Examples of the the word, nothing , in a Sentence Context

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  1. Theodor W. Adorno said in 1970," It is now taken for granted that, nothing ,which concerns art can be taken for granted anymore: neither art itself, nor
  2. Programme is arguably the greatest technical achievement of mankind to date ..., nothing ,since Apollo has come close to the excitement that was generated by those
  3. For Anaximander, the principle of things, the constituent of all substances, is, nothing , determined and not an element such as water in Thales' view. Neither is it
  4. Spooner and Benjamin T. Tucker were unsurpassed as political philosophers and, nothing ,is more needed today than a revival and development of the largely forgotten
  5. Public adoration from becoming too much of a burden on her employer, but does, nothing ,to prevent her from becoming too much of a burden on others. She has authored
  6. The gain of a system should be doubled ", without context, means close to, nothing , It may mean that the ratio of the output voltage of an electric circuit
  7. And has become the core principle of modern mathematics. Tautologies excluded, nothing ,can be deduced if nothing is assumed. Axioms and postulates are the basic
  8. By mathematical proofs, simply because they are starting points; there is, nothing ,else from which they logically follow (otherwise they would be classified as
  9. Similarly, Helen Keller stated that" Life is either a daring adventure or, nothing , " Outdoor adventurous activities are typically undertaken for the purposes of
  10. Letter to Hodges, Lincoln explained his belief that" If slavery is not wrong, nothing ,is wrong ... And yet I have never understood that the Presidency conferred upon
  11. Until the 18th and 19th centuries. Ernst May claimed that there was ", nothing ,of any real consequence in biology after Lucretius and Galen until the
  12. His teachers at the age of fourteen. As he said in his autobiography, there was, nothing ,that he had not learned when he reached eighteen. A number of different
  13. Profound seriousness with which everyone pursues it. What is decided by it is, nothing ,less than the composition of the next generation ... These ideas foreshadowed
  14. Alteration, which is change in quality. The coming to be is a change where, nothing ,persists of which the resultant is a property. In that particular change he
  15. The sun always shined. Tartarus was for the people that defied the gods, did, nothing , but sin, or were monsters. The Asphodel Fields simply existed. Those whose sins
  16. The president of Western Union balked, countering that the telephone was, nothing ,but a toy. Two years later, he told colleagues that if he could get the patent
  17. Following the premiere, Ulvaeus and Andersson confirmed that there was, nothing ,that could entice them back on stage again. " We will never appear on stage
  18. Fields simply existed. Those whose sins equalled their goodness, lived and did, nothing ,in life, or were not judged. The Fields of Punishment were for people that had
  19. As sunspots and solar eclipses. Amateur astronomers often look at the sky using, nothing ,more than their eyes, but common tools for amateur astronomy include portable
  20. In Angola might include as many as 300,000 persons at the end of 2010,but, nothing ,near to reliable statistics are at this stage available on this point. In
  21. Of life, the religion of the Jews is entirely immanent and furnishes, nothing ,but a mere war-cry in the struggle with other nations. Views on women In
  22. B's example of his uncle does not contradict A's statement, which says, nothing ,about non-Republicans. What would be needed to disprove A's assertion are
  23. AI researchers (and some philosophers) were willing to view the human mind as, nothing ,more than a computer program (a position now known as computationalism). To
  24. Futile to seek meaning in life, and the duty of a philosopher is to show that, nothing ,can be understood. *Rearden's mother, whose name is not mentioned, lives with
  25. Still whetting the audience's appetite for the next joke. *Lyrics: Almost, nothing ,is known about the music that accompanied Greek lyrics, and the meter is often
  26. Art of Haiku and its ability to create" images in such a way that they mean, nothing ,beyond themselves. " In 1972,Tchaikovsky told film historian Leonid Koziol his
  27. Swish and that upsets them. " In response to this, Warhol writes," There was, nothing ,I could say to that. It was all too true. So I decided I just wasn't going to
  28. Art. The idea was that if the artwork was a performance that would leave, nothing ,behind, or was simply an idea, it could not be bought and sold. " Democratic
  29. Protect individuals from aggressors. Anarcho-capitalists believe that there is, nothing ,morally superior about the state which would grant it, but not private
  30. To that of Molotov. Benjamin is a very dedicated friend to Boxer, and does, nothing ,to warn the other animals of the pigs' corruption, which he secretly realizes
  31. Is a science, and as such has no articles of faith; accordingly, in it, nothing ,can be assumed as existing except what is either positively given empirically
  32. Switch and Signal Company, Inc. of Connecticut. He is a businessman who sees, nothing ,wrong with the moral code that is destroying society and would never dream of
  33. Inference. History Aristotle" says that 'on the subject of reasoning' he 'had, nothing ,else on an earlier date to speak of' ". However, Plato reports that syntax was
  34. And is considered the leading philosopher of the age. He believes that man is, nothing ,but a collection of chemicals, reason is a superstition, it is futile to seek
  35. S law) pioneered the scientific method in chemical investigations. He assumed, nothing ,in his experiments and compiled every piece of relevant data; in a typical
  36. Of modern mathematics. Tautologies excluded, nothing can be deduced if, nothing ,is assumed. Axioms and postulates are the basic assumptions underlying a given
  37. Of people. This body would thus inherently have political power and would be, nothing ,short of a state. The difference between such an arrangement and an
  38. Of more importance than all other ends in human life. What it all turns upon is, nothing ,less than the composition of the next generation. … It is not the weal or woe
  39. Viewpoint of the Absurd, and always rejected nihilism as a valid response. " If, nothing ,had any meaning, you would be right. But there is something that still has a
  40. That most, if not all, alchemists were charlatans, and the tradition itself, nothing ,more than a fraud. The obscure and secretive writings of the alchemists was
  41. Lengths change, details of leaves scattering in the wind are intercut, but, nothing , makes the scene go any faster. " Some controversy exists about the extent to
  42. French through formal instruction, the family hired a young woman who spoke, nothing ,but French to be her nanny and companion. Agatha made up stories from a very
  43. Look at the surface of my paintings and films and me, and there I am. There's, nothing ,behind it. " His Rorschach inkblots are intended as pop comments on art and
  44. Syllables in the Japanese hiragana syllabify: か key, き I, く KU, け KE, こ KO have, nothing ,in common to indicate k; while ら Ra, り RI, る Ru, れ re, ろ RO have neither
  45. Lucidity has uncovered – if one can build a foundation on what one knows and, nothing ,more. Creation of meaning is not a viable alternative but a logical leap and an
  46. Return, but then they start to feel like prisoners, drifting through life with, nothing ,left but the past, since they do not know how long into the future their ordeal
  47. Her request he played ten minutes of his music. Boulanger replied that she had, nothing ,to teach him. This did not set Gershwin back, as his real intent abroad was to
  48. Of the housework, sits quietly in a chair. She says that at her age there is, nothing ,much left to fear. *Jean Narrow: Jean Narrow arrived in Oran some weeks before
  49. Critics," It's not a Beethoven Symphony, you know … It's a humorous piece, nothing ,solemn about it. It's not intended to draw tears. If it pleases symphony
  50. Huxley, Agnosticism,1889). Although A. W. Homeric has noted that this is, nothing ,but a definition of honesty,Huxley's usual definition goes beyond mere

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