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Metaphysicians have argued endlessly as to the interaction of mind and matter.
Price acknowledged the existence of an extensive fossil record, but argued that all fossils had been created during a catastrophic worldwide deluge--that is, the Biblical flood from which Noah escaped in his ark.
Ricardo argued that even if an individual, or nation, was better than all others at producing everything, trade would still make sense.
H argued that, because the Service had no right to deny him his right to sign the return and had processed and treated the return as valid until September 1998, it waived its right to rely on the statutory requirement in declaring the return invalid for lack of a signature.
A compelling, and beautifully argued essay by Tracey Sedin ger invites historicist critics to rethink their hostility to psychoanalysis, suggesting that a rejection of psychoanalysis is akin to a rejection of theory.
Mammal metabolism, they argued, is proportional to the surface area of the animal's skin because skin area determines how fast metabolic heat is shed.
In fact, the current controversy has its roots in the bathhouse debates of the mid '80s, when some argued that the facilities should be closed to help control the AIDS epidemic while others defended them as important havens of gay sexual freedom.
Running on a platform that emphasized opposition to NAFTA and GATT and support for universal health care, progressive taxation, protection of federal lands from development, and abortion rights, Miller argued that Green policies were much closer to the mainstream than the religious-right politics of Republican Redmond or the mushy centrism of Serna.
Rather, with this admirably researched, intelligently argued, highly readable study, Tate breaks new ground in theorizing the meaning and contexts of late nineteenth-century black women's writing.
Scholars such as Paul Fussell (The Great War and Modern Memory) have argued that the shock and novelty of the Great War created an entirely new culture that stood at such variance to traditional culture that it is appropriate to think of post-war culture as entirely new and "modern." More recently, Jay Winter (Sites of Memory, Sites of Mourning) has led a rethinking on the subject.
The sleight of hand was on display April 26 when Goldstein argued a complex international antitrust case on behalf of Empagram, an Ecuadoran vitamin company seeking damages in U.S.
Nor can it plausibly be argued that reciting the Pledge is comparable to reading sacred text, like the Bible, or engaging in an act of religious worship.