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jurisprudence

 [jo̳r″is-proo´dens]
the science of the law.
medical jurisprudence the science of the law as applied to the practice of medicine; see also forensic medicine.

jur·is·pru·dence

(jūr'is-prū'dens),
The science of law, its principles and concepts.
[L. juris prudentia, knowledge of law]

jurisprudence

/jur·is·pru·dence/ (jldbomacr″is-proo´dens) the science of the law.
medical jurisprudence  the science of the law as applied to the practice of medicine.

jurisprudence

[jo̅o̅′rispro̅o̅′dəns]
Etymology: L, jus, law, prudentia, knowledge
the science and philosophy of law. Medical jurisprudence relates to the interfacing of medicine with criminal and civil law.

jurisprudence

The science of law. Medical jurisprudence is another term for FORENSIC MEDICINE.

jur·is·pru·dence

(jūr'is-prū'dĕns)
Legal principles and concepts.

jurisprudence

(jŏŏr´isproo´dəns),
n the philosophy of law.
jurisprudence, dental (forensic dentistry),
n 1. the science that teaches the application of every branch of dental knowledge to the purposes of the law; this also includes the elucidation of doubtful legal questions.
n 2. the state laws and codes covering the legal limitations of the practice of the profession of dentistry.
n the science that applies the principles and practice of the different branches of medicine in the elucidation of doubtful questions in a court of justice. Also called
forensic medicine.

jurisprudence

the science of the law.

medical jurisprudence
the science of the law as applied to the practice of medicine.
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Coupled DEVS formalism describes a system as a network of components.
The textual formalism R : X [right arrow] Y can be used to indicate that the relations between members of object types X and Y should be unique and also that all members of object type X should be part of the fact type.
7) This is a species of a larger problem: formalism does not seem to have a place for properties of a relational nature.
If this latter formalism were taken as fundamental and complete we would be lead to the introduction of a pseudo-Riemannian "spacetime" formalism for sound with a metric characterised by the invariant speed of sound, and where "sound cones" would play a critical role.
In Shakespeare and Historical Formalism, we may be seeing early modern studies refashioning itself without embracing only one side of a history/form dichotomy.
The pyramid offers a useful framework to re-examine stalemated discussions of such tensions as those between coercion and empowerment, formal and informal helping, responsiveness and formalism, public and private, individual autonomy and community well-being.
However, to recognize the disciplinary divide in this way is also to underwrite it, particularly since the editors continue to regard formalism as suspect, and therefore somewhat embarrassing: "are we, as a profession, ghosted by a formalism that never was?
Wolfson's excellent first chapter surveys the complex history of formalism and its ambivalent relationship to romantic poetry.
Yet, by recontextualizing Russian formalism and one of its leading personalities in a scholarly sound way, the author has managed to demystify and rehumanize a fascinating phenomenon within modern literary theory.
Aside from exposing officers to the different philosophical frameworks - including, among others, religious ethics, natural law, ethical formalism, utilitarianism, and the ethics of care - instructors generally focus on practical exercises to reinforce desired behavior.
Although in that case the mathematics added nothing, in general mathematical formalism provides a useful set of tools.
This is a supplement to my "Bibliography of Russian Formalism in English," published in a previous bibliographic number of Style (26.