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Definition of Faulty

  • Containing faults, blemishes, or defects; imperfect; not fit for the use intended.
  • Guilty of a fault, or of faults; hence, blamable; worthy of censure.

How to use faulty in a sentence. Faulty pronunciation.

Therefore human reason, as already pointed out, is by its very nature finite and faulty in conclusions.
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Inasmuch as the source of traditions and interpretations is human reason, and human reason is faulty, how can we depend upon its findings for real knowledge?
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Briefly, the point is that in the human material world of phenomena these four are the only existing criterions or avenues of knowledge, and all of them are faulty and unreliable.
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All human standard of judgment is faulty, finite.
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All crude and faulty, but showing so much strength, so much individuality and color-sense, that Mr. Hamilton turned the leaves of the little book again and again, and finally laid it down reluctantly, saying: "If I only had time, Marie, I should like to talk them all over with you.
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She felt that Donald Keith's verdict had been proved false or at least faulty.
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But here's a vengeful sword, rusted with ease, That shall be scoured in his rancorous heart That slanders me with murther's crimson badge.- Say, if thou dar'st, proud Lord of Warwickshire, That I am faulty in Duke Humphrey's death.
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We have reason to think it faulty in several respects.
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This would seem to indicate that _Lasius niger_ had a better memory than _Lasius flavus_; whether the failure of the latter to recognize their friends at once was due, however, to faulty memory or not, is a psychical problem that will, probably, never be solved.
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Some of our most respected social institutions are nothing but so many self-opinionated and unconscious oppositions to the Law of Nature which is the Law of God,-and thus it often happens that when obstinate humanity persists in considering its own ideas of Right and Wrong superior to the Eternal Decrees which have been visibly presented through Nature since the earliest dawn of creation, a faulty civilisation sets in and is presently swept back upon its advancing wheels, and forced to begin again with primal letters of learning.
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In the same way a faulty Soul, an imperfect individual Spirit, is likewise compelled to return to school and resume the study of the lessons it has failed to put into practice.
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The one set of atoms is prepared to maintain the equilibrium of health and life, but if through the neglect and unwatchfulness of the sentinel Soul any of them are allowed to become disused and effete, the other set, whose business it is to disintegrate whatever is faulty and useless for the purpose of renewing it in better form, begins to work-and this disintegrating process is our conception of decay and death.
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The drawing is faulty, the center of gravity being lost in several of the figures, and the anatomy is of a quality that must have given a severe shock to the artist's friend, Leonardo.
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Did you ever hitherto find me in the confraternity of the faulty?
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The question may arise in the student’s mind: How can we review our past life from the cradle to the grave when we do not even remember what we did a month ago, and to form a proper basis for our future life, this record ought to be very accurate, but even the best memory is faulty?
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What if some link in his chain were faulty?
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I soon found, that the methods of differentiation are mostly correct, but our synthesis, or process of integration made by the use of metaphysics was faulty.
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The differentiation correctly lowered the dimensions, but our faulty integration did not restore the original dimensions.
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All of those who are blinded by traditions and refuse to investigate, or to know these mathematical truths, are a danger to humanity in directly helping to obscure issues, and in helping to maintain the faulty structure which, as in the past, is bound to collapse again and again in the future.
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I am not one of those who insist on views once maintained though later found faulty.
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Examples of Faulty

Example #1
It cannot surround the Reality Itself, the Infinite Word.
Example #2
If we are not endowed with perfect reason, how can we comprehend the meanings of the Word of God?
Example #3
The fourth criterion I have named is inspiration through which it is claimed the reality of knowledge is attainable.
Example #4
The question arises, How shall we know whether we are following inspiration from God or satanic promptings of the human soul?
Example #5
How shall we differentiate between them?