A logical pattern develops, with seeming natural consequences appearing for a variety of actions.
One of the big differences between the pre-1989 and the post-1989 left is the seeming lack of any serious economic manifesto published by the latter.
The seeming acceptance by the Royal Family of the heir to the throne's new wife has also been of major importance.
A major reason for the seeming indifference is the cost of treatment.
How can we explain this seeming inconsistency?
Of course this perspective is not available to the empiricists, and they do not have such a straightforward explanation of the seeming necessity of mathematics.
This seeming indifference to atrocity feeds the central government's sinking reputation at home and abroad.
Such reform is arranged of seeming necessity within the context of a silent covenant.
While his anti-administration sentiments make him a seeming dissenter, he is very quick to state, though not as a contradiction, that he also loves his homeland.
This seeming inadequacy of the real world is the crux of Shaw's enterprise.