Mave dissertation, Lancaster University 2001 The Role of Culture in the Perception of Nature in the United States Martin J. LeBlanc AcknowledgementsMave dissertation, Lancaster University 2001 The Role of Culture in the Perception of Nature in the United States Martin J. LeBlanc Acknowledgements
Foster, Marjeta Cevc and Phil Macnaghten provided valuable insight and constructive criticisms throughout the year that have helped my ideas evolve
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Martin Luther King Jr and Modernity By Siddhartha ShomeMartin Luther King Jr and Modernity By Siddhartha Shome
King’s views on modernity, are discussed. Finally, an attempt is made to situate King’s views within the contemporary American public conversation about modernity by comparing his views with those of Wendell Berry
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When the Bible Quotes the BibleWhen the Bible Quotes the Bible
New Testament quotes from the Old, it would always quote it in the same context and with the same meaning. That is far from true. The fact is that when the Holy Spirit quotes Old Testament passages, He is a law unto Himself
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An alternative view of the yugoslav crisisAn alternative view of the yugoslav crisis
To elicit some sense of logic out of current events, with America firmly ensconced in the role of ‘World Policeman’ and the entry of nato on to the Balkan scene, it is necessary to recall some crucial events from 1917 onwards
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Fdr and His Four FreedomsFdr and His Four Freedoms
Analyze Roosevelt's foreign policy during World War II
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Marx and natural lawMarx and natural law
This is a very rough, first draft print-out of the handwritten notes upon which my presentation was based, with some references added
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God against the Gods: Monotheism versus PolytheismGod against the Gods: Monotheism versus Polytheism
Europe. The West has changed dramatically and is now pluralistic in religious ethos. The second half of the essay describes radical Islam and its challenge to civilization
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Lifelong Learning-Rising to the ChallengeLifelong Learning-Rising to the Challenge
The biggest challenge of all must be that of determining how education can be funded to ensure quality and innovation
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Denying Climate Change Isn\Denying Climate Change Isn't Skepticism – It's 'Motivated Reasoning'
Barrages of ad hominem attacks all too often await both the scientists working in climate research and journalists who communicate the research findings
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Modern english literature: an overviewModern english literature: an overview
Causley, Samuel Beckett, Laurie Lee, Agatha Christie and John Le Carré. Connexions with socio-political factors will also be explored. The course takes the form of lectures, to which students may contribute their research
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The Invasion of Northern Territory Aboriginal Communities and its Implications for TasmaniaThe Invasion of Northern Territory Aboriginal Communities and its Implications for Tasmania
Aborigines in Tasmania. On the way through I’ll talk about all sorts of things that interest me, and that I hope will interest you too
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