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While Schroeder's version of the Classical Argument concerns what it is to have a reason and not which action is rational, it can be straightforwardly extended to deliver a Humean account of rationality.
A simple classical argument says that a pair of atoms has a narrow range of internuclear separations at which the photoassociation process can be driven to take place.
That's the classical argument, that everything is resource-dependent," explains Rolf O.
He also could have recognized the validity of Marshall's restatement of the classical argument that high interest rates and limited growth are due to insufficient saving.
Although Walton refers to Aristotle's Rhetoric, Sophistical Refutations, and Analytics, a student of classical argument might wish he had applied the distinctions developed in these works when explaining audience-based discourse, which he treats in chapter 3 on ad populum appeals.
The first part of the book outlines classical arguments for the existence of God and the second part answers the big questions we need in order to examine the claims of Christianity with integrity.
After this, Schwarz presents the classical arguments for God's existence, the 1) ontological, 2) cosmological, and 3) teleological, deftly expounding on their strengths and weaknesses.
Still boyish at 50 in black suit and collar, Barron employs a rhetorical repertoire ranging from classical arguments for the existence of God to baseball analogies for papal infallibility (the pope as umpire) to distill complex religious questions into Catholic talking points.
So how do these classical arguments or "rules" on the relationship of the rich and the poor relate to the African AIDS crisis?
Ahiakpor (1997, 1998) has demonstrated how Keynes's unorthodox use of terms, and the subsequent adaptation of Keynes's terms by the economics profession, has made it hard for most modem economists to grasp the language of classical arguments.
In conformity with classical arguments, Schall defends the view that the content of revelation, while not discoverable by reason, is not inimical to reason, as revelation proposes comprehensible answers to fundamental questions.
Well-reasoned and non-confrontational, this book responds to the classical arguments against atheism and explores how ethics and meaning can arise in a world without a supreme being.

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