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The Freethought Manifesto

I started writing this in class on Tuesday, April 9, 2002 and finished on Sunday, April 14, 2002. The original version was composed in Computer Applications I class, sometime late in the year 2000. Many of my colleagues found it immensely thoughtful and logical. However, later I saw in it that it could have been written better; that certain parts could be clarified. Then, in the year 2001, I started work on a second version. Only parts of the original Manifesto were rewritten as needed and opinions redirected as appropriate. Now, I decided that an entire rewritting of the essay was in order to help make it sound more appealing and using better examples. Now, I present the Freethought Manifesto, version 3... (The only essay to be updated that many times so far out of nearly 100 essays, save for the essay "For 108" that practically has updates every few months.) Also, this is the first version of the Freethought Manifesto to be signed with "Punkerslut," whereas the others bear the name "Benjamin Tepolt."

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Inheritance Under Muslim Law: Framework of Sharia Law

The principal source of law of inheritance in UAE is Shariah and on the basis of which several Federal Laws have been promulgated.

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ADMISSIBILITY OF EVIDENCE OF ELECTRONIC RECORD IN INDIA

By a recent Judgement dated 14.07.2020, the Supreme Court of India while deciding Arjun PanditRao Khotkar[1] settled the law relating to admissibility of evidence of electronic records in legal proceedings. [1] Arjun Panditrao Khotkar Vs Kailash Kushan Rao Gorantyal and others, (2020) SCCOnline SC 571

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Of Regulatory Law

I imagine that most of my readership will be familiar with the term "regulatory law," or at least its definitions, and if not that, then at least its currently existing examples. When I speak of regulatory law, I am speaking of laws imposed (either by a collective will or by coercion of a ruler) on the public, which seek to regulate certain activities in order to prevent certain corruption, excesses, and other undesirable effects. A regulation is not a prohibition -- it doesn't cut off the stream, so much as it narrows the channel. The idea behind a regulatory law is that to cut it off completely, or to let it flow unhindered, that both of these extreme policies are either impractical, impossible, or produce more harm than good.

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What You Need to Know About Hearsay Evidence in Australia

For over 18 years Lawskool has been providing students around the world with study aids to help them excel in their degree. Our notes are constantly updated and tailored to the latest syllabus, so that you can be confident that you're getting the most relevant information possible. We know how important it is to feel prepared for class, and we hope that our notes help you feel confident and ready

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Logic

Installment #01: Concerning the rules of Logic and Reason; the evidence of evidence and proof of the system for logical and reasonable belief.

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Directors Personal Guarantee Articles Director’s Personal Guarantee - A Void Agreement -27.11.14 Dir

A division bench of Delhi High Court in J B Exports Ltd and another vs. BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd (2006 134 Comp cas 106 Del. decided on 3.3.2006) observed that “the concept that a company is a distinct legal entity apart from its shareholders, vide Salomon vs. Salomon & Co. (1897 AC 22 HL) had a historical purpose. Its main purpose was to encourage entrepreneurs to start new business ventures and, thus, help in the process of industrialisation.” This background is so important that it merits consideration in detail as follows.

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The Matter of Political Philosophy

When an individual studies political philosophy, it is usually with the intent to understand the core principles that govern the political life of a city, a region, or a nation. What is it that motivates or causes a mayor to be just, or to be corrupt? What influence does the general consensus of the people have upon the government? In what way does the government manifest its power with the least amount of justice? In what way does it manifest its power with the most amount of justice? What definition exactly can we give to the term the general will of the people? All of these questions are ones that interested people will ask themselves and others in an attempt to gain answers. They will look back to philosophers like Machiavelli, Locke, Rousseau, Plato, among others, to try and find some opinion that has validity. To a large extent, when political philosophy scholars attempt to uncover the answers to these questions, it is not just to help defeat Fascism, or help bring about Communism, or help in strangling Socialism, or generally to aid or destory any other -ism; rather, these questions are asked because people are genuinely interested in discovering what method of government is best for the people.

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UAE Law: Choice of governing law and jurisdiction

This is especially obvious with regards to worldwide business transactions. Contracts are closed between two parties sitting in two different parts of the world and without meeting each other vis-a-vis.

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What Really Happened on September 11?

Do we really know what happened on September 11, 2001? Some people think not.

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Christ and Culture Part 2

...cont. from Christ and Culture Part 14. Christ and Culture is in Paradox This view differs from the ... option by ... that while both Christ and culture claim our loyalty, the tension

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Some Very Common FAQs on trade Secrets law Answered

Here is everything you should know about trade secret law and some general questions answered about it.

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Best Tax Law Books For Effective Study

Tax law books are essential for studying ever changing textbook law

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The Technology of Law

One can discern the ... ... between the Law and ... 1. ... ... becomes an ... part of the law. In extreme cases, ... itself becomes the law. The use

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Guide on Commercial Dispute Resolution

The commercial disputes in UAE are generally resolved through litigation or arbitration.

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