INSCRIBED UPON THE CROSS WHEN JESUS WAS CRUCIFIED were the latin words "Jesus Nazarenus Rex Iudeorum." Pontius Pilate was the author of that famous inscription. Latin was Pontius Pilate's mother tongue. Authorities competent to translate and pass upon the correct translation into English agree that is "Jesus the Nazarene Ruler of the Judeans." There is no disagreement among them of that. THE WORD "JEW" did not occur anywhere in the English Language until the 18th Century. Jesus referred to himself as a Judean. The modern day "Jews" were historically Khazars or Chazars, a Mongolian Nordic tribe who roamed northern Europe.
INSCRIBED UPON THE CROSS WHEN JESUS WAS CRUCIFIED were the latin words "Jesus Nazarenus Rex Iudeorum.
Author: Benjamin Freedman
Publisher: Bridger House Publishers
Author: Benjamin H. Freedman
Author: Khan Abdul Wali Khan
Publisher: New Delhi : Vikas Publishing House
Brute facts are facts that don't have explanations. They are instrumental in our attempts to provide adequate justifications for other facts or phenomena. Brute facts inform many people's views about the structure of the world, and are part of philosophical interpretations in metaphysics and the philosophy of science. Yet, despite the considerable literature on explanation, the question of bruteness has been left largely unexamined. The chapters in Brute Facts address this gap in academic thought by exploring the central considerations which surround this topic. How can we draw a distinction between facts that can reasonably be thought of as brute and facts for which further explanation is possible? Can we explain something and gain understanding by appealing to brute facts? Is naturalism inconsistent with the existence of (non-physical) brute facts? Can modal facts be brute facts? Are emergent facts brute? This volume brings together contributions by authors who offer different answers to these questions. In presenting a range of different viewpoints on these matters, Brute Facts engages with major debates in contemporary philosophy concerning modality, naturalism, consciousness, reduction and explanation.
not a brute fact. If, on the other hand, a brute fact is a fact that cannot be
explained by anything else, then such a law or principle would be a brute fact. So
there are three kinds of possible brute facts: Ontologically brute facts are facts
that are ...
Author: Elly Vintiadis
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Author: Benjamin H. Freedman
Category: Christian converts from Judaism
In a successful litigation, it isn’t enough to know the facts. You must also know how to interpret and use those facts, and thoughtfully delving into the stories behind them is a crucial task if you hope to prevail for your client. Fact Investigation, by longtime NITA authors Paul Zwier and Anthony Bocchino, will change the way you approach cases for the rest of your career. Every litigator’s investigation begins where the “official” investigation ends. During informal fact investigation, you must know how to engage your client so he shares the facts and stories critical to his case, then use them not just to develop but to implement a winning case theory. How do you do that? It all starts with your first meeting with your clientand what you say and how you do it. Find out how your word choice and body language lay the groundwork for connecting with your client, and how to establish the openness and trust that yield what you need to build a compelling case and be a persuasive advocate. From that client information, the authors take you through the steps necessary to build and implement effective alternative case theories that will inform your fact investigation process and lay the foundation for efficient use of formal discovery devices. Zwier and Bocchino model these practice skills through four familiar NITA case files: Quinlan v. Kane Electronics (business/contract case), Brown v. Byrd (auto accident and personal injury case), State v. Lawrence (criminal robbery case), and United States ex rel. Rodriguez v. Hughes (False Claims Act case). When you see these techniques modeled as case studies, you understand how to integrate them into your overall case planning and learn how to confront the thorny ethics of day-to-day lawyering. The Second Edition is fully revised, with special emphasis on the impact of the proposed Federal Rules Civil Procedure changes, and features an important new chapter on e-discovery. Rare is now the case that doesn’t involve some form of electronic evidence, and every litigator must know the ever-expanding issues surrounding it. Find out how e-discovery strategies differ from plaintiff to defendant and how to manage your client’s competing rights to both speech and privacy in our highly discoverable online world. From explaining how to use your opposing party’s social media indiscretions against it to helping you make sense of new federal rules that limit the use of electronic evidence, Zwier and Bocchino tell you everything you must know about the impact of e-discovery on the modern litigation practice.
agree, it is not a true fact for litigation purposes and it must be verified by the fact
investigation of the case. Category One facts, then, are facts about which the
parties affirmatively agree. There is no controversy about the existence of these
Author: Paul J. Zwier
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
Today, most trial lawyers and consultants accept the fact that all legal decision makers decide cases by first making up their own version of the case story. Yet, few have yet to fully adjust their practices to meet the demands of that reality. Facts Still Can’t Speak for Themselves offers specific methods for trial professionals to increase their reach into the full range of potential stories decision makers can construct (and will construct) during any single case, and then shows you how to refine those stories into the one most compelling presentation for any legal decision maker to judge, in any legal decision-making venue. What you’ll find inside: * How the stories decision makers imagine affect verdicts as much as their backgrounds and beliefs or the attorney’s presentation in court * Which focus group method reveals the real range of stories decision makers can build from your case * How to profitably apply focus group results in negotiations and mediation equally well as in trials * How to run voir dire like a focus group (and a focus group like voir dire) improving both in the processand how to avoid common misleading mistakes * How focus group deliberations are the least valuable part of the process * How asking focus group participants which side in a case they “like” could be a major mistake * Why you should think twice before ever again asking a “why” question or using the word “any” during voir dire or in focus groups * How to establish immediate rapport with decision makers and to manage how they build their perceptions of your client’s case storyin time to affect their final judgments In this new edition, Eric Oliver dives deeply into cutting-edge research in communication, human judgment, perception, and influence and breaks down the process of turning theoretical abstractions into effective persuasive practices that help legal decision makers hearand seethe case story from your client’s point of view. Each chapter is now supplemented with some of the most relevant developments in the science of decision making, as well as with the decade of additional experience Eric has acquired working with trial lawyers and their clients since the first edition was published in 2005.
Reveal the Stories that Give Facts their Meaning Eric Oliver. The following story
illustrates how dangerous it can be for an attorney to ignore the fact that the
stories jurors and judges build may very well have lives of their own: The case ...
Author: Eric Oliver
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
If these assertions are facts , then they falsify all our statements and nullify all our
efforts . We must cease at once ail our operations , and we can never more ,
either on a platform or in a report , state that good has been effected . No facts are
Author: Benjamin Slight
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EOPLE KEEP GIVING ME THE facts. Everyone seems to know the facts; that is,
until you stop and ask them how they know that what they have claimed as a fact
is true. It seems as though the truth and the facts are intertwined; and that all facts
That is very true , but facts , and what are assumed to be facts , are often widely
different . Dr . Hale ' s candid opinion of so - called Eclectic facts may be readily
gathered from any page of the work : on page 189 for instance , he speaks of a ...
Now here the had said , “ Well I shall not dispute upon fallacy which underlies the
whole argu the present occasion your duty to commit ment is that there are facts
which are me or to hold me to bail . This is not the stated independently of the ...
Author: Henry D. Barton
Category: Law reports, digests, etc
Includes section "Book reviews".
The inquirer got an answer to suit himself ; but the answer did not turn out to suit
his case because he did not state all the facts . You must either utterly decline
giving an opinion upon a hypothetical case , and thus debar parties from the
Category: Insanity (Law)
He would no doubt reply to this that science is science , facts are facts , and he is
under no obligation to consider what theological doctrines they do or do not
contradict ; for nothing can be true that contradicts science or is opposed to facts .
Author: Orestes Augustus Brownson
The whole paper has a very particular interest , and his facts are well worth
verifying by all who have an opportunity of doing so . From preliminary
observations rationally treated , the above gentleman made the following
experiments : A viscid ...
Category: Industrial arts
Admissions of fact . It is often of value to obtain admissions of fact from an
adverse party , and as often equally dangerous to make such admissions ; but
there are facts in a cause which can not be disputed , and to prove them would
Author: Cyrus La Rue Munson
... Barker , argued logically . He said , “ Facts are facts . What are the facts ? One
fact is that the girl has disappeared ; another fact is that her clothes have been
found buried ; the third fact is that a spot of blood was MANSFIELD CASTLE . 71.
Author: Horace Smith
St Paul's doctrine of the Person and Work of the Lord -- the Catholic Church in
Europe , Asia , Africa , in the last quarter of the second century , are facts . We
must so interpret the century between as to give a full account of both ' . III . There
Author: Brooke Foss Westcott
The liver secretes bile , ” says the Positivist , “ there is a gall bladder , these are
facts revealed to observation ; what more do I want to know ? ' ' “ There is a law
for these things ? ” He replies , “ The facts are all the law ; the law is contained in
Author: F. R. Waring
are facts which cannot be disputed . They have long been known , but until
recently they told us nothing with respect to the origin of man . Now when viewed
by the light of our knowledge of the whole organic world , their meaning is ...
Author: Charles Darwin