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Failures of just war theory: terror, harm, and justiceFailures of just war theory: terror, harm, and justice
Typically, terror killing of noncombatants (tkn), that is, intentionally killing them because, for example, fear will lead to surrender, is ruled out as a means to use in fighting a just war
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25 March 2006 Racial Identity, Citizenship and Nation Building in Post-Apartheid South Africa Introductory remarks25 March 2006 Racial Identity, Citizenship and Nation Building in Post-Apartheid South Africa Introductory remarks
In post-apartheid South Africa, all of these themes are at issue but because of the continued salience of the racial faultline in this social formation
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The High Court, The Constitution and Australian Politics Book LaunchThe High Court, The Constitution and Australian Politics Book Launch
Australia. Professor Galligan, who has written a chapter on the Barwick Court, is a distinguished Australian political scientist and I congratulate the editors, Rosalind Dixon and George Williams
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Why Some Theories Work and Others Do Not Analyzing Discourse in the First Bush-Kerry DebateWhy Some Theories Work and Others Do Not Analyzing Discourse in the First Bush-Kerry Debate
Bush and Kerry answered questions about foreign policy and homeland security for 90 minutes. Both candidates consented to a 32-page agreement of rules and procedures for the debat In his opening remarks, Lehrer listed a few of these
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Entrapment and rejection: the case of the Exclusive BrethrenEntrapment and rejection: the case of the Exclusive Brethren
A paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Cultic Studies Association, Fort Lee, New Jersey, July 3, 2010
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What Really Happened in Rwanda?What Really Happened in Rwanda?
Researchers Christian Davenport and Allan C. Stam say the accepted story of the mass killings of 1994 is incomplete, and the full truth inconvenient as it may be to the Rwandan government needs to come out
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The man god choosesThe man god chooses
King david study (#1) "the man god chooses"
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The Learned Physician as a Charismatic Healer: Urso of Salerno (Flourished End of Twelfth Century) on Incantations in Medicine, Magic, and ReligionThe Learned Physician as a Charismatic Healer: Urso of Salerno (Flourished End of Twelfth Century) on Incantations in Medicine, Magic, and Religion
It is argued that Urso’s incursions into theology are both a tactic to defend his bold naturalism against accusations of unorthodoxy and a reflection of his ambition to create a comprehensive “science of everything
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An instant, or changing in an instant, it can be in motionAn instant, or changing in an instant, it can be in motion
In either case, God enters into time at that first moment and changes simultaneously with His creating the universe; just as the arrow begins to move at some conventional first moment which is simultaneous with the release of the arrow
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End of chapter Questions and AnswersEnd of chapter Questions and Answers
Q1 Figure 7 shows how bad an implementation can become. Action needs to be taken to prevent this kind of situation. What would you recommend should be done?
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