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In any event, argument is the essence of truth-seeking, whether medical or musical.
It is this further danger that we now fully face - the consequences of our truth-seeking.
But doing it subtlymanaging to come across as objective and truth-seeking.
In the former Yugoslavia there have been trials, but little or no formal truth-seeking and reconciliation.
It is not a practice that advances the truth-seeking."
Hayner has written widely on the subject of truth-seeking.
Indeed, they can generally respond to the needs of truth-seeking better than the alternatives, such as criminal prosecutions".
They advocate victims' rights and engage in truth-seeking.
And I suspect there are other ways, in which having been professionally a chemist might involve some competence with respect to truth-seeking.
Their motives may be mixed, owing as much to ornery temperament as to devoted truth-seeking.
Truth-seeking encompasses initiatives allowing actors in a country to investigate past abuses and seek redress for victims.
The common language of the empire was Greek and it was especially the tongue of business, education, and truth-seeking.
It has set up its own investigative body, but the U.N. said it "has not conducted genuine truth-seeking."
In this one field of truth-seeking, we seem driven to arrive exactly where millions have stood before us, to replicate each postcard image with our own eyes.
And he's singlehandedly shown that most political punditry is about as effective a method of truth-seeking as the ducking stool.
“They’re passionate about truth-seeking, striving for justice; they’re part of the original crew of investigative journalists.”
Resolved: In the United States criminal justice system, truth-seeking ought to take precedence over attorney-client privilege.
The record that is compiled could be used for a broad range of transitional justice and reconciliation processes, including truth-seeking, memorialisation, and prosecutions.
However, such a ruling seems at least as respectful of truth-seeking as an analogous feminist achievement of our time: rape-shield laws.
The poverty, turmoil and famine left an indelible imprint on my young soul I realised only science, truth-seeking, democracy and hard work can save China."
In a WikiLeaks era, the special counsel is a throwback to painstaking truth-seeking, the nemesis of the indiscriminate document dump.
"What Dr White came in and did was sad for science, and sad for truth-seeking," Walgren said.
Here it is, written down in the file on Zoya Petrovna: "Stubbornly defends delirious ideas of truth-seeking.
The dialectical method of truth-seeking is evident throughout the traditions of Madhyamaka, Yogacara and Vajrayana.
I, therefore, for one, cannot see my way to accepting the agnostic rules for truth-seeking, or wilfully agree to keep my willing nature out of the game.
I have found them to be very truth-seeking; they want to get to the right answer."
Many steps taken in a truth-seeking process are based on the premise of a right to truth.
And this, he believes, “warps the truth-seeking function” of justice.
This is an opportunity in private practice to help improve governance and have a truth-seeking role.
So, too, with the truth-seeking process of the court.
Uh, this whole book was really a soul-searching and truth-seeking process for me.
But the court said in its 3-to-2 decision, "We believe that the truth-seeking function is best served by keeping the door open to scientific advances."
This suggestion has no basis in law, and it is destructive to the truth-seeking function of the courts.
Even the smartest, most truth-seeking characters never fathomed the full picture.
By mounting an assault in the truth-seeking process, he has attacked the entire judicial branch of Government.
"You could call this a truth-seeking mission," Tommy replied briskly.
Rather, it is incumbent upon that individual to testify fully and truthfully during the truth-seeking phase.
Richard Peppiatt said "much of tabloid journalism is not truth-seeking primarily.
The President mounted a direct assault upon the truth-seeking process, which is the very essence and foundation of the judicial branch.
He isn't just an honorable, truth-seeking hero, a selfless iconoclast.
The majority agreed with the trial judge's assessment that excluding the evidence would undermine the judiciary's truth-seeking function.
Finally, the last movement is about "the holder of the Book of Knowledge," whom every truth-seeking person must face.
These days a film about a truth-seeking newshound strikes audiences as more ridiculous than "Gigli."
For they bring with them a corrupting of the processes of truth-seeking thought to which we are supposedly dedicated.
Christianity includes within itself a self-critical truth-seeking imperative.
This method is quintessentially Iowan: truth-seeking, modest and concrete.
Rather than work with the judicial and legislative branches to uphold the rule of law, he directly attacked their fundamental truth-seeking function.
Many of Orlando's lyrics describe unrequited love, private despair, personal angst and a truth-seeking perspective.
The method of the Kabbalah, termed by him "the path of light," which the truth-seeking soul must travel.
Truth-seeking measures may include freedom of information legislation, declassification of archives, investigations, and truth commissions.
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