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Hume and Kant disagree about the motives involved in the
performance of our duties to others. Hume thinks that natural virtues such as
benevolence are best performed from “natural” motives, but that there are no
natural motives for the performance of the “artificial” virtues, such as justice
The paper is in four sections to put the case that discourses of
youth in the 21st century context of neoliberal, consumer, capitalist societies,
need to move beyond earlier understandings based on psychological and
cultural/subcultural studies to harness Foucault’s notion of governmentality....
Does human enhancement threaten our dignity as some
prominent commentators have asserted? Or could our dignity perhaps be
technologically enhanced? After disentangling several different concepts of
dignity, this essay focuses on the idea of dignity as a quality, a kind of
excellence admitting of...
Tewksbury et al. write that newsgathering has typically been
seen as a purposeful, directed activity. Downie and Schudson state that news
media Web sites feature their own staff blogs and numerous opportunities
for reader involvement. Pavlik reasons that every reporter should integrate
Bently explains how copyright law came to privilege some
types of authorship. Mertens evaluates the Russian piracy problem in
general, focusing on the legality of its new online music market. O’Brien
and Fitzgerald explore the legality of engaging in the practices of mashing
and remix of...
Gandjour contends that Sen’s capability approach has been
widely discussed as a theoretical basis for making resource allocation decisions
in health care. Benicourt shows that Sen’s presentation of utilitarianism
is misleading. Clark maintains that Sen’s capability approach has
emerged as the...
Promey maintains that the process of self-scrutiny involved a
fundamental activity of matching aspects of the individual life to an internalized
visual and verbal glossary of biblical types and emblems. Maffly-
Kipp compiles Protestant representations of Chinese religious practice in
Macmillan says that a strong relationship exists between age
and risk of violent victimization. Ward and Marsh point out that sexual
violence does not necessarily end with the cessation of armed conflict.
Sarkar evaluates and elucidates the impact of intimate partner violence (IPV)
Hobby claims that philosophy and music inspired many of
Mann’s creations: his works include harmonically rich and chromatically
ambiguous music. Hoeckner maintains that Novalis contemplates music’s
relationship both to language and to the moment: music is a universal
language that animates the...
According to Pavlik, there are three principles one should
follow in introducing new technology in the newsroom: (i) include newsroom
staff in the process of identifying the appropriate technology; (ii)
provide extensive training on the new technology before expecting staff to
use it, especially...
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