Although both the clones behaved individualistically
under the combined menace of salinity/sodicity.
Egyptians are individualistically
driven, always inclined to place their personal desires above the nation's interests.
As Daniel Payne writes, "the Orthodox tradition understands the human being ecclesially rather than individualistically
." (153) As a consequence, the tradition has a problem with the idea of individual rights in the Western manner.
For instance, in a seminal study, Fiske (2002) showed that individualistically
oriented people were more likely to "free-ride" in larger groups, whereas collectivists did not or hardly reacted to group size in their decision of whether to free-ride or not.
Also, because this medical school ranks among its country's most prestigious, selective institutions of higher education, its students may not be wholly representative of their peers elsewhere in Colombia; for instance, they may be more individualistically
competitive, self-confident, and optimistic.
Eric Gordon, MD, for letting me read his article on Lyme's disease that he will hopefully send to the Townsend Letter so other practitioners can really begin to understand what it means to truly individualistically
to treat patients with complex chronic diseases.
Therefore, by increasing the presence of futures without material scarcity, we may increase our self-reflection on how our profit, power, and individualistically
driven society may be driving us toward a material scarcity rather than a seemingly material abundant economy.
In a multi-national context, there is often--and certainly in the climate change case--a superadditive aspect to the possible joint actions by the countries, in the sense that together they can (i) do more than the sum of their alternative individualistic policies, and (ii) generate a larger joint benefit than the sum of their benefits when acting individualistically
Whether answers by individuals on behalf of households will represent the preferences of all the individuals in the household in the same way as if they had each been questioned individually and individualistically
depends on such factors as respondents' knowledge of other household members' utility functions, whether respondents are altruistic and how households make collective consumption choices.
[i]f the serious writers of the Twenties had generally seen themselves as vanguard, advancing, individualistically
, aesthetically, apolitically, under the banner of experimental arts, those of the Thirties often saw themselves as inert agents driven by "inevitable", "necessary" forces beyond their individuality, recurring collective homage ...
Thus, while the Court's clarification of the differences between these three substantive norms of fundamental justice is welcome, its holding that they should be applied individualistically
is more difficult to accept.