipment and yet, if you do not observe his behavior for subtle clues as to what's up, listen to your child to learn what really makes him' go off, 'and let him know he is loved and supported no matter what, all your sensory recipes and techniques will not have their full effect.
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