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Of the Injustice of Counterfeiting Books

By: Immanuel Kant

...tinuing importance (even though it is not often taken into account in contemporary debates, and has only a tenuous relation to contemporary copyright law); the distinction between works and acts in the “Universal Observation” (the third section of the essay) strikes us as odd today, but is worthy of consideration; his admission of the permissibility of derivative works is ...

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Veritas Neo: The New Vision for a New Reality

By: Kee

...ociety as a whole? Peace is a mindset. And it begins with freedom. We are united in desire not only to see beyond the "Matrix" of this world -- yet a... ...alizes that they are free, then that, in itself, is worth everything. And united in truth, we may just change everything. It is, in fact, time for a... ... for the people!" for six months, sixteen... and then we’d start needing "law and order", start excluding people. And then, boom. There we go again.... ...in the purest sense. Now, I’m not talking about the school of thought that states that every ant, every spider, every frog, are "equal to or better t... ...h a specific Purpose, and everyone needs to be working together under the united "flag" of that Purpose. It's taken a long while to have everyone un... ...and oppression, that sentients’ rights should be protected by the rule of law, Whereas it is essential to promote the development of friendly relati... ...nd effective recognition and observance, both among the peoples of Member States themselves and among the peoples of territories under their jurisdic... ... 6 Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law. Article 7 All are equal before the law and are entitled without any di...

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Watermelon Credo

By: Wally Amos

...rry Obama liked to showboat his personal style, but the future president of the United States had a lot to learn about what it meant to be on a team... ...ma liked to showboat his personal style, but the future president of the United States had a lot to learn about what it meant to be on a team. He l...

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The Ulysseans

By: Antonio Mercurio

.... At birth, human beings are reactive and they are controlled by the iron law of action-reaction and stimulus-response. Many remain there for their... ...ifferentiate themselves from the masses. They are able to break free of the law of action-reaction so they can elevate themselves to the spiritual di... ...ogical life, because it is a type of life that is no longer subject to the law of death and entropy. Not every populace has a soul or is capable o... ...ble to say whether they are right or wrong but, as the title of my article states, I do have something new and impossible to propose, regarding matte... ...ght I would here like to affirm the principle of circular causality, which states that reality is circular, just like a wheel is circular. Linear re... ...e must simply accept the brutal coherence of Saint Thomas of Aquino, which states that the damned are necessary to glorify God, or Saint Paul’s, who... ...ng a kingdom on this earth where human beings, with their souls and bodies united, could live freely and completely, free from any type of slavery, ... ... confines of this universe’s space-time. Many human lives, when they are united socially and historically, create a language and a culture. From t... ...is transformed into billions of cells, each one differentiated and yet all united together to reach a specific goal: the life of a human organism. ...

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Man with No Name

By: Wally Amos

...t ed. p. em. ISBN 0-944031-57-9 : $9.95 1. Amos, Wally. 2. Businessmen--United States--Biography. 3. Cookie industry--United States. 4. Uncle Nona... ...p. em. ISBN 0-944031-57-9 : $9.95 1. Amos, Wally. 2. Businessmen--United States--Biography. 3. Cookie industry--United States. 4. Uncle Noname Cook... ... enough lemons to make lemonade for the entire southern population in the United States, who seem to have a greater appreciation for this refreshing... ...lemons to make lemonade for the entire southern population in the United States, who seem to have a greater appreciation for this refreshing drink ... ...." I looked closely at the papers in my hand. They were an order from The United States Ninth District Court in San Francisco, served on me on behal... ...oked closely at the papers in my hand. They were an order from The United States Ninth District Court in San Francisco, served on me on behalf of Th... ...ys it took more than nine innings to get through a game. But this was the law of the land-Ruby's land. And there was no breaking that law, even in R... ...e had started and, given the right reason, she was not above changing the law of the land, which she came close to doing one Sunday when she and I w... ...to doing one Sunday when she and I were returning home from church. The law of the land at the time was that black people sat in the back of the b...

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Live an Inspiring Life

By: Wally Amos

...N PRESS is registered in U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Printed in the United States of America. First Printing: 2006 * This book is printed on ... ... is registered in U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Printed in the United States of America. First Printing: 2006 * This book is printed on recycle... ...er strength to sit ~own and fight came from knowing she was right and the law was wrong. "She was planted there by her personal sense of dignity and...

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The Power in You

By: Wally Amos

...e right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form. Published in the United States of America by Donald 1. Fine, Inc. and in Canada by General ... ... of reproduction in whole or in part in any form. Published in the United States of America by Donald 1. Fine, Inc. and in Canada by General Publish... ... Catalogue Card Number: 88-45365 ISBN: 1-55611-093-6 Manufactured in the United States of America 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 DESIGN: Stanley S. DrateIFoli... ...gue Card Number: 88-45365 ISBN: 1-55611-093-6 Manufactured in the United States of America 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 DESIGN: Stanley S. DrateIFolio Graph... ...surprise, many of those boys had achieved more 7 than ordinary success in law, medicine, business and so on. The professor questioned some of the me... ...nd meditate upon it daily. It casts out fear. It is the fulfilling of the Law. It covers a multitude of sins. Love is absolutely invincible. There'... ...lts and teenagers. The method was successful, and L.V.A. spread to other states and communities. John suggested that this might be the cause we ha... ...nal exposure which would help them to spread their program throughout the United States. At first, they were a little suspicious of my THE POWER I...

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Catalogue of the Library of Thomas Jefferson : Compiled With Annotations, Philosophy (Continued) : Volume 3

By: E. Millicent Sowerby
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Speculations and Physics

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...mbrane Theories Return Negentropic Agents and the Increase of Entropy The Second Law of Thermodynamics predicts the gradual energetic decay of ph... ...ne is more important than any other (in-built) "consideration". Time and the Third Law of Thermodynamics are pitted against Life (as an integral an... ...as the outcome of cosmic acceleration would merely be the culmination of the Second Law of Thermodynamics. This is definitely true for our local su... ...cosmic) realm. The wave function (which describes the co-existing, superpositioned, states of the system) "collapses" following an act of measureme... ...e function which are macrocosmically stable and "objective" (known as the "pointer states")? Indeed, pointer States are reminiscent of the "strange... ...ther words, even the most rudimentary act of measurement is likely to probe pointer states. Superpositions are notoriously unstable. Even in the qu... ...overnments on macro-economic matters. Freelance journalist in various media in the United States. 1990 to 1995 President of the Israel chapter of ... ...nia and to the Ministry of Finance. 2001 to 2003 Senior Business Correspondent for United Press International (UPI). 2007 - Associate Editor, Gl... ...cs on Suite 101 and Bellaonline. Columnist and commentator in "The New Presence", United Press International (UPI), InternetContent, eBookWeb, Pop...

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Hypotheses on Ulysses

By: Antonio Mercurio

...ction and, once it is created, it is no longer subject to death nor to the law of entropy. It is immortal and it guarantees immortality to those who... ...d by Sophia University of Rome 1995). This awareness and this wisdom, united with the art of self-transformation (Sophia-Art and Cosmo-Art), he... ...lf of his guilt and has also served his rightful sentence according to the law, is shocked by this and he remembers what his master had told him lon... ...dentity so we can acquire a better one, even though this is an ineluctable law of life that we do so. We don’t want to have to experience emptiness... ...hen this occurs it is a work of art made by the man and the woman, who are united in a common goal: the fusion of the masculine and the feminine prin... ...re deeply on the meaning of the facts that are narrated. Homer clearly states in three different places that Ulysses suffered immensely because ... ...l. Of the various principles that I have formulated, one of my favorite’s states: “ outer reality corresponds to inner reality”. It is never by cha... ..., they ate the cattle sacred to the Sun. In the introduction Homer also states that Ulysses suffers because of the “trials” that he has to underg...

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Paradoxism and Postmodernism in Florenitin Smarandache's Work

By: Ion Soare

...htm ISBN: 1-931233-32-2 Standard Address Number 297-5092 Printed in the United States of America 4 Ion Soare PARADOXISM AND PO... ... ISBN: 1-931233-32-2 Standard Address Number 297-5092 Printed in the United States of America 4 Ion Soare PARADOXISM AND POSTMODER... ...stic roots pull him towards his native place from Balcesti- Valcea, while the States ...and the whole world are not enough for his flight. Modest nat... ...ounted waves these could arouse disgust and repulsion, extreme sentiments and states, contrary to those anticipated. There are poets, especially in l... ...ma is devil’s woman? -You’ll understand, my son, when you’ll have a mother-in-law. (-De ce zici despre bunica, mereu, ca e poama acra? -Ai sa intel... ... texts and of the majority of the postmodernist ones, “ leads after the inner law of these arts to the resumes and even the deformations of them”. Th...

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Sappho's Journal

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

... Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 2006025662 Printed in the United States of America Library of Congress Cataloguing-in-Publicatio... ...ary of Congress Catalog Card Number: 2006025662 Printed in the United States of America Library of Congress Cataloguing-in-Publication Data ... ...ayed on his dining room walls. Of hide and metal, in various shapes, they united the room and its glazing lamps and candles. I felt myself the focal... ... of salt. Shutters groaned. “To strike a balance between common sense and law, this is the cause to which we must pledge ourselves. Our local tyrant...

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St Statesman

By: Plato

...thin the document or for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. Statesman by Plato, trans. Benjamin Jowett, the Pennsylvania State Univer... ...fferent aspects of the same subject in a single dialogue. In the Sophist and Statesman especially we note that the discussion is partly regarded as an... ...ties of human life. Yet the ideal glory of the Platonic philosophy is not 4 Statesman extinguished. He is still looking for a city in which kings are... ...s, who are the established interpreters of the will of heaven, authorized by law. Nothing is more bitter in all his writings than his comparison of th... ...r royal 6 Statesman person. And the rule of a man is better and higher than law, because he is more able to deal with the infinite complexity of huma... ...nkind, in despair of finding a true ruler, are willing to ac- quiesce in any law or custom which will save them from the caprice of individuals. They ... ...he legislator is to contrive human bonds, by which dissimilar natures may be united in marriage and supply the deficiencies of one another. As in the ... ...ey have education, something noble may be made, and who are capable of being united by the statesman, the kingly art blends and weaves to- gether; tak...

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Catalogue of the Library of Thomas Jefferson : Compiled With Annotations, Philosophy : Volume 2

By: E. Millicent Sowerby

...XVI Ethics Moral Philosophy 1 Law of Nature and Nations 67 XVII Religion 89 XVIII Equity 192 XIX Common Law 210 XX Law - Merchant 357 XXI Law - Maritime 363 XXII Law - Ecclesiastical 376 XXIII Foreign Law 384...

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The Republic

By: Plato

...to modern metaphysics in the Philebus and in the Sophist; the Politicus or Statesman is more ideal; the form and institutions of the State are more cl... ...upon the analyses of Socrates and Plato. The principles of definition, the law of contradiction, the fallacy of arguing in a circle, the dis tinction... ...God, of the Utopia of Sir Thomas More, and of the numerous other imaginary States which are framed upon the same model. The extent to which Aristotle ... ..., in literature. And many of the latest conceptions of modern thinkers and statesmen, such as the unity of knowledge, the reign of law, and the equali... ...odern thinkers and statesmen, such as the unity of knowledge, the reign of law, and the equality of the sexes, have been anticipated in a dream by him... ...s under the same or different names throughout the work, both as the inner law of the individual soul, and finally as the principle of rewards and pun... ... or in any other body, that body is, to begin with, rendered incapable of united action by reason of sedition and distraction; and does it not become... ...inciple to be the subject and ally? Certainly. And, as we were saying, the united influence of music and gymnastic will bring them into accord, nervin... ...principle has been already laid down that the best of either sex should be united with the best as often, and the inferior with the inferior, as seldo...

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Philebus

By: Plato

... idea is regarded by Hegel as the supreme principle of philosophy; and the law of contradiction, which is affirmed by logicians to be an ultimate prin... ...ans to be an ultimate principle of the human mind, is displaced by another law, which 10 Philebus asserts the coexistence of contradictories as imper... ...les with and regu- lates the infinite is best expressed to us by the word ‘law. ’ It is that which measures all things and assigns to them their limit... ...any of which he here speaks, is illustrated by examples in the Sophist and Statesman. Notwithstanding the differences of style, many resemblances may ... ...e that dialectic is not the purest and most exact. ’ From the Sophist and Statesman we know that his hostility towards the sophists and rhetoricians ... ...sts and rhetoricians was not mitigated in later life; although both in the Statesman and Laws he admits of a higher use of rhetoric. Reasons have been... ...learn them all, and in consideration of this common bond which in a manner united them, he assigned to them all a single art, and this he called the a... ... of the outer parts; and this is due to the forcible separation of what is united, or to the union of what is separated, and to the juxtaposition of p... ...e body without the soul, and the soul without the body, as well as the two united, are susceptible of all sorts of admixtures of plea- sures and pains...

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Phaedrus

By: Plato

...ghth, into a soph ist or demagogue; the ninth, into a tyrant. All these are states of probation, wherein he who lives righteously is improved, and he... ...es. Its use is not confined, as people commonly suppose, to arguments in the law courts and speeches in the assembly; it is rather a part of the art o... ...to them, they would acknowledge also a higher love of duty and of God, which united them. And their happiness would depend upon their preserving in th... ...f an age wanting in original power. T urning from literature and the arts to law and politics, again we fall under the lash of Socrates. For do we not... ...t be forgotten in relation to this subject. In the end less maze of English law is there any ‘dividing the whole into parts or reuniting the parts in... ...Republic). Is not leg islation too a sort of literary effort, and might not statesmanship be described as the ‘art of enchanting’ the house? While th... ... imagine an im mortal creature having both a body and also a soul which are united throughout all time. Let that, however , be as God wills, and be s... ...hat of a sophist or dema gogue; to the ninth that of a tyrant—all these are states of probation, in which he who does righteously improves, and he wh...

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Symposium

By: Plato

...s from a noble text: ‘That without the sense of honour and dishonour neither states nor individuals ever do any good or great work.’ But he soon passe... ...ern times, at tempts to reduce the moral to the physical; or recognises one law of love which pervades them both. There are loves and strifes of the ... ...isposed to deny that ‘from them flow most of the benefits of individuals and states;’ and even from imper fect combinations of the two elements in te... ... and even from imper fect combinations of the two elements in teach ers or statesmen great good may often arise. Yet there is a higher region in whi... ...e ‘army of lovers and their beloved who would be invincible if they could be united by such a tie’ Symp.), is not a mere fiction of Plato’s, but seems... ...enerated into licentiousness. Such we may believe to have been the tie which united Asophychus and Cephisodorus with the great Epaminondas in whose co... ...om one to another of them. But the love of young boys should be forbidden by law , because their future is uncertain; they may turn out good or bad, e... ...noble enthusiasm may be thrown away upon them; in this matter the good are a law to themselves, and the coarser sort of lovers ought to be re straine... ...eracleitus, although his words are not accurate; for he says that The One is united by disunion, like the harmony of the bow and the lyre. Now there i...

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Protagoras

By: Plato

...inds on the surface of human life one common bond by which the vir tues are united,—their tendency to produce happi ness,—though such a principle is... ...ist, if a few only share in the virtues, as in the arts. And further, make a law by my order, that he who has no part in reverence and justice shall b... ...se they think that every man ought to share in this sort of virtue, and that states could not exist if this were otherwise. I have explained to you, S... ...I reckon to be kinsmen and friends and fellow citizens, by nature and not by law; for by nature like is akin to like, whereas law is “Protagoras” — Pl... ...ither bad nor very stupid; and when he knows justice (which is the health of states), and is of sound mind, I will find no fault with him, for I am no... ... bring health and improve ment of the bodily condition and the salvation of states and power over others and wealth?’—they would agree to the latter ...

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Phaedo

By: Plato

...can we form of the soul when separated from the body? Or how can the soul be united with the body and still be independent? Is the soul related to the... ...of men, and different men and women of the same 21 Plato nation, in various states or stages of cultivation; some more and some less developed, and a... ...g up inflicted by their parents, of elder offenders which are imposed by the law of the land, of all men at all times of life, which are attached by t... ...dred years. We congratulate ourselves that slavery has become industry; that law and constitutional government have su perseded despotism and violenc... ...s, injustices are to be expected in an other;’ but ‘This life is subject to law, and is in a state of progress, and therefore law and progress may be... ...ad of in us; away from the laws of nature, instead of in them. And we become united to him not by mystical absorption, but by partaking, whether con ... ...ion of ideas ‘under the form of eternity’ takes the place of past and future states of existence. His language may be com pared to that of some moder... ...ce more consider the matter in another light: When the soul and the body are united, then nature orders the soul to rule and govern, and the body to o... ... explain to me their comparative swiftness, and their returnings and various states, active and passive, and how all of them were for the best. For I ...

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The Brothers Karamazov

By: Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky

...en planning to bring an action against him. The family , I repeat, was now united for the first time, and some of its members met for the first time i... ...n our time, and does regenerate and transform the criminal, it is only the law of Christ speaking in his conscience. It is only by recognising his wro... ...Christian society—that is, the Church—were to reject him even as the civil law rejects him and cuts him off? What would become of him if the Church pu... ...ed him with her excommunication as the direct conse- quence of the secular law? There could be no more terrible despair, at least for a Russian crimin... ...e that contains the truth, and therefore cannot practically and morally be united to any other judgment even as a temporary compromise. She can enter ... ...venture to beg you most earnestly to lay aside your dissensions, and to be united in love and fam- ily harmony—with prayer to the Lord at our humble t... ...v . Y ou have perhaps heard of him? A man of vast intellect, the mind of a statesman… he knows you, too… spoke of you in the highest terms…” Mitya bro... ...le, Alyosha, talented, modest, like you, and he has al- most the mind of a statesman, he talks so charmingly, and I shall certainly , certainly try an... ...ple, officials, journalists, priests…. The subject is a complete enigma. A statesman con- fessed to me, indeed, that all his best ideas came to him wh...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

... In some countries, the obligation to save life is legally codified. But while the law of the land may create a LEGAL right and corresponding LEGAL... ...re is not much difference between the embryo and the comatose. A typical contract states the rights of the parties. It assumes the existence of pa... ...d, if so (b) in which circumstances – can be easily settled using modern contract law. Yes, a contract can be annulled and voided if signed under ... ...ion (state vector) in quantum mechanics – the represent millions of potential final states (=millions of potential embryos and lives). The fetus is ... ... Why is there a debate regarding this question? "Thou shalt not kill" is a natural law, it appears in virtually every legal system. It is easily an... ... kin and kith. Note - The Exclusionary Conscience The self-identity of most nation-states is exclusionary and oppositional: to generate solidarity,... ...ys been the most fervent anti-Semites. Jews are not so much a race as a community, united in age-old traditions and beliefs, lore and myths, histor... ...y. This viral hijacking of the host country's agenda is particularly evident in the United States where the interest of Jewry and of the only super... ...are no exception. Jews are, indeed, over-represented in certain professions in the United States. But they are under-represented in other, equally ...

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Sextus Empiricus and Greek Scepticism

By: Mary Mills Patrick

... directs his writings entirely against the Dogmatics, by whom he distinctly states that he means the Stoics, [3] and the influence of the Stoics beg... ...e master of Sextus, or by himself, from the place where it had so long been united with the Empirical School of medicine, Athens would seem the most... ...s understands to be synonymous. The third reference is in regard to a Roman law, and the use of the word 'Roman' does not at all show that Sextus wa... ... as παξ᾽ ἡκῖλ shows that they were always Roman laws, and his definition of law [3] is especially a definition of Roman law. This argument might, it... ...to any part of the Roman Empire, but Haas claims that the whole relation of law to custom as treated of by Sextus, and all his statements of customs... ...in three volumes, and the two works comprising eleven books which have been united in later times under the title of πξὸο καζεκαηηθνύο, one of which ... ...requent assertion that he does not affirm things to be absolutely true, but states them as they appear to him, and that they may be otherwise from w... ...Dogmatic, if preferred, or to one whom the Dogmatics consider wise, [1] and states that as the ideas given by the different sense organs differ radi... ... in the Academy, with which Scepticism after the death of Timon was so long united, the exact continuance of Pyrrhonism. The philosophical enmity of...

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A Unifying Field in Logics : Neutrosophic Logic. Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability

By: Florentin Smarandache

...Manifesto of the PARADOXISM is especially a revolt of the emigrant to the United States who doesn't speak English, against the language - an anti- la... ...to of the PARADOXISM is especially a revolt of the emigrant to the United States who doesn't speak English, against the language - an anti- language ... ...oems; - poems in Pirissanorench (language spoken in the South-West of the United States by a single person!); - super-poems; 6 - graphic poems; ... ...- poems in Pirissanorench (language spoken in the South-West of the United States by a single person!); - super-poems; 6 - graphic poems; - upse... ......, so that <P> looks differently in each of them - getting all possible states from <P> to <Non-P> until <Anti-P>. And, as a consequence, for any... ...he spiritual field it is really difficult to obtain (exact) formulas. a) Law of Equilibrium: The more <A> increases, the more <Anti-A> decre... ... horizontal Cartesian axes are asymptotes for the curve M $I = k. 19 b) Law of Anti-Reflexivity: <A> in the mirror of <A> gradually vanishes itsel... ...g, therefore itself too! Dadaism of the dadaism vanishes either. c) Law of Complementarity: <A> feels like completing with <Non-A> in order to...

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Voices from the Past

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

...6 Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 2006030830 Printed in the United States of America Library of Congress Cataloguing-in-Publication ... ...brary of Congress Catalog Card Number: 2006030830 Printed in the United States of America Library of Congress Cataloguing-in-Publication Data ... ...ayed on his dining room walls. Of hide and metal, in various shapes, they united the room and its glazing lamps and candles. I felt myself the focal... ... of salt. Shutters groaned. “To strike a balance between common sense and law, this is the cause to which we must pledge ourselves. Our local tyrant... ...ory and thought are broth- ers. But, make no mistake, thousands repeat the law and the scriptures and only a handful think.” I see his sparsely bear... ...ment when officials were in the crowd? Authorities wanted me to break the law by passing judgment. I was shocked by the woman’s fear, her beseeching... ...white mas- ters. In the same year, there were 56,649 mulattoes in the free states; but for the most part they were not born there—they came from the ... ...; but for the most part they were not born there—they came from the slave states. During this year, the slave states had 348,847 mulattoes, all of h... ...kbirders will find slave trade dangerous and unprosper- ous, with both the United States and England patrolling the seas. If I accomplish nothing mor...

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Fourth International Anthology on Paradoxism

By: Florentin Smarandache

...th CONFIDANT Sympathetic software In external hard disc SIN Court of law can overlook Conscience says ‘No’ SILENCE Absence of speech Me... ... limb ă specific ă, Pirissanorench (language spoken in the South-West of the United States by a single person, limb ă vorbit ă în sud-estul Statelor... ... specific ă, Pirissanorench (language spoken in the South-West of the United States by a single person, limb ă vorbit ă în sud-estul Statelor Unite ... ...//www.gallup.unm.ed u/~smarandache/a/Paradoxism.htm 201 GERALD ENGLAND (United Kingdom) absolutely there are no absolutes a poem stands o... ...sén ………….…………………………………... SWEDEN Kristina Staude …………………………………………….... UNITED KINGDOM Gerald England ……………………..……………………….. USA Ahmed Ba...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...essed through the author’s website at http://james-boyle.com. Printed in the United States of America. ISBN: 978-0-300-13740-8 Library of Congress Con... ...hrough the author’s website at http://james-boyle.com. Printed in the United States of America. ISBN: 978-0-300-13740-8 Library of Congress Control Nu... ...ary university I have ever encountered and so the obligations flow beyond the law school. Professor Anthony Kelley, a brilliant composer, not only educ... ...enomics, and my wife Lauren Dame, as- sociate director of the Genome Ethics, Law and Policy Center, provided cru- cial support to my work with the sci... ...hur, and Hewlett Foundations have generously supported my work, as have Duke Law School’s research grants and Bost Fellowships. My work on synthetic b... ... 1 Each person has a different breaking point. For one of my students it was United States Patent number 6,004,596 for a “Sealed Crustless Sandwich.” ... ... person has a different breaking point. For one of my students it was United States Patent number 6,004,596 for a “Sealed Crustless Sandwich.” In the ... ...ract from our totals the works that are clearly in the public domain. In the United States, that is generally work produced before 1923. That material... ...om our totals the works that are clearly in the public domain. In the United States, that is generally work produced before 1923. That material, at le...

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Introduction to Neutrosophic Logic

By: Charles Ashbacher

... ISBN: 1-931233-60-8 Standard Address Number: 297-5092 Printed in the United States of America 3 Foreword As someone who works heav... ... 1-931233-60-8 Standard Address Number: 297-5092 Printed in the United States of America 3 Foreword As someone who works heavily in ... ...g else” it is then possible to avoid the restrictions forced on us by the law of the excluded middle. Chapter three describes the rules of fuzzy log... ...apter 1 Classical Logic 7 Section 1 Propositions Section 2 The Law of the Excluded Middle Section 3 Logical Equivalence Section ... ... as well as the negations of all the tautologies. Section 2 The Law of the Excluded Middle While propositions can be used in many diff... ...in the modal frame. Example: The major league baseball teams in the United States are split up into two leagues, the National and American. At... ...modal frame. Example: The major league baseball teams in the United States are split up into two leagues, the National and American. At the en... ... for tiny particles such as electrons to possess one of two possible spin states, “up” and “down.” They are placed in quotes because the spin proper...

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