As with relational nominalism, austere
nominalism (1) denies that individuals (usually taken to be non-property items) intrinsically have any characteristics and (2) defines individuals as particulars (as nonuniversals).
nominalism has often been taken to involve an outright denial of the existence of properties.
In this study, McDermott investigates the austere
style employed by four "minimalist" writers.
The generation preceding the boomers had bone-deep memories of the Depression, attested by their austere
and absorbing, Escape is a convincing descent into a maelstrom of anguish and, ultimately, deadly despair.
That's when he falls in love with Trista Madison, an Aramco nurse who is as enthusiastic as Bud in wanting to explore this austere
, beautiful country with its complex and sometimes contradictory culture.
I sipped champagne at Domaine Chandon, "oohed" at Godfather Oscars, tried Sophia sparkling wine-in-a-can at the austere
Niebaum-Coppola Winery (as in Francis Ford), and learned about food and wine at Copia.
Lest my way of life sounds puritanical or austere
," he wrote, "I always emphasize that in the long run one can't satisfactorily say no to war, violence, and injustice unless one is simultaneously saying yes to life, love, and laughter.
The Mobile Port Operations Center is getting an A+ for functionality, versatility and usability in a very austere
environment," said Capt.
The flexible support provided from both naval sea basing and austere
sites ashore and the ability to operate successfully in a joint or combined environment highlight the value of Marine Aviation's expeditionary capabilities.
The recently announced austere
budget will keep public debt concerns at bay and a slowing decline in the exchange rate will keep inflation in check.
It can also stand on its own as storytelling at its best, describing a people, their austere
life broken momentarily by the sheer beauty of their surroundings.