The hard cases of abortion have been defined away by Variabilism, and we are left in a middle ground
where '[t]he middle abortion thus represents an epistemic category, not a moral one' (152).
In both cases it will be the middle ground
that provides the volume growth to pay back the investment.
Where will a middle ground
be found between such divergent, passionately held positions?
The status quo, in which there are no restrictions on abortion has somehow been defined as the moderate middle ground
Thus, Wiggins seeks a middle ground
between those scholars who see Donne as "an alienated radical aloof to profane matters and those who insist that he was quite the opposite, an ambitious conformist using poetry, as Jonson suggests, in order to crash the establishment" (1).
Based on the successful political strategies of Bill Clinton, and, as articulated by British Prime Minister Tony Blair and leading theoreticians such as Anthony Giddens, the Third Way offers a pragmatic approach to social policy and economic management which seek to find the middle ground
between `old fashioned' social democracy and welfare liberalism on the one hand, and the radical individualism and dogmatic traditionalism of the right on the other.
In this case, I needed a project that would give my students the opportunity to apply their understanding of perspective, size change, overlapping, and foreground, middle ground
, and background, while they created a three-dimensional composition.
The title falls into that middle ground
between professional and consumer newsletters, and they decided to offer a charter subscription to the monthly at $39.
The board also had started the process of drafting legislation that would tread a middle ground
between the two competing growth control measures.
By getting rid of the necessity to recall passwords, users no longer have to find a middle ground
for security by utilizing passwords or by writing them down next to the keyboard.
20 1 advise readers that, by this emphasis, I do not intend to imply that the middle ground
positions are definitively Islamic.
As a result, Munir says that "there is probably a middle ground
, but getting there won't be easy.
The Service took a middle ground
, treating the turbine, tower and pad as a facility.
Clinton picked him partly because he's skilled at finding middle ground
The IRS has taken a middle ground
on the issue of the deductibility of environmental expenses.