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  • 1 Immediate — Im*me di*ate, a. [F. imm[ e]diat. See {In } not, and {Mediate}.] 1. Not separated in respect to place by anything intervening; proximate; close; as, immediate contact. [1913 Webster] You are the most immediate to our throne. Shak. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 2 Immediate amputation — Immediate Im*me di*ate, a. [F. imm[ e]diat. See {In } not, and {Mediate}.] 1. Not separated in respect to place by anything intervening; proximate; close; as, immediate contact. [1913 Webster] You are the most immediate to our throne. Shak. [1913 …

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  • 3 Knowledge — • Knowledge, being a primitive fact of consciousness, cannot, strictly speaking, be defined; but the direct and spontaneous consciousness of knowing may be made clearer by pointing out its essential and distinctive characteristics Catholic… …

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  • 4 Knowledge of Jesus Christ — • Knowledge of Jesus Christ, as used in this article, does not mean a summary of what we know about Jesus Christ, but a survey of the intellectual endowment of Christ Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Knowledge of Jesus Christ      …

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  • 5 immediate — *direct Analogous words: *nearest, next: intuitive, instinctive Antonyms: mediate (knowledge, relation, operation): distant (relatives) …

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  • 6 Knowledge by acquaintance — The contrasting expressions knowledge by acquaintance and knowledge by description [Lazerowitz (p.403) prefers direct knowledge and indirect knowledge for knowledge by acquaintance and knowledge by description respectively. The pursuit of… …

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  • 7 Knowledge environment — In the broadest sense knowledge environments may be defined as social practices, technological and physical arrangements intended to facilitate collaborative knowledge building, decision making, inference or discovery, depending on the… …

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  • 8 immediate — adj. 1 occurring or done at once or without delay (an immediate reply). 2 nearest, next; not separated by others (the immediate vicinity; the immediate future; my immediate neighbour). 3 most pressing or urgent (our immediate concern was to get… …

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  • 9 immediate — adjective 1》 occurring or done at once.     ↘most urgent; current. 2》 nearest in time, space, or relationship.     ↘(of a relation or action) direct: coronary thrombosis was the immediate cause of death. 3》 Philosophy (of knowledge or reaction)… …

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  • 10 immediate notice of loss — Notice to insurer: notice given with reasonable dispatch, and within a reasonable time, in view of all the facts and circumstances of the case, 29A Am J Rev ed Ins § 1379; notice within such convenient time as is reasonably requisite for… …

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  • 11 Spinoza: metaphysics and knowledge — G.H.R.Parkinson The philosophical writings of Spinoza are notoriously obscure, and they have been interpreted in many ways. Some interpreters see Spinoza as (in the words of a contemporary)1 ‘the reformer of the new [sc. Cartesian] philosophy’.… …

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  • 12 Word of Knowledge — A Word of Knowledge is a spiritual gift mentioned in 1 Corinthians 12:8 but not in any other New Testament list of Spiritual Gifts. Among apostolic and prophetic Christians it is often taught to be a gift of knowledge given by the Holy Spirit to… …

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  • 13 Locke: knowledge and its limits — Ian Tipton I That John Locke’s Essay concerning Human Understanding is one of the philosophical classics is something nobody would deny, yet it is not easy to pinpoint precisely what is so special about it. Locke himself has been described as the …

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  • 14 Self-knowledge — describes ideas pertaining to psychology, philosophy and mysticism. In the psychological sense it is the idea of a self aware person understanding himself (in all ways, but mostly in a wider biographical or emotional sense). In philosophy it is… …

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  • 15 British Association for Immediate Care — The British Association for Immediate Care (BASICS) is a registered charity [Cite web|url=http://www.charity commission.gov.uk/registeredcharities/showcharity.asp?remchar= chyno=276054|title=British Association for Immediate Care… …

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  • 16 Pearl Harbor advance-knowledge debate — The Pearl Harbor advance knowledge debate is a dispute over what, if any, advance knowledge American officials had of Japan s December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor.Ever since the Japanese attack there has been debate as to how and why the… …

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  • 17 Intuition (knowledge) — Intuition is apparent ability to acquire knowledge without a clear inference or the use of reason.It is the immediate apprehension of an object by the mind without the intervention of any reasoning process [Oxford English Dictionary] Intuition… …

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  • 18 Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher — (pronounced|ˈʃlaɪɐmaxɐ) (November 21, 1768 ndash; February 12, 1834) was a German theologian and philosopher known for his impressive attempt to reconcile the criticisms of the Enlightenment with traditional Protestant orthodoxy. He was also… …

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  • 19 An Enquiry concerning Human Understanding — is a book by the Scottish empiricist and philosopher David Hume, published in 1748. It was a simplification of an earlier effort, Hume s A Treatise of Human Nature , published anonymously in London in 1739 ndash;1740. Hume was disappointed with… …

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  • 20 direct — vb 1 Direct, address, devote, apply are comparable when used reflexively with the meaning to turn or bend one s attention, energies, or abilities to something or when meaning to turn, bend, or point (as one s attention, thoughts, or efforts) to a …

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