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‘Together we will make a new world’: Sexual and Political Utopianism‘Together we will make a new world’: Sexual and Political Utopianism
In this paper I use examples from my research on anarchism, gender and sexuality in Britain from the 1880s onwards, to discuss changing concepts of free love and the relationship between sexual freedom and social transformation
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Self-love in the Aristotelian EthicsSelf-love in the Aristotelian Ethics
NE. 1 This difference is easily explained if the ee came later. But if the ne were later, we would have the mysterious picture of Aristotle advocating a view he had already shown to be flawed
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Lecture 5: Is Population a Problem?Lecture 5: Is Population a Problem?
These high proportions have come about through persistently high rates of population growth, which themselves have been the result of declining death rates and continuing high birth rates
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The Last Refuge Of The Unquantifiable: Aesthetics, Experience And Environmentalism Michael HannisThe Last Refuge Of The Unquantifiable: Aesthetics, Experience And Environmentalism Michael Hannis
To reassert the place of the aesthetic in experience is to recognise the preeminence of the immediate. It is to realise that we live first and foremost in an extended present, which is the primary reality
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Greek conceptions of virtueGreek conceptions of virtue
There is a hopeful feeling that the downturn will make us more community-minded and willing once again to show the virtue of charity to our neighbours. The public mood is one of shunning the vice of conspicuous consumption and becoming more temperate in
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Protecting Legitimate Expectations and Estoppel in English LawProtecting Legitimate Expectations and Estoppel in English Law
Readers are permitted to make copies, electronically or printed, for personal and classroom use
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Writing sample carol skrenesWriting sample carol skrenes
Kant recognize that his critique of pure practical reason is simultaneously a theory of right and a theory of value. The two fundamental notions condition each other in his conception of the object of the moral law. (See below.)
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