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# and Argument
# REDIRECT Argument from ignorance
# Natural Rights / Justice Argument: this argument is based on Locke ’ s idea that a person has a natural right over the labour and / or products which is produced by his / her body.
# Utilitarian-Pragmatic Argument: according to this rationale, a society that protects private property is more effective and prosperous than societies that do not.
# " Personality " Argument: this argument is based on a quote from Hegel: " Every man has the right to turn his will upon a thing or make the thing an object of his will, that is to say, to set aside the mere thing and recreate it as his own ".
# REDIRECT Argument from authority
# REDIRECT Argument from authority
# REDIRECT Argument
# REDIRECT Argument from ignorance
# REDIRECT Argument
# REDIRECT Argument from authority
# REDIRECT Argument
# Argument from the wisdom of Jesus
# Argument from the claims of Jesus as son of God
# Argument from the resurrection
# REDIRECT Argument from silence
# REDIRECT Argument to moderation
# REDIRECT Argument from authority
# REDIRECT Argument from ignorance
# REDIRECT Argument from ignorance
# Argument From Consciousness: This argument, suggested by Professor Geoffrey Jefferson in his 1949 Lister Oration states that " not until a machine can write a sonnet or compose a concerto because of thoughts and emotions felt, and not by the chance fall of symbols, could we agree that machine equals brain.
# Argument from continuity in the nervous system: Modern neurological research has shown that the brain is not digital.
# Argument from the informality of behaviour: This argument states that any system governed by laws will be predictable and therefore not truly intelligent.
# Argument that without the Charter a repeal of the Corn Law would be of little use ;
# REDIRECT Argument from ignorance

# and
65 # 4 ( Autumn, 1991 ), pp. 1 12 in JSTOR
11 # 3 ( Jan., 1945 ), pp. 255 268 in JSTOR
2 # 1 ( Jan., 1940 ), pp. 87 104 in JSTOR
30 # 2 ( May, 1998 ), pp. 341 372 in JSTOR
* 1961 Motown releases what would be its first # 1 hit, " Please Mr. Postman " by The Marvelettes.
# Otto I, Margrave of Brandenburg ( 1126 / 1128 7 March 1184 )
# Siegfried ( died 24 October 1184 ), Bishop of Brandenburg from 1173 1180, Prince-Archbishop of Bremen, the first ranked prince, from 1180 1184
# Count Bernhard of Anhalt ( 1140 9 February 1212 ), Duke of Saxony from 1180-1212 as Bernard III
# Margaret ( 28 February 1261 9 April 1283 ), who married King Eirik II of Norway
# Alexander, Prince of Scotland ( 21 January 1264 Jedburgh 28 January 1284 Lindores Abbey ); buried in Dunfermline Abbey
# David ( 20 March 1272 June 1281 Stirling Castle ); buried in Dunfermline Abbey
# 1. around 1200: Gertrude of Merania ( 1185 8 September 1213 ), a daughter of Berthold IV, Duke of Merania and his wife, Agnes of Wettin
# Bourgogne of Lusignan ( 1176 1180 or c. 1178 c. 1210 ), married as his third wife Raymond VI of Toulouse 1193, repudiated and divorced 1194 or 1196 without issue, married Gauthier I de Montfaucon aka Walter of Montbéliard ( killed in action at the Battle of Satalia, June 20, 1212 ) 1197 or bef.
# Guy of Lusignan, died young 1197 1205
# John of Lusignan, died young 1197 1205
# Hugh I of Lusignan ( c. 1194 1218 )
# Héloise / Helvis of Lusignan ( c. 1190 1216 1219, 1216 / 1219 or c. 1217 ), married firstly c. 1205 Eudes de Dampierre sur Salon, Lord of Chargey-le-Grey, div.
# Alix de Lusignan, died young 1197 1205
# Sybilla of Lusignan ( October November 1198 c. 1230 or 1252 ), married King Leo II of Armenia
# Melisende of Lusignan ( c. 1200 aft.
# Amalric or Amaury of Lusignan ( 1201 February 2, 1205, Acre

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