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  1. Which to her reveal Kurosawa" privileging" these samurai," support the, argument ,voiced by several Japanese critics that Kurosawa was an elitist ... Kurosawa
  2. And substituted meters, adapting the rhythms to the requirements of serious, argument , In an anapestic passage in The Frogs, for instance, the character Aeschylus
  3. Cowards, and base things sire base" ( IV,2) to reinforce his hereditarian, argument , On the question of eugenics, Schopenhauer wrote: With our knowledge of the
  4. The conditional premise. Examples One way to demonstrate the invalidity of this, argument ,form is with a counterexample with true premises but an obviously false
  5. Committed by reasoning in the form: #If P, then Q. #Q. #Therefore, P. An, argument ,of this form is invalid, i. e., the conclusion can be false even when
  6. In its favor are hard to refute ". Reich:" ... Turing's informal, argument ,in favor of his thesis justifies a stronger thesis: every algorithm can be
  7. Libertarian philosopher Robert Notice, who argued that her meta-ethical, argument ,is unsound and fails to solve the is–ought problem posed by David Hume. Some
  8. Notice that the faces of the pigs have begun changing. During a poker match,an, argument ,breaks out between Napoleon and Mr Pilkington when they both play the Ace of
  9. Theme, that of cannibalism and the eating of babies as well as the same final, argument , that" human depravity is such that men will attempt to justify their own
  10. The jury on the law applicable to the case, permitting seriously improper, argument ,by an attorney, admitting or excluding evidence improperly, acting outside the
  11. About meromorphic functions inside and on a closed contour *Mathematical, argument , a quantity that serves to relate functions and variables using a common
  12. Representing themselves) of the legal reasons why they should prevail *Closing, argument , in law, the concluding statement of each party's counsel reiterating the
  13. Petitions for ending slavery from 1835 to 1844,while Manifest Destiny became an, argument ,for gaining new territories, where slavery could expand. The acquisition of
  14. To a new trial. In the United States, a lawyer traditionally starts an oral, argument ,to any appellate court with the words" May it please the court. " After an
  15. Countries and regions planned for future content. In philosophy and logic,an, argument ,is an attempt to persuade someone of something, or give evidence or reasons for
  16. One is used. Moreover, the fact that all three are equivalent is a very strong, argument ,for the correctness of anyone. " (Roster 1939:225–6) Rosser's footnote #5
  17. Pest resistance warrants the development of a new pesticide. An alternative, argument ,is that the way to 'save the environment' and prevent famine is by using
  18. In constructive set theory from the assumption of the axiom of choice. Another, argument ,against the axiom of choice is that it implies the existence of
  19. Hummel points out Hayek's solution in Prices and Production to Krugman's, argument , but then argues that it is unsatisfactory. Hayek argues that the decrease in
  20. Trial court. Hence, such an appellate court will not consider an appellant's, argument ,if it is based on a theory that is raised for the first time in the appeal. In
  21. To other axioms of set theory. The decision must be made on other grounds. One, argument ,given in favor of using the axiom of choice is that it is convenient to use it
  22. Simple living in natural surroundings, and his essay, Civil Disobedience,an, argument ,for individual resistance to civil government in moral opposition to an unjust
  23. Phrase that appears in a syntactic relationship with the verb in a clause *Oral, argument , in US law, a spoken presentation to a judge or appellate court by a lawyer (
  24. Elliptic integral form MAPLE to Mathematical, one should replace the second, argument ,to its square, see; dealing with complex values, this may cause problems. *
  25. Of another function, The first function is assumed, if the expression in the, argument ,contains more characters ~t~ or ~\tau~, than characters ~\omega~, and the
  26. For a free falling observer the rules of special relativity must apply. This, argument ,is called the Equivalence principle. In the same article, Einstein also
  27. Became confused about the gauge invariance in the theory. He formulated an, argument ,that led him to conclude that a general relativistic field theory is impossible
  28. Possible. The emphasis shifted away from Lincoln-the-emancipator to an, argument ,that blacks had freed themselves from slavery, or at least were responsible for
  29. When such a relationship would be difficult to explicate with an equation *An, argument ,of a function, also known as an independent variable Language and rhetoric
  30. Even its norm \int | f (x)|^2 x) depend on the character used to denote its, argument , If the Greek letter is used, it is assumed to be a Fourier transform of
  31. Effects such as the deflection of light by massive bodies were predicted. Hole, argument ,and Century theory While developing general relativity, Einstein became
  32. As Irish policy in general. Details Swift goes to great lengths to support his, argument , including a list of possible preparation styles for the children, and
  33. Notations. Usually, the conversion to another notation requires scaling the, argument ,and/or the resulting value; sometimes, the same name of the function is used
  34. In other words so long as they do so without force). According to this, argument , the free market is simply the natural situation that would result from people
  35. Real numbers, even though all its coefficients (1 and 0) are real. The same, argument ,proves that no subfield of the real field is algebraically closed; in
  36. Democratic leader Stephen A. Douglas' Freeport Doctrine. This doctrine was an, argument ,for thwarting the Died Scott decision that, along with Douglas' defeat of the
  37. Showing the financial benefits of his suggestion. He uses methods of, argument ,throughout his essay which lampoon then-prominent William Petty and the social
  38. An oscillator is equal to hf, to half the energy spacing between levels. This, argument , which was made in 1913 in collaboration with Otto Stern, was based on the
  39. The science of mathematics. These theories were built on a coherent building of, argument ,from assumed or accepted beginnings. Etymology The earliest attested name is
  40. Einstein abandoned the theory in November 1915 after realizing that the hole, argument ,was mistaken. Cosmology In 1917,Einstein applied the General theory of
  41. The message, Speer burst out," The Führer can kiss my ass! " After a lengthy, argument , Milch persuaded Speer to withdraw his offer of resignation, on the condition
  42. Characters (typically in anapestic rhythm); **excited dialogue or heated, argument ,(typically trochaic rhythm, the same as in early tragedy); **long speeches
  43. Is in us, remains both the material and the limit of our consideration. The, argument ,that Buddhism affected Schopenhauer’s philosophy more than any other Dharma
  44. That copyrights are in some situations compatible with a free society. His, argument ,is that when a copyright notice is on a piece of literary work this is a signal
  45. With this machine he could analyze a" syllogism or any other simple logical, argument ,". This machine he displayed in 1870 before the Fellows of the Royal Society.
  46. Economy during recessions. Jeffery Hummel offers some solutions to Krugman's, argument , but then reasons that none are satisfactory. First Hummel points out Hayek's
  47. Most catastrophic events, and a Christian hope is granted to all. Paneloux's, argument ,is based on the theology of St. Augustine, on which he is an expert, and it is
  48. Those argument s are presented in written briefs and sometimes in oral, argument ,to the court at a hearing. At such hearings each party is allowed a brief
  49. A gap between the narrator’s meaning and the text’s, and that a moral-political, argument ,is being carried out by means of parody ". While Swift’s proposal is obviously
  50. Are rarely or never well-defined, and are presented in the context of a larger, argument ,that invites a conclusion. For example," You could do with a new automobile.

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