If we convince ourselves that there is no such state of affairs
as "the absence of x," then there exists no entity for y to be causally related.
While only S1 indicates an outright opposition between subject and predicate, the expression for negation in each case indicates an incompatibility between the state of affairs
designated by the respective judgment and an opposite state of affairs
But the state of affairs
is such that unemployment has struck the federal prison system.
Our inability to imagine a state of affairs
associated with '17 is green' is, on this account, to be expected and not a mark of meaninglessness.
I'm retired, and I have the time now to read more, but after a while the state of affairs
gets me down.
But while the excerpted text lends a veneer of social awareness to the video, Bellona is more than a coincidental commentary on the current state of affairs
It kind of makes you want to interject with a Homer Simpson-like "d'oh," but apparently there are far too many managers who don't get it--and this seems to be a global state of affairs
FIRST we had the time to reflect on the state of affairs
in Ireland and now we have time to reflect on the state of affairs
in the rest of Europe.
This was the state of affairs
when historian Diana Lindsay brought Marshal's recorded experiences back into public purview with the publication of his writings, gleaned from the pages of Desert Magazine and anthologized in Marshal South And The Ghost Mountain Chronicles: An Experiment In Primitive Living.
trade deficit was expected to top $600 billion in 2004, Li insisted that the Communist Chinese regime would never abide such a state of affairs
At the same time, they argue the urgent need for others to take interest in the current state of affairs
It seems her mother, who is an octogenarian, went to the doctor and expressed how upset she was about the current state of affairs
It's bad enough that this state of affairs
exists at all.
This bizarre state of affairs
came to light in 1998, when scientists found that some distant exploded stars are dimmer, and therefore farther way, than expected.
The Committee heard from Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman William Donaldson about the current state of affairs
within the mutual fund industry; he acknowledged that market timing and late trading practices seem to be "quite widespread"--more than originally anticipated.