rationalities

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of rationality.

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Examples

  • The short-term rationalities of election periods that create subsequent problems for rational exchanges is an example of the second.

    Rediscovering Institutions

  • The short-term rationalities of election periods that create subsequent problems for rational exchanges is an example of the second.

    Rediscovering Institutions

  • The short-term rationalities of election periods that create subsequent problems for rational exchanges is an example of the second.

    Rediscovering Institutions

  • It would be a very interesting debate (and profitable!) to listen to Phelps speak in the first person defending his rationalities with, say, a mainstream defender sufficiently versed in the requisite knowledge of politico theology.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Maine and Virginia AGs’ Statements on Not Supporting the 48 State AGs’ Brief in Snyder v. Phelps

  • It would be a very interesting debate and profitable! to listen to Phelps speak in the first person defending his rationalities with, say, a mainstream defender sufficiently versed in the requisite knowledge of politico theology.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Maine and Virginia AGs’ Statements on Not Supporting the 48 State AGs’ Brief in Snyder v. Phelps

  • Magic: An alternate mode of rationality, frequently portrayed as deviant because of its divergence from the religious and scientific rationalities; a cluster of practices (ranging from astrology and alchemy, to the use of charms and amulets, to sorcery and necromancy) that all operate on the principle that the natural world contains hidden powers that human beings can possess or tap for practical purposes, both good and evil.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Magic: An alternate mode of rationality, frequently portrayed as deviant because of its divergence from the religious and scientific rationalities; a cluster of practices (ranging from astrology and alchemy, to the use of charms and amulets, to sorcery and necromancy) that all operate on the principle that the natural world contains hidden powers that human beings can possess or tap for practical purposes, both good and evil.

    What Is Magic?

  • So as usual with IP it's a case of wait and see how bad it will eventually turn out to be while in the meantime continually pointing out the rationalities or lack of them in the smoke and mirrors that constitutes the public debate in the area.

    Archive 2009-01-11

  • So as usual with IP it's a case of wait and see how bad it will eventually turn out to be while in the meantime continually pointing out the rationalities or lack of them in the smoke and mirrors that constitutes the public debate in the area.

    B2fxxx

  • Once again, there are resonances of the thinking of philosopher Alasdair MacIntyre here - that rationality is defined from within a particular tradition of thought, reflection and enquiry, and that rival traditions articulate "competing rationalities".

    Archive 2008-02-01

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