Among its descendants are "lucid" itself (which can mean "shining," "clear-headed," or "easily understood"), "lucent" (meaning "giving off light" or "easily seen through"), and "translucent" (meaning "partly transparent" or "clear enough for light to pass through").
Discussion of Wittgenstein's Tractatus is currently dominated by two opposing interpretations of the work: a metaphysical or realist reading and the 'resolute' reading of Diamond and Conant.Nevertheless, the Tractatus contains philosophical insights, achieved despite his early preconceptions, that form the foundation of his later philosophy. Turning the Examination Round Oxford University Press w skrócie OUP, największe i najstarsze wydawnictwo uniwersyteckie na świecie. 28 lat po wynalezieniu przemysłowej metody druku z użyciem ruchomej czcionki.The anti-metaphysical interpretation that is presented includes a novel reading of the problematic opening sections of the Tractatus, in which the apparently metaphysical status of Wittgenstein's remarks is shown to be an illusion. John Preston Philosophical Investigations a highly interesting contribution to the debate on Wittgenstein's philosophy... Po V wiekach działalności Wydawnictwo jest obecne w 50 krajach i publikuje w ponad 40 językach książki tradycyjne i elektroniczne.In this work, the effects of heterozygous -F142L have been investigated in human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes (hi PSC-CMs) obtained from a LQTS patient carrying the F142L mutation, i.e.in the context of native allelic ratio and potential gene modifiers., resulting in augmented inward current during the plateau phase.
If now we were to try to penetrate to the soul of Quasimodo through that thick, hard rind; if we could sound the depths of that badly constructed organism; if it were granted to us to look with a torch behind those non-transparent organs to explore the shadowy interior of that opaque creature, to his obscure corners, his absurd no-thoroughfares, and suddenly to cast a vivid light upon the soul enchained at the extremity of that cave, we should, no doubt, find the unhappy Psyche in some poor, cramped, and ricketty attitude, like those prisoners beneath the Leads of Venice, who grew old bent double in a stone box which was both too low and too short for them.