By Adamek J.
An easy, direct evidence of the next characterization of types of (finitary)algebras is gifted: a cocomplete classification is similar to a range iff it has an algebraic generator, i.e., a typical generator that's precisely projective and finitely generated. This improves a bit a contemporary restatement, as a result of Pedicchio and wooden, of the classical characterization theorem of Lawvere. A bijective correspondence among algebraic theories and algebraic turbines is verified.
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CHAPTER V THEORY OF CRIME AND PUNISHMENT Those who believe in the beneﬁcence of force have never yet agreed upon the crimes that should be forbidden, the method and extent of punishment, the purpose of punishment, nor even its result. They simply agree that without force and violence social life cannot be maintained. All conceivable human actions have fallen under the disfavor of the law and found their place in penal codes: blasphemy, witchcra, heresy, insanity, idiocy, methods of eating and drinking, the manner of worshiping the Supreme Being, the observance of fast days and holy days, the giving of medicine and the withholding of medicine, the relation of the sexes, the right to labor and not to labor, the method of acquiring and dispensing property, its purchase and sale, the forms of dress and manner of deportment, in fact almost every conceivable act of man.
The care and treatment of the soul belong to the priest and the hangman. Whether man has a soul that ever existed or can exist independent of the body may be a question that will remain forever open to occupy our thoughts. CAUSE OF CRIME 37 But this at least is true: that the condition of the body has the greatest inﬂuence over the mental and so-called moral nature of man. The body and mind grow together and decay together. Health in one generally indicates health in the other. The overfeeding or the starvation of the one means the disease of the other.
Another with an appetite born in a remote ancestor may struggle manfully and fail. The temptation to take property by force does not appeal to one who can get it by inheritance or gi or fraud. The desire to kill never moves the soul of the placid man. To know what it means requires an intimate, inﬁnite knowledge of every emotion of the 48 RESIST NOT EVIL soul, of every ﬁber of the body, and the understanding, not of how the temptations or inducements that he met would aﬀect the judge, but how they would aﬀect the man.
A categorical characterization of varieties by Adamek J.