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This argument was explicitly given by Adam Smith in his Theory of Moral Sentiments, and has more recently been developed by Harvard economist Benjamin Friedman in his book The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth.
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My argument is that there was no Saxon Shore prior to that time even though the forts had been in existence since the time of Carausius.
What was missing in the Governor's argument, as in so many similar arguments, was a premise which would enable one to make the ethical leap from what might be militarily desirable to what is right.
The `` Essex Journal '' says that he `` delivered an oration on the bridge, which for elegance of style, propriety of speech or force of argument, was truly Ciceronian ''.
In their book, American Skyline, Christopher Tunnard and Henry Hope Reed argue that Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal was what made the modern suburb a possibility -- a fine ironical argument, when you consider how suburbanites tend to vote.
After every money argument, she rebuffed her husband's overtures until the matter was settled in her favor.
Added to the argument was the fact that while she might have tasted the coffee if it had been still hot, she might even have drunk some of it, she wouldn't have taken enough to kill her, for she would have been warned by its taste.
An argument with Orville Torrence Killpath was as frustrating and as futile as a cap pistol on a firing range.
He was also pleased with the wide distribution because he thought it proved again his argument that Dallas investment men can do just as good a job as the big New York investment bankers claim only they can do.
In making his argument, the speaker uses the conventional, text book approved order of argument from Swift ’ s time ( which was derived from the Latin rhetorician Quintilian ).
Mordell's theorem had an ad hoc proof ; Weil began the separation of the infinite descent argument into two types of structural approach, by means of height functions for sizing rational points, and by means of Galois cohomology, which was not to be clearly named as that for two more decades.
An argument for the value of art, used in the fictional work ' The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy ', proceeds that, if some external force presenting imminent destruction of Earth asked humanity what it's value was -- what should humanity's response be?
While the British foreign affairs were in favour of support of the Canadian argument, the event resulted in what was thought of as a betrayal, leading to alienation of the British from the new nation of Canada.
Years later in 1890 Edward Granville Browne described how ` Abdu ' l-Bahá was " one more eloquent of speech, more ready of argument, more apt of illustration, more intimately acquainted with the sacred books of the Jews, the Christians, and the Muhammadans ... scarcely be found even amongst the eloquent.
After killing a religious leader during a theological argument, Nehor was tried and executed for his crimes.
Following the efforts of some figures of the National awakening of Bulgaria ( the most notable among them being Neofit Rilski and Ivan Bogorov ), there had been many attempts to codify a standard Bulgarian language ; however, there was much argument surrounding the choice of norms.
The first part of Einstein's argument was to determine how far a Brownian particle travels in a given time interval.
Though there was much argument in the past, it is now generally accepted that brochs were roofed, probably with a conical timber framed roof covered with a locally sourced thatch.
There is the argument that the Heer ( the German army ) itself was not ready for blitzkrieg at the start of the war.
" The university was not challenged about the origin of its interracial dating policy, and the District Court accepted " on the basis of a full evidentiary record " BJU's argument that the rule was a sincerely held religious conviction, a finding affirmed by all subsequent courts.
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However, in CL it is necessary to explicitly refer to the function namespace when passing a function as an argument — which is also a common occurrence, as in the example above.
Although Locke had never explicitly stated that natural right applied to products of the mind, it is possible to apply his argument to intellectual property rights, in which it would be unjust for people to misuse another's ideas.
Ehrman writes that this seems to be based on some notion of free will although this argument is never explicitly mentioned in the Bible.
Granting free men of color the right to vote could be seen as giving them the rights of citizens, an argument explicitly made by Justice Curtis's dissent in Dred Scott v. Sandford:
However, the argument is non-constructive: it only shows the existence of a winning strategy, without describing it explicitly.
By specifying these changes, this argument explicitly restricts the domain of " All ravens are black " to ravens.
This argument has been attacked by Howard Peacock, who suggests that Azzouni's strategy conflates two different kinds of ontological commitment-one which is intended as a measure of what a theory explicitly claims to exist, and one which is intended as a measure of what is required for the theory to be true ; what the ontological costs of the theory are.
This has been defended by successive governments with the argument that such right is so fundamental to Dutch society that it is redundant to explicitly mention it.
Herman Daly, a leading voice in the discipline of ecological economics, emphasizes that although Ricardo's theory of comparative advantage is one of the most elegant theories in economics, its application to the present day is illogical: " Free capital mobility totally undercuts Ricardo's comparative advantage argument for free trade in goods, because that argument is explicitly and essentially premised on capital ( and other factors ) being immobile between nations.
Part 6 is perhaps an under-emphasised feature of Hobbes's argument: his is explicitly in favour of censorship of the press and restrictions on the rights of free speech should they be considered desirable by the sovereign in order to promote order.
Nevertheless, the presence of explicitly partisan, critical and satirical humor is growing in editorial cartoons as partisan opinion and argument continue to play a larger role in News Media as a whole.
This argument does not address the other reporting requirements imposed on other executive officials and agencies by other statutes, nor does it address the provisions of Article I, Section 8 that explicitly gives Congress the authority to " make Rules for the Government and Regulation of the land and naval Forces ".
While seldom used explicitly, the geometric view of the complex numbers is implicitly based on its structure of a Euclidean vector space of dimension 2, where the inner product of complex numbers and is given by ; then for a complex number its absolute value || coincides with its Euclidean norm, and its argument with the angle turning from 1 to.
This was the case up until the codification movement in the late 18th and 19th centuries, which explicitly removed the direct applicability of Roman and canon law in most countries, although there continued to be argument about whether the was banished completely or survived where the national codes were silent.
Although " The Abolition of Work " has most often been reprinted by anarchist publishers and Black is well known as an anarchist, the essay's argument is not explicitly anarchist.
The seeds of this argument are arguably found in the decision, but as such, it was only explicitly argued by Wilson and not for the majority of the court.
The Court concurred with their argument that the Bundestag ( the federal parliament ) cannot pass such a law, because the German constitution explicitly states that affairs of education are the sole responsibility of the states and declared in July 2004 the law to be invalid.
Step-Saver challenged this argument, indicating that the box-top license should be non-binding since Step-Saver never explicitly agreed to its terms.
Part 6 is a perhaps under-emphasised feature of Hobbes's argument: his is explicitly in favour of censorship of the press and restrictions on the rights of free speech, should they be considered desirable by the sovereign in order to promote order.
She became infamous for an appearance on an Austrian evening talk show called Club 2, on 9 August 1979, on the topic of youth culture, when she demonstrated ( while clothed, but explicitly ) various female masturbation positions and became embroiled in a heated argument with another panelist.
* Many old interfaces, especially C-based ones, explicitly specified argument types in a way that did not allow straightforward nor transparent transition to 64-bit types.
Habermas distinguishes explicitly between factual consensus, i. e. the beliefs that happen to hold in a particular community, and rational consensus, i. e. consensus attained in conditions approximating an " ideal speech situation ", in which inquirers or members of a community suspend or bracket prevailing beliefs and engage in rational discourse aimed at truth and governed by the force of the better argument, under conditions in which all participants in discourse have equal opportunities to engage in constative ( assertions of fact ), normative, and expressive speech acts, and in which discourse is not distorted by the intervention of power or the internalization of systematic blocks to communication.
His argument is based on the role of judicial review and how the Courts must not go about creating rights not explicitly found in the Charter nor interpret Charter rights to protect interests that the rights were not initially intending to protect.