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More Machine Now than Man: Huxley’s Critique of Mass Culture inMore Machine Now than Man: Huxley’s Critique of Mass Culture in
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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The following paper clearly shows that the infamous Roe v. Wade decisionThe following paper clearly shows that the infamous Roe v. Wade decision
Law of God to which all of man's laws are subsidiary in the moral order; else, anarchy reigns! – Gary L. Morella
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Revolutions, Passions, and Modern PoliticsRevolutions, Passions, and Modern Politics
A political anthropology of transformative experiences conceives transformation as a perpetual tension between stability and crisis, when historical roots are questioned and future expectations are projected
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Ethics and The Vietnam War: The Quandary of Ethical Judgement in Historical AnalysisEthics and The Vietnam War: The Quandary of Ethical Judgement in Historical Analysis
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Holy See abortion policy grounds on which abortion is permittedHoly See abortion policy grounds on which abortion is permitted
God, he is “sacred”: “If anyone sheds the blood of man, by man shall his blood be shed; for in the image of God has man been made”
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Federalism and DemocracyFederalism and Democracy
Graham Maddox fassa is Professor of Political Science at the University of New England. The fourth edition of his Australian Democracy in Theory and Practice was published by Longman in 2000
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The eof: Latest Achievements and Developments a paper presented by Mr. Shailesh Burde in the “SteelTech” seminar in Kolkata, on 11The eof: Latest Achievements and Developments a paper presented by Mr. Shailesh Burde in the “SteelTech” seminar in Kolkata, on 11
A paper presented by Mr. Shailesh Burde in the “SteelTech” seminar in Kolkata, on 11th September 2014
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The coffee house and the ashram revisitedThe coffee house and the ashram revisited
What does Habermas’ coffee house have to do with Gandhi’s ashram? In the essay that follows we explain the question and attempt an answer
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Harvard Law School Jean Monnet ChairHarvard Law School Jean Monnet Chair
European federation which could contribute to the guarantee of peace in the continent by creating a degree of solidarity among its members. This proposal was filled with ideas that gave it strength. It is no exaggeration to call it the alpha of
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Christian Frei, running time 96minChristian Frei, running time 96min
How can they think about "exposure time" in the very moment of dread? Nachtwey is no rumbling swaggerer, but an unobtrusive man with gray hair and the deliberation of a lecturer in philosophy. 2002 Academy Award Nominee for Best
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John Stauffer and Robert S. Levine (Yale University Press, 2014)John Stauffer and Robert S. Levine (Yale University Press, 2014)
March 1842, when they, too, were freed. The rebellion was comparatively peaceful[civil], with two slaves and one crewman killed. In terms of the numbers liberated versus those killed
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This paper is a draft. Please do not cite without author’s permissionThis paper is a draft. Please do not cite without author’s permission
American prisons, and, it seems, of all American prisons, Soledad Prison, and at its center, the cell of Soledad…we could say that racism is here in its pure state, tautly alert, radiant, and ready to spring
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Freud complete Works Table of Contents Studies on hysteriaFreud complete Works Table of Contents Studies on hysteria
On the universal tendency to debasement in the sphere of love
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