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- Common sense is a perennial topic in epistemology and widely used or referred to by many philosophers.
- Common sense is the genius of humanity.
- Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen.
- Common sense is usually a good enough guide as to what and what not to eat and do when you have implants.
- Common sense is sometimes appealed to in political debates, particularly when other arguments have been exhausted.
- October 15, 2003: Computer researchers on the prowl for human "common sense".
- Common law has been referred to as the "common sense of the community, crystallized and formulated by our ancestors".
- Both views are obviously false to one who has the least common sense and who has any knowledge of the lives and times of the earliest Muslims.
- Psychological Monism runs counter to common sense and experience.
- Author Dr. Benjamin Spock was a pediatrician who advised parents and other child-care givers to use common sense in raising their charges.
- Regarding the example, it is equally "common sense" that one must sacrifice some soldiers and civilians in a defensive war.
- Despite historic knowledge and common sense we will assume that someone, let's say from Skopje, wants to prove that the Muslim religion is atheistic.
- It does sound like common sense, but nonetheless it is something that should have a source.
- Unfortunately, common sense isn't a lot of sportswriters' strengths.
- Your teeth are one of your best assets, and heeding the advice of a dentist is just common sense.
- Common sense prevails, make sure you choose a dentist that performs dental implant cases on a regular basis.
- The above rules boil down to a simple statement: Use common sense and treat the owner as you would like to be treated.
- Picking the final keywords is a combination of number crunching and common sense.
- This avoided major conflicts concerning basic values since all shared a common set of mores and a common sense of destiny.
- Common sense is instinct, and enough of it is genius.
- The idea of using common sense and instinct to protect yourself are very much a part of our ninjutsu training.
- Consequently, this discerning judgment must pertain to the common sense, to which all sensory apprehensions are conveyed, as to their common terminus.
- A hypothesis brought about by common observations or common sense does not have scientific validity.
- Apply common sense to innovate and concentration to learn the scientific tea tasting.
- Common sense may be used to support a legal conclusion of obviousness so long as it is explained with sufficient reasoning.
- In short, there is a lot of plain common sense in Asatru.
- Later in the war, soldiers began to use their own common sense.
- More common sense: Hearty food needs a hearty wine, because it will make a lighter wine taste insipid.
- Geniuses are often accused of lacking common sense, or emotional sensitivity.
- Half Sigma: Thoughts on labor unions -- Half Sigma The new politics of common sense.
- United Future Peter Dunne A centrist or centre-right party which describes itself as based around "common sense".
- Some times, credit reports contain inaccuracies that lower your score, this is when a lender has to use a common sense approach to approving your loan.
- Like wise, as I sum up from his almost human like existence and common sense approach to life, I feel Krishna resides in all of us.
- In 1995, Mike Harris led the party to an election victory, running on a "Common Sense Revolution" platform.
- Aristotle noted that Socrates held that there was no such thing as incontinence, but this seems counter to common sense (see the section on Justice, above).
- Proper flag display is simple in concept and has centuries of tradition and common sense behind it.
- SDI has re-examined limits that are arbitrary or based solely on tradition and developed new guidelines using scientific data and common sense.
- Both books were certainly an interesting read, but I believe that common sense and intelligent thought throws itself to Rousseau.
- It is also interesting to note that common sense understandings can develop from sociological investigations.
- There is not, and never has been, anything in China of the nature of civil law, beyond local custom and the application of common sense.
- This article deals with the "Common Sense Revolution" as it was in Ontario under the Harris administration.
- The plant can tolerate anything from full sun to full shade, but needs a moderate amount of light, so just use common sense.
- If this leads to the anticipated success, it is likely the product not of innovation but of ordinary skill and common sense.
- Mo Udall is a leader whose good, common sense approach to issues has benefited Arizona in many ways.
- The need for co-ordinated revolutionary defence and attack is just common sense -- and had been reflected in CNT theory, policy and structure for decades.
- An element of both briefs is that written proof of obviousness should not be required to prove basic knowledge or common sense.
- Such scholars possess common sense and rationality on their side, since Buddha and Buddhism antedated Christianity by centuries, if not millennia.
- Sometimes the top of the cup is seen as lucky and the bottom is seen as unlucky, but you should use your intuition and common sense when deciding this.
- Mathematics is often erroneously referred to as the science of common sense.
- On Directing reveals not only the author's breadth of knowledge and literary intelligence but also his common sense and warm sense of humor.
- This is common sense based on the basic ideology of anarchism.
- I am not going to do the mathematics here, but just appeal to common sense.
- In this case, it is very important to use common sense and good judgement.
- Common sense would have us tend to both consequences and intentions.
- They must learn many things in a rigorous manner that, on reflection and with experience, amount to common sense.
- Cycling is not an inherently dangerous activity if you use a little common sense and learn a couple of things.
- The common sense also perceives sensory intentions, for example when someone sees that he is seeing.
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* Artificial Intelligence
* Case Law
* Good Judgment
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