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Postmodernism and the Public School By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this fictional political satire Anthony Fejfar pokes fun at postmodern "diversity."
Postmodernism and the Public School By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this fictional political satire Anthony Fejfar pokes fun at postmodern "diversity."
Overcoming tough times By Jasmin Hajro
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The book that I did not want to write. Including painful moments and tough times. But I did it anyway, and it helps you to relativize & overcome your tough times. Piece from the book: Aging... More > sucks It sucks, right? Every year, you become a year older. I thought so too. And I especially disliked to become 30 years old. Because I had heard or thought that you are after your thirtieth year, declining. That everything is declining and doesn't function well. And I thought about the time when I will be 80 years old, and nothing functions anymore, to kill myself one way or another. Until someone said: The older you get, the better it is. Some children do not even become 10 years old. Some people don't make it to 18 years old. But you are 30 or 40 or 50 years and having another birthday & you can live for another year. How a great gift is that ... You can do and experience so much. And enjoy. Be happy about it. The older you get, the better it is.< Less
Ashen Winter By Ivan Drugostrov
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'Ashen Winter' continues the mind-bending journey begun in 'Vermilion Fall,' as groundbreaking author Ivan Drugostrov takes the reader deeper into his chaotic realm of Necroterra. If reading the... More > previous book was akin to cowering in a storm cellar while a tornado raged above, 'Ashen Winter' is like emerging after the storm has passed, only to find a desolate and alien landscape where once had been familiar sights. Less frenetic than its predecessor, but just as thought-provoking, this chapter in the Necroterran saga is a must-read for those of cunning mind and adventurous spirit!< Less
Vermilion Fall By Ivan Drugostrov
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'Vermilion Fall' takes the reader on a chaotic, mind-bending skim across the murky surface of Ivan Drugostrov's delightfully twisted world of Necroterra. Exploring the duality and interactions... More > between the opposing forces of love and hate, pain and pleasure, good and evil, death and immortality, sanity and utter delusion, fatalism and self-determinism, 'Vermilion Fall' weaves an intricate and varied path across a landscape in which madness might seem a welcome comfort. Thought-provoking and unafraid to challenge the reader's assumptions, 'Vermilion Fall' is at once engaging, intriguing, and ultimately, fun to read. 'Vermilion Fall' is a work of fiction and contains imagery and notions which some readers may find unsettling and/or disturbing. Also worthy of mention is the fact that this is not a novel in the strictest sense. It is an anthology, a bricolage of short stories and fragments that combines to form a larger, secreted picture of a fantasy world. You are invited to feel.< Less
Human Rights Between Ideality and Reality - A Brief Discussion By Oana Arama
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This book discusses the significant discrepancy between the ideal set up by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (hereafter UDHR) and the real impact it has in shaping the world. When the UDHR... More > was adopted, the world received a document of hope, a set of living standards that should be enjoyed by all human beings. After so many decades of wars and conflict, poverty and inequalities, the Declaration came as proof that the world has something in common over all those inequalities: a set of human rights that makes all human beings equal. However, the Declaration did not overcome all inequalities and even after more than 66 years since its adoption there are so many people who are not protected by the Declaration. Cultural relativism, the lack of resources which is linked with extreme poverty all over the world, the fact that some parts of the world see this document as a ‘Western creation’ so another form of imperialism are only some reasons why the universality of human rights is not (yet) possible.< Less
Cultural Relativist Law and Ethics By Anthony J. Fejfar
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This Tract Book describes the Legal and Ethical System of Cultural Relativism.
Cultural Relativist Law and Ethics By Anthony J. Fejfar
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This Tract Book describes the Legal and Ethical System of Cultural Relativism.
Human Rights in Our Time By Paul J. Magnarella
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An excellent introduction to international human rights, written for college students and general readers. It explains the foundation for universal human rights, key UN conventions; the rights of... More > women, children, indigenous people; international humanitarian law, UN Criminal Tribunals, universalism vs relativism, regional human rights systems; human rights practices in China, Gaza, the US, Rwanda, Pakistan, Zimbabwe, Tanzania; torture, genocide, universal jurisdiction, human rights reporting and assessment. It also introduces readers to important human rights NGOs. The appendix contains key UN Human Rights Conventions. The author served as Expert-on-Mission with the UN Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and is Director of Peace and Justice Studies at Warren Wilson College.< Less
Human Rights in Our Time By Paul J. Magnarella
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An excellent introduction to international human rights, written for college students and general readers. It explains the foundation for universal human rights, key UN conventions; the rights of... More > women, children, indigenous people; international humanitarian law, UN Criminal Tribunals, universalism vs relativism, regional human rights systems; human rights practices in China, Gaza, the US, Rwanda, Pakistan, Zimbabwe, Tanzania; torture, genocide, universal jurisdiction, human rights reporting and assessment. It also introduces readers to important human rights NGOs. The appendix contains key UN Human Rights Conventions. The author served as Expert-on-Mission with the UN Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and is Director of Peace and Justice Studies at Warren Wilson College.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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