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  • In [[mathematics]] and [[computing]], an '''algorithm''' is a finite sequence of well-defined instructions for accomplishing some task that, giv ...eenth century. The meaning of the word was also broadened to include all definite mathematical procedures for solving problems or performing tasks.
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  • ... of time around the sixth century.<ref name="abahatta">[http://banglapedia.search.com.bd/HT/A_0001.htm Abahattha] in {{Harvnb|Asiatic Society of Bangladesh|2 ... depends on the noun's degree of [[animacy]]. When a [[article (grammar)|definite article]] such as -টা ''-ţa'' (singular) or -গুলা ''-gula'' (p
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  • ...n theology with [[Existentialism|existentialist philosophy]] (drawing on research in [[psychology]] in the process). Between 1952 and 1954, Tillich gave the For Tillich, human existence, that of a finite being, inevitably means an alienation from Being. In stark contrast to trad
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  • ...rld. It is said that the material universes exist in a small space of an infinite and eternal 'spiritual sky', known as [[Vaikuntha]]. The spiritual sky, Vai ...o observe the laws and commandments to know God better and to elevate this finite world to a level in which God can dwell; and this ultimate purpose of creat
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  • ...ary concepts of truth and error to have meaning, there must be an actual infinite mind, an Absolute Knower, that encompasses all truths and all possible erro ...truth in an abstract and formal way, now turned to practical philosophy in search of wisdom and understanding. His work on ethics, ''The Philosophy of Loyalt
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  • ...tiated by [[Aristotle]], the dialectic refers to a movement of the mind in search for truth. In contrast to the Sophists, [[Socrates]] professed to search for nothing but the truth. By applying his well-known “Socratic irony,”
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  • ...lar of Kabbalah and spread its teachings during this era. As part of that "search for meaning" in their lives, Kabbala received its biggest boost in the Jewi ... the idea of hereditary Hasidic dynasties and taught that each Hasid must "search for the ''tzaddik'' ('saintly/righteous person')" for himself&mdash;and wit
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  • ...ust be finite because a plurality requires a finite and definite number; infinite because two or more things require boundaries or distinguishing marks, but ... an infinite multiplication of any magnitude greater than zero yields an infinite magnitude). Thus, lines are not divisible.
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  • ...ossible for any planar map, but every known proof involves a computational search that is too long to check by hand.]] ....wolfram.com/DeepTheorem.html Deep Theorem], Wolfram Math World, Wolfram Research. Retrieved March 16, 2008.</ref> A theorem might be simple to state and yet
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  • ...at which is in itself and is conceived through itself"), with absolutely infinitely many attributes. In Descartes' ''Principles'', he ascribed each substance For Spinoza, God's having absolutely infinitely many attributes entails that God must have ''every'' possible attribute.
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  • ...ir immediate faith experience, is largely a mythical construct of naïve research. By its very nature, the human mind includes an element of reflection, no m ...s belief. From the times of the [[pre-Socratics]], Greek philosophers have searched for the ultimate origin of things in ways clearly distinct from polytheis
    72 KB (11,146 words) - 19:56, 25 March 2019
  • ...fore [[World War II]], it was not uncommon for European intellectuals of research caliber to teach high school. It should be kept in mind that between 1923 a ...return to [[Vienna]] during the first half of 1935 to work with Menger's research group. From Vienna he traveled to [[Paris]] to present his ideas on truth a
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  • ...neral relativity]] yields an infinite [[density]] and [[temperature]] at a finite time in the past.<ref>[[Stephen Hawking|S. W. Hawking]] and [[George Ellis| ...on|horizons]]. Since the universe has a finite age, and light travels at a finite speed, there may be events in the past whose light has not had time to reac
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  • ...uinas does not, like [[Duns Scotus]], make the reader his companion in the search for truth. Rather, he teaches authoritatively. On the other hand, he felt d ... hidden ''(Deus absconditus)'' and others revealed ''(Deus revelatus)'' to finite human minds. In Aquinas's mind, we can know ''about'' God through his creat
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  • ...en, Willem J. 1950. [http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1950AJ.....55...86L The search for white dwarfs.] ''Astronomical Journal.'' 55(1183):86&ndash;89. Retrieve ...tic corrections will alter the result so that the radius becomes zero at a finite value of the mass. This is the limiting value of the mass&mdash;called the
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  • ...e academic tendency to seek knowledge for knowledge’s sake as opposed to searching for a truth that would be worth living (and dying) for. For this reason, ... that while being a finite and limited being in time the human seeks the infinite, unlimited, and eternal.
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  • ...od transcends finite forms of being and thus cannot be reached directly by finite human minds, although indirect rational proofs may be possible. The opposit ...rsal) dimension, it is normal that evidence for God’s existence has been searched for by using nearly every approach and every faculty. Besides logic and r
    81 KB (12,956 words) - 15:44, 24 June 2017
  • The bombe searched for the correct settings of the Enigma rotors, and required a suitable "c ...per tape gave the machine the possibility of carrying on its computation infinitely. No actual Turing machine would be likely to have practical applications,
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  • ...can include or overlap with meanings implied by other concepts such as [[infinite]], [[totality]], and [[perfection]]. In [[Christian theology]], the Absolut ...ection, eternity, and others, absolute can be articulated only by negating finite concepts. Something that is absolute, in itself, is not immediately or dire
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  • ...rtook several journeys around [[Europe]] for the purposes of educational research, and became particularly interested in [[philology]]. He produced several s ...ired to his estate in Tegel near Berlin, and concentrated on writing and research. In 1829, he served as Chairman of the Commission on the Foundation and Int
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