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  • On July 1, 2002, the International Criminal Court (hereinafter referred to as the “ICC” or the “Court”) will become operative. The ICC will have subject matter jurisdiction over crimes of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity. The Court will have jurisdiction over the crime of aggression as soon as agreement can be reached on a definition of that crime. Crimes of terror are not included in the subject matter jurisdiction of the Court.

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  • Yet most people responsible for furnishing a new home have no training in interior design. They may not be aware of interior de- sign guidelines and they are unlikely to have the tacit knowledge and experience required to optimally balance the tradeoffs. In- stead such amateur designers rely on intuitive rules such as pushing large furniture items against the walls. These intuitive rules often lead to functionally ineffective and visually imbalanced arrange- ments [Lyons 2008].

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  • Argumentation schemes are structures or templates for various kinds of arguments. Given the text of an argument with premises and conclusion identified, we classify it as an instance of one of five common schemes, using features specific to each scheme. We achieve accuracies of 63–91% in one-against-others classification and 80–94% in pairwise classification (baseline = 50% in both cases).

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  • The reader must remember that these articles were written before the war began. They are in a sense prophetic and show a remarkable understanding of the conditions which brought about the present great war in Europe. The writer has made European history a life study and his training in the English consular service placed him in a position to secure the facts upon which he bases his arguments. Sir Roger Casement was born in Ireland in September, 1864.

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  • THERE is now but one great question dividing the American people, and that, to the great danger of the stability of our government, the concord and harmony of our citizens, and the perpetuation of our liberties, divides us by a geographical line.

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  • Protecting the civilian population is one of the central tenets of U.S. counterinsurgency doctrine. Until very recently, however, the U.S. military has not had a formal system for documenting the level of violence directed against Iraqi civilians. Therefore, other groups (such as nongovernmental organizations, the United Nations,

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  • Carry your opponent's proposition beyond its natural limits; exaggerate it. The more general your opponent's statement becomes, the more objections you can find against it. The more restricted and narrow your own propositions remain,...

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  • The third edition of this popular course builds on the success of the earlier editions and responds to suggestions from both students and teachers. Plagiarism has become a major concern in higher education, and a special feature of Academic Writing is a section on avoiding plagiarism. There are also units on the key skills of paraphrasing, summarising and referencing. The book includes sections on crucial areas such as argument, cause and effect, comparison, definitions and academic style.

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  • The third edition of Academic Writing: A Handbook for International Students will be welcome by all students new to academic writing in English-medium colleges and universities. The book is carefully set out to guide students step by step through the maze of assignment types, writing conventions and mysterious vocabulary they will find when entering higher education.

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  • Besides these, "Imagine the psychological impact upon a foe when encountering squads of seemingly invincible warriors protected by armor and endowed with superhuman capabilities, such as the ability to leap over 20-foot walls, " said Ned Thomas, the director of Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies (ISN) (Wakefield, 2002). Another use of exoskeletons is that they could help integrate women into combat situations.

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  • The review will have three stages. First, with this paper we are consulting on the scope of the project. Secondly, we will consult on the perceived problems within that scope, and possible solutions. Thirdly, we will prepare a final report and, if necessary, a draft Bill. We very much hope that all those with an interest in insurance contract law will become actively involved in the consultation processes, either individually or collectively through representative organisations.

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  • How population growth damages the quality of life and the environment Why immigration is not a ‘fix’ for an ageing population Why an ageing society is inevitable for the UK and the rest of the world Why health care will be affordable in an ageing society Why we should welcome an ageing society Why Europe’s low fertility is set to bounce back up Why there are no labour shortages in Europe or the UK How immigration can lead to worse pay and conditions for native workers

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  • The data from this large study provide a strong argument against the use of an arbitrary PSA threshold to select men for prostate biopsy. The aim of prostate biopsy is not to detect each and every prostate cancer. After all, the Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial demonstrates that the majority of prostate cancers are in men with a normal PSA level. The aim of prostate biopsy is actually to detect those prostate cancers with the potential for causing harm.

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  • Many human societies have tended to identify and marginalise all kinds of people based upon their real or perceived difference to an accepted common standard, whether racial, physical, cultural or otherwise. Fear of diversity has led to prejudice, victimisation and oppression. It is hardly inconceivable to imagine that cloned humans at least during the early stages of introduction of clones into society may be the subject of abuse which runs contrary to their well being.

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  • I have, for simplicity, concentrated on the special case of the corporate executive, except only for the brief digression on trade unions. But precisely the same argument applies to the newer phenomenon of calling upon stockholders to require corporations to exercise social responsibility (the recent G.M. crusade, for example). In most of these cases, what is in effect involved is some stockholders trying to get other stockholders (or customers or employees) to contribute against their will to "social" causes favored by activists.

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  • Plausible arguments against the statement that up to the year 150 there was no New Testament in the Church; Sudden emergence of the New Testament in the Muratorian Fragment, in (Melito) Irenæus and Tertullian; Conditions under which the New Testament originated; Relation of the New Testament to the earlier writings that were read in the Churches; Causes and motives for the formation of the Canon, manner of using and results of the New Testament; The Apostolic collection of writings can be proved at first only in those Churches in which we find the Apostolic Rule of Faith; probably the...

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  • The word robot is commonly defined as a mechanical device capable of performing human tasks, or behaving in a human-like manner. No argument here. The description certainly fits. But to the robotics experimenter, “robot” has a completely different meaning. A robot is a special brew of motors, solenoids, wires, and assorted electronic odds and ends, a marriage of mechanical and electronic gizmos.

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  • “Each of the following, if true, raises a consideration against the conclusion above, EXCEPT:” (Your task here is to identify the only answer choice that does NOT weaken the argument.) How to Weaken an Argument To understand how an argument by inference can be weakened, consider Argument 1 on page 319. Here it is again: Argument 1 Premise: More new Jupiter Motors automobiles were sold this year than any other brand. Premise: Jupiter Motors automobiles have the lowest sticker prices, which are the manufacturers’ suggested retail prices, of any new automobiles on the market.

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  • At the end of the day what counts here is not whether a person making war could successfully justify the action in some court of theology against the best religious scholars or religious judges of his or her tradition. In many cases, as suggested above, the argument cuts both ways and the leaders of war are rarely put to such a test. What concerns us is the way in which leaders can use the a religious justification for war in a way that people will follow them to war, to...

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  • The continued thirst for energy is a recurring story in news headlines every day. Global warming forecasts rising temperatures, melting ice, and population dislocations due to accumulation of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere from use of carbon-based energy. There are strong arguments for and against the dire predictions of global warming, yet one fact is undeniable—over the past 10 to 20 years, the inhabitants of Earth are collectively consuming more energy at a faster rate than ever before.

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