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  • El discurso científico garantizaba la posibilidad de generar un conocimiento fiable, ya que se había producido de manera mensurable (o sea que era producto de un montón de mediciones) y verificado (lo que pasaba en un lugar del planeta, como por ejemplo tirar una manzana al piso, ocurría también en cualquier otro sitio).

    Si la forma es el fondo, ��entonces el relato es la historia?

  • Instead of threatening Iran with preventive war — an approach that's only fueled Tehran's desire for nuclear weapons and increased the popularity of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad — the new administration should try to cut a deal by offering Iran security guarantees in return for significant and veri-fiable limits on its nuclear-enrichment program.

    Pull Those Boots Off The Ground

  • In a perfect e-world, where a global and fiable e-identity management system that trusted site could use, your idea would seems less utopic hazel8500 Says:

    My billion dollar idea that will redefine ecommerce. « The Paradigm Shift

  • Bon alors comme j'avais oublié combien mon programme de mise en ligne etait super fiable, j'ai promis trop gros.

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • On indique, pour chaque personne, sur une échelle optionnelle de un à trois, à quel point on trouve la personne “fiable”, “cool”, ou “sexy”.

    2004 February — Climb to the Stars

  • Otherwise, I'd say they are irrelevant as long as intelligibility is preserved I'm all for historical phonology, but that's certainly not the most fiable material to base it upon.

    languagehat.com: SHIH SHIH.

  • This delay in claims being submit - ted is affecting the restitution process and persons with justi - fiable claims who do not submit such claims by 29 February will not be able to participate in the negotiation process due to start soon.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Secondly, I am authorised to investigate the abuse or unjusti - fiable exercise of power or unfair, capricious, discourteous or other improper conduct or undue delay by a person performing a public function.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • But no one was at the window, spying on unidenti - fiable flaunters of stupid rules.

    Nerilka's Story

  • Outside this variety of pragmatic theories of value — and we must specify the type or theories of value that are excluded from the “pragmatic” if this term is to have any identi - fiable meaning — we can point to a priori or transcen - dental ideas of the summum bonum which can only be known by pure reason, by political or theological authority, or by a transcendental inner conscience or

    PRAGMATISM

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    March 12, 2009