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# Argument from the resurrection
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# and Argument
# 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 ".
# 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.
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# Virtue ethics, derived from Aristotle's and Confucius's notions, which asserts that the right action will be that chosen by a suitably ' virtuous ' agent.
Illustration by Gilbert Wilkinson of Miss Marple from the December 1927 issue of The Royal Magazine and the first-known image of the character ( See The Thirteen Problems # First publication of stories | The Thirteen Problems )
# The electrons are never in a single point location, although the probability of interacting with the electron at a single point can be found from the wave function of the electron.
# the hydrogen-like atomic orbitals are derived from the exact solution of the Schrödinger Equation for one electron and a nucleus.
# The Slater-type orbital ( STO ) is a form without radial nodes but decays from the nucleus as does the hydrogen-like orbital.
# Siegfried ( died 24 October 1184 ), Bishop of Brandenburg from 1173 – 1180, Prince-Archbishop of Bremen, the first ranked prince, from 1180 – 1184
In Tales from the Crypt # 44 a plague-stricken man is eaten by a sperm whale, which produces ambergris that results in a cursed perfume.
# An aircraft should be “ in flight ” ( that is, according to Article 1, paragraph 3 of the Tokyo Convention, from the moment when power is applied for the purpose of take-off until the moment when the landing run ends );
# It is also used to signify that " grace is transmitted from the Apostles by each generation of bishops through the imposition of hands ".
# " goatskin coat ", from treating the word as meaning " something grammatically feminine pertaining to goat " ( Greek αἰξ ( stem αἰγ -)
# Demonstrative Devises -- i. e., cash gifts from a specific account, stocks, bonds, securities, etc ...
The C # programming language, along with other. NET-languages, has both the unsigned byte ( named ) and the signed byte ( named ), holding values from 0 to 255 and-128 to 127, respectively.