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Happiness for Your Children and Grandchildren

Narciso Rosario
2022 Zenodo  
Happiness for Your Kids and Grandkids  ...  Many of these... will, therefore, be multi-purposed [to support] social credit [scoring]."  ...  and under any social system except capitalism.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5874767 fatcat:6phwrwxwt5fzln2ai2x3lwfpie

Beasts of the Modern Imagination: Darwin, Nietzsche, Kafka, Ernst, and Lawrence

Robert D. Newman, Margot Norris
1988 South Central Review  
(God as a deduction from a model of human reason and intelligibility).  ...  In place of an Author, or a governing intelligence, Darwin discovers force and desire (including human force and desire) as the power shaping natural forms.  ...  It is both necessity and embarrassment: testimony of risk taking and evidence of its failure, an unsuccessful effort, a fool ish bravery.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3189448 fatcat:3l5srh4dqbhd7hzah2axke3zaq

Literature and sustainability

Louise Squire, Matthew Jarvis
2015 Green Letters. Studies in Ecocriticism  
and a fi nal affi rmation of heroic triumph.  ...  rendered 'productive' , no longer of vibrant multi-species collectives, but of cash crops and, thereby, taxable income for private land-owners.  ...  compulsion and necessity' (16) characterised by high levels of fear and hunger, constant territorial challenge and torment by parasites, overlooks, among other matters, the fact that suff ering might  ... 
doi:10.1080/14688417.2014.991134 fatcat:u6lqkeyvnnfobevygcmlhc6nqa


2017 "Not in the Spaces we Know"  
to as "eusocial") is used in biology to describe a species where multiple generations live collectively in societies and individuals practice altruism as part of their social roles.  ...  Schwartz, who, drawing on Clifford Geertz, argues that social memory is a model of society and a model for it: B. declarations evince this thinking.  ... 
doi:10.31826/9781463237677-003 fatcat:achpqqjnq5hppg3xj3kw7wvjii

Women in Afghanistan: Passive victims of the borga or active social participants?

Elaheh Rostami Povey
2003 Development in Practice  
development work and at times of crisis.  ...  the general public, as part of its programme of advocacy, education, and communications.  ...  Each of the essays captures the sense of social, cultural, national, and gender dislocation that characterise this conflict.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09614520302950 fatcat:phm4yh3fejfrfos4tc7szjbt4q

Whole Issue // Número completo

Diana Villanueva-Romero
2015 Ecozon@  
"a composition of man-made or man-modified spaces to serve as infrastructure or background for our collective existence" (8). From this foundation, co-editor David E.  ...  Acknowledgements: I wish to thank José María Parreño and Serpil Oppermann for their valuable suggestions. Works Cited Bate, Jonathan.  ...  After Loren's islands of resources and Woodward's elemental political ecology, the Turkish artist Tunç Özceber encouragingly redeems the dimension of the picturesque in two photographs, collected under  ... 
doi:10.37536/ecozona.2015.6.2.685 fatcat:qrhlysk6mnddpht4ifuyyz2g3q

The Derivative Condition: A Present Inquiry into the History of Futures

Gerald Nestler
and social relations.  ...  Can they serve the needs and desires within complex societies? Can they help us decide which risks we should avoid and which risks we can embrace for the [...]  ...  social inclusion and exclusion by autonomous quantitative (data-based) and intelligent data agents and their processes as well as the perspective where this new order attaches itself, where it enters  ... 
doi:10.25602/gold.00020534 fatcat:n3hqg7wn6zc55e2gbeaajkjpfu

The Money Value of Risk: Life Insurance and the Transformation of American Public Health, 1896-1930

Megan Joy Wolff
Public health and life insurance are not automatic allies, and their cooperation took place in a wider context of economic growth, social upheaval, and changing attitudes toward the management of risk.  ...  The passage of social insurance legislation in Europe provided a powerful example to reformers, whose structural approach to social betterment favored poverty prevention and legislative change.  ...  Chapin and the Public Health Movement (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1962); Paul Starr, The Social Transformation of American Medicine (New York: Basci Books, 1982), Chapter 5, "The Boundaries  ... 
doi:10.7916/d85b08p9 fatcat:okylzftncbb2joha4pc3pljadq

The body politic: socialist science fiction and the embodied state

Virginia Lee Conn
Since socialism erases the boundaries between individuals and the collective, then the health of the state should be reflected in that of its citizens.  ...  by Wei Yahua and Red Star by Alexander Bogdanov, decouple biological reproduction from social reproduction.  ...  As cybernetic population approaches relegated much of human behavior to programmable and predictable quantitative models, labor itself became less the heroic endeavor it had been under Mao and became increasingly  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3-86z7-6v18 fatcat:6jy2yqwlkvcl3g6kp7art42w3u

The Expense of Spirit: Love and Sexuality in English Renaissance Drama

Mary Beth Rose
As Tamburlaine's slaughters increase and multi-27. Cf.  ...  , came risk.  ...  How marvelous to appear-mirac ulously-at the very moment of disaster and deter its course through sheer force of personality and advantage of superior knowledge!  ... 
doi:10.7298/z9gc-ke86 fatcat:vcibfzebqvhardqqc7ee2kgusi


Raysa Kruger, Raysa Kruger, Robert Lake
But behaviors and spaces were elements of various social relations, of which economic relations became predominant.  ...  How have intelligible social relations been formed among the various diverse elements and spaces involved in the production of environmental injustice?  ... 

Second nature: the discourse of habit in nineteenth-century British realist fiction

Kristie M. Allen
In revealing the rich historical debates about habit, my dissertation contributes to our understanding of the reciprocally shaping forces of scientific ideas about the mind and realist narrative techniques  ...  In the following three chapters I consider the intricate ways that Charles Dickens, George Eliot, and Thomas Hardy imagine and depict the intersecting social and psychological origins of habit.  ...  The force of circumstances, the external world, becomes a substitute for an agent of a "Providential" outcome.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3n87b4b fatcat:24ey243vi5cydfbxkjb4qsem2u

Squaring the circle : West European terrorism, EC/EU counter-terrorism and liberal democratic acceptability

Peter Chalk
Police and security forces throughout the EU have strongly endorsed the third pillar as providing an efficient response to serious criminality.  ...  The main focus of the second half of the project centers on an examination of the effectiveness and appropriateness of the latest EU provision to counter terrorism (and other major threats to internal  ...  Hurst and Co., 1978)  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0088830 fatcat:gf2zktij6zfkfd2kewnm7w4eja

Identifying a more appropriate role for the Canadian planning profession

David Roy Witty
The communities which planners serve are experiencing significant change and seeking answers to the environmental, economic, and social factors affecting them Planners have been disparaged publicly and  ...  The examination of the history and theory of planning provides a context for the exploration of practitioners' views of the nature and status of planning in Canada.  ...  Economists typically identify intelligent pursuit of private gain with rationality, thus implying that other modes of behavior are not rational.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0099360 fatcat:smcrynk5b5bdhp77u7jakzz7ii

Foundations of an Ethical Framework for AI Entities: the Ethics of Systems

Andrej Dameski
heroic ethics).  ...  This kind of behavior may also be deemed ‘heroic’ (Flescher, 2003; in (Wiltshire, 2015), although I don’t concur with such qualification of heroism.  ... 
doi:10.48676/unibo/amsdottorato/9503 fatcat:vnwswl4fjfdrhdjxi7fb3hvhdq
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