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Argumentation, ISSN 0920-427X, 5/2012, Volume 26, Issue 2, pp. 267 - 289
In this paper I will attempt a unified analysis of the various examples of the fallacy of accident given by Aristotle in the Sophistical Refutations. In many... 
Philosophy of Law | Fallacy of equivocation | Fallacy of accident | Fallacy of consequent | Social Sciences, general | Logic | Theories of Law, Philosophy of Law, Legal History | Philosophy | Modal fallacies | Aristotle | LINGUISTICS | PHILOSOPHY | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | COMMUNICATION | Cognition & reasoning
Journal Article
01/1995, ISBN 0612014843
Evidence is presented here for the regulation of platelet activation by intra-platelet levels of glutathione (GSH) and L-arginine. Our data is consistent with... 
Cellular biology | Biochemistry
Dissertation
Archival Science, ISSN 1389-0166, 9/2015, Volume 15, Issue 3, pp. 295 - 313
Journal Article
1991
What, then, is the philosophical interest of all this for us today? It is tempting to answer, 'not much', on the grounds that the distance is too great between... 
Book Chapter
1991, ISBN 9780415203593
What, then, is the philosophical interest of all this for us today? It is tempting to answer, 'not much', on the grounds that the distance is too great between... 
Book Chapter
Mind, ISSN 0026-4423, 03/2003, Volume 112, Issue 446, p. 195
  There is a well-known argument from Leibniz's Law for the view that coincident material things may be distinct. For given that they differ in their... 
Philosophy | Materialism
Journal Article
01/1994, ISBN 9780315946279
The thesis describes the design, implementation and applications of two multiprocessor systems. A Multiprocessor Controller and an Extensible Modular... 
Electrical engineering
Dissertation
01/1993, ISBN 9780315814394
In our research we focused on the synthesis of (out-out)-$N,N\sp\prime$-disubstituted bis(pyrazol-3-yl)pyridines as promising planar tridentate ligands for... 
Organic chemistry
Dissertation
01/1993, ISBN 9780315811614
There are two philosophies of rigid contact lens fitting and design: "interpalpebral" (IP) "centred fitting" and "upper-lid attached" (UL). In this study,... 
Ophthalmology
Dissertation
2011, ISBN 9780415618571
The A and E forms are said to be universal; the I and O forms particular. The A and I forms are called affirmative; the E and O forms negative. The distinction... 
Book Chapter
01/1995, ISBN 0315986069
Analytic performance models are often used for predicting the performance of computing systems. Existing models accept single valued parameters as inputs and... 
Electrical engineering | Computer science
Dissertation
01/1994, ISBN 0315935480
Dementia is characterized by a progressive decline in intellectual, memory and other cognitive functions. Alzheimer's disease (DAT) is the most prevalent cause... 
Mental health | Psychotherapy
Dissertation
01/1993, ISBN 0315841796
Three FMRFamide-Related Peptides (FaRPs) were purified and identified from kidney extracts from the snail, Helisoma trivolvis by High Performance Liquid... 
Animals | Anatomy & physiology
Dissertation
Whether the so-called ontological argument for the existence of God proves what it purports to prove depends, it has often been said, on whether existence is a... 
Book Chapter
01/1992, ISBN 0315783893
This study assessed: (a) the relationship between do not resuscitate (DNR) attitudes and DNR decision making preferences (DNRDM); (b) the relationship between... 
Attitudes | Nursing | Right to die | Decision making
Dissertation
01/1994, ISBN 031598452X
Modulated signals are known to be spectrally redundant and this redundancy can be exploited in the design of optimum receiver. This is the main topic of this... 
Electrical engineering
Dissertation
01/1996, ISBN 9780612179288
Fast and robust Newton-type adaptation algorithms are first developed and are then analyzed. Chapter 1 is an introduction to the field of FIR digital adaptive... 
Electrical engineering
Dissertation
1991, Beijing di 1 ban., ISBN 9787501308613, 5, 55, 734
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