Dialogue in the Source of the Belief

Author: Saad Hameed

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781465339089

Category: Religion

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Abduction Belief and Context in Dialogue

Here, no counterbalance was needed with respect to the target part, so only 36
dialogues were presented to the subjects. 4 Results Table 1 shows the results for
the 36 dialogues in pairs labelled a and b. The source column shows the source
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Author: Harry Bunt

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN: 9027275491

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 471

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Language is always generated and interpreted in a certain context, and the semantic, syntactic, and lexical properties of linguistic expressions reflect this. Interactive language understanding systems, such as language-based dialogue systems, therefore have to apply contextual information to interpret their inputs and to generate appropriate outputs, but are in practice very poor at this. This book contains a number of studies in Computational Pragmatics, the newly emerging field of study of how contextual information can be effectively brought to bear in language understanding and generation. The various chapters center around the conceptual, formal and computational modeling of context in general, of the relevant beliefs of dialogue participants in particular, and of the reasoning that may be applied to relate linguistic phenomena to aspects of the dialogue context. These issues are discussed both from a theoretical point of view and in relation to their roles in prototypical language understanding systems.

The Rhetorical Dialogue Contemporary Concepts and Cases

warrant is a general belief , while the data are specific . Perhaps you will ...
Reservations may be expressed by the source in acknowledgement of questions
to his claim . However , in such an ... interaction going and sparking the dialogue
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Author: John J. Makay

Publisher: WCB/McGraw-Hill

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Category: Communication

Page: 537

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Belief Revision and Dialogue Management in Information Retrieval

Following de Kleer ( de Kleer , 1986 ) , we call these self - evident beliefs
assumptions . Assumptions are endorsed according to their source . The intuition
is that there are general rules related to the sources of information which are
relevant ...

Author: Brian Logan

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Category: Artificial intelligence

Page: 227

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Abstract: "This report describes research to evaluate a theory of belief revision proposed by Galliers in the context of information-seeking interaction as modelled by Belkin, Brooks and Daniels and illustrated by user-librarian dialogues. The work covered the detailed assessment and development, and computational implementation and testing, of both the belief revision theory and the information retrieval model. Some features of the belief theory presented problems, and the original 'multiple expert' retrieval model had to be drastically modified to support rational dialogue management. But the experimental results showed that the characteristics of literature-seeking interaction could be successfully captured by the belief theory, exploiting important elements of the retrieval model. Thus though the system's knowledge and dialogue performance were very limited, it provides a useful base for further research. The report presents all aspects of the research in detail, with particular emphasis on the implementation of belief and intention revision, and the integration of revision with domain reasoning and dialogue interaction."

Science and Religion in Dialogue Background topics for the science and religion dialogue

problematic circularity in the proposed grounding of truths about the past in God's
beliefs, it is a kind of circularity that can be ... Still, so long as this “because” cites
something like the cause or historical source of God's belief, while the other ...

Author: Melville Y. Stewart

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Category: Religion and science

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Belief in Dialogue

Throughout the memoir , she investigates the idea of " house " as a living source
of identity and sustenance . Eventually she writes her way to an appreciation of
her spiritual heritage and the variations she and her family have worked upon it .

Author: B. Marie Christian

Publisher: Other PressLlc

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 253

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The works of Julia Alvarez, Ana Castillo, Sandra Cisneros, Rosario Ferre, Graciela Limon, Pat Mora, Judith Ortiz Cofer, and Esmerelda Santiago, among others, are illuminated here. By uniting historical, cultural, religious, and literary commentary,Belief in Dialogueis designed to help the student or general reader to more completely enjoy and understand contemporary Latina writing. These highly readable discussions are informed by contemporary feminist and postcolonialist thought about color, gender, race, class, and region. Readers of literature being produced by Latina writers in the U.S. today may well miss the full impact of their work if they do not understand the complex spirituality underlying these writings. In addition to influences from the colonial Catholic Church, Latina religious heritage reflects numerous other philosophies: Amerindian spiritual beliefs, African spiritism brought by the slave trade, varieties of European spiritism, liberation theology, and mujerista theology. In response to this predicament, the author considers the long history of resistance and adaptation to Catholic and Christian colonization, including the reinterpretation of figures such as the Virgin of Guadalupe and the Blessed Virgin Mary. The result is a rich and constantly changing spiritual philosophy that is evident in the content, metaphor, and psychological motivation in the fiction and nonfiction produced.

Alternative Modes of Inquiry in Home Economics Research

... exploring , through dialogue , the conflicts or contradictions in the person's or
group's situation ( conflicts in beliefs , values , consequences of acting according
to the belief ) ; exploring , through dialogue , the historical source of the person's
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Author: Francine Hultgren

Publisher: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill

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Category: Home economics

Page: 389

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Belief Revision and a Theory of Communication

The model for autonomous belief revision described here is a first stage to wards
an implementation of a dialogue system ... Coherence is determined according to
the number and nature ( in terms of source ) of assumptions grounding the ...

Author: Julia Rose Galliers

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Category: Artificial intelligence

Page: 30

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Such autonomous belief revision is presented as the basis of a theory of communication, as a special case of reasoning about change in an uncertain world with incomplete information, comprising others similarly constrained."

Dialogue

Assuming that the universe consists only of what we can perceive may cause
strict materialists to miss important insights . The dualist position is further
defensible when enhanced by the belief that God can and does communicate
with humans ...

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Category: Mormon Church

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A journal of Mormon thought.

The Kensington Way

These are characteristic of the source of the belief they express . Sources from
your past which have remained unquestioned until now , and are certainly out of
date . Become aware , too , of the feelings that go with the dialogue . Your inner ...

Author: Stephen Twigg

Publisher: E P Dutton

ISBN: 9780525944591

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 275

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A healthy living program by a consultant to the British royalty outlines three essential steps to total fitness, including Food Combining, Food Rotation, and the Mind/Body Approach. 75,000 first printing. Tour.

Our Dialogue Pr G Z

They do much damage to the cause of Islam . They are rarely aware of its
fundamental principle to respect individual freedom . Islam advocates that
freedom of thought , belief and expression is a basic right of all human beings .
Fanaticism is ...

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Category: Islam

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Comprehensive study including questions and answers of various socio-cultural and religious problems in the light of Koran and Hadith, Islamic traditions.

A Dialogue of the Knowledge of the Supreme Lord in which are Compared the Claims of Christianity and Hinduism and Various Questions of Indian Religion and Literature Fairly Discussed

You who pride yourselves on the study of causation , are not unaware that even
the least thing has some cause ; or , if ... either in bearing or forbearing , is better
than shedding animal blood ; that belief in the great brotherhood of mankind is a
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Param swara jny na g shth

You who pride yourselves on the study of causation , are not unaware that even
the least thing has some cause ; or , if ... either in bearing or forbearing , is better
than shedding animal blood ; that belief in the great brotherhood of mankind is a
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Author: Rowland Williams

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Category: Christianity and other religions

Page: 566

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Dialogue and Universalism

Thus , introspection is the main cognitive ability used in the process of justifying
beliefs . According to Chisholm introspection is the indubitable source of
epistemic norms , the infallible capacity to evaluate whether a belief is justified
and what ...

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Category: Civilization, Modern

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Toward synergy of civilizations.

A Hindu Christian Dialogue

He traced specific elements of Catholicism - the Confenional , the belief in the
saints etc . , to Hindu antecedents adding how a Catholic priest , probably Bishop
Bigandet , was punished by the church for recognizing the obvious Hindu origins
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Author: ʼAnanda

Publisher: Indian Publishers & Distributors

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Category: Christianity and other religions

Page: 206

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Interdisciplinary Studies in Science Society Value and Civilizational Dialogue

The most common semantic source of “religion” or dharma is “belief”, “faith”, but
few are based on “worship”, service of “god”, or “insight”. The other common ... or
growthlessness. If 142 Science, Society, Value and Civilizational Dialogue.

Author: Debi Prasad Chattopadhyaya

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Category: Interdisciplinary approach to knowledge

Page: 375

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On various aspects of philosophy.

Dialogue and Humanism

validity , or justifiability , of the values , beliefs , and aspirations one holds have a
direct bearing upon the way one ... dedication , and belief in what we usually call
noble causes , such as the cause of justice , freedom , human rights , or peace ...

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Category: Dialectic

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Science and Religion in Dialogue Has science really destroyed its own religious roots

Some cultures claim that dead bodies should be avoided because they are a
source of disease , while others claim that they harbor potentially dangerous
spirits . Do these contradictory beliefs attending contagion avoidance show
contagion ...

Author: Melville Y. Stewart

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Category: Religion and science

Page: 1120

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Islam the Religion of Dialogue

Rather , it came about from God's guidance , which enlightened his heart and
mind with belief , thus responding to the light ... of everything and the possessor
of the power therein ; nothing can bring benefit or cause harm , except with His
will .

Author: Muḥammad Ḥusayn Faḍl Allāh

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Category: Koran

Page: 352

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Doctor and Patient a Partnership Through Dialogue

Whosoever loses belief in the power of the divine has also lost the deepest
source of hope . Whosoever destroys this belief is sowing hopelessness , and
destroys the ability of the person to live . ” Hope is not something that one has but
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Author: Linus S. Geisler

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Page: 340

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