Adjective(1) (of language
(1) Unfortunately, the import of these qualifications has been less than perspicuous .(2) This is a simple but perspicuous consequence of the Cartesian doctrine of sensible qualities and its conception of matter.(3) His was a perfectly balanced personality - tolerant, truthful, perspicuous and magnanimous.(4) He is now, though not wholly perspicuous , less enigmatic than he was at the beginning.(5) What the philosophers in question owe us is a perspicuous explanation of how there can be a class of entities which do not behave like particulars.(6) Montague suggested a perspicuous way to capture the principle of compositionality formally.(7) They appreciated the high seriousness and the perspicuous aspects of his intelligence, both evident in his books.(8) Mr Gray's claims also contradict the principle of the perspicuity of Scripture - that the ordinary Christian can understand the Bible.(9) We believe in the authority, sufficiency, inspiration, perspicuity , inerrancy and providential preservation of the Scriptures.(10) My point, rather, is that the scholastic interpretation is just that, an interpretation-not a reading of what the text perspicuously says.(11) It seeks, that is, not only to articulate and explicate - to perspicuously display - naturalism, but as well to give sound and rounded defence of naturalism.(12) But I think that the reason is that we experience the effects of late capitalism more perspicuously .(13) In a few places Augustine could write confidently of the clarity and perspicuity of the Bible.(14) To put Kant's universal principle more perspicuously : an action is just if it respects the freedom of others, and does so not accidentally but on principle.(15) But it would have enabled him to analyze his downfall more perspicuously .(16) My reply is that the increase in risk of error in accepting the conjunction is negligible and the gain in perspicuity in accepting the conjunction is considerable.
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8. unclouded ::
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