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ADVICE, com. law. A letter containing information of any circumstances unknown to the person to whom it is written; when goods are forwarded by sea or land, the letter transmitted to inform the consignee of the fact, is termed advice of goods, or letter of advice. When one merchant draws upon another, he generally advises him of the fact. These letters are intended to give notice of the facts they contain.

ADVICE, practice. The opinion given by counsel to their clients; this should never be done but upon mature deliberation to the best of the counsel's ability; and without regard to the consideration whether it will affect the client favorably or unfavorably.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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MARINA MARREN, "Philosophical Study of Tyranny in Plato, Sophocles, and Aristophanes." Adviser: John Sallis.
HAYYIM ROTHMAN, "Reason's Rebellion, or Anarchism out of the Sources of Spinozism." Adviser: Jean-Luc Solere.
I-KAI JENG, "Knowledge and Logos in Plato's Sophist," Adviser: David Roochnik.
GUY SHUH, "Friendship and Aristotle's Defense of His Explanatory Starting Point." Adviser: David Roochnik.
NOLAN LITTLE, "Authenticity and Inauthenticity in Martin Heidegger's Philosophy of History." Adviser: Daniel Dahlstrom.
EILEEN BAKER, "Autonomy and Informed Consent." Adviser: Michael E.
DAVID SCHWAN, "The Nature and Morality of Empathy." Adviser: Michael E.
GERARDO VIERA, "Time in Mind: The Cognitive Science of Temporal Representation." Adviser: Eric Margolis.
JIWON BYUN, "Thomas Henry Huxley's Agnostic Philosophy of Science." Adviser: John Beatty.
NICHOLAS SMYTH, "Making Sense of Moral Progress." Adviser: Bernard Reginster.
BJOERN RECKHENRICH, "Questions of Partiality: What May and Must We Do for Friends and Strangers." Adviser: David Estlund.