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Rationality in Belief and Action, ed by E. Baccarini and S. Prijic, Rijeka, 2006, pp. 9-24
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Speech of Alexander the Great, from The Campaigns of AlexanderSpeech of Alexander the Great, from The Campaigns of Alexander
Alexander’s letters and other Greek sources in his account of Alexander. According to Arrian, the following is a speech Alexander gave to his troops when they refused to continue into India
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Words Are WeaponsWords Are Weapons
Wounds of the flesh made by knives can heal quickly, but those of the soul inflicted by sharp words can be far more lasting, even lethal. In today’s Gospel reading of Christ’s temptation in the wilderness it becomes clear that words are
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The Myth Of Green Consumerism: Consumption, Community And Free Markets Michael HannisThe Myth Of Green Consumerism: Consumption, Community And Free Markets Michael Hannis
The junk merchant doesn't sell his product to the consumer, he sells the consumer to the product. He does not improve and simplify his merchandise. He degrades and simplifies the client
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Harm does not happen to humans in isolation, but rather to worlds composed of diverse beings. This article asks how worlds and the conditions of worldliness should be framed as ‘subjects of security’Harm does not happen to humans in isolation, but rather to worlds composed of diverse beings. This article asks how worlds and the conditions of worldliness should be framed as ‘subjects of security’
The value of this concept is demonstrated in light of an empirical example: the ‘Rainforest Chernobyl’ case. The article concludes that a worldly approach is necessary in order to capture the full enormity of the harms confronted by
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