Just Warfare Theory and Noncombatant ImmunityJust Warfare Theory and Noncombatant Immunity
Combatants are those whose activities materially assist the war effort
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Spirituality versus Physicality: Anne Bradstreet’s use of the Body to Assert Female EqualitySpirituality versus Physicality: Anne Bradstreet’s use of the Body to Assert Female Equality
Anne Bradstreet does not deny these differences, but instead uses her personal experience of the female body coupled with her skill of writing to equate women with men in the sphere of spirituality and creative abilities
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A4/p4 Bourgeois DeedsA4/p4 Bourgeois Deeds
I would prefer. Marx was mistaken to believe that ideological change always reflects economic change. The change in words and ideas led off, and the change in the economy followed
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Robert N. Johnson Was Kant a Virtue Ethicist?Robert N. Johnson Was Kant a Virtue Ethicist?
Kantians themselves have argued that Kant’s ethics in fact shares these features with virtue ethics. In what follows, I will argue against this view
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Lessons from the 1986 Libya AirstrikeLessons from the 1986 Libya Airstrike
Before turning to the principal portion of my remarks, I believe it is necessary to preface them with a few points
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When should Christians engage in civil disobedience? Should they ever revolt against a government?When should Christians engage in civil disobedience? Should they ever revolt against a government?
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Some Notes on A. J. Ayer’s version of Logical Positivism Chapter One ofSome Notes on A. J. Ayer’s version of Logical Positivism Chapter One of
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Note to ReadersNote to Readers
Those of you who are interested in a brief tour for nonspecialists of the philosophy of free will might find pages 325-33 of Mele 2008b useful
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Table of Contents Introduction 14Table of Contents Introduction 14
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Housing In Indian Country, Case Study Housing in Indian CountryHousing In Indian Country, Case Study Housing in Indian Country
Through this case, students can explore ways that tribes can advocate to revise polices and enhance existing structures that result in developing vibrant, healthy communities for Indian people
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Kant’s History of EthicsKant’s History of Ethics
French philosophy, and of as much of Anglophone philosophy as had been translated into either French or German. But like many modern philosophers, he had an inadequate appreciation of the scholastic tradition
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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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Slave voicesSlave voices
Madame Chevalier, a slave in the St. Domingue Rebellion, speaking before her execution
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Section B. Revision of DecisionsSection B. Revision of Decisions
This topic contains general information on revising prior determinations, including
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The Impeachment of George W. BushThe Impeachment of George W. Bush
W. Bush not in hushed whispers but openly, in newspapers, on the Internet, in ordinary conversations and even in Congress. As a former member of Congress who sat on the House Judiciary Committee during the impeachment proceedings against President
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