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duality

the dual aspect of each business transaction, in which something is given by a firm and something is received in return, for example, goods for cash in a cash sale. Both aspects of a transaction are recorded in DOUBLE ENTRY ACCOUNTS. See ACCOUNTING.
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The artist is interested in the cosmic possibilities for man to find unity in the dualities which being part of the mortal world makes him experience on a regular basis.
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Dualist philosophers and theologists limit the spiritual life with mind-body or spirit-nature dualities. (Robinson, 1935, p 42) Contrary to dualism, monism denies that the mind and body are different substances.
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Tormented dualities and unblessed beginnings, and endings, are still nourishment for the spirit.
This article shows that the recognition of the dualities in equality (operator-equivalent) of the minus sign (unary-binary) and the zero (nullity-totality) during the transitional process from arithmetic to algebra by 12-13 year-old students constitutes a possible way to achieve the extension of the natural number domain to the integers.
The second part explores the globalization of symbols, their dualities, clash, and commonalities.
We're looking for the magic turn of phrase that will push the discussion past the realm of histrionic personal attacks, past the false and suffocating dualities that come about when the self-hatred defense is used against those who hold unpopular viewpoints, and into the realm of an objective and reasonable debate, a debate that could enhance our community's powers of serf-analysis by including twice as many participants.