The truth which I recognize, or the proposition which I assert, is the same truth which Euclid recognized, the same proposition which he asserted" is how Collingwood put it, and also he wrote "if I not only read [Plato's] argument but understand it, follow it in my own mind by rearguing
it with and for myself, the process of argument which I go through is not a process resembling Plato's, it actually is Plato's, so far as I understand him rightly.
Legal research would do well to avoid rearguing
intellectual debates now all but settled in the IR discipline.
Having personally answered such defense claims, the author can also attest to the large quantities of time consumed by rearguing
the factual sufficiency of a case.
greenhouse gases," (23) thus rearguing
issues presumably settled in
It must not contain new issues, and it must avoid rearguing
the merits of the appellate court's decision.
In this sense, I am rearguing
the case for Garner as I discuss the evidence presented in the case through affidavits and other correspondence among the parties.
In this sense, the book represents a rearguing
of the Crown's case in the Marshall (No.
In that case, the Supreme Court held that a Tax Court order did not bar the government from rearguing
an issue where the order had been "only a pro forma acceptance .
While the rearguing
of the case disciplinary bodies of the football association upheld their previous verdicts and the tribunal reversed a decision again in 2005 due to prescription of disciplinary offences.
Lay is a co-defendant without rearguing
the case against Mr.
57) Similarly, lawyers worry that rearguing
issues previously decided injures their capacity to represent their clients effectively.
But two teenage soldiers a rearguing
whether she is carrying a girl or aboy.