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Our most powerful 21st-century technologies robotics, genetic engineering, and nanotech are threatening to make humans an endangered species
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Richard Stimson's long-time interest in economics began with his B. A. studies at Yale, which included as many courses in economics as in his major subject
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Revised: 22 August 2005 Economics 303Y1 the economic history of modern europe to 1914Revised: 22 August 2005 Economics 303Y1 the economic history of modern europe to 1914
Engaging in comparative history, we shall then seek to determine the extent to which industrialization in the major continental countries France, Germany, and Russia followed, was influenced by, and/or differed from this British model
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6 Social research in the context of feminist psychology [pp. 89-103] Ann Phoenix6 Social research in the context of feminist psychology [pp. 89-103] Ann Phoenix
It is argued that method should not be seen as the defining feature of psychology and that research conducted by feminists has much to contribute to the discipline of psychology. The chapter makes particular reference to a study of motherhood in 16
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Aff Reconceptualizing Race GoodAff Reconceptualizing Race Good
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Introduction to logic phl 201 mwf 0930-1020 (Fall 2007)Introduction to logic phl 201 mwf 0930-1020 (Fall 2007)
We will study categorical logic, the Square of Opposition, Venn diagrams, truth tables, truth-functional (a k a propositional) logic, formal deductions, and linguistic ambiguity
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Integrity of Science in the 21st CenturyIntegrity of Science in the 21st Century
This university launched the largest fundraising campaign in the history of higher education in Indiana in the fall of 2002 that is designed to increase student scholarships and fellowships, attract and retain the best faculty
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As can be seen under the title \"So What?\" atAs can be seen under the title "So What?" at
The Electric Universe Model fit The Geocentricity Model of the Bible like a glove. Notice
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The relevance of liberalism arises precisely in those historical situations where the rights of men are suppressed or in countries that live under the menacing threat of tyranny in one form or another
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Aok- questions MathematicsAok- questions Mathematics
Some mathematicians argue that their subject is a language, that it is, in some sense, universal or that there is great beauty to be found in it. What is clear, in any case
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Technology and WarfareTechnology and Warfare
Although the development and integration of technology into military forces and strategy is often depicted as a simple matter, the role of technology in war is controversial”
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But political philosophy of science suggests something different: a concern with power relationships, the structure of government
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