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As presently understood, actin filaments grow from membranes at specific nucleation sites.

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This class, as presently understood is monophyletic and includes 15 currently recognized extant genera (some still unnamed) (Sutherland et al. 2011).

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The presence of water on Mars is considered a critical issue because life as it is presently understood cannot exist without water.

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The place of worship, insofar as it is understood as the image of the universe and its centre, must be architecturally patterned according to a specific design of the universe.

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In "Division by Zero", for example, we feel painful empathy and pity for the main character only because and insofar as we have understood the crisis in her life occasioned by a mathematical paradox.

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Insofar as compatibilism, so understood, has been explicitly defended, these defenses have made appeal to theories of ability, notably the 'conditional analysis' and its variants canvassed above.

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In doing so, he asserted that the Confucian way is both natural and universal insofar as it is understood by everyone in every part of the universe as the inescapable path of all.

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Further, insofar as "intuitions" are understood to rest solely on the understanding of the relevant epistemic proposition, the depth, or degree, of understanding can vary across individuals and cultures, and this could account for differing intuitions.

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His plan, insofar as he understands it, is to find a cabin in the mountains and dwell there, unmediated, with the simple dignity of an eremite.

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In this sense, such norms seem to coincide with moral norms, insofar as we understand moral norms to be internalized, unconditional imperatives.

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So, insofar as we understand that which is "contrary to what the principle of our advantage demands," we advance our advantage.

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We are thus moving from modern subjectivism to the late-modern enframing of reality insofar as we understand and relate to all things, ourselves included, as nothing but intrinsically-meaningless "resources" standing by for endless optimization.

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It is permissible to recognize magnetic, elastic, and other sorts of forces, but only insofar as we understand that they are not primitive or incapable of being explained, but arise from motions and shapes.

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The key to understanding sepsis, insofar as we do understand it at present, was found in the use of genetic tools to study the very earliest events that take place at the interface of the pathogen and the host.

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The clearest example occurs in Part V: "Insofar as the mind understands all things as necessary, it has a greater power over the affects, or is less acted on them" (Vp6).

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Insofar as I now understand the manuscript and the rebuttals, the papers mentioned by the author themselves and by the referees, do show the relevance of the general problem - dosage effects on phenotype-, but apparently the very same papers do not bear direct relevance on the precise model presented here.

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Computerized technology promises to assist in deciphering other languages not presently understood.

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The reason for this variability is not presently understood.

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Another way of putting this is to say that collective intentionality is irreducible to individual intentionality, though this is generally accepted only insofar as individual intentionality is understood in the narrowest sense.

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Insofar as computation is naturalistically understood in the way LOTH proposes, a complete answer to the first question about the semantics of atomic symbols may plausibly involve an explicatory appeal to computation within a system of symbols.

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Unlike Painter, Tadié does not draw on the novel to explain the life, but realises that the life of an artist is important only insofar as it helps us understand the work.

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In other ways, informal logic might be contrasted with formal logic insofar as it aims to understand the dynamics of arguments which operate in complex varied social interactions which serve many different purposes.

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From the point of view of linear algebra, vector spaces are completely understood insofar as any vector space is characterized, up to isomorphism, by its dimension.

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The mechanism of transport through the Golgi complex is not completely understood, insofar as no single transport mechanism appears to account for all of the observations.

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It aims not only to elaborate such beliefs and practices but also to understand them insofar as they are causally conditioned by social, economic, and geographic circumstances.

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Even rest and recreation, in a culture preoccupied with efficiency, can only be understood as valuable insofar as they are useful for some other purpose – usually, recuperation, so as to enable more work.

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The variables which determine climate are numerous and the interactions complex, but there is general agreement that the broad outlines are understood, at least insofar as the determinants of historical climate change are concerned.

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Sense-datum theorists will divide over exactly how to understand sense-data insofar as they are non-ordinary.

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"Although our results show small effects of DBP on germ cells in the human fetal testis, none of these effects are directly relevant to the origins of testis germ cell cancer insofar as we presently understand this," says study coauthor Sander van den Driesche, a senior postdoctoral fellow at the MRC Centre for Reproductive Health in Edinburgh.

Environmental Health Perspectives

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