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By being time-specific, it is open to empirical corroboration or confutation, which of course, I shall not be around in a biological body to observe.
Robert Crowley, Confutation of the misshapen Aunswer to the misnamed.
Lewis as perhaps the best specimen of Platonic dialogue ever produced in English, (8) this work was followed in rapid succession by a series of polemical works in which the literary dimension is less in evidence: The Supplication of Souls (1529); The Confutation of Tyndale's Answer (1532; 1533), a massive two-part sequel to the Dialogue; The Apology of Sir Thomas More, Knight (1532); The Debellation of Salem and Bizance (1532); The Answer to a Poisoned Book (1533).
27) Seltmann argued that with regard to those necessary beliefs Catholics and Protestants were in fact united--the Roman Confutation (1530) had affirmed several articles of the Augsburg Confession, including those articles addressing Catholic beliefs about the Trinity, original sin, the episcopal office, baptism, the Real Presence in the Eucharist, and the freedom of the will.
In the first place, however, her status as a satellite of Starks's marks the confutation of her subjectivity envisioned in the tree trope.
Fray Bernardino expressed his opinion, on the deification of females, with particular force in the confutation at the end of the first book:
For a confutation of all sort of widespread antiglobalization prejudices and conventional opinions see Bhagwati, 2004.
A sampling: The Truth Behind the New Atheism; Beyond the God Delusion; God Is No Delusion: A Refutation of Richard Dawkins; Why Richard Dawkins is Wrong About God; The God Solution; The New Atheist Crusaders and Their Unholy Grail: The Misguided Quest to Destroy Your Faith; A Confutation of the New Atheism; The Devil's Delusion: Atheism and its Scientific Pretensions; Answering the New Atheists: The Noncase Against God, and Atheism Remix: A Christian Confronts the New Atheists.
Confutation of the plurality, of the multiplicity can be applied to common views about the relation between that which is considered as the unique original text and that which are considered its many translations.
However, having been present within at least one such public presentation of his theory, the reviewer feels compelled to commend An-Na'im on his confident prose and informed confutation of many opposing arguments.
His objective to contradict Iqbal's statements about women and their essence looks even clearer in the last verses, especially when he says tu Falatun o Arastu hai (You are Plato and Aristoteles), a direct confutation of Iqbal's Mukallimat-i Falatun na likh saki (You were not able to write Plato's Dialogues).
Laudan, Larry, "A Confutation of Convergent Realism", en: Philosophy of Science, XLVIII (1981), pp.