In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(truth) manifiesto(conclusion) evidente(conclusion) obvio
- On race, too, we failed to speak out at crucial moments and to face up to self-evident truths.
- Davies used to believe the need to guard personal privacy against invasion was a self-evident truth.
- However, it was, he claimed, self-evident that many areas of family law had no such obvious priority.
- Elementary properties of numbers and geometry were taken to be self-evident truths.
- Nowhere do I hear that the real problem, which is self-evident, is too many people for a small island.
- Less obvious truths are deduced from these self-evident beginnings by individually obvious steps.
- The only properly basic propositions are those that are self-evident or incorrigible or evident to the senses.
- When Jefferson asserted the self-evident nature of truth it was no simple rhetorical flourish.
- That ought to be self-evident to anyone with a reasonable amount of common sense.
- The meaning of these expressions is not self-evident and needs explaining.
- We are the weirdos in denying what everybody else takes to be a self-evident truth.
- The answer is self-evident: the government should think again about its policy of not increasing the top rate of tax.
- It is self-evident that if the same team work together on a regular basis there is the opportunity for learning from what has gone before.
- So much of what we are taught as self-evident truths relies on rigid thinking.
- Recognizing that rather self-evident truth is hardly by itself the substance of enduring art.
- Once this self-evident point has been appreciated, it becomes a matter of making a virtue of necessity.
- Now, whether it is a concession or whether it is self-evident, it is obvious people relied upon gas.
- They really do exist, and to them their conspiracy theories are merely a self-evident truth that the rest of us are too blind to see.
- In recent years, they have seen others come around to this self-evident truth.
- It spawns more committees and more reporting of self-evident truths.
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