Consent, Estoppel, And Reasonableness: Three Challenges To Universal International LawConsent, Estoppel, And Reasonableness: Three Challenges To Universal International Law
Note that this text is set up so that the footnotes applying to an individual page appear at the foot of the page rather than at the end of the document.]
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Bui,/Fernandez,/Tran pp 190: The History of ComputingBui,/Fernandez,/Tran pp 190: The History of Computing
The eniac is significant not only because it revolutionized the culture of science, business, and technology, but it also enhanced the role of women in the field of computer science and created a legacy for the digital age
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The Individuation of the Senses1The Individuation of the Senses1
Five external senses, as most cultures have it—sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste? Should proprioception, kinaesthesia, thirst, and pain be included, under the rubric bodily sense? What about the perception of time
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The \"Bad Samaritan\" ParadigmThe "Bad Samaritan" Paradigm
Which also needs to be reexamined. Finally a recommendation for dealing with the "Bad Samaritan" problem legislatively is offered
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Can/Should Computers Replace Judges?Can/Should Computers Replace Judges?
Speculates concerning judicial decisionmaking to test, at least theoretically, what some of the implications of jurisprudential advances might be
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Iris Dyrrmishi Professor John RodrigueIris Dyrrmishi Professor John Rodrigue
He is a scientist, but although he relies heavily on logical proofs to disprove the myth of the past golden age, his emotional appeals is more effective in helping him to complete the task
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Scientific Realism First published Wed Apr 27, 2011Scientific Realism First published Wed Apr 27, 2011
This article explains what scientific realism is, outlines its main variants, considers the most common arguments for and against the position, and contrasts it with its most important antirealist counterparts
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The great transformationThe great transformation
The self-regulating market am the fictitious commodities: labor, land, and money
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Notes Bridge legislative supremacy with constitutional avoidance Keep note of how the purposivists view Congress as generating imperfect work productNotes Bridge legislative supremacy with constitutional avoidance Keep note of how the purposivists view Congress as generating imperfect work product
Keep note of how the purposivists view Congress as generating imperfect work product
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Gun Control or People Control?Gun Control or People Control?
There just may be an underlying motive for gun control. After all, people would be easier to control if they were defenseless. Few public policy debates have been as dominated by emotion and misinformation as the one on gun control
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