This second meaning of the word Time qualifies Absolutistic
via our Formalism.
In either case, the results of both studies support the same theoretical assumption of REBT: There is an underlying irrational, absolutistic
demand at the center of an individual's dysfunctional thought process.
And although the majority of the Hungarian nobility were hostile to the enlightened absolutistic
Habsburg court, the messages of enlightenment drifting eastward from west of Vienna reached more and more people.
TABLE 1 Correlation of Loevinger's (1976) and Cook-Greuter's (1999) Ego Level, General Altitude, and Graves's (1971) Self-Related Stages Loevinger's and Cook- Greuter's Ego Level General Altitude Graves's Values Level Clear light Ultraviolet Unitive (a) Violet Ego- or Construct-aware Indigo Global Viewa Turquoise Autonomous Teal Systemica Individualist Green Relativistic Conscientious Orange Multiplistic Self-conscious Conformist Amber Absolutistic
Self-protective Red Egocentric Impulsive Magenta Magic-Animistic Symbiotic Infrared Presocial Autistic (a) These stages are tentative proposals based on early data.
A consistent pessimism in regard to man's rational capacity for justice leads to absolutistic
political theories; for they prompt the conviction that only preponderant power can coerce the various vitalities of a community into a working harmony.
The Meiji Constitution adopted both the absolutistic
theory that the sovereignty of the Emperor is based on the divine will of a god similar in theory to the divine right of kings on the one hand, and various principles of modern constitutionalism on the other.
Quite the contrary; in this view, it is the individual who claims to be able to stand apart form all such values and commitments and achieve utter value-neutrality who is making absolutistic
21) Likewise, Loehe deplored the absolutistic
claims made by Martin Stephan.
According to Nicholas Capaldi, Enlightenment "reason" as a self-knowledge and as a useful knowledge, especially pertaining to human nature, critically targeted feudal economy, religious intolerance, and absolutistic
According to this theory, depression is characterized by predominance of negative cognitions in the form of pervasive, absolutistic
statements about themes of loss, deprivation, failure, and personal inadequacy, whereas in anxiety, the cognitions reflect possible harm and danger in a more situational, probabilistic, and anticipatory way (Beck, Brown, Steer, Eidelson, & Riskind, 1987; Clark, Beck, & Brown, 1989).
Nonetheless, the Church consistently links gender roles and power differentials to absolutistic
discourse on nature, thereby suggesting the unchangeable and necessary character of the present.