Women in romeWomen in rome
Rome was very much a male dominated society; so much so that in the Roman Republic a man could legally kill his wife or daughter if they questioned his authority
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Alexander the False ProphetAlexander the False Prophet
Augean stable, if not wholly, yet to the extent of my ability, fetching out some few basketsful, so that from them you may judge how great, how inexpressible
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Working with the working womanWorking with the working woman
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How to Critically Analyse Psychological ResearchHow to Critically Analyse Psychological Research
What are its strengths and weaknesses? An excellent resource for thinking about theory construction is the Special Issue on “Theory construction in social personality psychology
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From the Origins of Agriculture to the First River-Valley Civilizations, 8000–1500 b c. eFrom the Origins of Agriculture to the First River-Valley Civilizations, 8000–1500 b c. e
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Mary Oey New York UniversityMary Oey New York University
Paper presented at the Association of North American Graduate Programs in Conservation (anagpic) 2006 Conference
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Something else forthcoming in Common Knowledge, Vol. 13, no. 2 The Resolute Irresolution of Clifford GeertzSomething else forthcoming in Common Knowledge, Vol. 13, no. 2 The Resolute Irresolution of Clifford Geertz
Clifford Geertz, arguably the best-known and most influential American anthropologist of the past several decades, died of a broken heart on October 30, 2006, at the age of eighty—the result of “complications” following heart surgery
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Moral Luck and Moral CharacterMoral Luck and Moral Character
I don’t know”—looking quite serious—“how I shall ever find out whether I am really a nice child or a horrid one. Perhaps I’m a hideous child, and no one will ever know, just because I never have any trials.”
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Political Philosophy of Science in Nineteenth-Century France: From Comte’s Positivism to Renouvier’s ConventionalismPolitical Philosophy of Science in Nineteenth-Century France: From Comte’s Positivism to Renouvier’s Conventionalism
But political philosophy of science suggests something different: a concern with power relationships, the structure of government
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The Challenge of UtopiaThe Challenge of Utopia
In order to sift through the maze of utopian thought, I would personally divide utopia into two main camps according to function and another two camps according to strategy
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Maria Dieter Professor Darby DyarMaria Dieter Professor Darby Dyar
It may become its own nation-state, with its own laws and political principles to guide it. However, by learning from the course of human civilization and its colonies, we can establish our own successful Mars colony
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