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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Sofya Aptekar University of Massachusetts BostonSofya Aptekar University of Massachusetts Boston
Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity
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Review of Sartre’s Nausea Though a work of fiction, Albert Camus’s The StrangerReview of Sartre’s Nausea Though a work of fiction, Albert Camus’s The Stranger
A novel is [only] a philosophy put into images…”
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The sanskrit root for the word Veda can be interpreted in various ways, but its deepest meaning is \"knowledge\"The sanskrit root for the word Veda can be interpreted in various ways, but its deepest meaning is "knowledge"
Traditionally, the entire work of compiling the unique and original Veda is attributed to the great sage Veda-Vyasa and to his school of thought. For Indologists the dating of Vedic(1) literature remains, to this day
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Foundation study 2: influence of religion in australian society from 1901 to the presentFoundation study 2: influence of religion in australian society from 1901 to the present
You will learn about the responses by some religious traditions to social change and initiatives in community development from 1901 to the present, through their role in wars
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A decade after Economic Justice for All: Continuing Principles, Changing Context, New Challenges National Conference of Catholic Bishops, 1995A decade after Economic Justice for All: Continuing Principles, Changing Context, New Challenges National Conference of Catholic Bishops, 1995
This letter calls us to conversion and common action, to new forms of stewardship, service, and citizenship. The completion of a letter such as this is but the beginning of a long process of education, discussion, and action
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Jill godmilow, in conversation with ann-louise shapiroJill godmilow, in conversation with ann-louise shapiro
In the following interview conducted during the winter of 1997, historian Ann-Louise Shapiro raises questions about genre, the relationship of form to content and meaning, with documentary filmmaker Jill Godmilow
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Ethics in advertisingEthics in advertising
The importance of advertising is “steadily on the increase in modern society.”1 That observation, made by this Pontifical Council a quarter century ago as part of an overview of the state of communications, is even more true now
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The State as a Moral InstitutionThe State as a Moral Institution
Akanmidu, R. A. “The State as a Moral Institution”, in Michael Toper(ed) et al. Law, Justice and the State II. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 1995 pp. 25-33
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Mahatma Gandhi, the Missing Laureate by Øyvind Tønnesson Nobelprize org Peace Editor, 1998-2000Mahatma Gandhi, the Missing Laureate by Øyvind Tønnesson Nobelprize org Peace Editor, 1998-2000
Gandhi (1869-1948) has become the strongest symbol of non-violence in the 20th century. It is widely held – in retrospect – that the Indian national leader should have been the very man to be selected for the Nobel Peace Prize
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To Have and To Hold: Marriage in Pre-Modern Europe, 1200-1700 AbstractsTo Have and To Hold: Marriage in Pre-Modern Europe, 1200-1700 Abstracts
Marriage, cross-dressing and sexual identity in 17th-18th Century Roman Inquisition Trials”
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Guest Editorial Gender and Family Business: New Theoretical Directions Abstract PurposeGuest Editorial Gender and Family Business: New Theoretical Directions Abstract Purpose
This approach will complement the agency and rbv theoretical bases that dominate family business research (Chrisman et al., 2009), and further contribute to extending gender theories
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