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  The Issue of Metaphysical Primacy, by Anton Thorn
Finally, the reversal of the primacy of existence, which is the primacy of consciousness, is briefly examined and the basic performative inconsistency of theism is exposed.
The source of this reversal [i.e., assuming the primacy of consciousness over existence] is the inability or unwillingness fully to grasp the difference between one's inner state and the outer world, i.e., between the perceiver and the perceived (thus blending consciousness and existence into one indeterminate package-deal).
That is, he implicitly affirms the validity of a principle (the primacy of existence) in the practice of affirming truth claims, but explicitly affirms the validity of a contradictory principle (the primacy of consciousness) in the content of the truth claims which he asserts.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Sparta/1019/AFE/Metaphysical_Primacy.htm   (7489 words)

  
 APOSTOLIC PRIMACY IN FICOB
Primacy is where an Archbishop or Patriarch of an established jurisdiction leaves the primacy of his jurisdiction to another Archbishop as the designated head of that jurisdiction.
Upon the death of Patriarch Anthony Aneed in 1970, the primacy of the Byzantine Catholic Church passed to Archbishop Herman A. Spruit.
The Primacies stay with the Church of Antioch and although many claim apostolic succession which can be traced to the Church of Antioch, no one has the Primacies of the jurisdictions aforementioned as they will be in turn passed down to the one who inherits +Meri's lines of primacy of the Church of.
www.concentric.net /~Cosmas/apostolic_primacy_in_coa.htm   (1116 words)

  
 Primacy of the Roman Pontiff - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The primacy of the Roman pontiff is the apostolic authority of the bishop of Rome, from the Holy See, over the several churches that comprise the Catholic Church in the Latin and Eastern Rites.
It is also termed "papal primacy", [1] "primacy of Peter", [2] or "Roman primacy"; [3] one might encounter "Peter in primacy over the universal Church," [4] "Successor of Peter", [5] and other related expressions.
The present Eastern Orthodox churches, contrary to the teaching of, amongst others, Saint John Chrysostom, consider that the Bishop of Rome has a mere primacy of honor that, since the East-West Schism, is no longer in force.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Papal_primacy   (1345 words)

  
 Papal Primacy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In the bilateral dialogues of Roman Catholics with Anglicans, Lutherans and Reformed, the primacy of the bishop of Rome is discussed in the context of communion ecclesiology.
The primacy of the synod cannot, however, be conceived as power over the local church but rather as a charismatic instrument through which the churches of God witness and express their ontological unity in the truth of the gospel.
The primacy of the synod, through which the local churches witness and express their unity in the salvific truths of Christ, does not exclude the primacy of the first bishop or the metropolitan.
www.goarch.org /en/ourfaith/articles/article8523.asp   (5139 words)

  
 LasVegas Orthodox   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Now the Catholic doctrine of Papal primacy is founded on their doctrine of the primacy of the Apostle Peter: and therefore Orthodox theologians concentrate their attention on this subject.
As we study the problem of primacy in general, and especially the primacy of Rome, we must not be ruled by polemical motives: the problem is to be solved to satisfy ourselves and Orthodox theology.
Orthodox theology indeed rejects the idea of primacy on the universal scale, but it recognizes a partial primacy at the center of every autocephalous church, a primacy belonging to the head of that church.
lasvegasorthodox.com /library/Orthodox_doctrine/papal_Primacy.htm   (1018 words)

  
 EPA Requirements for Primacy
primacy) for public water systems in their State if they meet certain requirements.
EPA recently released revisions to the primacy requirements.
Revisions to the Primacy Rules were published in the Federal Register in April 1998.
www.epa.gov /safewater/pws/primacy.htm   (405 words)

  
 The Rise of US Nuclear Primacy - Empire? - Global Policy Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The United States derived immense strategic benefits from its nuclear primacy during the early years of the Cold War, in terms of both crisis-bargaining advantages vis-à-vis the Soviet Union (for example, in the case of Berlin in the late 1950s and early 1960s) and planning for war against the Red Army in Europe.
The intentional pursuit of nuclear primacy is, moreover, entirely consistent with the United States' declared policy of expanding its global dominance.
Ultimately, the wisdom of pursuing nuclear primacy must be evaluated in the context of the United States' foreign policy goals.
www.globalpolicy.org /empire/intervention/2006/0309usprimacy.htm   (4097 words)

  
 Primacy and Unity in Orthodox Ecclesiology - OrthodoxWiki
Primacy and Unity in Orthodox Ecclesiology - OrthodoxWiki
For such a primacy to be accepted and applied an ecclesiology of communion rooted deeply in a theology, and even an ontology of communion, would be necessary.
"The Council of 381 and the Primacy of Constantinople" in Catholicity and the Church.
orthodoxwiki.org /Primacy_and_Unity_in_Orthodox_Ecclesiology   (3880 words)

  
 ZNet Commentary: Primacy
The tendency to see the Bush clique as a "rogue fraction" of the ruling class enables the establishment media to exculpate the system itself, and to lay the blame, as it were, on the "cabal" (as Powell's man, Lawrence Wilkerson, did in late October).
In 1993, Harvard scholar Samuel Huntington defended the primacy strategy because "it is central to the welfare and security of America and the future of freedom." It is therefore entirely rational that more than eighty percent of Indonesians and seventy percent of Pakistanis believe that the US might pose a military threat to them.
Those within the advanced industrial states are beneficiaries of the policy of US primacy, because it is this that enables the extraction of wealth, resources and knowledge from the darker nations with impunity.
www.zmag.org /sustainers/content/2005-10/30prashad.cfm   (1093 words)

  
 SSRN-Director Primacy: The Means and Ends of Corporate Governance by Stephen Bainbridge
As a normative theory of corporate governance, director primacy claims that resolving the resulting tension between authority and accountability is the central problem of corporate law.
Although shareholder primacy and the shareholder wealth maximization norm are often conflated, one can have the latter without necessarily endorsing the former.
Hence, this article argues that director decisionmaking primacy can be reconciled with a contractual obligation on the board's part to maximize the value of the shareholders' residual claim.
papers.ssrn.com /sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=300860   (459 words)

  
 TCRNews.com, THE PRIMACY OF PETER AND COLLEGIALITY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In his Message to those attending the symposium, the Holy Father wrote: "The Catholic Church is conscious of having preserved, in fidelity to the Apostolic Tradition and the faith of the Fathers, the ministry of the Successor of Peter".
The episcopacy and the primacy, reciprocally related and inseparable, are of divine institution.
The characteristics of exercising the primacy must be understood primarily on the basis of two fundamental premises: the unity of the episcopacy and the episcopal nature of the primacy itself Since the episcopacy is "one and undivided"
www.tcrnews2.com /genprimacy.html   (2587 words)

  
 Primacy
Asch’s examination into the Law of Primacy involved a list of adjectives first describing a man named “Jim” in a positive light immediately followed by a list of adjectives suggesting “Jim” as an unfriendly person.
McGuire’s study again supported the Law of Primacy demonstrating that “subjects who received the undesirable messages first learned the contents of the whole series of communications less well than did those who received the desirable messages first” (Hovland, 1957, p.137).
First, the change of meaning hypothesis explains that when one is first presented with an idea of something or someone, it becomes almost necessary to change the meaning of later ideas “in an attempt to maintain consistency” in one’s external perceptions (Crano, 1977, p.
www.ciadvertising.org /SA/fall_02/adv382j/easander/primacy.htm   (633 words)

  
 Catholic Culture : Document Library : Vatican I And The Papal Primacy
Vatican Council I, in fact, defines a twofold Primacy of Peter — one in papal teaching on faith and morals (the charism of infallibility), and the other a primacy of jurisdiction involving government and discipline of the Church — submission to both being necessary to Catholic faith and salvation.
Finally, God's purpose in establishing the Primacy is to draw the faithful into a twofold unity with Christ — a unity of faith and charity — both of which are necessary for salvation.
And in order that the episcopate also might be one and undivided, and that by means of a closely united priesthood the faithful might be kept secure in the oneness of faith and communion, He set Blessed Peter over the rest of the Apostles, and fixed in him the abiding principle of this twofold unity.
www.catholicculture.org /docs/doc_view.cfm?recnum=4748   (2359 words)

  
 30Days - “When we speak of the primacy...
At the Roman Symposium at the end of May his paper on recent discussions on the primacy among Orthodox theologians was one of the most listened to and discussed.
The difficulty concerning the Petrine primacy lies in the fact that it entails universal jurisdiction whereby the pope can interfere in a local Church.
When we speak of the primacy we are referring to the primacy of the Church of Rome, which is exercised by the pope as bishop of that See.
www.30giorni.it /us/articolo.asp?id=1056   (1256 words)

  
 Primacy Search
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 Primacy of Peter
Some detractors of Peter's primacy try to show that James (Acts 15:13-21), held the primacy simply because he was the Bishop of Jerusalem.
It never ceases to amaze me that those who deny the Primacy of Peter, will invariably point to this one and only verse where Peter is named second and will completely ignore the many verses which list his name first.
Indeed the others were that also which Peter was; but a primacy is given to Peter, whereby it is made clear that there is but one Church and one chair.
members.tripod.com /~BobStanley/prim.htm   (3995 words)

  
 Primacy
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 THE PRIMACY OF THE POPE IN THE CHURCH
The successor of Peter: perpetuity of the primacy in the bishop of Rome.
The primacy of the Pope is a mystery in the economy of salvation.
According to divine revelation this is the formal meaning of the primacy of Peter: to be the perpetual and visible center and foundation of the community of Churches which is vivified by the Spirit of Christ.
www.cfpeople.org /Apologetics/page51a026.html   (4017 words)

  
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www.primacy.com /primacy_americas.asp?Language=EN   (226 words)

  
 The Primacy of the Intuitive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The idea of the primacy of the intuitive may be more than an intriguing theoretical construct.
This emphasis on the primacy of the cognitive formed one of the core assumptions guiding the field of cognitive psychology in its infancy from the 1950s through the 1970s.
The fundamental claim of the cognitivists appears to be that the most effective aspect of reasoning, cognition, is that aspect which relates least to the emotions.
www.omnivise.com /research/primacy_of_the_intuitive.htm   (1984 words)

  
 The Ante-Nicene Development of Papal Primacy
Although himself an Asiatic, he asserted the primacy of Rome over the other churches…Irenaeus defined what was to become the Roman claim of centralism…it was there [Rome] that all the traditions and experiences of the church were gathered, examined, and reconciled.
If the jurisdictional primacy of Rome had been an innovation then someone would have opposed it, as the Fathers were not slow in doing with innovations in the Church when they cropped up from time to time.
It is impossible to deny that, even before the appearance of local primacies, the Church from the first days of her existence possessed an ecumenical center of unity and agreement.
matt1618.freeyellow.com /papalprimacy.html   (6234 words)

  
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 NPDES - Timber Primacy
However, EPA indicated in October 2004 that it would not be appropriate for the state to seek partial primacy for the timber industry only.
From November 2004 through January 2005, a NPDES Primacy Work Group met to weigh the costs and benefits of assuming NPDES primacy for all industrial and municipal wastewater dischargers.
Primacy means that DEC will be responsible for issuing NPDES wastewater permits in Alaska.
www.dec.state.ak.us /water/npdes/timber_primacy.htm   (284 words)

  
 Catholic World News : New Vatican document on papal primacy
The question of papal primacy has crucial implications for ecumenical progress, as Pope John Paul II (bio - news) acknowledged in his 1995 encyclical Ut Unum Sint (doc), in which he called for new reflections on how the papacy could be exercised in ways that would encourage ecumenical progress while preserving its essential role.
Thus "the primacy is different, in its essence and its exercise, from the roles of government in human society," the Ratzinger document explains.
On the other hand, it notes that the papal primacy is not a matter of absolute power, since the Pope, like Peter, makes his decisions in a collegial setting, after consulting with the bishops of the world.
www.cwnews.com /news/viewrec.cfm?RefNum=8761   (428 words)

  
 Amazon.com: The Primacy of Peter: Essays in Ecclesiology and the Early Church: Books: John Meyendorff   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
You are Peter: An Orthodox Reflection on the Exercise of Papal Primacy by Oilvier Clement
The Primacy of the Bishop of Rome and the Ecumenical Dialogue by Adriano Garuti
Many Orthodox will be shocked to learn that, yes, there is a need and a justification for primacy, that there is a persuasive case for that primacy to reside in Rome, and that our model of individual churches based on nationality is both harmful and contrary to Tradition.
www.amazon.com /Primacy-Peter-Essays-Ecclesiology-Church/dp/0881411256   (2446 words)

  
 Primacy o' Existence
G.W.F. Hegel is among the clearest exponents of the metaphysical primacy of consciousness.
If someone had asked him directly, "Does consciousness have primacy over existence?" he would have answered, "No. The Forms exist and are what they are prior to and independent of all observers." Plato is trying to uphold the primacy of existence.
Second, because of this epistemic primacy of existence, she regards perception as the base of knowledge and as self-evident (for perception is the direct awareness of external existents).
home.sprynet.com /~owl1/rand2.htm   (1726 words)

  
 Primacy of Interactivity
Of course IBM pays attention to RandD and manufacturing and accounting and all the other tasks that a big business must perform, but primacy goes to marketing, because that is IBM's basis of competitive advantage.
The ability to use a keyboard is absolutely necessary to a programmer, but typing skill is nowhere near as important to good programming as clear thinking.
Since interactivity is the basis of competitive advantage of the computer, it is only fit and proper that we should emphasize it.
www.erasmatazz.com /library/JCGD_Volume_2/Primacy_of_Interactivity.html   (1461 words)

  
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