Mave dissertation, Lancaster University 1995 Being and Everythingness? Aspects of Freedom and Identity in the Thought of Sartre and Others, with Reference to \Mave dissertation, Lancaster University 1995 Being and Everythingness? Aspects of Freedom and Identity in the Thought of Sartre and Others, with Reference to 'Environmental Ethics'. Nick Hunt ma values and the Environment: Dissertation
Aspects of Freedom and Identity in the Thought of Sartre and Others, with Reference to 'Environmental Ethics'
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For some people the existence of evil in the world is the single most persuasive argument against the presence of an all-loving God. Many look at the suffering caused by nature and humankind and ask, ‘Where is God in all of this?’
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The Problem of Evil1The Problem of Evil1
To provide such an explanation is to provide what is called a ‘theodicy’. In this paper I shall offer my theodicy, a theodicy – as I shall illustrate – based on the teachings of Christ and their development in the Orthodox tradition
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The Jean Monnet ProgramThe Jean Monnet Program
European Law of Religion – organizational and institutional analysis of national systems and their implications for the future European Integration Process
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Conscious of our responsibilities and of our rights before history and before humanity
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Theological Articles of Fr. George FlorovskyTheological Articles of Fr. George Florovsky
God’s eternal will is accomplished, “the mystery from eternity hidden and to angels unknown.” The days of expectation are over. The Promised and the Expected has come. And from henceforth, to use the phrase of St
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Competing language ideological perspectives on societal multilingualism among cross-border workers in Luxembourg AbstractCompeting language ideological perspectives on societal multilingualism among cross-border workers in Luxembourg Abstract
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Guide to DebatingGuide to Debating
It also serves as supplementary material for the resource package on Learning English through Debating published by the English Language Education Section
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Internationalisation of Higher Education: The role of University Organizations in Latin AmericaInternationalisation of Higher Education: The role of University Organizations in Latin America
Statements on the goals and future of higher education in Latin America, the tenet that higher education is a social asset receives recurring mention and emphasis
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The First State Constitutions, 1776–1783The First State Constitutions, 1776–1783
Franklin, Gouverneur Morris, and others—would later meet together in Philadelphia to draft the Constitution of the United States
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Fichte: From Nature to Freedom ( System of Ethics §§ 9-13:)Fichte: From Nature to Freedom ( System of Ethics §§ 9-13:)
The formal character of moral volition will be further explored in the first section of the Third Chapter, while the material of this volition is to be determined in the second and third sections
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The Cold War, 1945-1990 2-5 cha Super-powersThe Cold War, 1945-1990 2-5 cha Super-powers
World War II, Europe was in ruins. The two victorious nations stood above the others and were seen as superpowers: the Soviet Union and the United States. The superpowers represented opposing forms of government and competing ideas for the
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Into the reasons for his final position TheInto the reasons for his final position The
But what warrants its accustomed place in the front rank of renaissance satire is the brilliance of its technique, the sharpness of its aim, the daring of its assertions and, not least, the insight it gives into the mind of its author
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Nuremberg in retrospect byNuremberg in retrospect by
The Nuremberg trial of the major Nazi war criminals was an attempt to answer in terms of the law the most serious challenge that faces modern civilization – war and international lawlessness
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