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In metaphysics, particulars are, one might say, identified by what they are not: they are not abstract, not multiply instantiated[?].
Redness, by contrast, is not a particular, because (it is held by metaphysical realists[?]) it is abstract and multiply instantiated (my bicycle, this apple, and that girl's hair are all red).
Particulars might (or might not) be all individuals.
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Among heretics the particular judgment was denied by Tatian and Vigilantius.
The prompt fulfilment of the sentence is part of the dogma of particular judgment, but until the question was settled by the decision of Benedict XII, in 1332, there was much uncertainty regarding the fate of the departed in the period between death and the general resurrection.
Theologians suppose that the particular judgment will be instantaneous, that in the moment of death the separated soul is internally illuminated as to its own guilt or innocence and of its own initiation takes its course either to hell, or to purgatory, or to heaven (Summa Theologica Supplement 69:2, 88:2).
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 Math Forum - Ask Dr. Math   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Its physical significance is that the particular solution solves the equation, but may not satisfy the initial conditions you are interested in.
The solution that does that will be (usually) a different particular solution of the equation, which you can discover from the general solution (which depends on some parameters, such as constants of integration) by applying the initial conditions and solving for the parameter values which make those conditions true.
The particular solution you are interested in is the one where y(0) = 1, that is, c*e^0 - 1 = 1, that is, c = 2, that is: y = 2*e^x - 1 - Doctor Rob, The Math Forum http://mathforum.org/dr.math/
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 Particular Judgment
Ecclesiastes 11:9; 12:1 sq.; and Hebrews 9:27, are sometimes quoted in proof of the particular judgment, but though these passages speak of a judgment after death, neither the context nor the force of the words proves that the sacred writer had in mind a judgment distinct from that at the end of the world.
The Scriptural arguments in defence of the particular judgment must be indirect.
In the sermons of the Fathers occur graphic descriptions of the particular judgment (cf.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for particular   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
nominalism in philosophy, a theory of the relation between universals and particulars.
For many the term science refers to the organized body of knowledge concerning the physical world, both animate and inanimate, but a proper definition would also have to include the attitudes and methods through which this body of knowledge is formed; thus, a science is
polymerase chain reaction (PCR), laboratory process in which a particular DNA segment from a mixture of DNA chains is rapidly replicated, producing a large, readily analyzed sample of a piece of DNA; the process is sometimes called DNA amplification.
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 The Person as Absolute Particular
The particular person cannot be absolute, and yet it absolutely is. For Kierkegaard den Enkelte, the single one, exists after having been subsumed by the universal, that is, after the moment of the individual—the moment wherein the particular is within the universal—precisely as that individual’s impossible predicate.
For Hegel the moment of individuality was the concrete recognition that the concept of a universal that was not the particular and the concept of a particular that was not the universal were false concepts of the abstract understanding.
The Kierkegaardian move to particular subjectivity is then not a move beyond the abstraction inherent in self-reflection, but rather the acknowledgment within the abstraction of the subjective thinker of the difficulty of existing the self-equality and immediacy of the divine idea.
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 particular - Search Results - MSN Encarta
John Smyth and Thomas Helwys, English separatists of Congregational persuasion, founded the first Baptist church on Dutch soil at Amsterdam in 1609....
In insurance law, the term proof of loss is applied to the statement of particulars of the nature, amount, and cause of damages sustained by an...
Metalwork : particular cultures and regions: African art
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 Particular Baptist
Named for their view of particular atonement, they believed that Christ died only for a particular group, the elect.
Historians have therefore concluded that the first Particular Baptist church dates at least from 1638, and possibly even from 1633.
In addition to particular atonement, they taught believer’s baptism by immersion and insisted that a person who is once saved is always saved.
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 DAEOgram -- DO-06-029 -- 10/04/2006 -- "Particular Matter Involving   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
     The narrowest of these terms is "particular matter involving specific parties."  Depending on the grammar and structure of the particular statute or regulation, the wording may appear in slightly different forms, but the meaning remains the same, focusing primarily on the presence of specific parties.
 5 C.F.R. § 2640.202(a), (b).  Likewise, the distinction between particular matters involving specific parties and broader types of particular matters (i.e., those that have general applicability to an entire class of persons) is crucial to several other regulatory exemptions issued by OGE under section 208(b)(2).  5 C.F.R. §§ 2640.201(c)(2), (d); 2640.202(c); 2640.203(b), (g).
[11] Unlike "particular matter," the term "matter" covers even the consideration or adoption of broad policy options that are directed to the interests of a large and diverse group of persons.
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 Particular Church - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A particular Church, in Catholic theology and Canon law, is any of the individual constituent ecclesial communities in full communion with Rome that are part of the Catholic Church as a whole.
The standard form of a particular or local Church is called in the Latin Rite a diocese and in the Eastern Rites an eparchy.
The particular Churches within the Catholic Church, whether autonomous ritual churches or dioceses, are seen as not simply branches or sections of a larger body.
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 Toolfarm - Plugins, Software Sales and Distribution: Review: Trapcode Particular
Trapcode Particular is an incredible plug-in for After Effects that gives the artist the ability to create realistic fire and smoke, as well as awe-inspiring organic "stuff".
What sets Particular apart from the crowd is the exceptional preview window, which lets you see what the settings look like without rendering.
Evened for the seasoned Particular user, setting up an effect from scratch could be laborous, but the preset menu allows one to choose something similar and modify the settings.
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 Travel to Cuba with Casa Particular Cuba. Havana accommodation at Casa Particular Cuba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Casa Particular is the phrase used in Cuba for bed and breakfasts or private homestays.
The plural of casa particular is casas particulares, not "casa particulars".
Traveling to Cuba is becoming more and more popular among tourists who want to spend their vacation in a warm, happy and quiet enviroment.
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 Glossary of Terms: Pa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
The mediator between Universal and Individual, referring to the collective of individuals which manifest a universal in contradistinction to those which manifest its negation.
Particular is the ‘some’ for which the Universal is ‘all’ and the Inidividual is ‘this’.
The Particular is a group (or Genus) to which an individual belongs and by virtue of which it is part of the Universal (or Absolute).
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 Strict and Particular Baptists [www.the-faith.org.uk]
They are known as Particular Baptists because they believe, and preach, that teaching which is within the principles known as the Doctrines of Grace, set out in five points.
The name, Particular, coming from the heading of the central, third, paragraph, which is about Redemption.
Strict & Particular Baptists are particularly concerned to ensure that the Lord Jesus Christ is alone exalted in all ministry and worship.
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 In Particular Summary & Essays - Elena Karina Byrne
Elena Karina Byrne’s poem “In Particular” was published in her first poetry collection, The Flammable Bird, in 2002.
The poem examines the subconscious, or primitive, mind, a topic that has interested Byrne since childhood when she was exposed to art and visual imagery at an early age through her parents, who were both artists.
After establishing the power of this unconscious mind, Byrne examines the effect that this part of the brain has on the conscious mind during a crisis situation when the primitive brain resorts to instinct, reaching a state of awareness before the conscious mind.
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 particular. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
Worthy of note; exceptional: a piano performance of particular depth and fluidity.
Often used in the plural: The police refused to divulge the particulars of the case.
A separate case or an individual thing or instance, especially one that can be distinguished from a larger category or class.
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 Infoplease Search: particular
(Encyclopedia) gene pool, the total of all genes in a population of a particular species.
(Encyclopedia) flamen, in Roman religion, one of 15 priests, each concerned with the cult of a particular deity.
(Encyclopedia) nominalism, in philosophy, a theory of the relation between universals and particulars.
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 particularbaptist.com (Aussie Outpost) - Australia's Particular Baptist Retreat
Particularbaptist.com (Aussie Outpost) is committed to the historic Particular Baptist faith as expressed in the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith.
These early Baptists were persecuted by the early Reformers and their offspring who sought for a uniform faith, dealing severely with those that did not conform to their principles of infant baptism and a state church.
Sadly a large number of modern-day Reformed Baptists seem to have inherited the persecuting spirit of the early Reformers and laid aside the Particular Baptistic distinctive of the liberty of the conscience (under God), replacing it with a stern uniforming principal that persecutes those not in full agreement with them.
particularbaptist.com   (789 words)

 Trapcode - Motion Graphics and VFX Plug-ins for After Effects
Trapcode Particular received an updated version - 1.0.2 because the old version did not display the Preview UI correctly in AE7.
See the clip where Belief uses Trapcode Particular to create a crowd (bigger than the clip on the Apple site).
Particular received a rating of 4.5 out of 5.
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 Particular - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
In metaphysics, particulars are, one might say, identified by what they are not: they are not abstractions, not multiply-instantiated--i.e.
(There are, however, theories of abstract particulars or tropes.) Hence, Socrates is a particular (there's only one Socrates-the-teacher-of-Plato and one cannot make copies of him, e.g., by cloning him, without introducing new, distinct particulars).
This page was last modified 08:29, 23 September 2006.
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 Toolfarm - Particular
Particular is a powerful 3D particle system that can produce a wide range of effects from natural smoke and explosions to geometric or organic abstract motion graphics design elements.
After a few false starts with other methods that would have taken me hours to set up, I visited their web site for inspiration, found it and literally within 15 minutes had what I needed and was 95% approved by the client.
What's more, I was able to give the client Photoshop specs (layers imported into AE as a comp, used as a source for Particular) and let him make major modifications that only took seconds to update in the AE project.
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 A Particular Baptist Bibliography
I disagree with Dr. Estep's perspectives on the relations between the Continental Anabaptists and the English Baptists, as well as his assertions about the theological dependence of the Particular Baptists on the General Baptists.
Association Records of the Particular Baptists of England, Wales and Ireland to 1660.
This sermon by Wilcox, who died in 1687, is one of the few Particular Baptist works that are easily obtainable.
www.ccel.org /creeds/bcf/r_list.htm   (1225 words)

 particular particular - eLearners.com
Students learn to identify a particular training problem, to apply principles of learning and systematic instructional design, and to develop training programs using an instructional systems design model.
Particular attention is paid to transaction cycles and internal control structure.
Users may quickly and easily search for a particular test or diagnostic procedure on the basis of type of tests, name of test, body system, and more.
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 cuba casa particular , casa particulars, casas particulares, cuba accommodation, cuba bed and breakfast, havana ...
Casa particular is the Cuban way to refer to bed and breakfast or private home stays.
Usually you could have breakfast or lunch in a casa particular for a very good price, you just have to ask for that service to the landlord or landlady and we assure you that you will enjoy very much the taste of the typical Cuban cuisine.
Accommodation in a private house (Casa Particular) could be one of the more interesting experiences that you may enjoy while you travel to Cuba, specially if you want to get to know from the first hand how Cubans live and think and how is the "Real Cuba".
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 Casa Particular Cuba
A "casa particular" is a bed and breakfast (room and board lodging) in a private home in Cuba.
The "casa particular" offer an economical way to see Cuba and provide a quality service while allowing you to get in close contact with the Cuban people.
An experience that can't be matched by state run hotels that separate rather than unite Cubans and tourists.
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 Casa Particular Havana, casa particular accommodation in Havana Cuba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
My name is Aleida and I have been renting rooms in my casa particular since 1997 - that's over 8 years - so I know a thing or two about the accommodation business.
She sent me a list of other casas particulares in each town and booked them for us...
My casa particular is appropriate for a family as well as for individuals who want to visit Cuba and has all the commodities you need for a pleasant holiday in Havana, Cuba.
www.casaparticularcuba.com   (472 words)

She sang with particular warmth at last evening's concert.
to give an investigator the particulars of a case.
There is one book in particular that may help you.
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 Particular Judgment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
There are three possible outcomes to the particular judgment.
Those, however, who reject God's love by mortal sin and die without repenting are condemned to the everlasting torments of hell.
The general judgment at the end of time simply solemnly confirms the particular judgments of each one, with the difference that then the body as well as the soul will receive what is due it.
www.ewtn.com /faith/teachings/judga1.htm   (273 words)

 definitely, particular - UsingEnglish.com ESL Forum
If you are able to definitely determine the particular person responsible for the fault, I will enforce the compensation by legal action.
Definitely = meaning that they are absolutely sure that that particular person is responsible and noone else.
Alternatively, you could replace 'to definitely determine the particular person' by 'to specify just who' (which is shorter, and won't provoke the few dinosaurs left who dislike split infinitves).
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