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|(1) That they are mere brute facts, known only by observation, with no |
discoverable rhyme or reason about them. We know ... The fundamental laws are
in the long run merely statements that every event is itself and not some different
|ball shoves another, the amount of momentum lost by the first ball must exactly |
equal the amount gained by the second. ... The fundamental laws are in the long
run merely statements that every event is itself and not some different event.
|Thus it is a 'law' that when one billiard ball shoves another the amount of |
momentum lost by the first ball must exactly equal ... The fundamental laws are in
the long run merely statements that every event is itself and not some different
|The truth is outside of all fixed patterns. - Lee, Bruce There's nothing you can |
know that isn't known. - Lennon, John The fundamental laws are in the long run
merely statements that every event is itself and not some different event. - Lewis ...
|In itself each one represents an adaptation to certain specific laws and forces of |
the external world, and to probably the same laws ... in a small way, she finds
herself adapted in the long run to the average, that is to say to the laws, of those
events in a large way. This statement is the outcome of the doctrine of evolution.
... The growth of life from simple to complex structures is a growth toward unity,
not away from it. ... There is only one fundamental function underneath all the my-
|... we argue that because a certain event was preceded by another event, the |
preceding event was the cause of the latter. This is the fallacy of inferring
causation from temporal succession only. Non Sequitur (It Does Not Follow). You
all know this one. ... a conclusion that does not necessarily follow from the
premises or any antecedent statement offered in its support. ... In entertainment,
this was used as the basic ingredient in the long-running George Burns and
Gracie Allen radio ...
|Phenomenologically, the law of identity means that an image of a material entity, |
mentally projected externally onto that ... It acknowledges that appearances might
in the long run change or prove misleading, taking into consideration all other
appearances. It does not deny, nor accept ab initio, that behind the seen
appearance there might be unseen or invisible events or ... Since evoking
noumena does not in itself annul phenomena (merely adding more phenomena
to them), the ...
|However this may be, solicitors exist for the public, not the public for solicitors. |
and in the long run skill and ability will reap ... of Laws in the University of Dublin,
published in 1891, under the auspices of the Irish Landowners' Convention, just
prior ... statement in comparing the two systems (page 98) z " As to the system of
registering deeds. on the other hand, though it ... The title was the entry in the
books of the overlord, and the widow had the entire life-rent, like her free-bench
in some ...
|There were many statements during the public hearings, for example, about the |
rule of law. But the ... Unconstitutional statutes violate the rule of law every bit as
much as do willful violations of constitutional statutes. ... The country's future
security depends upon a modus vivendi in which each branch recognizes the
other's legitimate and ... The narrative is not a fair description of events, but an
advocate's legal brief that arrays and selects so-called "facts" to fit preconceived
|I shall take as an extended illustration here our idea of "cause and effect," so |
fundamental both in common-sense reasoning ... Many different kinds of order
are discoverable; in fact, everything that one experiences is related with some ...
They sought the kind of order which enabled them to see every natural event in
the way one sees a stroke in a painting, i.e., ... the test of verification, and
statements that cannot meet this test are no longer admitted to the honorable
status of "truth.