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  • ...y. When measuring a gain in social wealth, the test of Pareto- Superiority may be used to calculate the precise increase from one state of affairs to anot ...ional social wealth achieved as well. When there are no further moves that may be done to benefit others without making another worse off, a society is Pa
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  • Born on May 20, 1806 in London, U.K., [http://www.biography.com/people/john-stuart-mill ...eside/00_02078_01 Residential Tenancy Act], prevents harm to a tenant, who may otherwise be subject to an unreasonable rent beyond a cost reasonable for b
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  • '''Tables''' may be authored in wiki pages using either XHTML table elements directly, or us | '''table header''' cell, ''optional.'' Consecutive '''table header''' cells may be added on same line separated by double marks (<code>!!</code>) or start
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  • :b) This may be the date the subscription expires in the case of a library subscription ...cumentation specifying the terms on which the permission is granted. This may be a formal document or informal document. It includes Publisher Blanket Li
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  • Main page updated May 9, 2016 ...this was the original post <big>'''Final Review of Phase I'''</big> ''Scheduled for April/May 2016''
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  • Cropping, annotating or otherwise changing an image is an adaptation which may infringe on the creator's moral rights associated with the work. The moral
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  • ...end, although they do acknowledge there is the possibility that some laws may be unjust or immoral. However, if those laws are implemented in the correct ...hreat of sanction should the subordinates fail to follow the laws, “A law… may be said to be a rule laid down for the guidance of an intelligent being by
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  • ...moral, legal positivist find that both positive law and positive morality may be immoral (although congruence is desirable). Accordingly Positivist belie ...d authority which has been delegated to him or her by the state (and which may be over-ruled by the state). Further judge’s decisions were considered by
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  • This workaround may be controversial from the viewpoint of accessibility. ...of <code>#:</code> and <code>*:</code> for breaking a line within an item may also be controversial.
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  • ...rality and the law. Conversely, they believe that “unjust and immoral laws may be as valid as any other law with in a legal system”. Obeying immoral law ...no explicit sanction for failure to comply to these rules. Although there may be internal discipline, we do not have enough facts within the case to make
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  • ..., if someone were having trouble finding a job during the Depression, they may feel discouraged and feel as though they lack what every employer wants. In ..., his own boss at all times under all conditions and for any purposes they may want to follow up. This kind of spiritual condition, and only this, is Wobb
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  • ...The need to prosecute acts that support or assist terrorist activity that may never materialize into acts of terrorism flows from the great harm resultin
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  • ...ctions. However, liberty must be balanced against competing interests this may lead to liberty being restricted. Therefore, questions arise as to when and ...ent through election. Mills is careful to note that the problem of tyranny may arise. The government is elected by the majority therefore has majority sup
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  • ...The need to prosecute acts that support or assist terrorist activity that may never materialize into acts of terrorism flows from the great harm resultin - disobedience may be warranted where laws immoral (ex. Marijuana)
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  • ...ater). If you are creating a new page without creating any link to it, you may need to ask yourself: Does this page really fit in with the topics already
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  • ...ts of reality “moral”. This would indicate that this theory of natural law may not apply in the same fashion to every individual in society, for the idea ...should determine the common good; moreover, these are the individuals that may put force, threats, and punishment to those who do not obey the rules and a
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  • ...ns are ones in which benefit both parties to it, however each transactions may also create consequential costs on third parties. The negative costs that i ...by the master. Employers have control over their employees activity, which may create risk. Accordingly, they should bare the burden of costs, as incentiv
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  • ..., if someone were having trouble finding a job during the Depression, they may feel discouraged and feel as though they lack what every employer wants. In ..., his own boss at all times under all conditions and for any purposes they may want to follow up. This kind of spiritual condition, and only this, is Wobb
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  • ...lying on morality to guide us through this process. Hart argues that a law may be disobeyed if members of society decide that it is an immoral legislation ...do so<ref>''Ibid'' note at para 43.</ref>. Positivists argue "that a rule may be legally valid and yet morally objectionable" test<ref>''Ibid'' note 2 at
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  • ...nable to login using your TRU Network username and password, your password may be expired. You can reset your password at https://myID.tru.ca.
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  • ...family: Calibri; font-size: 11pt;">What did you know about each other that may have helped understanding? Were you in a crisis together? Did you spend a s
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  • ...pplication while allowing the BCCT to regulate discriminatory conduct that may affect equality rights.
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  • While natural law theory may appear to have little relation to the current legal system, there has been ...mes: “a person with chronic arthritis who is waiting for a hip replacement may experience considerable pain. Dr. Lenczner also stated that many patients o
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  • ...our work and return it to you. If you have questions about the course, you may contact [NAME] at [EMAIL].
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  • ...al couples could obtain the benefit that Egan was fighting for. The ruling may be viewed now as a mistaken application of the law, one that Hart would con ...2’s traditional understanding of spouse. Looking back at the decision, we may feel that Majority was incorrect in their decision, this mistake is seen on
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  • ...ention can never occur, but it sets a threshold in that state interference may only be used to preserve the liberty of others. ...in people’s lives. If someone does not contribute to society, then society may compel such contribution if it sees fit to prevent a person from withholdin
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  • <big>While natural law theory may appear to have little relation to the current legal system, there has been ...mes: “a person with chronic arthritis who is waiting for a hip replacement may experience considerable pain. Dr. Lenczner also stated that many patients o
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  • ...[[Help:Namespaces|parts]] of the wiki you wish to search. For example, you may find it useful to restrict a search to pages within a particular [[Help:Nam
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  • ...nd indicate how new primary rules may be introduced and how existing rules may be altered - Hart’s rule of recognition (recognizing the law) claims that
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  • ...tions. Its important to note that both positive morality and positive law may be immoral, but it is ideal to have moral laws. ...stin’s perspective, the dissent also pointed out that the state (superior) may issue another statute later that overrules the Court’s decision, as is th
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  • ...n between the two exists, positivists believe that unjust and immoral laws may be legally valid. However, positivists such as John Austin and H.L.A. Hart, ...ts are better than they would have been without its existence. While there may be a few instances, or outlier cases, that the legislation imposes on, such
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  • ...tial gains rather than losses in the process (if they know what they value may be carried over into a new LMS). | LMS pre-packaged tools (email, discussions, wiki) may not be sufficient to meet needs || |
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  • ...developing online learning programs and/or training opportunities, but who may have no educational background. The current complement of courses does not ...cused on managing technology in a classroom, and the activities and topics may be most of interest for a K-12 teacher working on their own within a school
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  • ...rtant role. If the written law does not strive for the common good, judges may adapt that law to ensure it creates the practical steps necessary. Otherwis In this case the court is determining what causes of action may go forward. The plaintiffs are attempting to bring forth a claim for violat
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  • ...lity of the law. In certain cases, Hart demonstrates that sometimes a law may be completely valid and effective, but too evil or immoral for people to fo ...ce laws can be expressed in general terms. But the facts of certain cases may not fall within this settled core. It is then considered to be in the penu
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  • ...horized by the employer, but are so connected to authorized acts that they may be considered "modes" of acts authorized by the employer. ...the Supreme Court of Canada, which is the highest common law authority we may consider.
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  • ...gn. Judges cannot enforce anything on the sovereign under Positivism. They may however disobey the law as they see fit under Hart’s theory of Positivism While the decisions in the case may not follow the traditional positivism theory, there are elements of Bentham
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  • The presumption of undue influence is a principle that liberalism may not have much commentary on. There is not an apparent infringement of indiv ...gest that the presumption of undue influence protects minority parties who may be unable to protect themselves, providing them with a means to get out of
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  • ...rference can be justified to prevent long term or irreversible damage. One may argue that any teacher deciding to go to Trinity Western University would b ...o one is unduly offended. A legal theorist may believe that discrimination may unduly offend an individual and therefore allow a restriction to ones liber
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  • ...video cameras will vary with each model and cannot be addressed here. You may have to read your manual. Web cameras are usually limited in their function ...s that accompany web cameras are, more often than not, of low quality. You may not notice this when you are using a voice over internet tool like Skype bu
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  • ...have implications for a third party. For example, if I buy a bicycle, it may raise the price of bicycles on the overall market affecting other purchaser
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  • ...itted suicide had a 4-to-1 ratio compared to women, and suggests that this may be because women are more likely to develop closer bonds to people, thus fo ...life difficulties by counteracting these with an euphoric experience that may only be explained with religious principles and foundations.
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  • Legal Positivists believe that laws may have moral content, however morality is neither innate nor necessary to law ...ad refused to cut could potentially have served more people, and resources may have been divided more evenly to produce greater happiness for the common g
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  • ...au but the older this article has become, the more these and other factors may have impacted this topic. ...in the expression of an idea, not the idea itself. For example an educator may wish to illustrate the theory of relativity using text, graphics, audio or
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  • ...<strike><sup><sub><center><nowiki><tt><pre><ref><blockquote></nowiki> (you may not want all of these, particularly blockquote) You can then copy and paste
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  • ...ot a law as they define it; the latter proposes that a law that is immoral may still be a valid law which must be followed. Thus, John Austin, like Thomas ...backed by sanctions. He also notes that positive law and positive morality may be immoral; however, it is more desirable for congruence between law and mo
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  • ...on good. He acknowledges that human beings are not perfect, and that there may be times where reasoning leads to unjust laws. In these cases, there is a d ...ccess to health care, not ''equal'' access. The fact that some individuals may not have the same quality of care is inconsequential to the original intent
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  • ...e blogs are written with the intent to “push education forward,” some bias may be present. ...tation. || Mainly objective information is provided, however some articles may contain the promotion of reading.
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  • ...blems that require more work. The scope may change as editing proceeds and may differ from information captured in the Course Maintenance Proposal (CMP) o Editing may include the following:
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  • ...ude in your portfoloio or a post, it is stored in the library. The library may contain images,
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  • ...rk on your own presentation for this unit, and on future presentations you may do in your line of work.The criteria for this peer review is as follows:</s
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  • ...ble for the law to impose on, or impede, one’s personal choices. Though it may be clear that liberty should be a foundational principle at the heart of so ...ciple is a distinct theory from the offence principle. Although an offence may cause harm, harm is not necessary for it to be an offence. This theory can
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  • ...s is a difficult claim to prove because the laws may be efficient but that may not be why the rules were actually adopted. Efficiency could be a by-produc ...rcing duties on the Province and not creating more standards. This balance may not be seen as the most just decision because of the fact the Province was
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  • ...f a legal rule, and what the law ought to be. In these hard cases, judges may apply moral rules to fill in these grey areas, leading to confluence betwee Examples of "the rule-governed practice" in Canada may include the Charter and the Fundamental Principles of Justice – ideas tha
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  • ...uals over state interference. This means that while government restriction may be necessary in some cases, it can only restrict individual liberty in acco ...polygamy has many women sharing one man, the structure of the relationship may be unfair to the women, and do them harm.<br/><br/>
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  • In Tort Law, the wrongdoer may have to compensate the person that harm was done to, by restoring them to t Criminal Law may also be understood in economic terms. Law and economic theory analyzes the
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  • ...there. The options for editing, commenting viewing history, map and files may all be accessed from tabs at the top (1 in screenshot below) and if you are
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  • What may we want to change?
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  • ...n a party is under the influence of another, their transactional decisions may not be voluntary. By the recognizing situations where undue influence has t ...ction costs and thus lessening efficiency. To guard against presumption on may need to consult a lawyer or agree to a less than ideal bargain because of t
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  • ...resentations and workshops on various learning technologies. Participants may want to bring their mobile device to sessions as well. Light refreshments
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  • ...ition that disobedience warrants sanctions. Unpacking this criteria, laws may be either valid or invalid on the basis of their possessing these elements, ...can be understood as depicting the will of God. The principle of utility may replace morality in many practical ways for Austin. Austin thinks that it
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  • * We may need learner/student management system versus LMS
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  • ...experiment to the quality of a piece of writing. On some occasions, there may be an opportunity for the students to end the learning process with the cre ...ps and have them create product variations according to the template. This may be useful as a smaller or less complex piece within a larger project. </spa
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  • ...tion. If a community were under these conditions, electricity consumption may be curbed in such a way that the demand for electricity would represent the ...It is with this point that the application of a general set of principles may become unsavoury to public opinion. In particular, critics of law and econ
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  • ...or an extensive list of tools that are not officially supported, but still may be useful, please see the [[Documentation:Digital_Toolbox|Digital Toolbox]]
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  • ...learning. This is particularly a success when one considers that educators may adopt a self-help approach to developing their online teaching skills, miss ...oving the EDDL courses is to take an opportunity to review the program. It may be that this can only be done in a 'quick and dirty' fashion but I believe
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  • ...not, in which case it contributes nothing to the decision" (p.245). There may be counter-instances where the rule does not compel the outcome, though the ...ousness of the procedure, notes that no matter how well presented the case may be, the Court can only be partially informed. Therefore, if sterilization o
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  • ...expected to refer to the materials that have been assigned for class; you may also access additional materials and refer to them in your wiki entry. The
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  • ...describing what the page is about. Articles that do not meet this criteria may be moved. Pages in the mainspace belong to the wiki community and anyone sh
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  • You may include a guest speaker as a subject expert if you wish. During this activity the faciliator organizes, monitors and may prompt where needed.
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  • Typically we have let people see quizzes. However, some disciplines MAY want to block students from seeing questions again.
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  • ...s for an individuals own protection, Dworkin accepts that such legislation may be appropriate where a pressing social objective exists. Although ''Hodgkin
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  • *Class list updates. Importing grades may not line up properly if the class list and grading list are not the same. *Integration with Banner may not be possible for campus students
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  • ...tional Designers and Curriculum Production teams was delivered by Tanya on May 20, 2015. ...l students-Simply say Congrats after each module completed. Some students may like badges or stars though
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  • You may start a new page with the name you want to direct from [http:////kumu.tru.c
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  • ...omething by reason of some law, so that any inclination arising from a law may be called a law, not essentially but by participation as it were” (''Dimo
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  • ...ndards” is human-made while another whose religion prohibits homosexuality may argue the “Community Standards” is derived from God. Thomas Aquinas liv
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  • ...stion of what exactly to do when law and morality clash. Moral obligations may inevitably fall in conflict with legal obligations and at this point, a dec ...to that of '''Hart'''’s. This is because for '''Hart''', law and morality may be separate but law does not supplant morality. His argument is that some j
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  • ...the Supreme Court of Canada, which is the highest common law authority we may consider.
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  • Dworkin however, would agree with La Forest when he says that parents may interfere with their children’s rights as long as they do not exceed the
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  • You may support your arguments with other articles and literature from the TRU Libr [This may still be useful for print courses.]
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  • Mead's home life and the world around him may have influenced some of his ideas, career choices and theories. ...ay have been a defining factoring in the development of his theories. This may have contributed to the development of his theory regarding the development
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  • - students may need to understand what is expected at each level of the taxonomy copyright office at TRU can review 3rd party material you may wish to use.
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  • Mead's home life and the world around him may have influenced some of his ideas, career choices and theories. ...d may have been a defining factor in the development of his theories. This may have contributed to the development of his theory regarding the development
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  • ...ers, but cannot realistically provide compensation. For example, factories may generate environmental pollution and spread the loss (living next to a poll ...ate a similar accident because they are aware of the monetary damages they may face. <br/><br/>
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  • ...ed anywhere when the page is viewed. Footnote names are case sensitive and may not be a numeric integer. The quotes are optional unless the name or group
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  • ...tantive equality is not being reached. While the rules and laws of society may say that Granovsky should not be discriminated against, this is not the cas ...decisis would have to be de-emphasized) but compared to other theories, it may be the most palatable to men. Ironically, while women have a lot more power
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  • ...best suited to legislators who are elected by the people. However, judges may refer to policy to interpret law in a manner that is consistent with policy ...or meet stated objectives, illustrating Dworkin’s theory that rules alone may not be able to provide an answer.
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  • ...is used to track the current status of the material, any information that may be pertinent to the permissions obtained or sought, discussions with ID’s
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  • :"It may be correct to say that being in a same-sex relationship is not necessarily For example, if society were to place two men as a couple, one of the men may assume the female role. This is uncomfortable in a patriarchal society beca
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