History[ edit ] While the concept of an intelligence behind the natural order is ancient, a rational argument that concludes that we can know that the natural world has a designer, or a creating intelligence which has human-like purposes, appears to have begun with classical philosophy.
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Pulmonary Atresia with Intact Ventricular Septum. Pakistan This is the entry for the country's name. For further information about the country, see the.
To be more precise, it was divinely inspired. To quote the inspiree: I observed chillahs and prayed for Allah's guidance. According to a interview with his generally admiring former secretary, Miss Frosthe was led to the name while riding on the top of a London bus.
It was evidently no pedestrian epiphany. The word first appeared in a four-page leaflet entitled Now or Never, published January 28, The leaflet was signed by Rahmat Ali and three fellow students at Cambridge University. That leaflet used the form Pakstan no letter i and implied an expansion: At this solemn hour in the history of Indiawhen British and Indian statesmen are laying the foundations of a Federal Constitution for that land, we address this appeal to you, in the name of our common heritage, on behalf of our thirty million Muslim brethren who live in PAKSTAN - by which we mean the five Northern units of India, Viz: Punjab, North-West Frontier Province Afghan ProvinceKashmir, Sind and Baluchistan - for your sympathy and support in our grim and fateful struggle against political crucifixion and complete annihilation.
The Pak National Liberation Movement. I bet that glitch was the work of a saboteur from a large country on the Indian subcontinent, nudge, nudge, wink, wink. We must remain vigilant and preserve military parity! As I was writing, on page of the latter work, Rahmat Ali made the etymological testament quoted earlier, and gave the following detailed explanation and expansion: It means the lands of the Paks--the spiritually pure and clean.
It symbolizes the religious beliefs and the ethnical stocks of our people; and it stands for all the territorial constituents of our original Fatherland. It has no other origin and no other meaning; and it does not admit of any other interpretation.
Oh well, a little bit of inconsistency to spice the pot. I haven't yet been able to get my hands on the cited source. The above is cribbed from Khalid B. That edition covered the longer periodbut the later version has added material. For Urdu I cite William E.
Basic Urdu and English Wordbook The Urdu there is written in LRU script, q. For Persian I have the authority of A. Librairie du Liban,where it is the second translation offered for pur.(Click here for bottom) P p p, P Momentum. Utility of the concept of momentum, and the fact of its conservation (in toto for a closed system) were discovered by .
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The digit and digit formats both work. The Euthyphro dilemma is found in Plato's dialogue Euthyphro, in which Socrates asks Euthyphro, "Is the pious (τὸ ὅσιον) loved by the gods because it is pious, or is it pious because it is loved by the gods?" It implies that if moral authority must come from the gods it doesn't have to be good, and if moral authority must be good it does not have to come from the gods.
Without even seeing the essay, we know where the author is going and how he is getting there. Your reader will appreciate similar clarity. (This example is taken from Martinich's Philosophical Writing (cited at end of handout), p. 7. Don't write anything you yourself don't understand.