The protean face of justice (from plato to amartya sen) Dharmendra Kumar MishraThe protean face of justice (from plato to amartya sen) Dharmendra Kumar Mishra
Though, the concept is too wide and conceived with several diverse notions of right, morality, welfare and happiness, it is not possible to confine the term ‘Justice’ within the boundary of a set definition
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And [Jesus] asked him, What is thy name? And he answered, saying, My name is Legion: for we are manyAnd [Jesus] asked him, What is thy name? And he answered, saying, My name is Legion: for we are many
A focus on the concept and practices of sovereignty helps to clarify this discussion
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Daily lecture and discussion notes 4-1 The Early GreeksDaily lecture and discussion notes 4-1 The Early Greeks
In early Greece, roads were bumpy dirt trails and of little use to travelers. Because of this, ships became very important. To be near ships, most Greek communities settled within 60 miles of the sea
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Section 3 Feudalism: Establishing OrderSection 3 Feudalism: Establishing Order
By the High Middle Ages (about 1000 C. E.), Europeans had developed the system of feudalism. Feudalism provided people with protection and safety by establishing a stable social order
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Russian space and russian state course InstructorRussian space and russian state course Instructor
The subject matter of the course is Russian space. The course deals with its structure, topology, history, modes of appropriation and governance
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Flatland Edwin AbbottFlatland Edwin Abbott
Can you imagine what it would be like to live in a flat (2-dimensional) world? How would you pass someone on the street? This Victorian classic certainly makes you think in a way you will never have thought before!
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Western europe during the middle agesWestern europe during the middle ages
The fall of the Roman Empire in 476 C. E. marks the beginning of the period in Europe known as the Middle Ages. In this chapter, you will learn about a political and economic system that developed during the Middle Ages
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Checks and balancesChecks and balances
So famous is the political theory of checks and balances, so well known to Americans, that he is a bold man who tries to say new things about it.” Stanley Pargellis (1938)2
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Background: Genesis of Zerowork #1 The Analysis Paths to Zerowork Theoretico-political Roots Workers’ Autonomy in the Sphere of Production From the Johnson-Forest Tendency to Facing Reality and Beyond Socialisme ou Barbarie ItalianBackground: Genesis of Zerowork #1 The Analysis Paths to Zerowork Theoretico-political Roots Workers’ Autonomy in the Sphere of Production From the Johnson-Forest Tendency to Facing Reality and Beyond Socialisme ou Barbarie Italian
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Killing Colonialism’s Ghosts in McOndo : Mayra Santos Febres and Giannina BraschiKilling Colonialism’s Ghosts in McOndo : Mayra Santos Febres and Giannina Braschi
España ya no es la madre patria” (19). At the dawn of the 21st century, the old constructs of modernity seem to have disappeared along with all of the problems and inequities in the new, exuberant age of globalization
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Chapter 15 The Renaissance and Reformation Chapter PreviewChapter 15 The Renaissance and Reformation Chapter Preview
This chapter will explore the sweeping cultural changes in Europe known as the Renaissance and the Reformation
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Introducing: showa, X day and beyond by Paul P. ClarkIntroducing: showa, X day and beyond by Paul P. Clark
Anniversary of the Hayama Men’s Missionary Seminar. Our theme is timely and of concern to us each: “Showa, X day and Beyond: Relating the Christian Mission to the Changing Times in Japan
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Modern Themes from Ancient GreatnessModern Themes from Ancient Greatness
These difficulties make even the most careful study of history severely skewed and does not even take into account the historian’s unintentional bias, which creates further problems
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His modifications of Draco's Code actually became the basis of the long-lasting Athenian law and his opening of the land-holder assembly was the basis of democracy as it evolved
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