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Information transmitted electronically may, because of its association with the `logic' of computerization, adopt the added force of incontrovertibility and be accepted as `fact'.
Toews explains that "the verification of the truth of this story ultimately remains dependent not on the marshaling of empirical data or on logical incontrovertibility, but on the act of mutual recognition whereby one person discovers an adequate symbolization of his or her life story in the story of another.
Moreover, the arguments offered in support of the view that human society is more and more in conflict with its own ecological life support systems are often models of the application of human reason - in the simplicity and incontrovertibility of their arguments.
It also discusses the Court's understanding of the purported common law rule that the writ serves only to test the jurisdiction of the committing court(50) and the related rule of the incontrovertibility of the truth of the return.
A device perhaps from the incontrovertibility of the one to win credence for the other.