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any theory that regards will as the fundamental agency or principle, in metaphysics, epistemology, or psychology.
the principle or practice of supporting churches, schools, hospitals, etc., by
contributions or aid instead of relying on government assistance.
any policy or practice based on
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It brings together three things: pluralism, localism and
Given that his goal was to ensure access to land, he was probably right to conclude that
would not work.
Faith used to drive a lot of
, civic engagement and self-reliance.
The timetable of
is perfect: it provides ample time, but not a day too much of it.
and this separation of church and state have not led to religious indifference or religious apathy.
The abandonment of
reflected the change in the underlying situation.
First, experience to date indicates that
will result in only a minority of employees being involved.
Three additional variables--work role,
, ideal incentives--were added to build a quasi-theory of satisfaction.
British Dictionary definitions for
) the theory that the will rather than the intellect is the ultimate principle of reality
a doctrine or system based on voluntary participation in a course of action
the belief that the state, government, and the law should not interfere with the procedures of collective bargaining and of trade union organization
another name for
the principle of supporting churches, schools, and various other institutions by voluntary contributions rather than with state funds
any system based on this principle
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