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a unit of magnetic flux density equal to 1 maxwell per square centimeter

German mathematician who developed the theory of numbers and who applied mathematics to electricity and magnetism and astronomy and geodesy (1777-1855)

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Gaus acknowledges that his brand of political liberalism is incompatible with a Christian conception of human nature and its biblical understanding of the source of moral law.
Barb, and Clif Gaus, and have two grandchildren, Clara and Carter Gaus.
De este modo, contrario al enfoque justificativo de Gaus, Nino argumenta que el valor epistemico de la deliberacion y la discusion democraticas, y su "tendencia colectiva a la imparcialidad", nos otorgan razones para observar sus resultados incluso cuando discrepemos con el resultado.
What makes this book stand out as exceptional is the method in which Gaus describes events.
Gaus, Gerald (2011), "Between Discovery and Choice: The General Will in a Diverse Society," Contemporary Readings in Law and Social Justice 3(2): 71, 86.
Martin, as assistant superintendent, will initially work on the AstraZeneca Gaus project.
Previously you could see T-cells under a microscope but you couldn't see what their individual molecules were doing," Dr Gaus said.
Gaus focuses on the way our social morality integrates the emotions and reason in our moral relations with others, examining the interpersonal nature of social morality, and claiming that at the heart of social morality is an authority relation.
5) Gaus focuses on whether citizens do wrong by advocating laws on religious grounds (liberalism emphasizes the importance of people being able to live according to their avowed religious doctrines), and holds that, in a rationally pluralist society, a religious reason could not be the only justification for a legitimate law (genuine public reasoning does not exclude appeal to religious beliefs).
The night school had its first graduate in 1902, which Donnan celebrated with a party at her house, inviting students from her civil government classes (Cox 1936; "The Free Night School" 1900; Editorial Staff 1899c; Gaus 1985).
Gaus, Gerald (2011), The Order of Public Reason: A Theory of Freedom and Morality in a Diverse and Bounded World.
Gerald Gaus takes on Lamore's claim that, while Millian liberalism is neutral at the first level (between conceptions of the good), it is not neutral at the second, justificatory level.
Norbert Gaus, who has been in charge of the ultrasound business, will be CEO of Clinical Products.
Sebastian mixes with the service personnel, falls in love, and becomes involved in the fate of four African stowaways; Almut is plagued by the amateur pianist Gaus, who uses the skills he acquired as a Stasi functionary to great effect in his role as the ship's somewhat sinister personnel manager.
Franke Coffee Systems North America, manufacturers of super-automatic espresso machines, introduces Roman Gaus as the new managing director.