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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 Ulema of various schools of thought also held-out assurance to fully cooperate with the police in this regard.
They should have never asked any questions about schools of thought.
Thus, what is his position while facing the dispute issues among a range of schools of thought during that moment?
Owing to the foresight and farsightedness of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought was established 20 years ago in pursuit of Islamic awakening," Moussavi said.
The model Linn develops for analysis, the three schools of thought in the Army, needs to be tested.
Many orthodox schools of thought and heretical movements in previous centuries receive basic and adequate treatment.
There are two schools of thought amongst men who are losing their hair.
We have found that managers of research subscribe to four different forms of reasoning about the R&D process, which we call Schools of Thought, and we propose that this explains some of the problems that occur in practice.
I am aware that there are basically two schools of thought in marathon training.
I quite understand that Marlowe's own sexuality is by no means a matter of certainty and that some schools of thought would in any case regard it as irrelevant to his work, but it does seem to me that Happe offers a much tamer and, ultimately, a much less interesting Marlowe than many other accounts.
Hewlett and West, however, try to distance themselves from both conservatives and liberals by arguing that "both schools of thought clobber kids.
The reforming schools of thought criticized in chapters 1 to 4 (Schillebeeckx, liberation theology, process theology, and transcendental Thomism) can be expected to appeal to experience for fundamentally different reasons, and with different construals of "experience" as a result.
There are several schools of thought on how performance should be evaluated and linked to the creation of shareholder value.
There are two schools of thought on strategic profiles, and both have assumed different perspectives on the conceptualization and adoption of competitive strategies.
There are two schools of thought among mental health workers concerning the treatment of people who have experienced a massive psychological trauma.
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