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The observed decrease in legislative trust is less significant in Britain, Canada, France, Japan, and Norway, where trust in parliament fell less than 10 percentage points. Nonetheless, the level of trust currently observed in Norway (69 percent) is much higher than that in Canada (37 percent), Britain (35 percent), or Japan (20 percent). In contrast, legislative trust has increased in Belgium, Denmark, Italy, the Netherlands, and Sweden. Portugal and Spain are part of the third wave of democratization that began in the mid-1970s, but we included them as established democracies for their democratic political systems are the oldest and also some of the most consolidated of the third wave. As a matter of fact, trust in the Spanish parliament had been declining since the 1980s and well until the mid-1990s, following the pattern of other new democracies. However, the last survey, conducted in 2000, shows that Spaniards’ confidence in their legislature rose to the same level of 1981, without net gains or losses. The Portuguese legislative branch has gained some trust in the last decade. If more recent democracies will follow the Spanish and Portuguese paths of recovery in trust, we will observe an increase in political trust in these countries in the future. Of course, we will not know this for sure until another round of surveys has been conducted later in the decade.

Confidence in the civil service also shows some decline, but not as sharp as the one observed for the legislatures. As shown in Table 2 , on average, trust in the civil service decreased 12 points among Latin American nations—with Argentina registering the sharpest fall, 8 points in Eastern European nations, and 5 points in the former Soviet republics. The fall of confidence in civil service in established democracies was, on average, 1 point. The number of established democracies where confidence in the civil service decreased equals the number of countries where it rose. In the case of legislative trust, there were more countries showing a decline.

T able 2

Confidence in civil service: Development over time in new and established democracies

(per country and survey) = approximately 1,000

: Percentages show those saying they have ‘a great deal’ or ‘quite a lot of’ confidence.

: 1981 to 2001 World Values Surveys.

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T able 2

Confidence in civil service: Development over time in new and established democracies

(per country and survey) = approximately 1,000

: Percentages show those saying they have ‘a great deal’ or ‘quite a lot of’ confidence.

: 1981 to 2001 World Values Surveys.

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We associate this smaller shift with the fact that congress is a more compact and visible body of government than the more abstract civil service, and also tends to engage in more public controversies with executives bodies. After all, in politics congress is usually more exposed and gets more blame than the civil service.

Existence exists—and the act of grasping that statement implies two corollary axioms: that something exists which one perceives and that one exists possessing consciousness, consciousness being the faculty of perceiving that which exists.

If nothing exists, there can be no consciousness: a consciousness with nothing to be conscious of is a contradiction in terms. A consciousness conscious of nothing but itself is a contradiction in terms: before it could identify itself as consciousness, it had to be conscious of something. If that which you claim to perceive does not exist, what you possess is not consciousness.

Whatever the degree of your knowledge, these two—existence and consciousness—are axioms you cannot escape, these two are the irreducible primaries implied in any action you undertake, in any part of your knowledge and in its sum, from the first ray of light you perceive at the start of your life to the widest erudition you might acquire at its end. Whether you know the shape of a pebble or the structure of a solar system, the axioms remain the same: that exists and that you it.

To exist is to be something, as distinguished from the nothing of nonexistence, it is to be an entity of a specific nature made of specific attributes. Centuries ago, the man who was—no matter what his errors—the greatest of your philosophers, has stated the formula defining the concept of existence and the rule of all knowledge: A . A thing is itself. You have never grasped the meaning of his statement. I am here to complete it: Existence is Identity, Consciousness is Identification.

Galt’s Speech, , 124

Reality is that which exists; the unreal does not exist; the unreal is merely that negation of existence which is the content of a human consciousness when it attempts to abandon reason.

Galt’s Speech, , 126

. It is not a product of a supernatural dimension, or of anything else. There is nothing antecedent to existence, nothing apart from it—. Existence exists—and only existence exists. Its existence and its nature are irreducible and unalterable.

Leonard Peikoff, “The Analytic-Synthetic Dichotomy,” , 109

The first and primary axiomatic concepts are “existence,” “identity” (which is a corollary of “existence”) and “consciousness.”

“Axiomatic Concepts,” , 55

An axiomatic concept is the identification of a primary fact of reality, which cannot be analyzed, i.e., reduced to other facts or broken into component parts. It is implicit in all facts and in all knowledge. It is the fundamentally given and directly perceived or experienced, which requires no proof or explanation, but on which all proofs and explanations rest.

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Search Tutorial

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Part 1: Getting started

Part 2: Uploading the tutorial data

Part 3: Using the Splunk Search App

Part 4: Searching the tutorial data

Part 5: Enriching events with lookups

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Restricting, or filtering, your search criteria using a time range is the easiest and most effective way to optimize your searches.

You can use time ranges to troubleshoot an issue, if you know the approximate timeframe when the issue occurred. Narrow the time range of your search to that timeframe. For example, to investigate an incident that occurred sometime in the last hour, you can select Today , but a better option is Last 60 minutes .

Let's explore the data from the Buttercup Games online store using the different time ranges.

To start a new search, click in the Apps bar.
To search for a keyword in your events, type in the Search bar and press .

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Notice that hundreds of events are returned.

You use the time range picker, which is to the right of the Search bar, to set time boundaries on your searches. The default time range is Last 24 hours . You can restrict the search to one of the preset time ranges, or use a custom time range.

When you run a search using the tutorial data, if no events are returned, it is probably because you downloaded the tutorialdata.zip file more than one day ago. When you download the ZIP file, timestamps are generated and added to the data.

The tutorial data for the Buttercup Games store contains events for a seven day period. The dates of the events are based on the date that you downloaded the tutorial data file. For example, if you download the file today, the dates for the events begin the previous week. If today is a Wednesday, the events have a timestamp starting the previous Wednesday. The last events are from yesterday. There are no events from today. Searching for events using Today or any time less than the last 24 hours will return no events.

For all of your searches that use the tutorial data files, you need to adjust the search time range based on when you downloaded the tutorial data files. If you downloaded the tutorial data file 3 days ago, there are no events from the last 3 days. Try a different Relative time range, such as Previous week or Last 7 days .

The free function insert(arr, c, pl) performs this insertion operation. It accepts an x -monotone curve c , which may intersect some of the curves already in the arrangement arr , and inserts it into the arrangement by computing its zone. Users may supply a point-location object pl , or use the default walk point-location strategy (namely, the variant insert(arr, c) is also available). The running-time of this insertion function is proportional to the complexity of the zone of the curve c .

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In some cases users may have a prior knowledge of the location of the left endpoint of the x -monotone curve c they wish to insert, so they can perform the insertion without issuing any point-location queries. This can be done by calling insert(arr, c, obj) , where obj is an object represents the location of c 's left endpoint in the arrangement - namely it wraps a Vertex_const_handle , a Halfedge_const_handle or a Face_const_handle (see also Section Point-Location Queries ).

So far all our examples were of arrangements of line segments, where the Arrangement_2 template was instantiated with the Arr_segment_traits_2 class. In this case, the fact that insert() accepts an x -monotone curve does not seem to be a restriction, as all line segments are x -monotone (note that we consider vertical line segments to be weakly x -monotone).

Suppose that we construct an arrangement of circles. A circle is obviously not x -monotone, so we cannot insert it in the same way we inserted x -monotone curves. Elie Tahari SilkPaneled Knit Sweater Free Shipping Pick A Best zPger
However, it is possible to subdivide each circle into two x -monotone circular arcs (its upper half and its lower half) and to insert each x -monotone arc separately.

The free function insert() also supports general curve and not necessarily x -monotone curves. In this case it requires that the traits class used by the arrangement arr to be a model of the concept ArrangementTraits_2 , which refines the ArrangementXMonotoneTraits_2 concept. It has to define an additional Curve_2 type (which may differ from the X_monotone_curve_2 type), and support the subdivision of curves of this new type into x -monotone curves (see the exact details in Section Traits Classes ). The insert(arr, c, pl) function performs the insertion of the curve c , which does not need to be x -monotone, into the arrangement by subdividing it (if needed) into x -monotone subcurves and inserting each one separately. Users may supply a point-location object pl , or use the default walk point-location strategy by calling insert(arr, c) .

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