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 What Philosophers Believe in Individual Judgment?

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Are Individual Retirement Accounts Exempt From Legal Judgment?

A creditor has a right to obtain a legal judgment (also called a monetary judgment) against a debtor whose loan obligations are past due. A judgment allows the creditor to access the debtor's bank ... Read More »
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How to Find Today's Philosophers?

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According to early political philosophers the threat to natural rights is?

Wikipedia, to believe or not to believe that is the question?

well anyone can go into wikipedia and add stuff about anything. so I don't think its a credible source for research any more. Most of my professors won't even accept it as source so I'd be careful ... Read More »
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