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Nuh Kanunlar kavram ilk olarak Rabbinik kaynaklarda zikredilmektedir. Fakat kaynaklarda yer alan bilgiler birbirileriyle ittifak halinde olmad gibi bazen bir kaynakta yer alan bilgiler kendi i erisinde de eli mektedir. Bu nedenle Nuh Kanunlar ’n n Yahudi ilahiyat nda temel olmay p sonradan e itli nedenlerden dolay ortaya at ld iddia edenler olmu tur. Bu iddialar bahis konusu kavram n k keni konusuna e ilmi , onu ortaya karan sebepleri bulmaya al m t r. Makalede bu g rü ler tan t larak tutarl l k bak m ndan analiz edilecektir.AbstractThe concept of Noahide Laws is firstly mentioned in Rabbinic sources. But these sources contradict each other about the content of this concept. Moreover, there are some sources which are not in harmony in regard of their information. Therefore, there are various opinions about the origin of Noahide Laws. These opinions claim that the concept of Noahide Laws is not basic in Judaism and put forward later due to various causes and try describe these causes. This article tries to introduce these opinions and analysis their consistency.

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This paper is devoted to the analysis of the travelling waves for a class of generalized nonlinear Schrödinger equations in a cylindric domain. Searching for travelling waves reduces the problem to the multiparameter eigenvalue problems for a class of perturbed p-Laplacians. We study dispersion relations between the eigenparameters, quantitative analysis of eigenfunctions and discuss some variational principles for eigenvalues of perturbed p-Laplacians. In this paper we analyze the Dirichlet, Neumann, No-flux, Robin and Steklov boundary value problems. Particularly, a “duality principle” between the Robin and the Steklov problems is presented.

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We study nonlinear boundary value problems arising in the deformation theory of plasticity. These problems include 3D mixed problems related to nonlinear Lame system, elastoplastic bending of an incompressible hardening plate, and elastoplastic torsion of a bar. For all these different problems, we present a general variational approach based on monotone potential operator theory and prove solvability and monotonicity of potentials. The obtained results are illustrated on numerical examples.

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We study nonlinear boundary value problems arising in the deformation theory of plasticity. These problems include 3D mixed problems related to nonlinear Lame system, elastoplastic bending of an incompressible hardening plate, and elastoplastic torsion of a bar. For all these different problems, we present a general variational approach based on monotone potential operator theory and prove solvability and monotonicity of potentials. The obtained results are illustrated on numerical examples.

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This paper is devoted to a dispersion analysis of a class of perturbed p-Laplacians. Besides the p-Laplacian-like eigenvalue problems we also deal with new and non-standard eigenvalue problems, which can not be solved by the methods used in nonlinear eigenvalue problems for p-Laplacians and similar operators. Original techniques are suggested for solving these new problems (see Section 3). In addition, dispersion relations between the eigen-parameters, quantitative analysis of eigenvectors and variational principles for eigenvalues of perturbed p-Laplacians are also studied in this paper. The problems, we study in this paper arise from the real world problems.

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By making use of some techniques based upon certain inverse new pairs of symbolic operators, the author investigate several decomposition formulas associated with Lauricella's hypergeometric functions $F_A^{(r)}, F_B^{(r)}, F_C^{(r)}$ and $F_D^{(r)}$ in $r$ variables. In the three-variable case some of these operational representations are constructed and applied in order to derive the corresponding decomposition formulas when $r = 3$ . With the help of these new inverse pairs of symbolic operators, a total 20 decomposition formulas and integral representations are found.

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In this paper, using similar symbolical method of Burchnall and Chaundy formulas of expansion for the generalized hypergeometric function were constructed. By means of the found formulas of expansion the formulas of an analytic continuation for hypergeometric function of Clausen is defined. The obtained formulas of an analytic continuation express known hypergeometric Appell function $ F_2 ({a;b_1, b_2 ;c_1, c_2 ;x,y}) $ which theory is well studied.

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By making use of some techniques based upon certain inverse new pairs of symbolic operators, the author investigate several decomposition formulas associated with Humbert hypergeometric functions $\Phi_1 $, $\Phi_2 $, $\Phi_3 $, $\Psi_1 $, $\Psi_2 $, $\Xi_1 $ and $\Xi_2 $. These operational representations are constructed and applied in order to derive the corresponding decomposition formulas. With the help of these inverse pairs of symbolic operators, a total 34 decomposition formulas are found. Euler type integrals, which are connected with Humbert's functions are found.

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: There is generally no agreed doctrinal definition of universal jurisdiction in customary and conventional international law. However, this does not preclude any definition, which embodies the essence of the concept as the ability to exercise jurisdiction irrespective of territoriality or nationality. Therefore, the concept of universal jurisdiction applies to a situation where "the nature of (an) act entitles a State to exercise its jurisdiction to apply its laws, even if the act has occurred outside its territory, has been perpetrated by a non-national, and even if (its) nationals have not been harmed by the acts." "Universal jurisdiction" refers to the competence of a national court to try a person suspected of a serious international crime-such as genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity or torture-even if neither the suspect nor the victim are nationals of the country where the court is located ("the forum state"), and the crime took place outside that country. Universal jurisdiction is a legal principle which has evolved in order to overcome jurisdictional gaps in the international legal order. It is intended to ensure that those responsible for international crimes - which include genocide, crimes against humanity, grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions, and torture - are brought to justice. Universal jurisdiction is primarily enacted when States with a more traditional jurisdictional nexus to the crime (related, inter alia, to the place of commission, or the perpetrator's nationality) prove unable or unwilling to genuinely investigate and prosecute: when their legal system is inadequate, or when it is used to shield the accused from justice.