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Judicial Control of Administrative Action in India through the Writ of Certiorari By Dr. Amit Singh
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This state of affairs may be attributed inter-alia to thedecline of the laissez-faire philosophy of Government which had its heyday in the nineteenth and early twentieth century with its notion that... More > the proper role of governmental administration is the maintenance of a State which seeks to guarantee the individual a maximum of freedom from coercive influence and a protection against the more obvious types of anti-social conduct. In its place is a new awareness of the responsibility of the State towards the economic and social welfare of the nation, and in order to discharge this responsibility, it became necessary to bring these myriad activities under the regulatory power of the Government.< Less
Prosophy. After Philosophy By Paolo-Ugo Brusa
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Since a few decades we, the Westerners, have entered a post-philosophical age – the long struggle to achieve truth, method, logos, reason, etc. yielding to local narratives and reasonable... More > agreements on a neo-pragmatic basis. Relativism grants poor overall direction, however. In front of the global community of diversities, the judicious relativist faces the future as a rather blind journey. An all-encompassing grasp is still what one intelligent being is entitled to look for and should care about. The postmodern demise of philosophy leaves a void that we had better fill with a new overall conception, one open to pluralism while still eager for the comprehensive understanding long sought after by past masters. A basic convergence of all-human concepts over a seedbed of welcome difference is what prosophy keeps looking for.< Less
Considering the Role of Judges Under the Constitution of the United States By Committee on the Judiciary United States Senate
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First, I just want to express my appreciation to both Justice Scalia and Justice Breyer for being back here in the Senate Judiciary Committee. Almost every week, I open the newspaper or see an... More > electronic posting that involves some radical invocation of the Constitution that certainly differs from what I was taught. It could be someone suggesting that Congress should just get rid of dozens of judges if that strikes our fancy, or it might be the assertion that the three branches of our Federal Government are not of equal importance under the Constitution; or even the assertion that our fundamental charter was drafted solely to limit the Federal Government's ability to solve national problems. These comments show the need for more opportunities to increase understanding of our democracy. That is what gave me the idea to invite two of the Nation's leading jurists to speak with us today about the role that judges play under our Constitution.< Less
Leviathan By Thomas Hobbes
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Leviathan was written during the English Civil war; much of the book is occupied with demonstrating the necessity of a strong central authority to avoid the evil of discord and civil war. Any abuses... More > of power by this authority are to be accepted as the price of peace. In particular, the doctrine of separation of powers is rejected: the sovereign must control civil, military, judicial and ecclesiastical powers.< Less
Speaking Out! Reflections on Law, Liberty and Justice By Geoffrey Stone
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Speaking Out! is a compilation of constitutional law professor Geoffrey R. Stone's op-eds and blog posts addressing a range of controversial issues, including government-authorized torture,... More > electronic surveillance, military tribunals, religion and the law, same-sex marriage, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, Supreme Court nominations and confirmations, and the role and responsibilities of the Supreme Court in our democratic society.< Less
Speaking Out! Reflections on Law, Liberty and Justice By Geoffrey Stone
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Speaking Out! is a compilation of constitutional law professor Geoffrey R. Stone's op-eds and blog posts addressing a range of controversial issues, including government-authorized torture,... More > electronic surveillance, military tribunals, religion and the law, same-sex marriage, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, Supreme Court nominations and confirmations, and the role and responsibilities of the Supreme Court in our democratic society.< Less
Universal Harmony By SCOTT MUNZIG
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The intent of Universal Harmony is to make a statement of what IS. The book explores the Ethereal and Metaphysical Universe through spiritually inspired statements intended to give rise to the... More > reader's judicious challenges. Within these pages one will discover the wisdom of knowing, investigate the meaning of Spiritual Reality, explore the Conscious Mind, behold the origin of nature, unearth the experience of Peace and Freedom and align with the spirit of Universal Harmony.< Less
Universal Harmony By SCOTT MUNZIG
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The intent of Universal Harmony is to make a statement of what IS. The book explores the Ethereal and Metaphysical Universe through spiritually inspired statements intended to give rise to the... More > reader's judicious challenges. Within these pages one will discover the wisdom of knowing, investigate the meaning of Spiritual Reality, explore the Conscious Mind, behold the origin of nature, unearth the experience of Peace and Freedom and align with the spirit of Universal Harmony.< Less
RIGHT TO BE HUMAN By Thalia Vrachopoulos & Harry Savvopoulos
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Our exhibition and conference, seek submissions which rebut, re-examine and reject inequalities and exemplify the goals of humanism and social justice. The textual and visual submissions demonstrate... More > how and why the shared goals of humanism and social justice in our world today combat hatred, dissention, injustice, pollution, genocides, profit rigging and governmentally subsidized wars on freedom and how these philosophies can be implemented in our economic, political, educational, correctional and judicial institutions.< Less
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Our exhibition and conference, seek submissions which rebut, re-examine and reject inequalities and exemplify the goals of humanism and social justice. The textual and visual submissions demonstrate... More > how and why the shared goals of humanism and social justice in our world today combat hatred, dissention, injustice, pollution, genocides, profit rigging and governmentally subsidized wars on freedom and how these philosophies can be implemented in our economic, political, educational, correctional and judicial institutions.< Less

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