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Yifa points out that arguments from silence are often less than conclusive, e. g. the lack of references to a compilation of a set of monastic codes by contemporaries or even by disciples does not mean that it never existed.
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Yifa has pointed out the perils of arguments from silence, in that although no references appear to the " Rules of purity " codes of monastic conduct of 1103 in the Transmission of the Lamp, or any of the Pure Land documents, a copy of the code in which the author identifies himself exists.
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The husband points the steps out with his flashlight: `` Its white stare filling her pale eyes To the blind brim with appetite, Bleaching her hands that grazed my thighs And sent us from the table in surprise To let the dishes soak all night, '' ( Mary Jane asked herself if Meredith was blushing at this line, or was it the fire??
He points out that from the time of Jackson on through World War 1,, evangelical Protestantism was a dominant influence in the social and political life of America.
Morrison points out that since our country is more urbanized than the Soviet Union or Red China, it is the most vulnerable of the great powers -- Europe of course must be written off out of hand.
The scientists, in and out of government, do not agree on some of the most vital points, at least publicly.
As Critic Walter Kerr points out: `` Adaptations, so long as they are good, still qualify as creative ''.
The New York Central has pointed out that this control, if approved by the Interstate Commerce Commission, would give the combined C. & O. - B. & O. Railroad a total of 185 points served in common with the New York Central.
As he points out, a religious group cannot exist without a collective credo, and the more extensive the credo, the more unified and strong is the group.
After all, the henpecked husband with his shrewish wife is a comic figure of long standing, in literature and on the stage, as Dr. Schillinger points out.
`` All too frequently '', points out James O'Gara, managing editor of Commonweal, `` Catholics run roughshod over Protestant sensibilities in this matter, by failure to consider the reasoning behind the Protestant position and, particularly, by their jibes at the fact that Protestant opinion on birth control has changed in recent decades ''.
Recognizing that there could have been no effective negotiated peace with Hitler, he points out the shocking failure to give support to the anti-Nazi underground, which very nearly eliminated Hitler in 1944.
The book points out that the poem has the same meter as that of " Auld Lang Syne "; the songs can be sung interchangeably.
In structure, Johnson points out the same central 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 cruelty by accusing their victims of being lower than human.
In agreement with Johnson, Donald C. Baker points out the similarity between both authors ' tones and use of irony.
*: But Burke also points out that the concepts of " incipient " and " delayed action " exist in the works of I. A.
When Tarrou points out that " victories will never be lasting ," Rieux admits that he is involved in a " never ending defeat ," but this does not stop him from engaging in the struggle.
Most players bid low amounts between one and ten points in an initial bid in order to feel out the competition and to save points for other uses.
However, Wolfram points out that at the time " Clovis got no farther than the Seine ; only after several more years did the Franks succeed in occupying the rest of the Gallo-Roman buffer state north of the Loire.
He points out that Shrine 261 is not strictly analogous to the Ark of the Covenant: it can only be said that the Anubis Shrine is " ark-like ", constructed of wood, gilded and gessoed, stored within a sacred tomb, " guarding " the treasury of the tomb ( and not the primary focus of that environment ), that it contains compartments within it that store and hold sacred objects, that it has a figure of Anubis on its lid, and that it was carried by two staves permanently inserted into rings at its base and borne by eight priests in the funerary procession to Tutankhamun's tomb.
Cameron also points out that whether he refers to Plato or to Crantor, the statement does not support conclusions such as Otto Muck's " Crantor came to Sais and saw there in the temple of Neith the column, completely covered with hieroglyphs, on which the history of Atlantis was recorded.
For example, Barrett points out that the Pastoral Epistles are concerned that ministers of the generation of Timothy and Titus should pass on the doctrine they had received to the third generation.
Church, Ministry and Sacraments in the New Testament Paternoster Press: 1993, p. 94f </ ref > He also points out that when Ignatius writes to the Romans, there is no mention of a bishop of the Roman Church, " which we may suppose had not not yet adopted the monarchical episcopate.
points and arguments
Eugenie Scott, along with Glenn Branch and other critics, has argued that many points raised by intelligent design proponents are arguments from ignorance.
Transformative learners utilize discourse as a means of critically examination and reflection “ devoted to assessing reasons presented in support of competing interpretations, by critically examining evidence, arguments, and alternative points of view .” When circumstances permit, transformative learners move toward a frame of reference that is more inclusive, discriminating, self-reflective, and integrative of experience.
Paley adopted a number of Hume's points, although he rejected most ( but not all ) of those aspects of his arguments which were considered to be inconsistent with Christian theology.
The dialectical method is dialogue between two or more people holding different points of view about a subject, who wish to establish the truth of the matter by dialogue, with reasoned arguments.
) and the disposition to refer on disputed questions of philosophy not so much to formal arguments as to the testimony of consciousness and our natural instincts are also amongst the points in which Hutcheson supplemented or departed from the philosophy of Locke.
In England this essay, which was regarded and treated as a plea for deism, caused a great sensation, eliciting several replies, from among others William Whiston, Bishop Hare, Bishop Benjamin Hoadly, and Richard Bentley, who, under the signature of " Phileleutherus Lipsiensis ", roughly handles certain arguments carelessly expressed by Collins, but triumphs chiefly by an attack on the trivial points of scholarship, his own pamphlet being by no means faultless in this very respect.
Such tactics may include the use of logical fallacies and propaganda techniques, and often involve the suppression of information or points of view by crowding them out, by inducing other people or groups of people to stop listening to certain arguments, or by simply diverting attention elsewhere.
Moreover, in categorizing consequences as either desirable or undesirable, such arguments inherently contain subjective points of view.
Other general arguments Stanton and the National exercised included points that women were taxed without representation, governed without their consent, and tried and punished without a jury of their peers.
As an advocate his sharpness and rapidity of insight gave him a formidable advantage in the detection of the weaknesses of a witness and the vulnerable points of his opponent's case, while he grouped his own arguments with an admirable eye to effect, especially excelling in eloquent closing appeals to a jury.
For other types of nonfiction books or articles, a ghostwriter will interview the credited author and review previous speeches, articles, and interviews with the credited author, to assimilate his or her arguments and points of view.
He agrees that conceivability ( as used in the Zombie and inverted spectrum arguments ) is flawed as a means of establishing metaphysical realities ; but he points out that even if we come to the metaphysical conclusion that qualia are physical, they still present an explanatory problem.
After a series of exchanges with McKay and Bar-Hillel, WRR author Witztum responded in a new paper claiming that McKay had used smoke screen tactics in creating several straw man arguments, and thereby avoided the points made by WRR authors refuting MBBK.
Wayman has outlined eleven points of complete agreement between the Mahāsāṃghikas and the Śrīmālā, along with four major arguments for this association.
The argmax operator is the natural complement of the max operator which, given the same arguments, returns the maximum value ( instead of the point or points that reach that value ).
The arguments made in support of abolitionism reflect many of the points that Weld made in the Lane Seminary debates.
The bulk of Beyond Chutzpah consisted of an essay critiquing the " new antisemitism " and longer chapters contrasting Dershowitz's arguments in The Case for Israel with the findings of mainstream human rights organisations, such as Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International, asserting that Dershowitz had lied, misrepresented and fabricated many of his points in order to protect Israel and hide its record of alleged human rights violations.
On the exact definition of each of these steps hinge all the arguments and technical points involved in annulments, and annulment disputes ( e. g., one of the most famous, that of Henry VIII ).
Thus, Harlan ’ s arguments can be constructed in three major points: First, states ( California ) cannot censor their citizens in order to make a “ civil ” society.
This dialogue has the goal of assessing reasons behind competing interpretations through critical examination of evidence, arguments, and alternate points of view.
This dialogue provides the opportunity to critically examine evidence, arguments, and alternate points of view which fosters collaborative learning.