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Neutrosophic Dialogues

By: Florentin Smarandache

... state between them? Can ‘both true and false, neither true nor false’ be logical?” Is logic a closed static form or an open and dynamic practice? (I... ...neself in order to reach suunyataa [the ultimate reality], Ch'an Buddhism: Logical and Illogical, http://ccbs.ntu.edu.tw/FULLTEXT/JR-PHIL/ew27057.htm... ...o focus on mathematical models rather than the depth of philosophy. (As a consequence, the new achievement of neural network technology fails to brin... ...ething with merit. Our generations are losing our basics in a man, as the consequence of our cultural disaster. As a product of the Chinese culture... ...rational, but not antagonistic. However, 1+1 may be equal to 3 in another logical system invented by yourself. Nothing will exist and last in neutros... ...d by 1. Neutrosophy is not true or false, but is a tool that measures the logical value of a proposition. In the study you read, I neutrosophically ... ...he theoretical approach, which when fully developed, is fixed into such a logical model as a concept, model or science. The science, however, will fa... ...ontrolling these catalytic conditions, we can have some influence over our consequences. We need to practice good deeds during our lifetime to genera... ...n has a result. Whatever people decide to do, it is their choice, their consequence. We simply accord with the condition as we educate them and th...

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The Unfettered Life of Kenyon of New Orleans

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...here she was bereft of thoughts and plans, which were, after all, of less consequence than the lightning bugs that swarmed now amongst the towering d... .... Sleep, even as nightmares, was not so dreadful as it had no lingering consequences; and perhaps this provided the distinction: that which was le... ... been needed in one respect or another. Thus, back then, she had been of consequence, loved rightly or perversely, but loved, and youthful rebellion... ...on due to the sorry state of the world, and that there was something more logical to her state of mind than crazed sentiment alone. Nature, which sho... ...when she might see him, if she were to even find the store at all, it was logically nonsensical that his appearance would be equally unfixed in the m... ... to prey on me at an elderly and more fragile juncture? If you were to be logical, instead of letting me affect you so viscerally, me ending my life...

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Tokyo to Tijuana: Gabriele Departing America

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...more than just diving into sensual experiences when she could no longer stay logical without slipping into a philosophical void: it had been a sociolo... ...een in a closet crying was worse than insane for one who was so proud of her logical skills, and so believing that she could stare down the eyes of wi... ...ikely to beat up on their wives or open fire in a McDonald's Restaurant as a consequence. She even argued to herself that by her service she was a bi... ...nd yet her feelings were muted by logic. and Gabriele was, after all, a very logical person. She told herself that being here with illiterate, drug de... ...would not be her first choice; and yet she had it because it was the natural consequence of a military family. From her mother and then Peggy and her... ...ldish mind could concoct. It was mostly a feeling since he was not all that logical. He remembered that mesmerized and fixated look of yearning for ... ...n whatsoever. As an artist she believed that her mission was to thread a new logical relationship of old ideas or facts if not formulate new ideas the... ...some sense about such things and will probably live to be 120 years old as a consequence, God forbid! " She pulled out two cans of beer from a cooler... ...recipient which shows it to be the way the thing really is regardless of the consequences. A cat can pretend to be stealth and invisible, but does th...

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Anna Karenina

By: Leo Tolstoy, Graf

...hildren. Beg her forgiveness, sir. There’s no help for it! One must take the consequences. . . ” “But she won’t see me.” “You do your part. God is mer... ... point—his complete indifference to the business in which he was engaged, in consequence of which he was never carried away, and never made mistakes. ... ...s of champagne, and he took a glass of champagne with every one, and when in consequence he met any of his disreputable chums, as he used in joke to c... ...etsky girl might have made a better match, yet these words had all the while consequence for them, and they were feeling just as Kitty did. The whole ... ...would be proved he could not tell, but he knew that this would inevitably be logically proved to him, and he awaited the proofs. The argument turned o... ...of those people, always a source of wonder to Levin, whose convictions, very logical though never original, go one way by themselves, while their life... ...telligent people that after enormous efforts, and an enormous expenditure of logical subtleties and words, the disputants finally arrived at being awar... ...his hand, motionless, thinking. “Of course,” he said to himself, as though a logical, continuous, and clear chain of reasoning had brought him to an i... ...ithdraw their admission, and Sergey Ivanovitch began to prove that they must logically admit either that they had verified the accounts or that they ha...

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The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

By: Charles Dickens

...e things that were done, said, thought, expected, hoped, and prophesied in consequence, is beside the present course and purpose of these adventures. ... ...e, and I am sorry for it. What happened to you afterwards, was as much the consequence of accident as design, and more your fault than his; and it sha... ...vailed upon to grant the promised interview. The last he held to be a very logical deduction from the premises, inasmuch as it was but natural to supp... ...onless in his head. ‘Don’ t take it to heart,’ said Nicholas; ‘it’ s of no consequence; you see I don’t care about it; you followed the wrong person, ... ...ger it was her intention to fall into hysterics immediately , and that the consequences might be more serious than he thought for. John looked rather ... ...lso, and a very large wen too, and he demanded to have his wages raised in consequence, because he found it came very expen- sive. Let me see, what wa...

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The Dukes Children

By: Anthony Trollope

... great importance, that he could hardly be justified in abandon- ing it in consequence of arguments so trifling in them- selves as these which his son... ...s ideas as any man in England, and who had argued out these ideas to their consequences. As by the spread of education and increase of the general wel... ...the Leger. Early in the morning he was taken out and picked up a nail. The consequence was he could not run. ‘Now I must come to the bad part of my st... ...desire to inform his Lordship that should cash be wanting to any amount in consequence of the late races, they will be happy to accommodate his Lordsh... ... unborn. But I’ve got two things to say, and I’ll say what aren’t the most consequence first. These hounds belong to me. ’ Here he paused, and a lou... ...nt in regard to the colour of the Dean’s lodge had stood in the way of his logical studies,—so that he was unable to put his argument into proper shap...

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A Woman of Thirty

By: Honoré de Balzac

..., however, they come to a sudden stand. One of the traces had given way in consequence of the furious pace at which the post-boy, obedient to his orde... ...him ungrate- ful; he followed the Bourbons into exile at Ghent, a piece of logical loyalty which falsified the horoscope drawn for him by his late fat... ...d’Aiglemont had lost her mother in her early child- hood; and as a natural consequence in her bringing-up, she had felt the influence of the relaxed n...

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A Treatise on Parents and Children

By: George Bernard Shaw

...compels us to ac- cept it from those adults among whom political and theo- logical discussion does as a matter of fact lead to the drawing of knives a... ...ry day at marriages or financial specula- tions that may involve far worse consequences than burnt fingers. And just as it is part of the business of ... ...n dealing with children what is needed is not logic but sense. There is no logical reason why young persons should be allowed greater control of their... ...erty the day after they are twenty-one than the day before it. There is no logical reason why I, who strongly object to an adult stand- ing over a boy... ...ners, and practice on his docility to make him learn them. And there is no logical reason why I should do for a child a great many little offices, som... ...e cannot break up the facts of kinship nor eradicate its natural emotional consequences. What we can do and ought to do is to set people free to behav...

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Trade Facilitation through Customs Procedures: Assessment of Apec's Progress

By: Its Global

...minated KPIs and of the data collected for them precluded precise conclusions about the consequences of the Actions and Measures on Customs Procedure... ...nd it is reasonable to presume that many, if not most, of these changes were the direct consequence of TFAP II Actions and Measures. The number of... ... trade transaction costs was due to policy changes generally, let alone how much was a consequence of those policy and administrative changes that h... ...a consequence of those policy and administrative changes that had been introduced as a consequence of either the First or the Second TFAP. Table... ...tions and measures have also been implemented. As the data are generated as a direct consequence of implementing the TRS actions and measures in ... ... capacity to fulfill obligations under the WTO TBT and SPS Agreements. b) To ensure a logical development of technical infrastructure capacity bas...

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Died and Moved In

By: Christine Jones

...th embarrassment. I thought, okay, calm yourself girl. Now speak clearly, logically and above all, don’t ramble on. “Ah, no, I’m not epileptic. Ah, f... ... exhausted yet my brain is still on a marathon. I find myself looking for logical explanations. Perhaps it’s a premonition of something to come. Na,... ...lieve me. Though this is to be expected, he hasn’t exactly come up with a logical explanation to convince himself any different. “I didn’t know you ... ...what’s on the line and wouldn’t dare fuck this up, especially knowing the consequence if he did. Ali doesn’t like what we’ve planed at all; however,... ... myself; this sucks and why in the hell does Michael have to be so bloody logical. For fuck sake, he’s been blabbing to his mate about Salem’s lot y...

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Listen with Your Heart

By: Barbara Scott

... more confidence, we’ll figure out some way. Are you sure you’re up to the consequences?” “Louise, I can’t sleep for wanting him.” “Then, let’s... ...lenched fists against his temples. “An accident.” “It’s all so simple, so logical,” she said. “If Carew has any fairness at all, he’ll see we can’...

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Mankind in the Making

By: H. G. Wells

...for him- self alone, it goes to feed, to clothe, to educate those cardinal consequences of his being, his children; he builds for them, he plants for ... ...ings from the dawn of time and lives in offspring and thought and material consequence, for ever. This over-accentuation in the past of man’s egoistic... ...laim, an intention, however futile in its conception and disastrous in its consequences, to establish a wider security, to destroy a standing menace, ... ...ty of births attained under its influence. T o begin these speculations in logical order we must begin at the birth point, we must begin by asking how... ... every reason to believe that transitory ill-health in the parent is of no consequence at all to the offspring. Neither does acquired constitutional i... ... remember, was oratory. This aspect of school work was the traditional and logical development of the culture language-teaching. But as in Europe the ... ...ion to that pitch. There is no deliberate and professed training at all in logical thought—except for the use of Euclid’s Elements to that end—nor in ... ...l or share properties to trustees. Vigorous confiscation is a particularly logical punishment for the proven corrup- tion of public officers by any pr... ...is just as much paternity as begetting a son. The last temporary raft of a logical moral code goes to pieces at this, and its separated spars float he...

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Biographical Essays

By: Thomas de Quincey

..., viz., the shipwreck of Sir George Somers on the Bermudas, (which were in consequence denominated the Somers’ Islands,) did not occur until the year ... ...d her sexual pride, and to insure her lasting scorn and hatred. These were consequences which the gentle-minded Shakspeare could not face. He pursued ... ... suc- ceeded so splendidly for his worldly prosperity, and with a train of consequences so vast for all future ages. Such, we are persuaded, was the r... ...pe, ever since he 82 Biographical Essays translated Homer, and chiefly in consequence of that transla- tion. This seems at first sight unfair, becaus... ...eased by a fourth in 1732,) though in itself a trifling work, had one vast consequence. It drew after it swarms of libels and lampoons, levelled almos... ... together into a fasciculus by the printer, but having no natural order or logical dependency; generally so vague as to mean nothing. Like the general... ...ust caution the readers of Pope against too much reliance upon the chrono- logical accuracy of his editors. All are scandalously careless; and general... ...s in the extraordinary value of the life considered separately for itself. Logically, it is not allowable to say that here; and, considering the princ... ... of 1763-64 occupy a considerable space in Goethe’s Memoirs, and with some logical propriety at least, in consideration of their being exclusively att...

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The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby

By: Charles Dickens

...r connected with a suppurated abscess that some boy had come home with, in consequence of his Y orkshire guide, philosopher, and friend, having ripped... ...ent, inasmuch as he had only acted upon it once, and had ruined himself in consequence. Mr Ralph Nickleby heard all this with a half-smile; and when t... ... one—that bore the impress of pity or compassion. Near to the jail, and by consequence near to Smithfield also, and the Compter, and the bustle and no... ... way , and it was supposed that these miraculous occurrences took place in consequence. And yet I hardly know how that could have been, either, becaus... ...alf-way up the troublesome flight of steps which leads to death’s door, in consequence of expo- sure to the cold. They were then regaled with a light ... ...ICKLEBY to advantage, she could not exactly remember. However, as she very logically remarked, there must have been some young person in that way of b... ...vailed upon to grant the promised interview. The last he held to be a very logical deduction from the premises, inasmuch as it was but natural to supp...

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Sketches

By: Charles Dickens

...to show the old lady, generally dropping a worm or two at every visit. The consequence was, that one morning a very stout silk-worm was discovered in ... ...been doing. The opposite party wholly neglected these precautions, and the consequence was, that a great many ladies who were walking leisurely up to ... ... to the aggregate amount of births in the metropolis and its environs. The consequence is, that the monthly loan society flourishes, and invests its m... ... extraordinary chance, taking down his master’s shut- ters. The inevitable consequence is, that she just steps, milk-jug in hand, as far as next door,... ...s wife; the one-pair front has an undying feud with the two-pair front, in consequence of the two-pair front persisting in dancing over his (the one- ... ...d the toad-eating Flamwell. ‘At least, I apprehend that to be the just and logical deduction?’ said Sparkins, in a tone of interrogation. ‘No doubt of...

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Essays of Michel de Montaigne Book the Second

By: William Carew Hazilitt

...cture of the Parians, sent to regulate the Milesians sufficient for such a consequence as they from thence derived coming to visit the island, they to... ...pretend to an interest in their care. ’Tis a thing of too great weight and consequence to be so tumbled and tossed and altered every moment, and where... ..., who only desire to become more wise, not more learned or eloquent, these logical and Aristotelian dispositions of parts are of no use. I would have ... ...the world knows and things that have drawn after them public and such high consequences, is an inexcusable defect. In fine, whoever has a mind to have... ...urs assist it, though choler predominate; —if they will thence draw a like consequence, that when the wicked man does wickedly, he does it by all the ... ...n who are taken notice of; it must be some very eminent greatness, or some consequence of great im- portance that fortune has added to it, that signal...

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The Arrow of Gold : A Story between Two Notes

By: Joseph Conrad

... as soon as he fell silent. I think the effect was purely physical, but in consequence whatever he said seemed inadequate and as if produced by a comm... ...sly painful hesitation, hastened out after the man with the white hair. In consequence of these movements I was left to myself and I began to be uncom... ..., having words in common, understanding each other. And yet! … Our psycho- logical sense is the crudest of all; we don’t know, we don’t perceive how s... ...very rare thing) finishing some phrase of protest with the words “ … Of no consequence.” I heard them as I would have heard any other words, for she h... ...his over. But it appeared that I had not reflected sufficiently on all the consequences of that step. First of all the sight of the Villa looking shab... ...most daring character (and I make no claim to it) often do shrink from the logical processes of thought. It is only the devil, they say, that loves lo... ...he house, for I had regained complete command of my thoughts. Working in a logical succession of images they showed me at last as clearly as a picture...

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A Bundle of Letters

By: Henry James

...paniment. I mentioned to you before that my expectation of rough usage, in consequence of my German nationality, had proved completely unfounded. No o... ... to be treated worse. I have not, as I say, fully explained to myself this logical contradiction; but this is the explanation to which I tend. The Fre...

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Speeches: Literary and Social

By: Charles Dickens

... “material age.” I cannot comprehend—if anybody can I very much doubt— its logical signification. For instance, has electricity become more material i... ...ut who are nevertheless an essential part of the theatrical system, and by consequence bear a part in con tributing to our pleasures. We owe them a d... ...ave never seen your daughter; you have lived upon bread and water, and, in consequence, are extremely weak, and suffer from occasional lowness of spir...

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Analysis of Social Aspects of Migrant Labourers Living with Hiv/Aids Using Fuzzy Theory and Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

...gram should be very suggestive to make them aware of the disease and the consequence of their high-risk behavior which will ultimately land them wi... ...ant to mention at least 4% of them acknowledged that they are reaping the consequences of their deeds. Some of them were stoic. When we asked what t... ...nt reveals that the other three conditions cannot be ignored and have its consequences in spreading HIV/ AIDS. Similarly by taking a vector Y K one... ...se refer Smarandache. DEFINITION 4.1.1: In the neutrosophic logic every logical variable x is described by an ordered triple x = (T, I, F) where T... ...tent logic, which means contradictory sources of information about a same logical variable, proposition or event one has T + I + F > 1. Thus ... ...t when he had sex with other women and with CSWs he was not aware of the consequences. He has two children. His wife is also affected with HIV. Hi... ...with no one to question and had no conscience and could not think of the consequences. o. The sudden change of atmosphere and the urban settings p... ...Association, 259 (1988) 1333-1337. 69. McCulloch, W.S., and Pitts, W., “A Logical Calculus of the Ideas Immanent in Nervous Activity,” Bulletin of ... ...ormation and Control, 8 (1965) 139-146. 122. Zhang, W., and Chen, S., “A Logical Architecture for Cognitive Maps,” Proceedings of the 2 nd IEEE I...

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