Adam Smith´s Invisible handsAdam Smith´s Invisible hands
The article discusses A. Smith´s five invisible hands. Taking into consideration his philosophical background, the skeptical Scottish enlightenment
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LeGates, Richard T. and Frederic Stout, Eds. The City Reader. 3rdLeGates, Richard T. and Frederic Stout, Eds. The City Reader. 3rd
A theater of social action…social drama comes into existence through the focusing and intensification of group activity in its various and many-sided life, in its very opportunities for social disharmony and conflict
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The social ideology of the motorcarThe social ideology of the motorcar
And the essence of luxury is that it cannot be democratised. If everyone can have luxury, no one gets any advantages from it. On the contrary, everyone diddles, cheats, and frustrates everyone else, and is diddled, cheated
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Society, State and HumanitySociety, State and Humanity
Others as ‘political thinkers’ (Hobbes, Rousseau, Marx) and others as ‘sociological thinkers’ (Durkheim, Marx again), others as religious thinkers
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Ervin rozsnyaiErvin rozsnyai
About the transition period between capitalism and socialism, especially with regard to experiences of Hungary
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Language and GenderLanguage and Gender
What clues do the following sentences contain that tell us whether the speakers are men or women?
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Resignification. The politics of such a ludic theory is that it blurs the lines between the powerful and powerlessResignification. The politics of such a ludic theory is that it blurs the lines between the powerful and powerless
It is not enough for the aff to play with meaning and signification. Resignification occludes the true sources of power we need a revolutionary praxis that focuses on the overarching system of production
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The significance of work for the citizenship of disabled people. Paul abberleyThe significance of work for the citizenship of disabled people. Paul abberley
The practical implication of such a view is the advocacy of a dual strategy, of work facilitation for those who want it and can meaningfully take part in the labour process and the general valorisation of non-working lives for those
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1900 to 2008 1901 Seebohm Rowntree’s first study of poverty in York1900 to 2008 1901 Seebohm Rowntree’s first study of poverty in York
Charles Booth’s study of poverty in London, Life and Labour of the People of London
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Vocabulary c. 8,000 B. C. E. 600 C. EVocabulary c. 8,000 B. C. E. 600 C. E
Match the term to the definition. To create a better review sheet, write the term instead of the letter
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Hikita a survey of Japanese researches on Japan’s Colonialism in AsiaHikita a survey of Japanese researches on Japan’s Colonialism in Asia
International workshop 'The Economic (Dis)integration in East and Southeast Asia, 1920s-1960s'
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