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  • 1conclusive — conclusive, decisive, determinative, definitive are comparable when they mean having or manifesting qualities that bring something to a finish or end. Conclusive applies most frequently to an argument, evidence, or reasoning that is irrefutable… …

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  • 2argument — n. dispute 1) to get into, have an argument 2) to break off, terminate; clinch, settle an argument 3) an angry, bitter, heated, loud, violent argument 4) an argument breaks out 5) an argument about, over; between; with (I had a bitter argument… …

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  • 3conclusive — adj. VERBS ▪ appear, be, seem ADVERB ▪ absolutely ▪ fairly, pretty ▪ They pr …

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  • 4argument — noun 1 discussion ADJECTIVE ▪ bitter, heated, violent ▪ big ▪ I had a big argument with my mother this morning. ▪ little, petty …

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  • 5Conclusive presumption — Presumption Pre*sump tion (?; 215), n. [L. praesumptio: cf. F. pr[ e]somption, OF. also presumpcion. See {Presume}.] 1. The act of presuming, or believing upon probable evidence; the act of assuming or taking for granted; belief upon incomplete… …

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  • 6conclusive — adjective (of evidence or argument) decisive or convincing. Derivatives conclusively adverb conclusiveness noun …

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  • 7Teleological argument — A teleological or design argument[1][2][3] is an argument for the existence of God. The argument is based on an interpretation of teleology wherein purpose and intelligent design appear to exist in Nature beyond the scope of any such human… …

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  • 8Sceptics (The) — The sceptics Michael Frede INTRODUCTION When we speak of ‘scepticism’ and of ‘sceptics’, we primarily think of a philosophical position according to which nothing is known for certain, or even nothing can be known for certain. There are certain… …

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  • 9Final — Fi nal (f[imac] nal), a. [F., fr. L. finalis, fr. finis boundary, limit, end. See {Finish}.] 1. Pertaining to the end or conclusion; last; terminating; ultimate; as, the final day of a school term. [1913 Webster] Yet despair not of his final… …

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  • 10Final cause — Final Fi nal (f[imac] nal), a. [F., fr. L. finalis, fr. finis boundary, limit, end. See {Finish}.] 1. Pertaining to the end or conclusion; last; terminating; ultimate; as, the final day of a school term. [1913 Webster] Yet despair not of his… …

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  • 11Blessed John Duns Scotus —     Bl. John Duns Scotus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Bl. John Duns Scotus     Surnamed DOCTOR SUBTILIS, died 8 November, 1308; he was the founder and leader of the famous Scotist School, which had its chief representatives among the Franciscans …

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  • 12Historical Criticism — • The art of distinguishing the true from the false concerning facts of the past Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Historical Criticism     Historical Criticism      …

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  • 13Historical method — The historical method comprises the techniques and guidelines by which historians use primary sources and other evidence to research and then to write history. The question of the nature, and indeed the possibility, of sound historical method is… …

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  • 14List of atheists (philosophy) — Philosophy* John Anderson (1893 ndash;1962): Scottish born Australian philosopher, founder of the empirical maphilosophy known as Sydney realism . [ This degree of radicalism Sydney could endure. But what of a man who had signed up as a communist …

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  • 15Agnosticism — Certainty series Agnosticism Belief Certainty Doubt Determinism Epistemology Estimation Fallibilism …

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  • 16Jeremias — • Name of several Old Testament figures Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Jeremias     ♦ Jeremias      …

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  • 176. LIVESTOCK (al-An'am) — In the name of God, the Gracious, the Merciful. 1. Praise be to God, Who created the heavens and the earth, and made the darkness and the light; yet those who disbelieve ascribe equals to their Lord. 2. It is He who created you from clay, then… …

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  • 18Rutherford B. Hayes: Inaugural Address — ▪ Primary Source       Monday, March 5, 1877       We have assembled to repeat the public ceremonial, begun by Washington, observed by all my predecessors, and now a time honored custom, which marks the commencement of a new term of the… …

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  • 19con|clu´sive|ness — con|clu|sive «kuhn KLOO sihv», adjective. 1. decisive; convincing; final: »a conclusive argument or reply. The evidence against the burglar was conclusive. 2. Rare. occurring at or forming the end. –con|clu´sive|ly, adverb. –con|clu´sive|ness,… …

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  • 20con|clu´sive|ly — con|clu|sive «kuhn KLOO sihv», adjective. 1. decisive; convincing; final: »a conclusive argument or reply. The evidence against the burglar was conclusive. 2. Rare. occurring at or forming the end. –con|clu´sive|ly, adverb. –con|clu´sive|ness,… …

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