Godwin's law

Known as: Godwin´s Law, Godwin's rule of Nazi analogies, Godwin Law 
Godwin's law (or Godwin's rule of Nazi analogies) is an Internet adage asserting that "As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a… (More)
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The connection between Godwin and Fénelon has traditionally been restricted to the famous and controversial moment in the first… (More)
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In 1825, Hazlitt described some of the fluctuations which the reputation of William Godwin had already experienced: ‘during his… (More)
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This essay reads Godwin’s second novel, St. Leon (1799), as an attempt to counter the asperity he expresses towards the domestic… (More)
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  • Siobhan Ni
  • 2006
Godwin’s controversial claim for earthly immortality in the first edition of Political Justice has been largely dismissed by… (More)
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This article challenges the critical view that Godwin’s association with the theatre is limited to the ill-fated Antonio (1800… (More)
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  • Shin - Shan Yu
  • 2005
FIRST MEASUREMENT OF THE RATIO OF BRANCHING FRACTIONS B(Λb → Λc μ−νμ)/B(Λb → Λc π−) AT CDF II Shin-Shan Yu Nigel Lockyer We… (More)
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