Existential Faithfulness

Existential Faithfulness

First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Author: Caro Struijke

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415941539

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 199

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First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Existential Faithfullness

Existential Faithfullness

All other candidates are ungrammatical. 1.2 Existential Faithfulness Although I
adopt the premises of Correspondence Theory, I depart from the idea that
faithfulness constraints demand identity between the input and the output.
Instead, I claim ...

Author: Caro Struijke

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136721137

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 200

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First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

A Plain Account of Christian Faithfulness

A Plain Account of Christian Faithfulness

3 With these thoughts as a backdrop, we propose that for Wynkoop, Christian
faithfulness is a dynamic journey of “real people” following Christ in his “this-
world” kingdom, whose walk can be described as an existential and relational
journey of ...

Author: Rob A. Fringer

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781532655579

Category: Religion

Page: 258

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The title of this work—A Plain Account of Christian Faithfulness—is a play on John Wesley’s famous book, A Plain Account of Christian Perfection. It reflects the focus, character, and actions of David B. McEwan, for whom this book has been dedicated. The essays have been written by scholars from around the globe, each focusing on an aspect of faithfulness from a Wesleyan perspective, and covering the broad disciplines of Bible, theology, history, and pastoral theology. This book has something for everyone, and ultimately invites the reader into deeper Christian faith and faithfulness.
Categories: Religion

Human Values

Human Values

Faithfulness ' is defined in The Oxford English Dictionary of 1901 in a way that
leaves out what one might take as a central ... I shall take conjugal faithfulness as
a paradigm of Faithfulness , principally because it is an existential faithfulness .

Author: Godfrey Norman Agmondisham Vesey

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X000319255

Category: Ethics

Page: 231

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Categories: Ethics

MIT Working Papers in Linguistics

MIT Working Papers in Linguistics

Multiple correspondence and existential faithfulness ( Struijke 2000 ) play a
crucial role in this analysis . Struijke ( 2000 ) argues that faithfulness regulates
preservation , and that faithfulness constraints require that input elements be
present in ...

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ISBN: IND:30000100357429

Category: Linguistics

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Language

Language

This gives evidence for the ranking { * sp Vp , * skVk } >> Faithfulness >> * stVt . ...
For instance , SPEP is the acronym for the Society for Phenomenology and
Existential Philosophy and SCAC for the Southern Collegiate Athletics
Conference .

Author: George Melville Bolling

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000125194997

Category: Comparative linguistics

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Categories: Comparative linguistics

Kierkegaardiana

Kierkegaardiana

While Plato represents the paradigm of idealistic speculation , Socrates invents
the position of existential faithfulness . Confronted with the possibility of forgetting
the existential problems , Socrates chooses to stay in the world of finiteness .

Author: Niels Thulstrup

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X002521795

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The Ecumenist

The Ecumenist

But Jonestown reminds us that faithfulness by itself is not all that matters. Oxtoby
discusses faithfulness in examining what he calls “existential” truth. Here I see a
crucial gap in his formal account of conceptions of religious truth. Advocates of ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105025721403

Category: Christian union

Page:

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WCCFL 23

WCCFL 23

2000. Existential Faithfulness : A Study of Reduplicative TETI " . Feature
Movement and Dissimilation . PhD dissertation , University of Maryland .
Urbanczyk . Suzanne . 1998. A - templatic reduplication in Halq'eméylem .
WCCEL 17 , 655-669 .

Author: Vineeta Chand

Publisher:

ISBN: 1574730738

Category: Language and languages

Page: 852

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WCCFL 23: Proceedings of the 23rd West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics contains 60 papers presented at the April 2004 conference at UC Davis. The papers focus on phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and language development. The proceedings is available in paperback and library binding.
Categories: Language and languages

Review of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry

Review of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry

29 Although Binswanger was the first to directly apply Heidegger's thought to the
practice of existential psychiatry , his faithfulness to Heidegger's enterprise has
been called into question even by Heidegger himself . Spiegelberg puts it this ...

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ISBN: NWU:35558002880736

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Journal of Linguistics

Journal of Linguistics

Faithfulness and reduplicative identity . In Jill N. Beckman , Laura Walsh Dickey &
Suzanne ... Existential faithfulness : A study of reduplicative TETU , feature
movement , and dissimilation . Ph.D. dissertation , University of Maryland .
Toporišič ...

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ISBN: WISC:89075952408

Category: Language and languages

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Wrestling with an Angel

Wrestling with an Angel

18 This terse, instructive summary brings together pragmatic and moral
considerations. The argument is that this norm stems from Jewish history and
tradition. The main motive is existential: faithfulness to who we are, not betraying
our identity.

Author: Ehud Luz

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300129298

Category: History

Page: 368

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By regaining for the Jewish people the capacity to deploy force, Zionism posed moral dilemmas for the Jews that for many generations, living in exile, they had not had to confront. The return to full political life and the use of military force involved a profound revolution in the Jewish identity and aroused deep and painful misgivings. This thought-provoking book examines how the forging of a new moral stance on the use of force has affected Jewish identity in the Land of Israel and throughout the world. Drawing on historiography, philosophy, social commentary, ideological tracts, and belles lettres, Ehud Luz explores the ways that Zionist attitudes toward sovereignty were shaped by their Judaic heritage, in particular the prophetic literature and the halakhic (legal) tradition, which stressed the sanctity of human life and the strict prohibition against the shedding of innocent blood. Luz argues that despite secularization, Jewish tradition continues to influence the political life and national ethos of the Jews, and that the Jewish religious tradition is an important, sometimes even decisive factor in the way that political and cultural issues in Israel are resolved.
Categories: History

Input based Phonological Acquisition

Input based Phonological Acquisition

... Phonology, Diachrony Darya Kavitskaya THE EFFECTS OF DURATION AND
SONORITY ON CONTOUR TONE DISTRIBUTION A Typological Survey and
Formal Analysis Jie Zhang EXISTENTIAL FAITHFULNESS A Study of
Reduplicative ...

Author: Tania Zamuner

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135885090

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 168

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This book provides an analysis of two theories of language acquisition: the theory that acquisition is primarily mediated by innate properties of language provided by universal grammar, and the opposing theory that language is acquired based on the patterns in the ambient language. A problem not often considered is that these two theories are confounded because the structures that are frequent across languages are also typically the most frequent within a specific language. In addition, the innate theory of language acquisition is difficult to quantify and qualify. Using cross-linguistic, corpus and experimental approaches, this book attempts to contrast these theories through an examination of the acquisition of word-final consonants in English.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Existentialism and the Modern Predicament

Existentialism and the Modern Predicament

We may say that someone is true to his word , to his friend and to himself , and
here " true " has the meaning of " loyal , constant , faithful or adhering faithfully ” ;
it corresponds to the German term treu . In Shakespeare's Cymbeline this
meaning ...

Author: Frederick Henry Heinemann

Publisher: Praeger

ISBN: UVA:X000955398

Category: Philosophy

Page: 229

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Categories: Philosophy

Morphological Faithfulness to Syntactic Representations

Morphological Faithfulness to Syntactic Representations

Michael Hughes. McCarthy , John , and Alan Prince . 1995. Faithfulness and
Reduplicative Identity . ... Existential Faithfulness : A study of reduplicative TETU ,
feature movement , and dissimilation . Ph.D dissertation , University of Maryland .

Author: Michael Hughes

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822009160979

Category: German language

Page: 394

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Categories: German language

Re forming the Center

Re forming the Center

... especially those in the Wesleyan - Holiness tradition , found the gauge of
existential faithfulness and discipleship congenial , if not obvious . If some
fundamentalists and evangelicals were unsure of the merits of BSNY's inductive
approach ...

Author: Distinguished Professor of Church History and Theology Douglas Jacobsen

Publisher: Eerdmans Publishing Company

ISBN: UOM:39015045615419

Category: Religion

Page: 492

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This book deals with the structure and identity of American Protestantism in the 20th century, calling for a more nuanced, sophisticated profile than the standard bipolar model placing fundamentalism at one end and liberalism at the other.k
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Journal of African Languages and Linguistics

Journal of African Languages and Linguistics

Proceedings of NELS 17 : 595– 618 . Struijke , Caro ( 2000 ) . Existential
faithfulness . A study of reduplicative TETU , feature movement and dissimilation .
Ph.D. Dissertation . University of Maryland [ Published 2002 , New York :
Routledge ) .

Author:

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ISBN: IND:30000107225405

Category: African languages

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Studies in Uto Aztecan

Studies in Uto Aztecan

... a ? ag ' leg These facts are interesting from a theoretical perspective within
Optimality Theory ; Fitzgerald ( 1999b ) treats them as an argument for existential
faithfulness . This issue is not addressed here . For more discussion of these
issues ...

Author: Luis M. Barragan

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105028679673

Category: Uto-Aztecan languages

Page: 276

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Categories: Uto-Aztecan languages

Journal of Slavic Linguistics

Journal of Slavic Linguistics

Existential faithfulness : A study of reduplicative TETU , feature movement , and
dissimilation . Ph . D . dissertation , University of Maryland . Szymczak ,
Mieczysław , ed . ( 1981 ) Słownik języka polskiego . Warsaw : Państwowe
Wydawnictwo ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSC:32106019449492

Category: Slavic languages

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Categories: Slavic languages

An Introduction to the Great Creeds of the Church

An Introduction to the Great Creeds of the Church

In order to hear the primitive voice of Christian truth and to find existential
faithfulness to the Spirit of Christ , let us now turn to some ancient creeds and
confessions of faith . By considering these testimonies of the church militant , we
will learn ...

Author: Paul Traugott Fuhrmann

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105126642672

Category: Creeds

Page: 144

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Categories: Creeds