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The Alternative Argument

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  1. Alternative argument. The alternative argument is that, because of advances in palliative care and mental health treatment, there is no reason any person should ever feel they are suffering intolerably, whether it is physical or mental suffering or both.
  2. Jun 28,  · The argument goes that we now have the technology to access a tremendous amount of potential energy from wind, wave and tidal action, ocean currents, temperature differentials, falling water, geothermal, electrostatic, hydrogen, natural gas, algae, biomass, bacteria, phase transformation, Fresnel lenses, and thermionics.
  3. Aug 20,  · Subsection (9) of the Income Tax Act allows the CRA to advance an alternative argument in support of an assessment or a reassessment .
  4. We also ask under which conditions failure to find an alternative to H confirms the theory in question. This kind of reasoning (which we call the No Alternatives Argument) is frequently used in science and therefore deserves a careful philosophical analysis.
  5. Originating in the legal profession, argument in the alternative is used to pre-empt objections by arguing on multiple strategies simultaneously, showing that regardless of interpretation there is no reasonable conclusion other than the advocate's. Bart Simpson 's classic "I didn't do it, no one saw me do it, you can't prove anything!".
  6. Juror Awareness of Alternative Sentencing. there is an absolute prohibition against any evidence or argument on parole.[49] As a result jurors are left to their own misperceptions. In one Georgia death penalty case, the jurors were interviewed after they returned their death sentence. Their comments clearly indicated that they were.
  7. Aug 15,  · So, if prison doesn’t work, what are the alternatives? Firstly, if people pose a risk to the community, they should be heavily monitored and controlled – but this can be done outside standard.
  8. Nov 22,  · What true argument does, and does well, is consider multiple views, weighs and wonders, looks at things by stepping back and zooming in. For me, the most powerful part of my students’ essays was the refutation. Unless students could honestly articulate and explain how other points-of-view were valid, their arguments weren’t really arguments.

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