Arguments

Some articles on arguments:

Sass (stylesheet Language) - Mixins - Arguments
... Mixins also support arguments ... @mixin left($dist) { float left margin-left $dist } #data { @include left(10px) } Would compile to #data { float left margin-left 10px } ...
Stettinius V. United States
... judge render decision on motions until all arguments made, to defer making those arguments until the jury is empaneled, and to make those legal arguments to ...
Create Debate - Functionality
... that lets people see what the most convincing arguments are within each debate, and which side of a debate has the most popular support ... The CreateDebate community then votes the arguments "up" or "down" ... Over time, the most convincing arguments rise to the top of the debate, which distills out the central points and most relevant factors ...
List Of Big Brother 2004 Housemates (UK) - Victor
... He had numerous arguments with Housemate Emma, with the two having to be separated by Big Brother at one point ... Emma and Victor would later engage in numerous arguments both inside and out of the house ... Victor received his first official strike on Day 21, following numerous arguments and physical violence amongst the group ...

Famous quotes containing the word arguments:

    Through Plato Aristotle came to believe in God, but Plato never attempted to prove His reality. Aristotle had to do so. Plato contemplated Him; Aristotle produced arguments to demonstrate Him. Plato never defined Him, but Aristotle thought God through logically and concluded with entire satisfaction to himself that He was the Unmoved Mover.
    Edith Hamilton (1867–1963)

    The conclusion suggested by these arguments might be called the paradox of theorizing. It asserts that if the terms and the general principles of a scientific theory serve their purpose, i. e., if they establish the definite connections among observable phenomena, then they can be dispensed with since any chain of laws and interpretive statements establishing such a connection should then be replaceable by a law which directly links observational antecedents to observational consequents.
    —C.G. (Carl Gustav)

    It has often been argued that absolute scepticism is self-contradictory; but this is a mistake: and even if it were not so, it would be no argument against the absolute sceptic, inasmuch as he does not admit that no contradictory propositions are true. Indeed, it would be impossible to move such a man, for his scepticism consists in considering every argument and never deciding upon its validity; he would, therefore, act in this way in reference to the arguments brought against him.
    Charles Sanders Peirce (1839–1914)