The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. DickThe Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick
The version of the I ching or Book of Changes used and quoted in this novel is the Richard Wilhelm translation rendered into English by Cary F. Baynes, published by Pantheon Books, Bollingen Series XIX, 1950, by the Bollingen Foundation
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The Double Bind Paradox: Why Women Cannot Have It All By Tamara Hammond Theme: Gender InequalityThe Double Bind Paradox: Why Women Cannot Have It All By Tamara Hammond Theme: Gender Inequality
Sociologist Dr. Martha Beck rises a very interesting point in her research: the phenomenon of gender inequality as inherently becoming more unsolvable with every right women gain, because of the paradoxical demands of our culture on women
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J. Rancière: From the actuality of communism to its inactualityJ. Rancière: From the actuality of communism to its inactuality
I shall start from the ambiguity of the theme of our forum. What does this mean : the actuality of communism ?
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Harvard Law School Jean Monnet ChairHarvard Law School Jean Monnet Chair
The major reason behind Joschka Fischer’s argument for deepening European integration is the forthcoming eastward enlargement of the European Union. As he puts it
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To the person who believes itTo the person who believes it
What you believe is true for you, what I believe is true for me. We can call the view expressed in such statements ‘relativism’ because it denies that there is any such thing as “absolute” truth
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Forthcoming in Companion to Moral Anthropology (Didier Fassin, Ed.) Relativism and UniversalismForthcoming in Companion to Moral Anthropology (Didier Fassin, Ed.) Relativism and Universalism
Writing more or less in this vein the anthropologist Ruth Benedict once defined morality as “a convenient term for socially approved habits” (1934)
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Manifest Destiny PeriodManifest Destiny Period
Manifest Destiny to overspread the continent allotted by Providence for the free development of our yearly multiplying millions. One of the most influential slogans ever coined
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The computational perspective: a talk with daniel cThe computational perspective: a talk with daniel c
And it's only really with the ideas of computation that we now have some clear and manageable ideas about what could possibly be going on. We don't have the right story yet, but we've got some good ideas
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Modern surveillance reform is smoke and mirrors the state of exception will continue to operate indefinitelyModern surveillance reform is smoke and mirrors the state of exception will continue to operate indefinitely
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Weber ht ndt 7 vs uco vy 1ACWeber ht ndt 7 vs uco vy 1AC
Spanos 2k (William V, Professor of English at Binghamton University, America’s Shadow, p. 10-13)
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Benchmark Practice Questions The Industrial Revolution began inBenchmark Practice Questions The Industrial Revolution began in
The Industrial Revolution began in: A. France B. Germany C. England D. United States
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1. The Nature of Government1. The Nature of Government
Is government to be feared or loved? Thomas Hobbes set out to discover that in his book Leviathan, which spawned this famous title page that depicts government as a giant towering over the land. Is the king protecting or threatening his
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Disabled CountryDisabled Country
The literature reviewed will primarily be qualitative research that has been conducted to explore identity issues within the disability experience
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Rightly Dividing the Sexes Men, Women, Authority and the BibleRightly Dividing the Sexes Men, Women, Authority and the Bible
In truth, for many of us, the unease with the traditional position has nothing to do with being swayed by modern liberation movements, but is a response to the weaknesses within the traditional position itself
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Rethinking the American DreamRethinking the American Dream
Exploring the way our aspirations have changed—the rugged individualism of the Wild West, the social compact of F. D. R., the sitcom fantasy of 50s suburbia—the author shows how the American Dream came to mean fame and fortune
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