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” From few data it launches itself into the construction of general principles. The principles then being regarded as true, deductively valid explanations were constructed and then protected against recalcitrant data in an ad hoc way.” (McGreak 174) Bacon was of the opinion that such theories were far too limited and limiting as they”…apply to […]

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“Contradictions in a sovereign state sometimes lead to a civil war, but denying full sovereignty is not a solution. Frustrated by outside control they cannot change, Iraqis are taking out their frustrations on each other” (Grossmann, 2006). Other authors are more moderate in expressing their concerns and convictions when it comes to the global peace […]

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Edward MacCoyd, for example, the director of digital policy for the Association of American Publishers, is “troubled” by the “striking” findings. His company regards the problem as so serious that they hired the law firm Covington & Burling to search for sites offering pirated textbooks and send requests to remove the content. According to the […]

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That should not be surprising in light of the fact that many are surprised to hear of the extent to which people relied on so-called “snail mail” even for correspondence in decades past; let alone the concept of taking advanced education courses through traditional mail service. Pittman seems to make a point that relates to […]

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