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1 history 300 Ancient Law & Society1 history 300 Ancient Law & Society
Methodological issues will also be considered, especially the nature of the evidence and how to go about evaluating/interpreting it
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Phl 250 Philosophical Foundations for Ethical Understanding Dr. Kevin Graham, Instructor Spring Semester 2007Phl 250 Philosophical Foundations for Ethical Understanding Dr. Kevin Graham, Instructor Spring Semester 2007
Ny in his book titled, Amazing Grace. In order to analyze and evaluate the problems from a philosophical point of view, we will study three classic philosophical theories of ethics, namely, the utilitarianism of John Stuart Mill
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American History IIAmerican History II
Hist 2020 is a study of the development of cultural, economic, and political institutions in America from 1877 to the present
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Was enacted on June 12, 1956 through the initiative of Sen. Jose P. LaurelWas enacted on June 12, 1956 through the initiative of Sen. Jose P. Laurel
Executed by the National Commission on Education thirty days after its publication from the “Official Gazette”
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Amst 301 g (10408R): America, the Frontier and the New West (Fall 2013)Amst 301 g (10408R): America, the Frontier and the New West (Fall 2013)
Richard Slotkin, Regeneration through Violence: The Mythology of the American Frontier, 1600-1860. New York: HarperCollins/ Perennial, 1996 [1973]
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Ohio University Department of African American StudiesOhio University Department of African American Studies
Muhammad Ali, Robert F. Williams, and Martin Luther King, Jr to end the war. The course will demonstrate to students that war is socially formative and involve the interplay between international conflict and racial upheaval in the domestic
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Brock University Susan SpeareyBrock University Susan Spearey
To familiarise students with a range of writings and traditions within contemporary literatures in English
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Social problemsSocial problems
Individuals with disabilities who need to request accommodations should contact the Disability Services Coordinator, Student Center 214, (770) 961-3719
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Introduction to sociologyIntroduction to sociology
Individuals with disabilities who need to request accommodations should contact the Disability Services Coordinator, Student Center 214, (770) 961-3719
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F aculty of Liberal StudiesF aculty of Liberal Studies
Course Day & Time: Weds and Fri., 8: 30-11: 30am Building & Room#: 100 McCaul St., Room 556
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Colorado School of Public Health University of Colorado at Denver Anschutz Medical Campus Department of Health Systems, Management, & PolicyColorado School of Public Health University of Colorado at Denver Anschutz Medical Campus Department of Health Systems, Management, & Policy
Hsmp 6607 is not a course in legal training, but it instead emphasizes interdisciplinary discussion in order to develop the necessary tools that the student will use to analyze current issues in health care and public health with a rooted
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Sis 202 course requirements & assignmentsSis 202 course requirements & assignments
All assignments are designed to give students many occasions to integrate critical analytic skills through reading, writing, and discussion and to give students many opportunities to demonstrate engagement with the course materials
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PrerequisitesPrerequisites
It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that course prerequisites are completed College
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Spring 2015 Science, Technology, and Society 345 Physics in the Modern World: Copenhagen to ManhattanSpring 2015 Science, Technology, and Society 345 Physics in the Modern World: Copenhagen to Manhattan
A number of scientific, cultural, political, and philosophical themes leading up to the conception and building of the atomic bomb will be considered
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