by Jan Wolenski and Eckhart Kohler (Kluwer, 1998).

There is expectation that Lew will propose replacing the Treasury building, which is currently on the $10 bill, with a mural-like depiction of the suffrage movement.

A statement which is  because, , it cannot be used to make a false assertion.

The 2017 issue of the STW Journal was published early in December. The magazine has a new online host, Science Open, and articles from the 2015, 2016 and 2017 issues are available at .

by Jo Ellen Jacobs and Paula Harms Payne (Indiana, 1998) and, ed.

Example: "If neither John nor Betty is here, then John is not here."Also see .

As employed by ,, and, the argument maintains that many aspects of the natural world exhibit an orderly and purposive characterthat would be most naturally explained by reference to the intentional design of an intelligent creator.

For a discussion of his life and works, see .

The Sylvia Townsend Warner Society was launched in January 2000 in Dorchester by a group of enthusiasts, assembling for an inaugural meeting at the County Museum. The main aim of the Society is to promote a wide readership for and a better understanding of the writings of Sylvia Townsend Warner.

(1995) offers her more recent reflections on the same subject.

The Mary Jacobs Essay Prize of £500, publication in the , and a year's free membership from 1st January 2018 of the Sylvia Townsend Warner Society, is awarded to Harry Daniels, a postgraduate student of Manchester University. His winning essay 'Sacred and Profane Love in ', will appear in the spring/summer issue of the 2018 STW Journal.

by Alex Byrne, Robert Stalnaker, and Ralph Wedgwood (MIT, 2001).

Thoreau's essay (1849) is a classic statement of the principles, later employed by and , of passive resistance against governmental authority on the basis of individual conscience.

by Carl Bode (Viking, 1977) andRobert D.

Free memberships for one year, from 1st January 2018, are awarded to the joint runners-up: Harriet Baker (Cambridge, UK) for 'The Queer Spaces of Sylvia Townsend Warner's (1926) and (1929)', and Cornelia-Catrinel Dunca (Ahmedabad, Gujerat, India) for 'Passionate bodies: the Politics of Re-Orientations in '.

and Barry Moser, (California, 1988).

Thomson's (1971) famously establishes that termination of pregnancy, under certain circumstances, is morally permissible even if the fetus is granted status as a person entitled to rights.