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Much of this vision is drawn from Huxley’s experiences during the interwar period and for that reason, an exploration of his reactions to mass culture and his philosophy of culture prove useful in understanding the novel
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New communication technologies are being developed rapidly and made more widely available, although their transfer is taking place through private investment global media markets are now dominated by a mere handful of transnational
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We need an equally clear awareness of how they are still being used to control us, of the degree to which our use of them undermines that control, and of alternatives that move us beyond money, credit and debt altogether
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United States would employ globally in the twentieth century, yet before the war with Spain, United States’ imperialism was little more than a local affair, mainly internal, but occasionally involving its neighbors
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Philosophy and Social Action, 17 (3-4) July-December 1991 The New TechnologiesPhilosophy and Social Action, 17 (3-4) July-December 1991 The New Technologies
It focusses upon a trade in special equipment meant to protect unpopular, illegitimate and authoritarian governments in the Third World against upheavals and insurrection
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Breed-and-burn, traveling wave reactors as a new medium for harnessing nuclear energyBreed-and-burn, traveling wave reactors as a new medium for harnessing nuclear energy
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What was the appeal of communism, in terms of both its promises and its achievements? To what extent did it fulfill those promises?
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The Linguistic Creation of Man: Charles Darwin, August Schleicher, Ernst Haeckel, and the Missing Link in Nineteenth-Century Evolutionary TheoryThe Linguistic Creation of Man: Charles Darwin, August Schleicher, Ernst Haeckel, and the Missing Link in Nineteenth-Century Evolutionary Theory
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Beckner, 1969; Hull, 1973; to cite only a few of a large selection of such publications, concede the legitimacy of some teleological statements but still display considerable divergence of opinion as to the actual meaning of the word 'teleological' and the
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The Enduring Controversy of the Neighborhood UnitThe Enduring Controversy of the Neighborhood Unit
Intense debate among prominent planners today has its roots in disagreements that go back more than a century – but recent research may point the way to resolving some old disagreements
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However, it must be noted that these accomplishments came at the cost of the creation of new elite classesHowever, it must be noted that these accomplishments came at the cost of the creation of new elite classes
What was the appeal of communism, in terms of both its promise and its achievements? To what extent did it fulfill that promise?
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Chapter learning objectivesChapter learning objectives
To examine the nature of the Russian and Chinese revolutions and how the differences between those revolutions affected the introduction of communist regimes in those countries
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