See, for example, Ibn Taymiyya's request of an ordeal by fire to test the claims of Sufi Monists
, in Ibn Taymiyya, Majmu' al-fatawa, 11: 459-68.
or dualist character of a legal system; the specific type of
In comparison to the hybrid monist
system in the United States, the
The question, however, is whether Ross has succeeded in avoiding the dualism and the antinomies, or whether he has in reality put forward precisely such a realist, monist
theory that he considers to be unable to even find its study object.
And for those troubled by the monist
ambitions of modern liberalism, Pauline theology offers something more: a starting place for revision.
Eliot, 'Leibniz's Monads and Bradley's Finite Centers', The Monist
, 26.4 (Oct 1916), 566-76.
(186) This approach overcomes the issues raised with the above alternate models, as the systems maintain separate rules of attribution (which posed problems for the monist
argument) and yet can adopt findings of the legal elements of the primary obligation (which posed issues for the dualist argument).
AND DUALIST LEGAL SYSTEMS: BOLIVIA AS A MONIST
image schemas, and close analysis of a necessarily limited number of lyric poems to document Hardy's inward journey into solitariness, moving towards an embrace of nescience (the condition of not knowing) and affirming his monist
perspective on the universe's organization.
This debate on the basis of international Law will give birth to both the monist
and--its antonym--pluralist threads.
conceptions of reality, but also madness and sanity.
George Rudebusch identifies Socrates' theory of virtue as Reductive Monist
Intellectualism (RMI), which he characterizes as the view that expressions such as 'piety,' 'courage,' 'temperance,' etc.