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Jonathan Wolff Department of Philosophy, University College LondonJonathan Wolff Department of Philosophy, University College London
Oxford Chair, which had previously been held by G. D. H. Cole, Isaiah Berlin, John Plamenatz and Charles Taylor. He took up the Chair in 1985, the same year in which he was also elected to the British Academy
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Pols 552 Political Theory Instructor: Assist. Prof. Dr. Volkan ÇıdamPols 552 Political Theory Instructor: Assist. Prof. Dr. Volkan Çıdam
Because it must begin by clarifying the problems at hand, critique is not only normative but also descriptive. Finally critique is practical
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UtilitarianismUtilitarianism
Since it is a consequentialist position, you might find it profitable to look at the evidence sections on Absolutism and Consequentialism
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Meriting Concern and Meriting Respect Jon GarthoffMeriting Concern and Meriting Respect Jon Garthoff
Kantianism. I argue instead that the best way to incorporate animal standing into Kantian moral theory is to qualify its logocentrism and maintain that sentience, understood as a non-rational capacity
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Quality of lifeQuality of life
Mortimer J. Adler (director, Institute for Philosophical Research; member, board of editors, Encyclopedia Britannica), The Common Sense of Politics, 1971
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Review of Will Kymlicka’s Multicultural CitizenshipReview of Will Kymlicka’s Multicultural Citizenship
Bibliographische Beschreibung: Haist, Allana: “Securing Diversity: a review of Will Kymlicka’s Multicultural Citizenship”, Dissertation, Technische Universität Chemnitz, 2011. 316 Seiten, 1 Abbildung, 0 Tabellen
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The institution of the family is in transitionThe institution of the family is in transition
Social forces are ending the cultural domination of the traditional nuclear family
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Related or contrasting ideas may be found in these other categories: Duty, Ethics, Needs, Property, Rule of Law, Social Contract, and The StateRelated or contrasting ideas may be found in these other categories: Duty, Ethics, Needs, Property, Rule of Law, Social Contract, and The State
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Guide to PhilosophyGuide to Philosophy
Peter A. Facione (prof of philosophy, Calif. State Univ at Fullerton), The Student’s Guide to Philosophy 1988, p. 20-21
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Centre for Equity in Education, University of Manchester, ukCentre for Equity in Education, University of Manchester, uk
This framework is intended to guide the creation of a systematic evidence-base about equity in education which can, in turn, inform policy
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The Prince and the LawThe Prince and the Law
Published in: T. Eger. J. Bigus, C. Ott and G. von Wangenheim (eds.), International Law and Its Economic Analysis, Festschrift für Hans-Bernd Schäfer, Wiesbaden: Gabler-Verlag, 57-70
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Beauty is goodBeauty is good
Ralph Waldo Emerson (American transcendentalist philosopher, essayist, and poet, 1803-1882), “Beauty” in Essays: The Conduct of Life, 1860, reprinted in The Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Black’s Readers Service: 1928
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