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With The Natural Environment that is all around us from the birds in the sky to the fish in the sea and the animals that roam the lands, where is it there are 'LAWS' that restrict the actions of... More > what is naturally taking place? With the formulation of communities and then into the progression of industrialized societies, over time there has been created what we know as 'LAWS.' If we take a closer look at where the laws we now have to deal with basically started, along with what is now the 'Legal System,' we get a better understanding of what is really taking place on the planet earth at this time. If one looks at how the Legal System was devised and implemented and by whom, it is more than obvious to see that it has been part of a contrived takeover of what so many others have worked for and earn for themselves. The masses have been conditioned to 'think' that more laws will offset or do away with what bothers them, when in fact, more laws always mean more restriction. www.DuaneTheGreatWriter.Info< Less
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'the first law- the art and animation of lawrence jackson' is the first collection of professional works by Law packaged in a beautiful hardcover photo book.
A traditional and digital animator,... More > illustrator and storyteller, Law has assembled 'the first law' which suggests that there will be subsequent publications.
The projects range from children's educational games, medical illustration and animated characters.
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The Eight Laws of Health in Animal Naturopathy
Do you try to eat right and take care of your own health naturally? Ever wonder how to do the same for your pets? "The Eight Laws of Health in Animal Naturopathy" will help you give your... More > beloved pets a healthier life naturally!
In it you will find a brief overview of Animal Naturopathy as each of the Eight Laws is discussed in light of our personal experiences and how we deal naturally with issues in the animals on our Ranch.< Less
Demography, Territory & Law: Rules of Animal & Human Populations
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BOOK ONE of FOUR in a series exploring population, economy and politics using radical new interpretations of evolutionary theory. How different land tenure systems may have radically different... More > outcomes for human beings and the other creatures we share the planet with. How one system can launch us into industrial capitalism and the insatiable demands of ever faster growth, dooming us to overpopulation and poverty, whereas the other system can promote steady-state economies, equity and equality. One chapter reviews theories of human population dynamics. Two chapters look at impact on fertility opportunities of the Westermarck Effect and incest avoidance in non-human species. A final chapter compares these with kinship restrictions and non-sale of land in Pacific Islander and other traditional social systems. Subsequent books compare Britain with continental Europe, but this book helps to understand the demographic and political problems of societies after colonisation and development.< Less
The History of Animals
Biology was a natural pursuit for Aristotle, given his family's medical background. In the zoological sciences, some of his observations were confirmed to be accurate only in the 19th century. On... More > his work in The History of Animals, Aristotle draws the most important distinctions between animals with and without blood. Animals that reproducing offspring within the female's body, as generally the case with mammals and reproducing through the hatching of eggs. He shed some insights into the questions of reproduction and heredity. He also believed that no organ was given to an animal without a purpose. Final characteristics were those essential to an animal species, while variable characteristics consisted of qualities that develop rather than being naturally endowed.< Less
On the Motion of Animals
This text is Aristotle’s general principles on the motion of animals. Aristotle attempts to combine a physiological explanation of animal locomotion in terms of spirit or pneuma and with a... More > psychological account in terms of desire and thought, which also includes imagination and perception. He thinks it possible to account for animal movements purely in terms of the physical events taking place in the body, while at the same time he wants to explain action, at a philosophical or analytical level, by way of the interaction of desires and beliefs.< Less
On the Gait of Animals
Aristotle (384 BC – 322 BC) was a Greek philosopher and polymath, a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great. His writings were the first to create a comprehensive system of Western... More > philosophy, encompassing morality, aesthetics, logic, science, politics, and metaphysics. Aristotle brings his teleological presumptions to empirical studies on his text about the gait and movement in various species of animals. In this text, he discusses why some animals are footless, others bipeds, quadrupeds and others polypods. Which parts are useful to animals for movement in place. The differences between these parts both in one and the same creature, and again by comparison of the parts of creatures of different species with one another. He also discusses why sanguineous animals have four points and not more, but bloodless animals have more than four.< Less
On the Parts of Animals
Aristotle (384 BC – 322 BC) was a Greek philosopher and polymath, a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great. Aristotle's writings were the first to create a comprehensive system of... More > Western philosophy, encompassing morality, aesthetics, logic, science, politics, and metaphysics. Aristotle is said to have written 150 philosophical treatises. The 30 that survive touch on an enormous range of philosophical problems, from biology and physics to morals to aesthetics to politics. Aristotle refers to the Parts of Animals as an inquiry into the causes that in each case have determined the composition of animals. His theory opens with an introduction devoted to general considerations. This is followed by a discussion of the three degrees of composition, the first degree being composition of physical substances, the second degree, of homogeneous parts or tissues, and the third, of heterogeneous parts or organs..< Less
The Animate and the Inanimate
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In The Animate and the Inanimate (1925), Sidis predicted the existence of regions of space where the second law of thermodynamics operated in reverse to the temporal direction that we experience in... More > our local area. Everything outside of what we would today call a galaxy would be such a region. Sidis claimed that the matter in this region would not generate light. (These dark areas of the universe are not properly dark matter or black holes as they are used in contemporary cosmology.) This work on cosmology, based on his theory of reversibility of the second law of thermodynamics was the only book published under his name.< Less