- n. Plural form of theory.
“˜operational™ theories, i.e., ˜theories which would enable a person whose moral understanding and judgement are suspect to come to the right moral conclusions regarding situations he may face by consulting the theory.™”
“It's getting very depressing and I'm starting to get turned off by both Hillary and Bill's constant spin "theories".”
“Confidence in theories, for example, permitted man to fly to the moon.”
“The main theories that Butcher and Piehl explore: (1) Immigrants self-select for law-abiding behavior; (2) Immigrants are more responsive to deterrence than natives.”
“For years, I would shake my head at liberals for their conspiracy theory mongering (reliance conspiracy theories is a product of weak thinking in my opinion).”
“The biggest mistake in political theories is thinking of fascism as an aberration, even as an aberrent socialism.”
“The most important thing about her theories is that there is no set of rules, because happiness is quite a personal thing, and what might make you happy may not be the same as what makes me happy.”
“The common thread among all of these Republican fantasies and conspiracy theories is that they create frenzy and fear in the electorate.”
“My personal favorite among the conspiracy theories is that espoused by Dan Maes, the Republican gubernatorial candidate in Colorado.”
“The judicially mandated social experimentation of forced busing, quotas, and racial theories is not part of Waiting for "Superman".”
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