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Philosophy and the Problems of Work brings together for the first time important philosophical perspectives on the subjects of labor and work, spanning analytical and Continental traditions. This comprehensive collection engages contemporary debates in political theory and the philosophy of economics, including the perspectives of classical and welfare liberals, anarchists, and feminists, about the nature and meaning of work in modern technological society, the issues of meaningful work and exploitation, justice and equality, the welfare state and democratic rights, and whether market socialism is a competitive alternative to traditional capitalism. An introduction by the editor charts the historical development of these issues in philosophical and political discussions and examines the central importance of the organization and structures of work for both individual self-realization and human societies generally.Philosophy and the Problems of Work brings together for the first time important philosophical perspectives on the subjects of labor and work, spanning analytical and Continental traditions. This comprehensive collection engages contemporary debates in political theory and the philosophy of economics, including the perspectives of classical and welfare liberals, anarchists, and feminists, about the nature and meaning of work in modern technological society, the issues of meaningful work and exploitation, justice and equality, the welfare state and democratic rights, and whether market socialism is a competitive alternative to traditional capitalism. An introduction by the editor charts the historical development of these issues in philosophical and political discussions and examines the central importance of the organization and structures of work for both individual self-realization and human societies generally.
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It was long thought that this must be an episode from the old Acts of Andrew: but Flamion's study of that book has finally made it clear that there is no place for the tale in those Acts: and that our story is an early member of that which we call the Egyptian cycle: it is a tale of wonder with no doctrinal purpose.

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  • Erie County True Estate Transactions

    05/14/17 ,via Buffalo News

    530 Gould Ave., Gary M. Schaff to Robert D. Gosselin; Sharon M. Gosselin, $60,000. • 285 Cayuga Run Road, 7781 East Eden Road, Wells Fargo Bank NA to Brent Andrew Hardy; Michael Tychsen Yager, $99,600. • 7724 Eden Valley Method, Steven 

  • Century Excited School Honor Roll

    05/07/17 ,via Bismarck Tribune

    Kaitlyn Peterson, Jaymie Pittman, Madison Rud, Mason Rud, Leif Rue, Hadley Schlafman, Roarick Schollmeyer, Brianna Sipes, Abigail Skibicki, Mason Thorenson, Erin Troftgruben, Brennan Tyler, Andrew Vadnais, Taylor Veen, Jacob Vetter, Mariah Vetter

Recipes

  • Andrew's Spicy BBQ Burgers

    black pepper, cayenne, curry powder, garlic, italian seasoning, beef, mustard powder, red onions, salt, worcestershire sauce

  • Andrew's Herb Risotto

    rice, butter, vegetable oil, chicken broth, coriander, garlic, lemon juice, lemon zest, parmesan cheese, red pepper, salt, fennel bulb, white wine, yellow onions

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  • Joan of Arc and the Franco-Burgundian Pacification

    2017. 101 pages.

    "In the year 1429 France was a torn area with Burgundy, a vassal and valuable ally to France, assisting the English in the war that historians would later dub the Hundred Years War. The war had been fought since the early-mid fourteenth century and France had seen slight success in those years save for a brief period towards the end of the fourteenth century. France's heir, who hid in southern France, was disinherited as a issue of the Treaty of Troyes in 1420 which passed the throne to the English. Without Burgundy, France faced a two-front war with Burgundy in the east and England in the north and west. Joan of Arc accompanies a recess army to the besieged city of Orľans in May of 1429. For the next three months the French would win a string of victories against the English, be welcomed by towns and villages occupied by Burgundy and England, and see the disinherited dauphin Charles crowned Prince of France. Little over five years later, Burgundy would sign a peace treaty with France in 1435 securing an alliance and putting France back on alley to win the long conflict known as the Hundred Years War. Joan of Arc, despite being executed in 1431, profoundly impacted the course of events that led to a contract between Burgundy and France. This thesis attempts to show how she made such a reconciliation possible."--Boise State University ScholarWorks.

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