Although in the scheme of his argument it was meant to be a counterproof
to his primary contention, it is the reconfiguration of the relationship between citizenship, ingenuity, and the mechanical arts that is most noticeable.
Some publications have indicated that no physical machine can be designed to surpass the Turing machines and that it is not possible to construct a counterproof
And here is the counterproof
of this proposition: the person who does not understand repeats the words, or has them repeated to him.
Unlike the prosecutor's charging decision, the determination of moral blameworthiness at trial will be made by a neutral decisionmaker (the factfinder) after full-blown judicial process, with opportunity for proof and counterproof
from the defendant.
If the fact-finder believes the counterproof
offered by the attorney, the witness has been impeached in two ways.
One of the most important aspects of this is that these credentials can be machine verified, putting security past the realm of 'looking good' to a human inspector and into the realm of an encrypted, digitally signed and virtually counterproof
credential, an advantage that is very attractive to the U.
The military judge's ruling illustrates what Mueller & Kirkpatrick call the "add doctrinal logic" that can occur when a court admits "otherwise excludable evidence as counterproof
tending to contradict initial testimony.
17) This work was used as the prototype for two further drawings now in Rotterdam--an early copy of the head of Frans and a counterproof
of it in the same collection.
According to Marijn Schapelhouman, Van der Heyden made one or more drawings 'from life' in black chalk and later used these to design his illustration, often employing counterproofs
to transfer drawings to the etching plates to establish the proper orientation.
A court will typically look with well-founded skepticism on facial proofs of express consent, taking care that they do not hide transactions tainted with duress, (12) undue influence, (13) incapacity, (14) fraud, (15) mistake, (16) misunderstanding, (17) unconscionability, (18) or other disqualifying counterproofs
Mr Hinde mentions one recent acquisition that is a good example of the bargain price fetched by drawings that lack 'wall power': a collection of sketches and counterproofs
of designs for chimneypieces by the great neoclassical architect C.
Although Renoir's pastels are well loved, his pastel counterproofs
have had little, if any, exposure.