doctrine of interest


doctrine of interest
принцип заинтересованности (в обучении)

Англо-русский словарь по психоаналитике. 2013.

Смотреть что такое "doctrine of interest" в других словарях:

  • Doctrine of worthier title — Property law Part of t …   Wikipedia

  • Doctrine of Labyrinths — The Doctrine of Labyrinths Mélusine, The Virtu, The Mirador, Corambis Author Sarah Monette Country United States Language …   Wikipedia

  • Doctrine of mental reservation — Contents 1 Secular use 2 Mentalis restrictio in moral theology 3 Legacy …   Wikipedia

  • Doctrine of indivisibility — The doctrine of indivisibility (or indivisibility doctrine) was a legal doctrine in United States copyright law, which held that a copyright was a single, indivisible right that its owner could only assign as a whole. The doctrine was founded… …   Wikipedia

  • Doctrine of Indivisibility — The Doctrine of Indivisibility was a legal doctrine in United States copyright law, which held that a copyright was a single, indivisible right that its owner could only assigned as a whole. The doctrine was founded upon the policy concern was… …   Wikipedia

  • Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce — The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce: Restor d to the Good of Both Sexes, From the Bondage of Canon Law was published by John Milton on 1 August 1643. An expanded second edition was published on 2 February 1644. The editions were published… …   Wikipedia

  • Doctrine of chances — For the 18th century book on probability theory, see The Doctrine of Chances. Evidence …   Wikipedia

  • Doctrine of bias in Singapore law — A depiction of Lady Justice on the tympanum of the Old Supreme Court Building Bias is one of the grounds of judicial review in Singapore. If actual bias on the part of a judge or tribunal can be proved by a party to a legal proceeding, or on the… …   Wikipedia

  • Doctrine of chances — Chance Chance (ch[.a]ns), n. [F. chance, OF. cheance, fr. LL. cadentia a allusion to the falling of the dice), fr. L. cadere to fall; akin to Skr. [,c]ad to fall, L. cedere to yield, E. cede. Cf. {Cadence}.] 1. A supposed material or psychical… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Doctrine of marshalling — Marshalling is a common law equity concept applied in the context of lending. Suppose there are two creditors and one borrower. Creditor A has the right to resort to two pieces of security interest of the borrower and creditor B only has access… …   Wikipedia

  • Public policy doctrine — Conflict of laws Preliminiari …   Wikipedia

Книги