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On What Grounds

Author : Cleo Coyle
ISBN : 1101220708
Genre : Fiction
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Introducing a delightful new series featuring Clare Cosi, manager of the historic Village Blend, where coffee and crime are always brewing...

Property Ownership And Private Higher Education In China

Author : Spring Su
ISBN : 0739143816
Genre : Law
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This book provides a comparative analysis of property ownership system and current quasi-profit regulations for the private higher education market in China, by constructing a theoretical model developed from institutional economics, mainstream privatization theories, and the relevant practices in use in Japan and the U.S. The book, which is written from historical, social, legal, economic and political perspectives, incorporates practical insights from in-depth case studies on various types/localities of private universities and colleges in China, including foreign invested colleges.

Virtue Ethics And Nursing On What Grounds

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Abstract Within the nursing ethics literature, there has for some time now been a focus on the role and importance of character for nursing. An overarching rationale for this is the need to examine the sort of person one must be if one is to nurse well or be a good nurse. How one should be to live well or live a/the good life and to nurse well or be a good nurse seems to necessitate a focus on an agent's character as well as actions because character is (for the most part) expressed in action (e.g. see Laird). This paper will give an overview of the reasons for the role and importance of character in nursing practice and explain its relation to nursing's frequent use of virtue ethics in order to recommend caution. While the paper agrees that the role of character is important in nursing caution is needed in both how much moral and thus normative, emphasis is being placed on the psychology of character and on the drift to virtue ethics. The psychological which may be explanatory needs to be linked with the normative, and a justification for the normative is needed. A justification as virtue ethics is contested, and nursing practice does not need to take on this explanatory and justificatory burden. A tentative proposal raised but not discussed in depth in this paper is that when an ultimate explanation or explanatory ground is needed, nursing practice leads quite naturally to a form of consequentialism as well as a realist metaethic. On this account, there are two levels of moral thinking, and nursing practice entails the virtues at one level and leads quite naturally to moral thinking at another more critical level of the criterion of what makes something right and good independently of character.

On What Grounds Pb

Author : Cleo Coyle
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On Sympathetic Grounds

Author : Naomi Greyser
ISBN : 9780190460990
Genre : Literary Criticism
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With its filigreed, formidable representations of tears and suffering, sentimentalism has remained a divisive genre and category of analysis. On Sympathetic Grounds offers a new interpretation of the sentimental by mapping its grounds in North America. During sweeping transformations of territory, land stewardship, personhood, and citizenship in the nineteenth century, sentimentalists evoked sympathy to express a desire for a place that was both territorial and emotional--what Naomi Greyser calls an "affective geography." Greyser traces the intricacies attending Americans' sentimental sense that bodies could merge and mutually occupy the same space at the same time. Affective geographies complicate normative, linear assumptions about intimacy and distance, and consequently compel a reconsideration of geopolitics, geophysics and the distribution of resources and care. Mapping feelings in and also about space, On Sympathetic Grounds focuses on the experiences and perspectives of those whose bodies, labor and sovereignty have been occupied to ground others' lives and world-making projects. Bringing literary and rhetorical studies together with critical race and gender theory, cultural geography, American studies, affect studies and the new materialism, this book lays out sentimentalism's usefulness to settler colonialism and the maintenance of racialized labor. The book also carefully charts sentimentalism's value as a means of resisting geographic displacement and both physical and metaphysical dispossession. Philosophers and rhetoricians regard grounds as necessary conditions for argumentation; Greyser treats grounds as also geopolitical, geoaffective, and geophysical. Sympathy has enriched conditions for living at the same time that it has mercilessly enlisted some bodies and lives as the grounds for others' wellbeing. Ultimately, On Sympathetic Grounds uncovers a moving, non-linear cartography of sympathy's vital place in shaping North America.

Grounds For Respect

Author : Kristi Giselsson
ISBN : 9780739168943
Genre : Philosophy
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Grounds for Respect broaches a question that is of vital importance to all; namely, what grounds do we need in order to justify respect for others? In exploring this question the author provides not only a critical overview of traditional and contemporary approaches to — and critiques of — the concept of a common humanity, but also offers a distinctively new approach as to what it might mean to be human.

Political Economy An Inquiry Into The Natural Grounds Of Right To Vendible Property Or Wealth

Author : Samuel Read (of Roslin.)
ISBN : OXFORD:600007642
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A Rational Account Of The Grounds Of Protestant Religion Being A Vindication Of The Lord Archbishop Land Of Canterbury S Relation Of A Conference C From The Pretended Answer By T C

Author : Edward Stillingfleet
ISBN : BSB:BSB10399629
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11 September 2001 War Terror An Judgement

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ISBN : 061468403X
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11 Sep 01

Author : Bulent Gokay
ISBN : 9781135758332
Genre : History
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In a comprehensive study of the world since September 11th, 2001, the contributors to this volume offer a series of perspectives on current security trends. The scholars who participated in this study are from Europe, North America and Asia.

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