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Cosmic Constitution : A lateral approach to Grand Unified Theory By Ashutosh Jahagirdar
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My Book suggests a new Model of Cosmos which answers the challenges posed so far. It is a simple change suggested based on the existing theories and observations. Further the evolution of this... More > concept and way forward is advised.....to be pursued!< Less
CONSTITUTIONAL THEORY DELIVERED TO THE MOST FAMOUS FIRST SEARGENT DELIVERING THE SHEPPARD By MICHAEL TAYLOR
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A CHRISTENING OF THAT OLD MICHAEL CHRIST AND GOD, WONDEROUS COUNSELER MICHAEL AMEN
Constitution of The People's Elysian Existence By The Immortal
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A Constitution is a blueprint for any society; especially a new one. In order to build anything complex and substantial you need a plan. A plan that is more than a scribbling on a cocktail napkin. It... More > is one thing to profess an idea or philosophical theory but another to actually build it. A constitution is the specifications of how that idea is to be constructed and maintained. It is a boundary document used to keep a society from straying away from the principles it was founded on. The better the boundaries are clearly defined the easier it will keep society from contorting it.< Less
A Discourse on the Constitution and Government of the United States By John C. Calhoun
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A Discourse on the Constitution and Government of the United States contains Calhoun’s analysis of, and assertion that the US Constitution was designed to prevent vested interests from taking... More > control of government and forcing their views and opinions on all others at their own expense. His premise was that any properly organized society has to work in recognition of differences in human nature, and not against them. This former view, he maintained, was the intent and purpose of the original framers of the Constitution. Calhoun’s thoughts remains an original contribution to the history of political theory. His assertion of pluralism in political representation has influenced diverse critics of society, including liberal supporters of civil rights and conservative defenders of special social and economic interests.< Less
A Discourse on the Constitution and Government of the United States By John C. Calhoun
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A Discourse on the Constitution and Government of the United States contains Calhoun’s analysis of, and assertion that the US Constitution was designed to prevent vested interests from taking... More > control of government and forcing their views and opinions on all others at their own expense. His premise was that any properly organized society has to work in recognition of differences in human nature, and not against them. This former view, he maintained, was the intent and purpose of the original framers of the Constitution. Calhoun’s thoughts remains an original contribution to the history of political theory. His assertion of pluralism in political representation has influenced diverse critics of society, including liberal supporters of civil rights and conservative defenders of special social and economic interests.< Less
The Eleventh Pillar: New York State and the Federal Constitution By Linda Grant De Pauw
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The contest over New York’s ratification of the federal Constitution involved the deepest political beliefs of its participants, who included such partisans as Alexander Hamilton, George... More > Clinton. and Abraham Yates. In the first book-length work to deal exclusively and comprehensively with this subject, Professor De Pauw questions the theory that this struggle was motivated primarily by social and economic differences. Her main concern is to expose the political aims of the Federalists and Antifederalists and the means they employed in achieving those ends. Although she minimizes the political significance of The Federalist Papers, she recognizes that the essays published by both parties — particularly Hamilton’s more violent anti-Antifederalist papers — were effective as political propaganda at the time. Even now, they color modern notions about the intentions of the delegates to the Poughkeepsie convention.< Less
The Eleventh Pillar: New York State and the Federal Constitution By Linda Grant De Pauw
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The contest over New York’s ratification of the federal Constitution involved the deepest political beliefs of its participants, who included such partisans as Alexander Hamilton, George... More > Clinton. and Abraham Yates. In the first book-length work to deal exclusively and comprehensively with this subject, Professor De Pauw questions the theory that this struggle was motivated primarily by social and economic differences. Her main concern is to expose the political aims of the Federalists and Antifederalists and the means they employed in achieving those ends. Although she minimizes the political significance of The Federalist Papers, she recognizes that the essays published by both parties — particularly Hamilton’s more violent anti-Antifederalist papers — were effective as political propaganda at the time. Even now, they color modern notions about the intentions of the delegates to the Poughkeepsie convention.< Less
The Eleventh Pillar: New York State and the Federal Constitution By Linda Grant De Pauw
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The contest over New York’s ratification of the federal Constitution involved the deepest political beliefs of its participants, who included such partisans as Alexander Hamilton, George... More > Clinton. and Abraham Yates. In the first book-length work to deal exclusively and comprehensively with this subject, Professor De Pauw questions the theory that this struggle was motivated primarily by social and economic differences. Her main concern is to expose the political aims of the Federalists and Antifederalists and the means they employed in achieving those ends. Although she minimizes the political significance of The Federalist Papers, she recognizes that the essays published by both parties — particularly Hamilton’s more violent anti-Antifederalist papers — were effective as political propaganda at the time. Even now, they color modern notions about the intentions of the delegates to the Poughkeepsie convention.< Less
Is There a Common Understanding of What Constitutes Cyber Warfare? By Shane Martin Coughlan
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This research paper applies a qualitative grounded theory analysis to delineate a common understanding of the constitution of cyber warfare from twelve media, institutional, educational, governmental... More > and military sources. Partly motivating this is the need to address the confusion between cyber warfare and what is termed ‘Information Warfare’, a broad discipline encompassing all military information operations. Another motivation is the hypothesis that agreement on the constitution, danger and potential of cyber warfare is unsubstantial or vague, that cyber warfare is a misunderstood or neglected concept, and perhaps even suffers from hyperbole and misrepresentation. Though there is a high public awareness of cyber war, there is little attempt to define the concept in existing literature. This paper unpacks the scope, danger and timescale of cyber warfare according to existing texts, and lays the foundation for an analytical framework of patterned and coherent research.< Less
Global Justice: A Progressive Theory By Collin Perillo
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Global Justice: A Progressive Theory is an accessible introduction to the debate about globalization and liberal justice theory. Political theory, until only recently, has been mainly state... More > orientated, focusing upon the function of nation-states, their governmental roles and responsibilities, constitutions, human rights and forms of governance. However, as technology forces us forward, the world in which these interactions take place changes and as a result the prevalent political methods must also evolve. The purpose of this work therefore is to address these changing dynamics and the demands they place upon justice. The book is noteworthy not just for focusing on the theoretical inconsistencies in liberal justice theory as it is applied within the global system, but also offers solutions and strategies for the future. Thoughtful and positive suggestions are made for reshaping globalization into a force that will be beneficial for all humans, rather than detrimental.< Less