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Plural noun and verb form of the word discipline.
The academic institutions asked for many disciplines to work and study together to create a response to their grant proposal.
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The numerical value of disciplines in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of disciplines in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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What was impressive to me is that the exhibit takes you through the timeline of motorsports right from Sweepstakes all the way to today, it takes you through all the different racing series and disciplines, and ties in people and technology and how that has been transferred to road cars.
There is a special energy around this, it's designed to transgress the boundaries between disciplines in an effort to do some really deep, sustained critical thinking about some of the most important issues in the country and world at this moment.
In Eastern Orthodoxy, for example, the fasting rules are pretty elaborate -- no milk, no eggs, no meat, no fish with blood systems, and sometimes no leavened bread, even though the foods for Lent are really wonderful and tasty, they still remind you that you are in the middle of a fasting period and therefore, your eating habits continually reinforce the spiritual disciplines you're supposed to be working through.
Karl Wilhelm Friedrich von Schlegel:
Genius is, to be sure, not a matter of arbitrariness, but rather of freedom, just as wit, love, and faith, which once shall become arts and disciplines. We should demand genius from everybody, without, however, expecting it.
Science would be ruined if (like sports) it were to put competition above everything else, and if it were to clarify the rules of competition by withdrawing entirely into narrowly defined specialties. The rare scholars who are nomads-by-choice are essential to the intellectual welfare of the settled disciplines.
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