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school of thought

a particular philosophy or way of thinking about something. One school of thought holds that cats cause allergic reactions. I come from the school of thought that believes people should always be polite.
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The above methodology occurs when al-ImEm al-TurmudhE stands the school of thought which he opts for in the matters of khilEfiyyah and the practice of Muslims who concern the issue of declaration of chosen school of thought and is approved by him.
The Heroic school of thought dismisses the notion of predictability in war, as war is a human endeavor encompassing armed violence directed at achieving an end.
I am simply asking this question to make it clear that following a particular school of thought is not essential.
One school of thought says you can't have too many newsfeeds about architecture and the arts.
One school of thought holds that the toxin attacks immune cells called macrophages and that this assault unleashes inflammatory proteins that damage the blood vessels.
Parker also presents original theories--a school of thought called "Urban Inspirational Metaphysics,' a scientific breakdown of rap, and "The HipHop Declaration of Peace;' first unveiled at the United Nations in May 2001.
Or there is the other school of thought - the Charlton school.
We have also found that publications on R&D management can be classified according to the same four forms of reasoning; however, publications favor one school of thought while managers favor a different one.
One school of thought is that it's not a big deal for efficacy trials, that enough people will become infected and will not opt to take [antiretroviral] drugs that you'll be able to get a clean answer.
Gates, the richest man in history and the closing figure in this book, is a high-profile partisan of that school of thought.
The other school of thought is that you should have a base of 62 miles per week The second school is the "collapse theory" which requires that the daily average mileage consist of one-third of your race distance.
Batali is disheartened by the newly indoctrinated EEC school of thought, which believes that eggs should be pasteurized and everything should be standardized.
In an era when managers such as "chainsaw" Al Dunlap have been (at least initially) praised for cost cutting and restructuring, one school of thought holds that CEOs need to take their managerial cues from the likes of Attila the Hun or Genghis Khan.
One school of thought holds that parish schools are an essential response of our scriptural mandate to "go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations.
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