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  1. On the Ultimate Ground of Being.Soufiane Hamri - 2018 - International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 83 (2):161-168.
    This paper presents a characterization of the ontological dependence relation between an existent and its sustaining cause, which allows to straightforwardly deduce that the being of any dependent existent is grounded on an independent one. Furthermore, an argument is given to the conclusion that there is a unique independent existent, which is therefore the ultimate ground of being.
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    The Modal Symmetry First Cause Argument.Soufiane Hamri - forthcoming - Religious Studies:1-8.
    I present a new First Cause argument that builds on modal notions to derive causal finitism, the thesis that all causal chains are of finite length. An independent uniqueness argument is then supplemented to establish the existence of a unique First Cause.
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    Against Hamri’s Argument for the Ultimate Ground of Being.Einar Bohn - 2018 - International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 84 (2):233-236.
    In this paper, I reply to Hamri's new kind of cosmological argument for the ultimate ground of being by blocking the argument in more than one place.
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    Legal Retrieval as Support to eMediation: Matching Disputant’s Case and Court Decisions.Soufiane El Jelali, Elisabetta Fersini & Enza Messina - 2015 - Artificial Intelligence and Law 23 (1):1-22.
    The perspective of online dispute resolution is to develop an online electronic system aimed at solving out-of-court disputes. Among ODR schemes, eMediation is becoming an important tool for encouraging the positive settlement of an agreement among litigants. The main motivation underlying the adoption of eMediation is the time/cost reduction for the resolution of disputes compared to the ordinary justice system. In the context of eMediation, a fundamental requirement that an ODR system should meet relates to both litigants and mediators, i.e. (...)
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