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The Difficulties Of A Hartmanesque Value Calculus, Ted Richards 2009 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

The Difficulties Of A Hartmanesque Value Calculus, Ted Richards

Ted Richards

No abstract provided.


The Cardinal, Kent Craig 2009 Western Michigan University

The Cardinal, Kent Craig

Kent Craig

The Cardinal is an original work composed by Kent Craig. Performed by Mambo Blue live at the Restaurant Magnus.


Respecting The Disabled By Honoring Their Self-Respect, Adam Cureton 2009 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Respecting The Disabled By Honoring Their Self-Respect, Adam Cureton

Adam Cureton

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Writing In Two Tongues, Wang Ping 2009 Macalester College

Writing In Two Tongues, Wang Ping

Wang Ping

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Indianizing Hollywood: The Debate Over Bollywood's Copyright Infringement, Hariqbal Basi 2009 University of California - Los Angeles

Indianizing Hollywood: The Debate Over Bollywood's Copyright Infringement, Hariqbal Basi

Hariqbal Basi

For decades, the mainstream Indian film industry, known as Bollywood, has remade copyrighted Hollywood films for the Indian audience without legal repercussions. This practice has gone unnoticed by Hollywood until recently, and accusations have since been brought against Indian filmmakers for copyright infringement. This note provides an in depth analysis of why these potentially infringing films have only become the subject of litigation over the last two years, cultural arguments advanced by Indian filmmakers for why their remakes should constitute original, and not infringing, works, and what the effects of litigation have been. As the two industries become increasingly intertwined ...


Common As Air: Revolution, Art, And Ownership, Lewis Hyde 2009 Kenyon College

Common As Air: Revolution, Art, And Ownership, Lewis Hyde

Lewis Hyde

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What Nature Does Not Teach: Didactic Literature In The Medieval And Early-Modern Periods, Ed. Juanita Feros Ruys, J. A. T. Smith 2009 Pepperdine University

What Nature Does Not Teach: Didactic Literature In The Medieval And Early-Modern Periods, Ed. Juanita Feros Ruys, J. A. T. Smith

J. A. T. Smith

A review of "What Nature Does Not Teach: Didactic Literature in the Medieval and Early-Modern Periods," ed. Juanita Feros Ruys.


Architectural Identities: Domesticity, Literature And The Victorian Middle Classes, Andrea Kaston Tange 2009 Macalester College

Architectural Identities: Domesticity, Literature And The Victorian Middle Classes, Andrea Kaston Tange

Andrea Kaston Tange

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The Theory Gap, Michael Drexler, Ed White 2009 Bucknell University

The Theory Gap, Michael Drexler, Ed White

Michael J Drexler

No abstract provided.


“Charlton Hinman” And “American Printing History Association”, Barbara Fitzpatrick 2009 University of New Orleans

“Charlton Hinman” And “American Printing History Association”, Barbara Fitzpatrick

Barbara L. Fitzpatrick

No abstract provided.


Unearthing Promise And Potential: Our Nation’S Historically Black Colleges And Universities, Marybeth Gasman, Valerie Lundy Wagner, Tafaya Ransom, Nelson Bowman 2009 University of Pennsylvania

Unearthing Promise And Potential: Our Nation’S Historically Black Colleges And Universities, Marybeth Gasman, Valerie Lundy Wagner, Tafaya Ransom, Nelson Bowman

Marybeth Gasman

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Palm Sunday, Elizabeth Teviotdale 2009 Western Michigan University

Palm Sunday, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

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Incidental Causation, Spontaneous Generation, And Homonymous Predication In Aristotle’S Physics Ii And Other Texts, David Depew 2009 University of Iowa

Incidental Causation, Spontaneous Generation, And Homonymous Predication In Aristotle’S Physics Ii And Other Texts, David Depew

David J Depew

How did Aristotle, the founder of scientific biology, define life? In this volume, which collects the contributions to a conference held in 2006, philologists, philosophers and biologists approach this question. They study how Aristotle's concept of the soul relates to his perception of life; how he evaluates the different criteria that, according to him, constitute life; how he uses those criteria to define different organic structures; whether there exists a unified definition of life in Aristotle's philosophy; aspects of procreation and ontogenesis; the relationship between individuals and species; the reception of Aristotle's theories. German text.


Philosophy And Death: Introductory Readings, Samantha Brennan, Robert Stainton 2009 University of Western Ontario

Philosophy And Death: Introductory Readings, Samantha Brennan, Robert Stainton

Samantha Brennan

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Biblioblogging Our Matrix: Exploring The Potential And Perplexities Of Academic Blogging, James McGrath 2009 Butler University

Biblioblogging Our Matrix: Exploring The Potential And Perplexities Of Academic Blogging, James Mcgrath

James F. McGrath

The phenomenon of "biblioblogging" has not only brought Biblical studies into close contact with popular new media and modes of communication, but also regularly brings the public and private, the peer-reviewed and the popular, into close proximity with one another. This article explores some of the reasons why an increasing number of academics in Biblical studies blog, as well as some of the ways in which blogging can serve the needs of the academy


From Hōshi To Borantia: Transformations Of Volunteering In Japan And Implications For Foreign Policy, Nichole Georgeou 2009 Wollongong University

From Hōshi To Borantia: Transformations Of Volunteering In Japan And Implications For Foreign Policy, Nichole Georgeou

Nichole Georgeou

This study explores the relationship between state-citizen relations and changing notions of volunteering in Japan. I map Japan's state-citizen relations through an analysis of the transformations of volunteering in Japan from “hōshi” (mutual obligation) to "borantia" (borrowed from the English "volunteer"). The article broadly considers these paradigm shifts in terms of the context of the role International Non Profit Organisations (INPOs) play in Japanese foreign policy.


Religion In Post-Earthquake Haiti, Elizabeth McAlister, Leslie Desmangles 2009 Wesleyan University

Religion In Post-Earthquake Haiti, Elizabeth Mcalister, Leslie Desmangles

Elizabeth McAlister

No abstract provided.


Darwinian Controversies: An Historiographical Recounting, David Depew 2009 University of Iowa

Darwinian Controversies: An Historiographical Recounting, David Depew

David J Depew

This essay reviews key controversies in the history of the Darwinian research tradition: the Wilberforce-Huxley debate in 1860, early twentieth-century debates about the heritability of acquired characteristics and the consistency of Mendelian genetics with natural selection; the 1925 Scopes trial about teaching evolution; tensions about race, culture, and eugenics at the 1959 centenary celebration Darwin’s Origin of Species; adaptationism and its critics in the Sociobiology debate of 1970s and, more recently, Evolutionary Psychology; and current disputes about Intelligent Design. These controversies, I argue, are etched into public memory because they occur at the emotionally charged boundaries between public-political, technical-scientific ...


Multilevel And Diverse Classrooms, Bradley Baurain, Ha Phan 2009 University of Nebraska at Lincoln

Multilevel And Diverse Classrooms, Bradley Baurain, Ha Phan

Bradley Baurain

No abstract provided.


Canterbury-York Dispute, Elizabeth Teviotdale 2009 Western Michigan University

Canterbury-York Dispute, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

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