Moreover, the precision required in order to edit and distil a philosophical argument
in written form can lead to a culling of those elements seen as peripheral, such as image and anecdote, which abound in pedagogical situations.
April 8, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- An article on E Cigarette Reviewed has evoked a famous philosophical argument
to highlight the flaws in the arguments of those opposed to the technology.
To introduce the philosophical argument
for (G), recall premise (A) from the argument from abstract language: the Constitution's meaning is a function of the framers' intentions--in particular, what they intended to communicate with their language, not how they expected their language to apply in particular cases.
IT WAS a bit of an anorak argument - sorry, I should have said philosophical argument
However, as a political and philosophical argument
the book is only partially satisfactory.
Coleridge's deep and lasting interest in philosophical questions, however, and his commitment to the philosophical debates of his day, are beyond any doubt, as is his conviction that principled philosophical argument
is necessary to ground a meaningful discussion in matters of poetics, criticism, politics, and religion.
In the interests of balance, I gave the article to my son, currently in thrall to philosophical argument
thanks to some inspirational teaching - when not riveted to a computer playing mindless, violent games.
Professor Anthony Flew was known as a notorious atheist in the 20th century, he switched on the grounds of scientific evidence and philosophical argument
Goldberg begins his historical and philosophical argument
in Italy, the birth place of Benito Mussolini.
Every religious belief there is, and every philosophical argument
known to man, reflects that sacredness.
This is a philosophical argument
that's not going to be settled soon, or probably ever.
It is not a philosophical argument
but a pragmatic, albeit questionable, one.