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December 20, 2005 by Scholarly Publishing Office, University of Michigan Library .
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The laws of thought are fundamental axiomatic rules upon which rational discourse itself is often considered to be based. The formulation and clarification of such rules have a long tradition in the history of philosophy and lly they are taken as laws that guide and underlie everyone's thinking, thoughts, expressions, discussions, etc.
However, such classical ideas. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thomson, William, An outline of the necessary laws of thought book. of York, Outline of the necessary laws of thought. Cambridge, J. Bartlett, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thomson, William, Abp. of York, Outline of the necessary laws of thought.
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This places an importance on law as a check on the arbitrary exercise of powerby Government; and stresses that no one individual is ‘above the law’, thus. The necessity of forming good habits in order to become virtuous leads Aristotle to consider law and education as crucial means of making the citizens virtuous.
While the details regarding law-making are reserved for The Politics, in Nicomachean Ethics Aristotle provides an explanation of why good laws are necessary to form virtuous citizens.
The outline is not intended to be a thorough summary of the law in the area of negligence. It is to be used in conjunction with the sample exam and sample answer to show the principles talked about in this book.
After studying the outline, read the question. Next, attempt to outline an answer. Then compare your outline with the one in Part 3.
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