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Balancing the Pyramid: Can Consumerism Stay on Top?Balancing the Pyramid: Can Consumerism Stay on Top?
Every era has its end, and just as the consumer culture appeared, it is sure to disappear, replaced by a new era of humanity. How can we balance an addiction to decadence with a need for basic emotional satisfaction to utilize the benefits of consumerism
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Name Core Date a dark TimeName Core Date a dark Time
In that five-year period, the Black Death killed nearly one-third of the population of Europe. The rapid decline in population had many serious consequences. The changes in European society caused by the Black Death marked a turning point
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New Title Idea: Local History and Asian Capitalism in South India By David LuddenNew Title Idea: Local History and Asian Capitalism in South India By David Ludden
Preface for 2004 edition of Peasant History in South India. Oxford University Press, Delhi
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Multiculturalism, citizenship and national identityMulticulturalism, citizenship and national identity
The idea of multiculturalism faces intense criticism from voices who blame it for accentuating social division, reinforcing Muslim separateness and undermining national identity
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The crisis of namesThe crisis of names
We needed to know what to call the world into which we entered on that date. Since that date, many terms and names have rushed in to answer this call. Terror is one of many of these names. Civilization is another of them
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The Colonial Legacy in African Management: West AfricaThe Colonial Legacy in African Management: West Africa
The creation of a black elite with significantly higher income than the majority population was also frequently divisive and undermined corporate social responsibility claims
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The Origin and Development of Courtly Love, and my BibliographyThe Origin and Development of Courtly Love, and my Bibliography
By the seventeenth century Molière could ridicule courtly love in his Les Précieuses ridicules. The result of the centuries of courtly love was the European and American belief that the most important part of marriage was the love between the bride
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Harvard Law School Jean Monnet ChairHarvard Law School Jean Monnet Chair
The major reason behind Joschka Fischer’s argument for deepening European integration is the forthcoming eastward enlargement of the European Union. As he puts it
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Essay by Celine ClarkEssay by Celine Clark
It deeply influenced views of other aspects of slave life including family mores, religion, music, folk tales, art, and the nature and extent of slave resistance to oppression
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Wilfrid Sellars\Wilfrid Sellars' "Empiricism and the Philosophy of Mind"
The formulations and characterizations that are provided are not intended to be definitive or authoritative. They aim to provide a place to start in reading this rich and difficult text
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Global Justice and Norms of Co-operation: The ‘Layers of Justice’ ViewGlobal Justice and Norms of Co-operation: The ‘Layers of Justice’ View
In this paper I argue that such an assumption should be rejected in favour of the view that justice is relative to norms of co-operation. Consequently it is possible to develop a view of 'justice but not the same justice'
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Introduction to religion and psychologyIntroduction to religion and psychology
Arguments for the existence of god: the majority rely on the premise that God is an objective reality whose existence can be proved by logical or empirical means
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Module two: urban and regional politics in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuriesModule two: urban and regional politics in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
Years that ended round about the Second World War. A politics of the urban and of the regional would have been less unfamiliar, however. Certainly people thought about there being an urban question
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As philosophy Module 2 Philosophy Of Religion Unit 4 The Problem Of EvilAs philosophy Module 2 Philosophy Of Religion Unit 4 The Problem Of Evil
Epicurus (371-270 bc). Since then, many philosophers and theologians have wrestled with the problem, causing some such as the French philosopher Jean Paul Sartre (1905-1980)
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