Chance Particulars

Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- CONTENTS -- INTRODUCTION -- ELEMENTS OF FINE WRITING -- PURPOSE OF THE NOTEBOOK -- Goal, Quest, Story -- CHANCE PARTICULARS -- Use of the Senses -- Specificity, Precision, and ...

Author: Sara Mansfield Taber

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9781421425085

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 144

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Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- CONTENTS -- INTRODUCTION -- ELEMENTS OF FINE WRITING -- PURPOSE OF THE NOTEBOOK -- Goal, Quest, Story -- CHANCE PARTICULARS -- Use of the Senses -- Specificity, Precision, and Concrete Detail -- PLACE -- Landscape and Nature -- Towns, Streets, and Buildings -- PEOPLE -- Portraits and Interviews -- Encounters, Observations, and Activities -- FACTS, HISTORY, AND CULTURE -- Basic Facts, History, and Cultural Observations -- TECHNICAL AND OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION -- Informational Notes -- CHRONICLE -- Record of Daily Activities and Travels -- PERSONAL RESPONSES -- Feelings and Contemplations -- COMMONPLACE NOTES: PERSPECTIVES OF OTHERS AND MISCELLANEA -- Quotations and Thoughts from Experts, Scholars, and Literary Forebears-and Other Miscellanea -- ASSOCIATIONS AND FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE -- Metaphor and Simile -- REFLECTIONS -- Thoughts and Musings -- WRITING NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- APPENDIX

The Philosophical Review

Chance is the particularity of the particular , its Peircian firstness , freshness ,
spontaneity , originality — or , in ... which is all that distinguishes it from the
general , and its undeducibility from antecedent particulars ( the impossibility of
deriving ...

Author: Jacob Gould Schurman


ISBN: UOM:39015074743413

Category: Philosophy


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An international journal of general philosophy.

The Great Ideas Man to world

Dethe universal but with the necessary . liberation about particular acts to be
done In the Republic Socrates assigns ... It is a mat probability - or , as it was later
called by Boole , ter of chance that cold weather occurs during the Venn , and ...

Author: Mortimer Jerome Adler


ISBN: UOM:49015000476433

Category: Great books of the Western World


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V.1 Angel to love.--v.2. Man to world.

The Anglo Welsh Review

But we have often been so mesmerised by the introduction of Edward Thomas
into the last few lines that we have missed the point , which is , that , in the
absence of Love , chance particulars and observations become important — the
children ...



ISBN: UOM:39015034366362

Category: English literature


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Chambers s Encyclopaedia

PROBABILITY . ( P + q ) 1+ .0+ 30 pne .... Pa found as follows : The chance of the
ball being Whose product is which is found ... q.q.p p * q * to determine the
probability that any particular ( P + 9 ) * ( P + gjö cause was the efficient one - the




Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries


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Chambers s encyclop dia

PROBABILITY . er ! I 1 19 .lt 1 . ...... 2 -- - 1 1 Whose product is PD found as
follows : The chance of the ball being which is found above to ( P +9 ) ” 1 be the
chance of WB . And so on . drawn from any particular bag is since all are ( D. )
This may ...

Author: Chambers W. and R., ltd


ISBN: OXFORD:600046768



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Choice and Chance a Libertarian Analysis

that a parpreceded B1 ' by chance ' as to say that B1 rather than B2 followed A1 '
by chance ' using in both cases the same senses of ' chance ' . On the other hand
it is not significant to say that a certain action had a particular agent ' by ...

Author: K. W. Rankin


ISBN: UOM:39015008232319

Category: Free will and determinism

Page: 182

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All India Reporter

Even now Government has fairly giving every kind of chance , an Appellate taken
no steps to support the application ... In any case there is no prima facie cer . ther
and better particulars of his claim . tainty or even great probability that a ro .



ISBN: STANFORD:36105062573477

Category: Law reports, digests, etc


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Forensic Science Review

The interaction of the above factors yields a “ likelihood ratio ” ( LR ) that is
described in ranges ; where an LR of 1 - 10 ... He starts from the proposition that
court testimony from an expert of the recovered fibers match those from a
particular ...



ISBN: STANFORD:36105062028548

Category: Criminal investigation


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The Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation

For example , although the radioactive decay of a particular atom is un - caused ,
i.e. , it is wholly a chance phenomenon according to present - day quantum
theory , the average lifetime of a large number of such atoms can be predicted
very ...

Author: American Scientific Affiliation


ISBN: UOM:39015081907951



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The Physics of Chance

The probability of finding the variable x in this range is 1 ( 8 + 10 ( x - 82 ) W ( to )
= expl - 52 | dx . ... In taking decisions that turn on random phenomena , the
habits of particular disciplines and of particular countries are now beginning to be

Author: Charles Ruhla

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: UOM:39015020870211

Category: Games of chance (Mathematics).

Page: 222

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This is an introduction to the ideas of randomness that are central to much of modern physics and have overthrown the 'clock-work universe' conceptions of earlier centuries. The author shows how the laws of probability and statistics were developed by such mathematicians as Fermat, Pascal, and Gauss, and how they received their first major application in physics in the kinetic theory of gases developed by Maxwell and Boltzmann.

Writing Well for the Technical Professions

Examples Definition and explanation First main point "Chance" is a word which is
in common use in everyday living. ... A physicist might ask the question: "What is
the chance that a particular gieger counter will register twenty counts in the next ...

Author: Anne Eisenberg

Publisher: Harpercollins College Division

ISBN: 0060418923

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 575

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Evolution Vs Creationism

It is adaptive because the reason for the differential in reproduction has to do with
a value that a trait of set of traits has in a particular environment . vv Natural
Selection and Chance . The myxomatosis example illustrates two important
aspects ...

Author: Eugenie Carol Scott

Publisher: Greenwood

ISBN: UCSD:31822033497546

Category: Science

Page: 272

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Provides an introduction to the current debate, offering a history of the controversey, the scientific evidence for evolution, a review of the legal implications of the debate, and a survey of various religious points of view concerning the theological issues involved in the debate.

The Nature and Laws of Chance Containing Among Other Particulars the Solutions of Several Abstruse and Important Problems the Whole After a N

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Author: Thomas Simpson

Publisher: Sagwan Press

ISBN: 1377123804

Category: History

Page: 98

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Science Versus Cancer

Let us begin from the point of view of the frequency of cancer in any one
particular family , and see how far this helps to ... expectation , while four or five
out of ten represents so high a proportion as to be beyond the possibility of pure
chance ?

Author: Isaac Berenblum


ISBN: WISC:89097461438

Category: Cancer

Page: 116

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Chance und Illusion

In particular , his apprehension had originated from concern that a purely working
- class party would be harnessed to a limited program addressed to the particular
needs of organized workers . Rather than allow the party to degenerate to the ...

Author: Wolfgang Maderthaner


ISBN: UOM:39015020715861

Category: Austria

Page: 376

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