Self-love in the Aristotelian EthicsSelf-love in the Aristotelian Ethics
NE. 1 This difference is easily explained if the ee came later. But if the ne were later, we would have the mysterious picture of Aristotle advocating a view he had already shown to be flawed
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Sanjeev Sabhlok has converted into plain text on 13/7/13Sanjeev Sabhlok has converted into plain text on 13/7/13
Addendum dated 27/9/13. Gandhi did not agree with violence against Muslims for cow slaughter
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Kathy Acker 1986 Public interview at the ica, LondonKathy Acker 1986 Public interview at the ica, London
OR’s note: This interview occurred when I was in London to publicize The Fall of Kelvin Walker, and tape recorded. The transcription of the recording was, like most impromptu speech, muddled, repetitive, and wrong about dates
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Age of “Isms” NationalismAge of “Isms” Nationalism
Efficient government prepared to acknowledge the value of commercial and industrial development
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Uid principles in Composition Using Principles of Universal Design in College Composition CoursesUid principles in Composition Using Principles of Universal Design in College Composition Courses
This article suggests some ways that composition teachers can adapt their teaching to individual learners while following a mandated curriculum and engaging students in common classroom activities
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Examiners: Kenneth Gouwens, University of ConnecticutExaminers: Kenneth Gouwens, University of Connecticut
Your essays ought to consider, where appropriate, whether an idea or view contained in the text is plausible. Feel free to consult the primary texts as you write up your responses
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Writing Reflection- argument Essay “Biking vs. Running”Writing Reflection- argument Essay “Biking vs. Running”
Another attribute of good writing is using examples or statements to support your claim. My essay shows this by saying, “The best kind of exercise is the kind that is the most fun
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Ohio Connection Winter 2015 2015—our first joint conventionOhio Connection Winter 2015 2015—our first joint convention
Photo caption: Banquet speaker Kathy Nimmer, Indiana’s 2015 Teacher of the Year, expressed that learning, laughter, loss and love are the essence of life
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A conversation Between Charles Taylor and Akbar GanjiA conversation Between Charles Taylor and Akbar Ganji
On April 11th and 12th, 2007 in Chicago, Illinois, an Iranian journalist, political dissident and radical democrat, Akbar Ganji, sat down with Charles Taylor, a Canadian philosopher and former politician
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The routledge companion to translation studiesThe routledge companion to translation studies
This first chapter serves both as an introduction to the volume as a whole and as a discussion of how the field itself has evolved, especially since the middle of the twentieth century
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New Seats Turn in Notebooks Test Bellwork Introduction to Unit 3New Seats Turn in Notebooks Test Bellwork Introduction to Unit 3
In what ways were the American Revolution and French Revolution similar? In what ways were they different?
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Presentism vs. Contextualisation: the Enlightenment in Bohemia and the dilemma of modern intellectual historyPresentism vs. Contextualisation: the Enlightenment in Bohemia and the dilemma of modern intellectual history
Ivo Cerman, Rita Krueger and Susan Reynolds (eds.). The Enlightenment in Bohemia: religion, morality and multiculturalism (=svec, 07/2011). Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2011. Pp XII, 339. Issn 0435-2866
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Unit 1 Why should language teachers be language learners?Unit 1 Why should language teachers be language learners?
You live a life for every new language you speak. If you know only one language, you only live once
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Maimonides and friendshipMaimonides and friendship
Both Aristotle and Maimonides thus treat human sociality as an important object of philosophical reflection, though both men also leave readers puzzled about the precise relationship between sociality and the contemplative ideal
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Social and political philosophySocial and political philosophy
What is society? What is the basis of social order? What kind of society is best? What is the relation between the political community and other forms of human association, such as markets, contracts, families
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