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English sentences with human agency in context,

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In both cases human agency is required.
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In both cases human agency is required.
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No Human agency is not required for small pox to kill you, it does that because its a disease.
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However, I greatly resist narratives that minimize human agency.
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It is important not to minimize human agency in the history of strategic bombing.
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We cannot strip away human agency from these developments.
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If we found out that Eminem was actually a highly advanced AI and that there was actually no human agency in his music, there would be a large portion of people who listen to his music because it's catchy and it's well crafted.
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As long as that persona is important to music (and I actually think it's a very deeply rooted aesthetic), algorithmic composition would never be able to replace human agency.
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Up to date histories consider a combination of inhuman factors, human agency, and other sophisticated constructivist factors in the outcome of events.
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Further, I don't think it counts as 'luck' or 'chance' when deliberate human agency is involved.
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There's also the matter of losing our human agency and self direction.
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The only variable here is human agency, not the experience of the cow or her ability/willingness to consent.
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More specifically we get to the issue of war reparations which are so commonly attributed to the rise of hyperinflation as some independent actor which removes all human agency.
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You also underestimate and take for granted human agency.
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Why do people think there are time limits on human agency?
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Historians, like myself, are deeply committed to the notion of human agency.
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I personally think we need to take a page from the social sciences and take structures and environment more into account than we typically do in our descriptions and analyses of human agency.
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Nevertheless, even in the midst of structural analysis I still always come back to human agency.
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In the modern West, the idea of manipulating other people is politically incorrect because you are, in a way, denying them their full human agency.
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If this is a natural construction of magic outside of human agency then we can probably take this as a reflection of the 'natural' shape of things.
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Paul in fact never attributes the death of Jesus to any human agency.
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But when it comes to determining moral responsibility; the buck stops with human agency: human beings aren't merely ciphers that translate external stimuli into deterministic behavior, and people are ultimately responsible for their own actions no matter what their influences and motivations were.
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We can try to mitigate the sources of influences and motivations that do appear to be causally linked to destructive behavior, but we need to be careful not to prioritize that process over individual human agency, and use it neither as an excuse to abridge people's fundamental rights, nor to absolve people of complete responsibility for their own behavior.
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What are the limits of human agency or intelligence?
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At the same time he ignores the arguments against it and completely understates the role of human agency.
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What are the limits of human agency or intelligence?
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The critique as I understand it is Diamond takes that role of the environment too far, to the point that these interactions and human agency writ large are overwhelmed and given a back seat.
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With all that in mind, however, I'm wondering if you've anything to say about the problems and vulnerabilities of the theologies that elevates free will, spiritual warfare and human agency too much?
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Consider the endless tools of the sadomasochist... gags, hoods, ropes, full body latex suits... again and again the point is reducing human agency.
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Far from it, I think that benevolent or not, the existence of an AGI spells the end of human agency, but I do believe that intelligence only acts to fulfill its needs.
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More specifically we get to the issue of war reparations which are so commonly attributed to the rise of hyperinflation as some independent actor which removes all human agency.
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What are the limits of human agency or intelligence?
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For Marx history barely ever works out the way human agency wants it to because there are forces (particularly "the economy") that are alien to or alienated from humanity.
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The fact that "the economy" has such profound effects on a society (just look at economic crises) is simply to say that it is alienated from us, and that the future does not simply depend on our fancy (as if this can be decoupled from reality) but also on the movement of these alienated forces with which human agency is tied up (dialectically).
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I still think it's valid to compare alcohol to guns when talking about the requirement of human agency and the possible results thereof.
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While the Blessed Virgin was the human agency by which Christ became incarnate a single time, the priest brings Christ down from heaven, and renders Him present on our altar as the eternal Victim for the sins of man—not once but a thousand times!
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that being said i actually liked that dramatic choice: it removes human agency in the face of prehistoric gods fighting.
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The age of human agency will be drawing to a close in the next 30-50 years.
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My guess would be that to make a pragmatic exception is to introduce human agency into the theory, which is as good as breaking it.
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Or handing out smallpox-infested blankets from sick wards...Second, Diamond’s account seriously underplays the alliances with native groups that enabled European forces to conquer and rule...The Jared Diamond of Guns, Germs, and Steel has almost no role for human agency–the ability people have to make decisions and influence outcomes.
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Gozer the Gozerian is the embodiment of the threat of nuclear war as it existed in mass consciousness at the time: Not a product of human agency, but a thing that has been looming so long as a threat, hanging over the heads of people who weren't born when its historical causes took shape, an irresistible force that will simply happen because of its own inevitability.
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if you are asking in earnest, CIA is a Human Intelligence agency, NSA is a Signals Intelligence Agency.
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But now, the UK fields world-leading signals intelligence through GCHQ and has long-since rehabilitated its human asset agencies.
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And that's stupid because humans have agency.
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If the state hotline isn't very helpful, look for a more regionalized/city department number to contact as sometimes (from my experience) the localized human services agencies will be more receptive to your concerns.
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It seems to be an artificial construction that humans have agency and robots do not simply because we're smart enough to see the inner workings of the robot we created to understand that there is no ghost in the shell, but not smart enough to understand ourselves.
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Seeing stuff is a natural part of the human hyperactive agency detection device.
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You still need the court; but you don't need to spend on a human notarising agency.
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Any individual right, any expression of an individual human being's agency as a free and sovereign person, whose right to exist and pursue life, liberty and happiness, is open to egregious abuse - - - that's no reason to circumscribe the rights of individuals, than it is to have an able police force and competent courts.
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I work for a human services agency, if you don't have really good insurance, or significantly more money than $400 you an receive any services.
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