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Democracy as an open-ended utopia reviving an Sense of Uncoerced Political Possibility Steven FriedmanDemocracy as an open-ended utopia reviving an Sense of Uncoerced Political Possibility Steven Friedman
Utopia is, in the main, no longer seen as a practical possibility. It is necessary that it become one again
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Meriting Concern and Meriting Respect Jon GarthoffMeriting Concern and Meriting Respect Jon Garthoff
Kantianism. I argue instead that the best way to incorporate animal standing into Kantian moral theory is to qualify its logocentrism and maintain that sentience, understood as a non-rational capacity
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Texas as a Province and Republic 1795-1845 Author IndexTexas as a Province and Republic 1795-1845 Author Index
McDaniel and Joseph Brown, parties in the murder of Chavis [sic], the Mexican, on "The Santa Fe Trace," together with their Adventures in Texas, being a true account as gathered from themselves, two days previous to their appointed
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How China Sees America: The Sum of Beijing\How China Sees America: The Sum of Beijing's Fears Nathan, Andrew J; Scobell, Andrew. Foreign Affairs
Even when U. S. officials speak sweetly and softly, their Chinese counterparts hear sugarcoated threats and focus on the big stick in the background
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China’s trade policies in wider asian perspective razeen SallyChina’s trade policies in wider asian perspective razeen Sally
Asia – or the lack thereof – and how that relates to trade policies. Time and space prohibit an even wider comparison with Japan, South Korea and Taiwan, the more developed countries of northeast Asia
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Chapter 11 – the formation of islamic civilization, 622–1000 global perspectivesChapter 11 – the formation of islamic civilization, 622–1000 global perspectives
Why did only China compare favorably with the Islamic world during the first centuries after the birth of Islam? How were the two civilizations similar, and how were they different?
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Putting Educational Equality in its Place Harry BrighousePutting Educational Equality in its Place Harry Brighouse
So the issues of how to distribute education and what kind of education to distribute are pressing to the theorist of justice. We shall put aside the issue of what kind of education to distribute, and concentrate on the distributive rul
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Chapter 9 – the age of enlightenment: eighteenth-century thoughtChapter 9 – the age of enlightenment: eighteenth-century thought
Enlightenment. Enlightenment thinkers, called philosophes, believed that change and reform were both possible and desirable. Before 1700, a belief in innovation through rational criticism had belonged to only a few pioneering thinkers
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History 280: Book Summaries Spring 2002History 280: Book Summaries Spring 2002
Klaus Epstein, The Genesis of German Conservatism (1966) establishes the existence of a strong
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Social Intuitionists Answer Six Questions About Moral PsychologySocial Intuitionists Answer Six Questions About Moral Psychology
Haidt, J., & Bjorklund, F. (2007). Social intuitionists answer six questions about morality. In W. Sinnott-Armstrong (Ed.), Moral psychology, Vol. 2: The cognitive science of morality (pp. 181-217). Cambridge, ma: mit press
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0Parallel Lecture 10Parallel Lecture 1
This lecture reviews the historical, political, and intellectual setting from the colonial period through Shays’s Rebellio
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