# satisfy+by+proof+or+evidence

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**EVIDENCE**— Non Evidentiary Proceedings in Biblical Law The revelation of divine law is found not only in legislation but also in adjudication in particular cases (cf. Lev. 24:12–13; Num. 15:32–34; 27:1–8; Deut. 1:17), whether through Moses or judges or… …2

**Proof of impossibility**— A proof of impossibility, sometimes called a negative proof or negative result , is a proof demonstrating that a particular problem cannot be solved, or cannot be solved in general. Often proofs of impossibility have put to rest decades or… …3

**convincing evidence**— Satisfactory and sufficient evidence. 30 Am J Rev ed Ev § 1080. To convince is primarily to overcome or subdue, and, in logic, to satisfy the mind by proof. If evidence is convincing, in any case it is sufficient, and to say it ought to be more… …4

**Natural proof**— In computational complexity theory, a natural proof is a certain kind of proof establishing that one complexity class differs from another one. While these proofs are in some sense natural , it can be shown (assuming a widely believed conjecture… …5

**Gödel's ontological proof**— is a formalization of Saint Anselm s ontological argument for God s existence by the mathematician Kurt Gödel.St. Anselm s ontological argument, in its most succinct form, is as follows: God, by definition, is that than which a greater cannot be… …6

**satisfactory proof**— Convincing evidence. Sufficient evidence. Evidence such as to satisfy an unprejudiced mind of the truth. 30 Am J2d Ev § 1080. To be satisfied of the truth of anything implies the absence of a reasonable doubt, but it does not imply the absence of …7

**burden of proof**— noun Law 1. the legal obligation on a party who asserts a matter to adduce sufficient supporting evidence to satisfy the required standard of proof. In criminal trials, this burden rests on the prosecution (the legal burden or persuasive burden) …8

**extrajudicial evidence**— That which is used to satisfy private persons as to facts requiring proof …9

**extrajudicial evidence**— That which is used to satisfy private persons as to facts requiring proof …10

**convince**— v. a. Satisfy (by proof or evidence), persuade …