The Return of Abstract Universalism. A critique of David Graeber’s Concept of Society and CommunismThe Return of Abstract Universalism. A critique of David Graeber’s Concept of Society and Communism
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Impartiality: kant and millImpartiality: kant and mill
And second, that the range of these principles, the set of objects they concern, is human, or rational, or sentient beings. On this view the fundamental principles of practical reason mandate some form of impartiality as between the beings in
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History of Chinese religions (Daoism, Buddhism, Confucianism, and popular religion); methods and history of the cross-cultural study of religion and culture; religion, culture, and thought in late classical and early medieval China
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Young Children’s Human Rights: a sociological analysis Priscilla Alderson, AbstractYoung Children’s Human Rights: a sociological analysis Priscilla Alderson, Abstract
The youngest children’s rights illuminate meanings in all human rights, which depend less on the rational person approach than on recognising human nature, vulnerability and solidarity interacting with social structures
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God and Philosophy: a series of 10 discussions about the question of god. Text: God and Philosophy, by Anthony Flew, Prometheus Books, 2005God and Philosophy: a series of 10 discussions about the question of god. Text: God and Philosophy, by Anthony Flew, Prometheus Books, 2005
Socrates’ question of how I should live my life. This last attitude is a peculiarly modern one that is common in contemporary culture. Yet practically no one prior to the last century would have considered that one’s answer to the god question has
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The institution of the family is in transitionThe institution of the family is in transition
Social forces are ending the cultural domination of the traditional nuclear family
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Human Rights Watch World Report 2001Human Rights Watch World Report 2001
This report reviews human rights practices in seventy countries and describes events from November 1999 through October 2000
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Editor’s Introduction: Civilization (Critical Concepts in Political Science)Editor’s Introduction: Civilization (Critical Concepts in Political Science)
In making his observation, Clark did not mean to suggest ‘that the history of civilization is the history of art’. 1 The point he was seeking to make was that civilization was visible, audible
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The Compromise of 1850The Compromise of 1850
Early on the evening of January 21, 1850, Senator Henry Clay of Kentucky trudged through the Washington, D. C. snow to visit Senator Daniel Webster of Massachusetts. Clay, 73 years old, was a sick man, wracked by a severe cough
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Government Structure, Marriage and the Constitution: What all Americans Should UnderstandGovernment Structure, Marriage and the Constitution: What all Americans Should Understand
Supreme Court in Lawrence v. Texas and the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in Goodridge v. Department of Public Health. Gay rights proponents, of course, oppose amending the Constitution to protect marriage
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Ancient Rome Encore Learning 303-Fall 2013 Instructor: Tom Wukitsch Classical Rome: Archeology, Ancient History, and Classics Unit 1: Approaching the Subject Chotomies and furcationsAncient Rome Encore Learning 303-Fall 2013 Instructor: Tom Wukitsch Classical Rome: Archeology, Ancient History, and Classics Unit 1: Approaching the Subject Chotomies and furcations
Tiber River flood plain. The Forum is in the low land between the Capitoline and Esquiline Hills. The Colosseum is in the lowland bulge between the Esquiline and Caelian Hills. The Circus Maximus is betweeen the Palatine and Aventine Hills
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L. J. 699 Length: 29822 words article: Legalism and Decisionism in Crisis nameL. J. 699 Length: 29822 words article: Legalism and Decisionism in Crisis name
Associates and Fellows Workshop at Columbia Law School, the Pace Law School Faculty Workshop, the Junior Faculty Workshop at Northeast Law and Society, and the Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association
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Truth, language, and reality: an essay on Donald Davidson’s philosophy of truthTruth, language, and reality: an essay on Donald Davidson’s philosophy of truth
It does not conceive the diversity of philosophical systems as the progressive evolution of truth; rather, it sees only contradiction in that variety. The bud disappears when the blossom breaks through
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Towards an Historiography of Science, History and Theory, Beiheft 2, 1963. VIII + viii+117 pp; facsimile reprint, Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 1967. Reprinted with corrections in ja, Science and Its History
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Not for quotation or citation without the author’s written permission Roots (or Rhizomes?) of ‘Rootedness’ Notes towards an intellectual history of the palingenetic right’s revolt against the disembedding processes of Western modernityNot for quotation or citation without the author’s written permission Roots (or Rhizomes?) of ‘Rootedness’ Notes towards an intellectual history of the palingenetic right’s revolt against the disembedding processes of Western modernity
Notes towards an intellectual history of the palingenetic right’s revolt against the disembedding processes of Western modernity
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