The vigilant state: the politics of intelligence and secrecy po382The vigilant state: the politics of intelligence and secrecy po382
The title of this module draws its inspiration from Bernard Porter, The Origins of the Vigilant State: The London Metropolitan Police Special Branch before the First World War (1991)
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Publications for Paul Giles 2016Publications for Paul Giles 2016
Giles, P. (2016). Antipodean America: Australasia and the Constitution of U. S. Literature [paperback]. New York: Oxford University Press
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Department of Philosophy, University of ChicagoDepartment of Philosophy, University of Chicago
Mary R. Morton Professor in the College and the Philosophy Department, 2011- present
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Semantics and Philosophy in Europe 4, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, 30 September 2011 Representing De Se BeliefsSemantics and Philosophy in Europe 4, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, 30 September 2011 Representing De Se Beliefs
With each trip around the counter, the trail became thicker. But I seemed unable to catch up. Finally it dawned on me I was the shopper I was trying to catch.’
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Publications for Tony Aspromourgos 2016Publications for Tony Aspromourgos 2016
Aspromourgos, A. (2016). Adam Smith (1723-1790). In G. Faccarello and H. D. Kurz
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Department of History and PoliticsDepartment of History and Politics
French Revolution (1789) to the demise of Fascism in Europe by the close of World War Two in 1945. At Ma level students are particularly encouraged to engage with conceptual and theoretical themes related to modern European nationalism
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Pos 6207 Mr. Craig Political Behavior Office: 209 Anderson HallPos 6207 Mr. Craig Political Behavior Office: 209 Anderson Hall
Robert S. Erikson and Kent L. Tedin, American Public Opinion: Its Origins, Content, and Impact, 8th ed
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The Philosophy of ArtThe Philosophy of Art
The topics to be covered include: judgements of taste; the definition of art; aesthetic experience; aesthetic concepts and properties; aesthetic empiricism; forgery; intention and interpretation; the cognitive value of art; and ethical
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313a humanities Building University of Louisville, ky 40292313a humanities Building University of Louisville, ky 40292
Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Louisville
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The Infinite (London: Routledge) in the seriesThe Infinite (London: Routledge) in the series
A japanese translation by Tamon Ishimura, under the title Mugen, Sono Tetsugaku to Sugaku, was published in 1996
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Importance of Polymathic Thinking and Its Role in Music Teaching and LearningImportance of Polymathic Thinking and Its Role in Music Teaching and Learning
This is a presentation about the importance of deep and sustained multidisciplinary thinking—thinking that is born out of a commitment to understand the important conceptual issues of multiple disciplines in service to solving problems or advancing
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Jason BrennanJason Brennan
Research interests: commodification, voting ethics, political liberty, democratic theory, civic virtue, commerce and ethics, the intersection of politics, philosophy and economics, political economy, duties of competence and good faith
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Harvard kennedy school of governmentHarvard kennedy school of government
It teaches students how to engage in strategic ethics in the course of practicing public service and creating public value throughout their careers. Dpi-201 is a mandatory requirement for all students seeking a Master’s Degree in Public
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Political Economy of Development School of International and Public AffairsPolitical Economy of Development School of International and Public Affairs
Prerequisites: None, but since this is de facto a class full of second-year epd students, I’m going to assume you’re familiar with basic theories of economic development as covered in the epd core economic development class
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The Philosophy of ArtThe Philosophy of Art
The topics to be covered include: judgements of taste; the definition of art; aesthetic experience; aesthetic concepts and properties; aesthetic empiricism; forgery; intention and interpretation; the cognitive value of art; and ethical
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