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Critiquing Acceptable Use Policies By Dave Kinnaman
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This hyperlinked document describes and critiques K-12 educational Acceptable Use Policies (AUPs) on the Internet in June 1995. First released by the Global Network Navigator's (GNN's) Education... More > Center in Summer 1995. Updated for this second edition in August 2003, childrens rights enhanced, many hyperlinks added.< Less
The Critique Of Pure Reason By IMMANUEL KANT
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IMMANUEL KANT The Critique of Pure Reason Immanuel Kant, the most celebrated of German metaphysicians, was born at Königsberg on April 22, 1724, and died on February 12, 1804. Taking his degree... More > at Königsberg, he speedily entered on a professional career, which he quietly and strenuously pursued for over thirty years. Though his lectures were limited to the topics with which he was concerned as professor of logic and philosophy, his versatility is evidenced by the fact that he was offered the chair of poetry, which he declined. His lasting reputation began with the publication, in 1781, of his wonderful "Critique of Pure Reason" ("Kritik der reinen Vernunft"). Within twelve years of its appearance it was expounded in all the leading universities, and even penetrated into the schools of the Church of Rome.< Less
The Critique of Pure Reason By Immanuel Kant
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The main work of Immanuel Kant in which he argues that the mind forms its own experiences. These experiences are thus only as perceiving the phenomenal world and not experiencing the world around us... More > as it truly is. He tries to combat the critique that such a view holds and to put the use of reason to justify our experiences by showing that we never truly experience what we perceive.< Less
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Capital: A Critique of Political Economy By Karl Marx et al.
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In Capital: Critique of Political Economy (1867), Karl Marx proposes that the motivating force of capitalism is in the exploitation of labour, whose unpaid work is the ultimate source of profit and... More > surplus value. The employer can claim right to the profits (new output value), because he or she owns the productive capital assets (means of production), which are legally protected by the State through property rights. In producing capital (money) rather than commodities (goods and services), the workers continually reproduce the economic conditions by which they labour. Capital proposes an explanation of the "laws of motion" of the capitalist economic system, from its origins to its future, by describing the dynamics of the accumulation of capital, the growth of wage labour, the transformation of the workplace, the concentration of capital, commercial competition, the banking system, the decline of the profit rate, land-rents, et cetera.< Less
A Critique of Democracy: A Guide for Neoreactionaries By Michael Anissimov
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This guide explores the arguments against democracy. Democracy is often viewed as a mandatory system for any civilized country, but there is a compelling case, drawing on economics, political theory,... More > and cognitive psychology, that claims otherwise.< Less
A Critique of Democracy: A Guide for Neoreactionaries By Michael Anissimov
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This guide explores the arguments against democracy. Democracy is often viewed as a mandatory system for any civilized country, but there is a compelling case, drawing on economics, political theory,... More > and cognitive psychology that claims otherwise.< Less
The Critique of Pure Reason By Immanuel Kant
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Human reason, in one sphere of its cognition, is called upon to consider questions, which it cannot decline, as they are presented by its own nature, but which it cannot answer, as they transcend... More > every faculty of the mind. It falls into this difficulty without any fault of its own. It begins with principles, which cannot be dispensed with in the field of experience, and the truth and sufficiency of which are, at the same time, insured by experience. With these principles it rises, in obedience to the laws of its own nature, to ever higher and more remote conditions. But it quickly discovers that, in this way, its labours must remain ever incomplete, because new questions never cease to present themselves; and thus it finds itself compelled to have recourse to principles which transcend the region of experience, while they are regarded by common sense without distrust.< Less
The body frontiers. Critique of corporeity. By Arturo Rico Bovio
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The conception of human being as a whole, without fissures, as an energetic system, is not only consonant with the advances in Physics and Psychology, but it also allows the extrapolation of several... More > categories and significant data, both from humans to the World and from de World to the humans, always taking care not losing sight of the singularity of each living species or the peculiarities of the inorganic entities. It is extremly important to clarify if we are bodies or we have bodies, since moral and cultural applications are thereof derived wich are beneficial or harmful for all of us.< Less
A Biblical Critique of Calvinism By Dave Armstrong
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In this volume I reply to biblical arguments from John Calvin in Books I-III of his "Institutes of the Christian Religion," in instances where he takes a position that is contrary to... More > Catholic theology. Taking on John Calvin’s exegetical arguments in this fashion will, it is hoped, demonstrate the persistent fallacies and falsehoods (from the Catholic perspective) that are frequently found in his writing, and illustrate at least some ways to refute and overcome them. Catholics regard Calvinists and other Protestants as brethren in Christ, and rejoice over the many important beliefs that we hold in common. At the same time, the Catholic apologist’s task is to answer objections to Catholicism that arise in these quarters, and to present what we feel are superior alternative opinions. I use the public domain translation of the "Institutes" by Henry Beveridge (Calvin Translation Society, 1845, from the 1559 Latin edition). The book includes an "Appendix of Areas of Calvinist-Catholic Agreement."< Less

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