Noun(1) (physics(2) the quality of being relative and having significance only in relation to something else
(1) moral relativity(2) Thus, forms of moral relativism assert the relativity of moral values; forms of epistemological relativism assert the relativity of knowledge.(3) Because there are things in the universe that exist or did exist that are very heavy, thus general relativity applies, but these things are also very compact and small, so quantum mechanics applies.(4) The apparent relativity of the moral impulse is an illusion which is created by the mind for the mind's own purposes.(5) On the other hand, moral relativism asserts the relativity of morality.(6) Obviously, in the wake of postmodernism we are looking to build up new foundations for ourselves within the context of our newly-acquired radical consciousness of relativity .(7) This is a nostalgia for a different system of values, and its difference from Western moral attitudes serves to highlight the relativity of value systems in East and West, and Ralph's dilemma in striving to live by a hybrid of the two.(8) While we recognize the relativity of any system of beliefs, we do not want to give up on them all, lest we give up on the hope of changing the world.(9) These people constantly lecture the rest of us on being responsible for our actions, asserting that there's no relativity when it comes to good and evil.(10) Heaped upon itself it becomes dangerously unstable, at some point reversing a fundamental theory of political relativity and becoming the one thing it should never be - the story itself.(11) Welker claims his real concern is moral relativity .(12) General relativity explains the behaviour of gravity and its effect on both matter and energy.(13) The late Herbert Stein essayed on the relativity of wealth in 1996 for the Journal editorial page in an article titled ├ö├ç├┐Am I Better Off?├ö├ç├û(14) According to general relativity , gravitational differences affect time by dilating it.(15) Mr Cowen said the benchmarking system has rid the public sector of relativity clauses that had serious flaws allowing groups with no connections to argue for similar wage deals.(16) Penrose introduced the scope of modern physics and followed with a description of possible models of the universe based on criteria from the theory of relativity , including the effect of singularities.
(1) theory of relativity :: 相対性理論
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