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(The Classical Association, 2010)While the manner in which empires have been discussed in the Western tradition has been largely conditioned by a two-millennia-old dialectic that Carneades presented neatly to the Romans in the mid-second century B.C., ...
(Griffith University, 2005)When considering questions of access, an argument for procreative autonomy is an interesting starting point. Its compelling logic, when applied to abortion debates, posits that women should be trusted to make abortion ...
True Friends or False? The changing nature of relationships between Indian and British missionary women in the imperial contact zone of India, c1880-1940 (University of Western Australia, 2013-05)
(Educause Australia, 2003)Academics have traditionally guided the reading of students to inject a range of scholarly perspectives into a course. The use of the literature is an important part of developing critical thinking skills and part of ...