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  • 61 Three Laws of Robotics — In science fiction, the Three Laws of Robotics are a set of three rules written by Isaac Asimov, which almost all positronic robots appearing in his fiction must obey. Introduced in his 1942 short story Runaround , although foreshadowed in a few… …

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  • 62 physical science — physical scientist. 1. any of the natural sciences dealing with inanimate matter or with energy, as physics, chemistry, and astronomy. 2. these sciences collectively. [1835 45] * * * Introduction       the systematic study of the inorganic world …

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  • 63 History of science — History of science …

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  • 64 Five laws of library science — S. R. Ranganathan, known as the the father of library science in India, and respected by librarians all over the world, proposed five laws of library science. Most librarians worldwide accept them as the foundations of their… …

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  • 65 Master of Computer Science — Der Master ([ˈmaːstɐ] oder [ˈmaːstə], aus engl. master, das auf lat. magister „Lehrer“, „Vorsteher“, „Meister“ zurückgeht) ist in vielen europäischen Staaten der zweite akademische Grad, den Studenten an Hochschulen als Abschluss einer… …

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  • 66 Master of Science — Der Master ([ˈmaːstɐ] oder [ˈmaːstə], aus engl. master, das auf lat. magister „Lehrer“, „Vorsteher“, „Meister“ zurückgeht) ist in vielen europäischen Staaten der zweite akademische Grad, den Studenten an Hochschulen als Abschluss einer… …

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  • 67 political science — political scientist. a social science dealing with political institutions and with the principles and conduct of government. [1770 80] * * * Academic discipline concerned with the empirical study of government and politics. Political scientists… …

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  • 68 Enlightenment I (The French): science, materialism and determinism — The French Enlightenment I: science, materialism and determinism Peter Jimack The French Enlightenment is not just a convenient label devised by historians of philosophy, and the thinkers to be discussed in this chapter and the next were for the… …

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  • 69 Physical science — is an encompassing term for the branches of natural science and science that study non living systems, in contrast to the biological sciences. However, the term physical creates an unintended, somewhat arbitrary distinction, since many branches… …

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  • 70 Newton's laws of motion — For other uses, see Laws of motion. Classical mechanics …

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  • 71 The Value of Science — is a book by the French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher Henri Poincaré. It was published in 1905. The book deals with questions in the philosophy of science and adds detail to the topics addressed by Poincaré s previous book, Science… …

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  • 72 Bachelor of Laws — The Bachelor of Laws (abbreviated LL.B., LLB or rarely Ll.B.) is an undergraduate, or bachelor, degree in law offered in most common law countries as the primary law degree and which originated in England. [John H. Langbein, “Scholarly and… …

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  • 73 Relationship between religion and science — Part of a series on Science …

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  • 74 Creation Science — Creationism can also refer to creation myths, or to a concept about the origin of the soul. For the movement in Spanish literature, see Creacionismo. Part of a series on Creationism …

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  • 75 Doctor of Juridical Science — Doctor of Juridical Science, Doctor of the Science of Law, (in Latin) Scientiae Juridicae Doctor (sometimes also referred to as a Doctor of Laws), abbreviated J.S.D. or S.J.D., is a research doctorate in law[1] and equivalent to the PhD[2][3] It… …

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  • 76 Outline of physical science — Physical science is an encompassing term for the branches of natural science and science that study non living systems, in contrast to the life sciences. However, the term physical creates an unintended, somewhat arbitrary distinction, since many …

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  • 77 Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics That Will Be Able to Present Itself as a Science — Prolegomenon (plural prolegomena ) refers to any critical introduction or essay at the start of a book. Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics is one of the shorter works by the German philosopher Immanuel Kant. It was published in 1783, two years …

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  • 78 The Grammar of Science — is a book by Karl Pearson first published at London by Walter Scott in 1892. It was recommended by Einstein to his friends of the Olympia Academy. Several themes were covered in this book that later became part of the theories of Einstein and… …

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  • 79 References to the Three Laws of Robotics — References to Isaac Asimov s Three Laws of Robotics have appeared in a wide variety of circumstances. In some cases, other authors have explored the Laws in a serious fashion. Jack Williamson wrote a disturbing short story called With Folded… …

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  • 80 Commentaries on the Laws of England — Title page of a 1771 American printing of Commentaries on the Laws of England by William Blackstone. The Commentaries on the Laws of England [1] are an influential 18th century treatise on the common law of …

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