Scholars give two main answers. For "institutionalists" in the tradition of Ernst Haas, structural imperatives may have driven initial postwar institution building, but subsequent steps were heavily path-dependent. Once some power was delegated to "supranational" agents in the European Coal and Steel Community ECSC inthose agents crafted new projects and mobilized coalitions to extend supranational institutions.
That progression can then be understood in terms of degrees of "target elusiveness" and the inappropriateness of such military metaphors Enhancing Sustainable Development Strategies through Avoidance of Military Metaphors The complex image on the far right derives from the implications of Sphere packing as a fundamental spatio-temporal patternas explored with respect to a cuboctahedral pattern of spherical polyhedra around a truncated tetrahedron by Keith Critchlow Order in Space: This is discussed further in a broader context Imaginative Reconfiguration of a post-Apocalyptic Global Civilization: The understanding of "target acquisition" thus becomes transformed into aspiration in the quest for inspiration -- with which religions are so notably identified.
The transformation is itself subtle, with its implications for identification with what has been hitherto framed as a target, as implied by the arguments of the classic Zen in the Art of Archery by Eugen Herrigel. Just as "target acquisition" is intimately related to degrees of confidence that it has been effectively acquired, the progression also implies a challenge with respect to any sense of collective confidence and the manner in which this is related to strategic consensus.
As suggested above, the cognitive use of triangular symbols frames an elusive insight at the confluence or focus framed by the cognitive significance attributed to the verticies of any such triangle.
It is the elusive nature of this confluence that evokes the questioning so ably articulated by Richard Dawkins The God Delusion However that same mode of argument may be readily adapted to other elusive cognitive conditions implied by such frames, whether triangular or otherwise, as argued separately The Consensus Delusion: The elusive nature of the quest can be recognized in the ineffectual initiatives with respect to interfaith reconciliation, academic interdisciplinarity, and the psychosocial challenges of multiculturalism.
The elusive cognitive condition which is framed by some of the "academic" symbols can indeed be usefully understood as secular surrogates for what others choose to associate with the mysterious nature of deity.
The challenging nature of that "target" is most readily evident at this time in both the disastrous loss of confidence in the articulations of authority and the desperate appals of such authorities for confidence and trust in their strategies and methods.
As can be variously argued, confidence in one form or another is now, and how it is to invite belief, is fundamental to any prospect of viable governance Varieties of Confidence Essential to Sustainability: As is only too evident at this time, the loss of confidence is frequently described in terms of uncertainty and "confusion".
Curiously the use of "fusion" in its relation to focus features strategically otherwise at this time: This quest offers a valuable metaphor for a potential cognitive analogue Enactivating a Cognitive Fusion Reactor: However the confusion and ambiguity can also be explored through other uses of "bull" which is so central to the subtlety of the 10 Zen oxherding picturesas argued separately Zen of Facticity: Bull, Ox or Otherwise?
Herding facts and their alternatives in a post-truth-era However this can be understood as engendering other difficulties through reinforcing particular biases, as discussed separately "Tank-thoughts" from "Think-tanks": The connotations derive from the sense in which the Merkabah is recognized as the Chariot of God as noted below.
It is such confusion and conflation which is presumably evident in any mis comprehension of Jihad. This also recalls the ambiguities of the tripartite framing of the Christian Church Ecclesia poenitensEcclesia triumphans, Ecclesia militanswith the latter exemplified by the use of the Christian Cross in one of the most favoured common Christian hymns: With the Cross of Jesus, going on before.
Such an understanding of the Cross is of course historically related to crusade -- as continues to be used metaphorically in Christian campaigns against those of other beliefs.
Department of Justice, U. They may also be affiliated with an Emergency Operations Center that responds in the event of a disaster. Implications of "fuzing technology"?Pascal's Triangle. One of the most interesting Number Patterns is Pascal's Triangle (named after Blaise Pascal, a famous French Mathematician and Philosopher).
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Jan 27, · Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology/Eucleides 1. From Wikisource But Proclus, as much a worshipper as any of them, must have had the same bias, and is therefore particularly worthy of confidence when he cites written history as to what was not done by Euclid.
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