[Contributed by Will Sweet.]Recommended Reading:, ed.

Hypatia was a popular teacher and head of the philosophical community at Alexandria until her torture and death at the hands of a clergy-led Christian mob.

O'Connell (Continuum, 1975); and, ed.

by Colin Tyler (Thoemmes, 1999).

Prominent members of the group included,,,, and.

When (in ) his Messenger declares "I'm sure nobody walks much faster than I do," the White King hypostasizes "Nobody" by responding that "He can't do that, or else he'd have been here first."Such philosophers as ,, and are sometimes accused of similar flights of whimsy.

Horney was also the author of (1945), (1947), and (1950).

Although criticized this method for the excessive, misleading, or harmful cleverness with which it was practiced in his day, it remains a common tool for in a theological vein.

Zarka (Kluwer, 1997) andFrederick James Powicke,  (Greenwood, 1955).

His later work included a set of (1750) on .

The Multistate Essay Examination (MEE) is developed by NCBE and consists of six 30-minute questions. It is administered by user jurisdictions as part of the bar examination on the Tuesday before the last Wednesday in February and July of each year.

Downie (Everyman, 1994);William R.

A hypothetical imperative (of the form, "If you want X, then do A.") is always conditioned on something else, but a categorical imperative (of the form "Do A.") is absolute and.

Scott, (Thoemmes, 1998); andThomas Duddy, (Routledge, 2002).

Moral action for Kant always follows from, "Act only according to that maxim whereby you can at the same time will that it become a universal law."Recommended Reading:Immanuel Kant, , tr.

Recommended Reading:Edwyn Bevan, (Ares, 1980).

In his massive () (1929), Cassirer suggested that these basic concepts are most clearly revealed in the cultural symbols of language, science, and mythology.

Bushnell,  (Cornell, 1996); andJohn C.

For a discussion of his life and works, see .

Example: All first-degree murders are premeditated homicides, but no premeditated homicides are actions performed in self-defence, so it follows that no actions performed in self-defence are first-degree murders.This is one of the in which syllogisms are always .

Camus was awarded in 1957 and died in an automobile accident three years later.

Kockelmans, (Purdue, 1994);, ed.

This is the second reason Kant held that fundamental issues in ethicsmust be addressed with an a priori method: The ultimatesubject matter of ethics is the nature and content of the principlesthat necessarily determine a rational will.

Martins, 1992); andHarold Bloom and William Golding,  (Chelsea House, 1989).

Richardson, (Cambridge, 1997);Bryan G.

The MEE is only one of a number of measures that a board of bar examiners may use in determining competence to practice. Each jurisdiction grades the MEE and determines its own policy with regard to the relative weight given to the MEE and other scores. Jurisdictions that administer the weight the MEE component 30%.