Draft-Please do not cite without permission. Comments welcomeDraft-Please do not cite without permission. Comments welcome
In response to this, part of my project is to see if there is a need to account for such factors by significantly recasting jus ad bellum
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Gert-Jan Hospers and Roy van DalmGert-Jan Hospers and Roy van Dalm
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Chapter 2: Republic and EmpireChapter 2: Republic and Empire
American principles. An imperial relationship with other countries, whether intended or not, poses a challenge to the American founding. This is an issue that is already important, but will gain in importance in the next decade
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Farmland access ethics, land reform, and food ethicsFarmland access ethics, land reform, and food ethics
Michael Lipton (Sussex Univ.) & Yashar Saghai (Johns Hopkins Berman Inst. Bioethics) 9/9/2014
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Books in englishBooks in english
Towards an Historiography of Science, History and Theory, Beiheft 2, 1963. VIII + viii+117 pp; facsimile reprint, Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 1967. Reprinted with corrections in ja, Science and Its History
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New Civilizations in the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, 2200–250 b c. eNew Civilizations in the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, 2200–250 b c. e
China is divided into two major geographical regions: the steppe, desert, and high plateau west and northwest; and the eastern zone, more suitable for settled agriculture
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Five Moral Philosophies on Economic Growth: Fundamental Perspectives on AssessingIts Benefits and CostsFive Moral Philosophies on Economic Growth: Fundamental Perspectives on AssessingIts Benefits and Costs
Prepared for presentation at a panel on “The Case for Economic Growth: Where Does the Modern Debate Stand?”at the Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Science Associations, San Diego, California, January 4-6, 2013
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Berkeley : University of California Press, 1997. ― 185 ― Sabine HakeBerkeley : University of California Press, 1997. ― 185 ― Sabine Hake
Taken from: Women in the metropolis [electronic resource] : gender and modernity in Weimar culture / edited by Katharina von Ankum. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1997
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Reflections on ViolenceReflections on Violence
If you are primarily interested in the historical work, I recommend reading only pp. 2-25, 44-51. If you are interested in a reading of George Sorel’s Reflections on Violence, then just the introduction and middle section will be of
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Chapter 2 New Civilizations in the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, 2200–250 b c. eChapter 2 New Civilizations in the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, 2200–250 b c. e
Describe the response of the peoples of early China, Nubia, Celtic Europe, and Central America to the challenges of their environments
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The high middle agesThe high middle ages
A second strategy is to focus on the feudal monarchies, using a Comparison/Contrast approach to point out their similarities and differences
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Above and below left-right: Ideological narratives and moral foundationsAbove and below left-right: Ideological narratives and moral foundations
Invited submission to Psychological Inquiry, special issue on political ideology, L. Martin, Ed
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