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Betsey BaptisteBetsey Baptiste
These whites created laws to control and hinder virtually every action of the blacks. Despite the constant hardships she faced, Betsey lived fifty-one years in Savannah as a free black. She never married or had children
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The dyna-soar x-20: a historical overview by Terry SmithThe dyna-soar x-20: a historical overview by Terry Smith
Bredt on their concept of an "antipodal bomber" that would have spanned intercon- tinental distances to drop bombs on U. S. targets was of great interest to the military planners of the postwar U. S. His "Silver Bird," as Dr
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Epistemethics: ignorance, judgment, and virtueEpistemethics: ignorance, judgment, and virtue
University of California, Berkeley – School of Law/Jurisprudence & Social Policy Program
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Signifyin(g) and Unreliable Narration: Continuing the Conversation Between African-American Literary Theory And Narrative Theory IntroductionSignifyin(g) and Unreliable Narration: Continuing the Conversation Between African-American Literary Theory And Narrative Theory Introduction
Do not cite or circulate outside the 2009 Berkeley-Stanford English Graduate Conference
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[Forthcoming in American Philosophical Quarterly, January 2007][Forthcoming in American Philosophical Quarterly, January 2007]
Likewise, someone who resists temptation and does what she sincerely thinks morally right, even if she is mistaken, nevertheless still gets some ‘moral credit’, perhaps even gets to some extent excused from blame for her wrong action
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You can download the workbook and work through it on your screen or with your screen reader
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The Needs of the Many…The Needs of the Many…
I will discuss Star Trek II: the Wrath of Khan with philosophy by committee of Aristotle, Immanuel Kant, and John Stuart Mill. I will look closely at the ethics of the characters of Kirk, Khan, and Spock
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