By Carl L. Yaws
Provides thermodynamic diagrams (graphs) overlaying quite a lot of pressures and temperatures. features a wide variety of natural compounds together with hydrocarbons, oxygenates, hydrogenates. quantity three comprises natural compounds C8 to C28.
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But what exactly is intended in describing the human as imprinted with the divine image? 2 What then of one who is disabled, “cut down” more than most? Is the divine likeness of such a person less than that of his non-disabled counterpart? From the biblical story itself, it appears that man was able to suffer the loss of divine-like magnitude in his physical endowment without any diminishing of his divine likeness. He continues to be described as so graced even after the Flood (Gen. 9:6). R. Samuel b.
Solomon Edels explains that it lacked “the spiritual power, namely speech, and had only animal vitality”; R. ”10 Inability to speak lies behind the general talmudic attitude that the deaf-mute lacks intelligence. 11 Novak criticizes this intellectual understanding of “in the image of God” because, since human thoughts are unlike God’s thoughts (Isa. 13 Novak argues, however, that although humans have this gift to a vastly greater degree than all other creatures, they are nonetheless still far from cognitively emulating God.
11 See Chapter 6 for fuller treatment of this point. 12 1979, p. 361. 13 Code, Laws concerning the Fundamental Principles of the Torah 2:8. 14 Novak, p. 364. 15 Mishna Avot 3:14. “Man” here refers to both Jew and Gentile; see Tiferet Yisrael ad loc. 16 Heschel, 1960, p. 140. 17 Novak, p. 365 and note 58, citing BT Berakhot 54a commenting on Deut. v. yerae; and Heschel, 1954, pp. 124–6. In Midrash Hagadol on Gen. 1:27, the term tzelem is attributed to man’s physical being as well as to the soul, so that man’s entire being is a divine endowment.