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For Laozi, Dao as the source of everything is not only knowable, in knowing the harmony of opposites that governs the natural conditions of all things, but also bound up with his ethics.
Working from the premise that while characters are wholly knowable, people are not--and thus while a reader may have a comprehensive knowledge of all the characters in a novel, those same characters cannot ever fully know one another--Mitchell argues that Victorian novels and paintings represented the ways that recognizing these limitations, the confines of the self and the alterity of the other, could enable the individual to empathize with someone else.
You may want to wait awhile to see if some of the unknowables become knowable.
1 * All ordinary truths are knowable (scrutable) for the agent who uses the cosmoscope, i.
Although Comte agrees with Kant that "knowledge is relative to man's faculties," he also holds that man can grasp "facts knowable by sense perception"--albeit concrete facts, not abstract ones (pp.
To date, analysis has focused on the technologies that software enables, rather than the actual code that renders the city programmable and knowable in new ways.
Google has also shared some knowable issues with app that are as follows:
Here, Tavares has given us a compelling group of characters who are puzzled about the world they inhabit and deploy novel, often bizarre logic in order to wrestle it--as gracefully as Chaplin's Little Tramp in the boxing ring--into the realm of the knowable.
For an individual child, the outcome may be knowable only with time and after some years of intervention.
Or that one perfectly knowable refrain-- I never a met a girl that I
In the Shadow of the Sword (2012) by Tom Holland (Little, Brown, 25 [pounds sterling]) The historical truth of the dramatic rise of Islam may never be knowable, but Holland asks challenging and important questions
By calling her "the mom," Brenna establishes his mother as an entity who seems larger than life, a dominant figure who will never be completely knowable.
In addition to the focus on language in Kirkpatrick's essay, Vittorio Montemaggi explores Dante's conception of language as our means of both engaging in and expressing what is knowable and unknowable about God, while Theresa Federici presents Dante's self-fashioning as a scribe of God in the image of King David.
Everything in the present is knowable, but in the future, nothing is completely knowable.