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AP Biology 2007-2008 Evidence of Evolution by Natural Selection Dodo bird.

high tide Meaning: In less than 2000 years, temple sunk well below sea level, and then was raised up again — natural processes and immense periods of time could produce great changes. “the present is the key to the/vertebrate species and that of humans Number of amino acid differences between hemoglobin (146 aa) of vertebrate species and that of humans 1002030405060708090100110120 LampreyFrogBird Dog MacaqueHuman 32845 67 125 Why does comparing amino acid sequence measure evolutionary relationships? AP /


1 Practical Exercise Make a list of your desires, thoughts & expectations 1.Find out if these needs be fulfilled by Right Understanding, Relationship and.

to harmony 3.Universal(Sarvbhaum) – It is same for all Q: % Preconditioning, % Sensation and % Natural Acceptance 14 Continuous Happiness Nurturing, Protection & Right Utilisation 9 Feelings – Mutual Happiness – Justice 4 Human Goals Mutual Fulfillment / Co-existence I can directly see my relationship with this reality (natural characteristic). I have Natural Acceptance to fulfill this relationship. That is my participation. It is definite (WHAT TO DO) CONTEMPLATION Self (I/


AP Biology 2006-2007 Evolution by Natural Selection.

Lamarck!!! http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5270149AB73 2F0FB AP Biology 2007-2008 Evidence of Evolution by Natural Selection Dodo bird AP Biology 2007-2008 Evolution is "so overwhelmingly established that it has become irrational/evolutionary relationships AP Biology Comparative hemoglobin structure Number of amino acid differences between hemoglobin (146 aa) of vertebrate species and that of humans Number of amino acid differences between hemoglobin (146 aa) of vertebrate species and that of humans /


Micro Level: Individuals and Families

. Turning points: can involve a change in outlook, worldview, lifestyle, choice or fate; may relate to relationship are recognized only later may involve positive or negative outcomes [new material] negative—may be related to loss,/ basis of human behavior in the following areas: Addiction ADHD Adolescent development Aggression including battery and rape Anti-social personality The shyness-extraversion continuum Stress Schizophrenia OCD and bipolar disorder The Nature Part of Nature and Nurture The /


Philosophy of Science and Religion.

course of a decaying physical nature. Maybe (being in the image of God) we are meant to be creative? However God, in creating creatures in His image for love and fellowship did not clone Himself! Christian theology cannot give all the answers to the difficult ethical questions. However we can say certain things about our humanity. Image of God. Relationship. Reproduction should be from/


Christianity and Contemporary Thought.

) cannot be defined by a list of rules about how we relate to one another. Christian goodness means being `godly’ ie having the character of Christ in relationships with: God, our fellow humans, and the natural world. Christian Ethics. Character of God shown not in rules but in a Person (Jesus Christ). In Christ God self-sacrificially suffers for our sins giving us forgiveness/


Confucianism Deity: Confucius held a more personal conception of the way of nature (Tao) than did Taoism, but he does not hold to a “Creator” God. Shang-Ti.

text of the basic Confucian teachings The Doctrine of the Mean (Chung Yung) –It deals with the personal and political implications of human nature and self- cultivation and looks at the relationships of moral human beings to a moral universe –Was placed fourth; a text appreciated for its subtlety and abstraction, as well as its depth of thought Confucianism Deity: Confucius held a more personal conception of the/


Extending Holland’s use of narrative and meaningful relationships in nature conservation Lancaster 23 rd January 2006.

which retains the most significance A3 (=H3) Significance is dependent on meaningful relationships A4 Aesthetic experience both gives meaning to and is meaningful in our (human) relationship to nature A5 Aesthetic experience can reveal meaningful relationships within nature A6 Aesthetic experience of nature can be described in narrative form (by testimony, text, poetry, literature, photos, paintings … and other forms too) A7 Description of aesthetic experience is significant in place/


Modern Philosophy since the Pre-Enlightenment

“structure” or “relationships” between impressions. Hume (cont.d) His philosophical book A Treatise on Human Nature, was written in Paris at a young age, ignored, shortened & republished as An Inquiry into Human Understanding. (cont.d) In…“Of Knowledge and Probability” Hume (/ simple parts (relation) There is one kind & there are two kinds of causality (laws of nature only, or laws of nature and human freedom) (modality) There is & is not an absolutely necessary Being This use of antinomies prompted Hegel/


The Sacred Cosmos: Christian Faith and the Challenge of Naturalism 5. Human Nature: Embodied Self and Transcendent Soul, Part 2 Conclusion: A Sacred Cosmos.

that person begins to develop within a transcendent, and not merely natural, horizon. At some point in the gestation process, God establishes a personal relationship with the emerging human so that that person begins to develop within a transcendent, and not merely natural, horizon. The embodied soul, or whole person, grows and develops in self-awareness, skills, social relationships, knowledge, and wisdom over the course of a lifetime. The/


Temptation & Vocation A Study Guide for CS Lewis’s Screwtape Letters

Person who has made him subjective nature, and the man trusts himself to the completely real, external, invisible Presence, this real nakedness of the soul in prayer—you will be helped by the fact that the humans themselves do not desire it as/should it be both? Questions for Discussion - Letter XXVI How does the sense of enchantment in courtship affect later relationship between spouses and how does Screwtape suggest in using them? What does God gives us to defend ourselves from these problems. What effect/


Sociology Study of human relationships – Greek LOGUS meaning study – Latin SOCIUS meaning relationship.

is a science – Science is divided into two branches Natural Science – Physical phenomena Social Science – Broad spectrum of human behavior Sociology The Social Sciences: – Psychology: individual behavior – Social Psychology: an individual within a group – Economics: production, distribution, consumption of goods & services – History: Chronological study of events Conducting Research Sociologists believe that cause-and-effect relationships prevail in the universe. They assume that under identical/


11/2004Copyright Edwin L. Young, PhD 19 5. The Intentionality Model Diagrammed and Defined in Relation to the Duplex Pyramids 1.The intentionality model.

persons tend to assess the relevant levels of the world from the perspective of their schemata of the external world and human internal worlds. As you begin to consider possibilities for the subject of your project, consider also how each / other temporal factors; the roles typically in play in the activity; the nature and characteristics of the participants; the types of relationships that might exist between participants; the furniture and decor; the rules or customs in play; how it is viewed from the/


Final Exam Review Unit 2: Natural Disasters. Earthquake violent shaking of the ground.

Natural Disasters Earthquake violent shaking of the ground Cause of Earthquake Movement of tectonic plates Subduction zone Transform fault Type of damage from an Earthquake destruction, building damage, road damage, ruptured pipes, death Where Earthquakes occur at plate boundaries Safety during an Earthquake Relationship/a supercell thunderstorm a cold air mass and a warm air mass combine- the / Forest Fires Cause – Human: main cause of forest fires, arson, campfires, cigarettes – Nature: lightening, sun Fire/


北京大学新闻与传播学院 关世杰 Guan Shijie Peking University May 13, 2009 , Sweden Values and intercultural communication.

come from? Is man evolved from ape, or is man created by God? dialectic materialism Mentalism (spiritualism) dialectic mentalism 2) Relationship of humans with nature Relationship to nature Nature over humans Harmony with nature humans over nature Accept your fate live according to the make life comfortable rhythms of nature and convenient Life is outside the Everything has its problem can be individual’s control own character solved once we know the/


Cultural Theory and Practice

According to Marxists, these kinds of relationships are dependent upon - and reflect - the nature of economic relationships in society. Thus, if economic relationships are fundamentally unequal, then political and ideological relationships will both reflect - and help to reinforce - inequality. /Guwahati 2009-10 Examples of Cyborgs Cyborg technologies used to amplify and extend human capacities For example, the kinds of melding of machine and human that we see in VR technologies (eg fighter pilot training)/


Insight and Peril: Nature Restoration as a Paradigm for the Human Relationship with Nature Ned Hettinger College of Charleston.

Insight and Peril: Nature Restoration as a Paradigm for the Human Relationship with Nature Ned Hettinger College of Charleston Preservation as the Reigning 20 th C. Nature-Protection Paradigm To protect nature we must set aside nature preserves and keep them “untrammeled by man” (Wilderness Act, 1964) Nature’s key value is naturalness/wildness (its degree of independence from human influence) By and large humans are separate from nature The Rise of Nature Restoration Given the extent/


Nature and Environmental Poetry. if a poem is set in the world, it is in part a nature poem. But what qualifies verse to be included in this category.

situation or destroying some aspect of nature. Human-Nature Relationship Typically this poem concerns a person fixing himself or herself in the natural world or contemplating some aspect of nature, longing for its qualities Nature as Metaphor for the Human Condition. In this poem type, the poet uses some aspect or element of nature to express how it feels to be mortal Human Encountering Nature. Simply, the poet suddenly beholds an/


Human Values & Professional Ethics (AUC-001)

Brief Introduction Harmony in Family What is Family, Basic Requirements and Process for Having A Happy Family Harmony in Society What is Society, How to Have a Akhand Samaj Universal Human Order Sarvabhaum Vyawastha, Systematic Way of Universally Human Development & Co-Existence Module 4 Harmony in Nature What is Nature, Human-Nature Relationship, Effects of Human Being on Nature Nature Recyclability Harmony in Entire Existence Understanding the Sah-Astitva Module Wise/


1 Philosophy of Science and Religion. Tutor: Howard Taylor.

course of a decaying physical nature. Maybe (being in the image of God) we are meant to be creative? However God, in creating creatures in His image for love and fellowship did not clone Himself! Christian theology cannot give all the answers to the difficult ethical questions. However we can say certain things about our humanity. Image of God. Relationship. Reproduction should be from/


Prof. Fani Bhusan Das. ONLY IDEAS & WORDS HAVE CHANGED HUMAN CIVILIZATION Presently ideas in all the faculties and Management techniques developed by.

the violent forces generated by Nature and Humans.  The cosmic world and the cycles of biosphere will be reverted back to “Nothingness ” D. New quest for sustainable peace is based on  Identifying sources of peace resources and inventing the techniques for exploration of resources.  Convergence of “science” and “spirituality”.  Understanding the “truth” of relationship between matter and energy.  Understanding the “truth” of time and space.  Understanding the “truth” of/


A Study Guide for CS Lewis’s Screwtape Letters With Special Emphasis on Calling and Vocation Issues for Daily Living A Lilly Grant Project Calvin College.

By Sin? What Can I Do To Renew It? No The Fundamental Questions Spiritual PhysicalPsychological Any Human Activity Creation Fall Redemption Yes No The Nature and Possibilities of Choices ‘Milton was right,’ said the Teacher. ‘The choice of every lost soul can/ both? Questions for Discussion - Letter XXVI 1 How does the sense of enchantment in courtship affect later relationship between spouses and how does Screwtape suggest in using them? 2 What does God gives us to defend ourselves from these problems/


Course: Ilmu Sosial Untuk Psikologi Human Realities in the light of Sociology, Anthropology, Philosophical Anthropology, and Psychology.

of physical features of nature and the ways they interact and change –Social science: Study of social features of humans and the ways they interact and change Slide 17 © 2012 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Sociology and the Social Sciences █ Study influence society has on people’s attitudes and behavior █ Seek to understand ways in which people interact and shape society █ Examine social relationships scientifically Haiti earthquake/


OverviewKindergartenEvidence:First GradeEvidence:Second GradeEvidence: Counting and Cardinality Know number names and the count sequence. (K.CC.A) 1.Count.

through the water cycle, especially as it moves on the earth’s surface and underground, it dissolves minerals and gases and carries them to the oceans, rivers, and other surface water. Natural and human forces can contribute to contamination of surface water and groundwater. Earth’s History NGSS: History of Earth Understand and apply knowledge of fossils and the evidence they provide of past life on earth. Fossils provide evidence/


Primary (K-2)Evidence:Intermediate (3-5)Evidence:Middle School (6-8)Evidence:High School (9-12)Evidence: Communicate and work appropriately with others.

. (SS.3- 5.G.3) Understand causes and effects of human migration. Understand reasons for the growth and decline of settlements. Understand density and sparcity in terms of human settlement. Understand the relationship between population growth and resource use. Understand the concepts of renewable and non-renewable resources. Understand recycling. Understand the relation between economic activities and natural resources in areas. Understand how human factors and the distribution of resources affect the/


Christian Ethics. How Should We Live? 11. Applied Ethics: Sexuality and Marriage Sunday, August 14, 2005 9 to 9:50 am, in the Parlor. Everyone is welcome!

to be close to each other until death. 5. Therefore, the deepest and most pleasurable form of physical intimacy should naturally be reserved for the deepest and most profound human relationship, marriage. 5. Therefore, the deepest and most pleasurable form of physical intimacy should naturally be reserved for the deepest and most profound human relationship, marriage. Natural Law Sex and Marriage Such a view is found in Pope John Paul II’s/


The Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection The Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection.

survival of new species depends on their relationship with their surroundings. A species unsuited to its environment will die out, but ones that are well-______ survive. adapted Evolution: Task 1 Copy and Complete the following: The Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection was developed by Charles Darwin. Challenging the idea that species are fixed and that humans were created by God, it claims that/


Art and design Key Stage 3 Range In art and design, pupils at Key Stage 3 should develop their understanding and investigating skills in order to enrich.

people explore and express issues, ideas and experiences of a transcendent/spiritual nature and why this spiritual side of life is important to them, e.g. the nature of God/the soul; religious experience/spiritual dimensions of human experience and truth/meaning/interpretation knowledge and experience of the non- material/spiritual – how and why people develop, interpret and act on their religious/spiritual experience, e.g. relationship with and responses to God/


1  How do human activities effect the environmental quality? Group report  What are the main environmental activities effect by human?  How do these.

with the environment. 4.1 The relationship between human development and environment 5 It should been fully understand that the interdependent relationship between humans and the environment.  Human beings are the product of physical movement,the product of the evolution of the Earths surface system  The evolution of the Earths surface system forms geographical environment, where human live and develop.  Natural environment: the human material basis,provide support systems for life/


FEM 3001 (INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN DEVELOPMENT) FEM 3001 is the basic course in your entire studies INSTRUCTOR DR SITI NOR BINTI YAACOB JPMPK, FEM CONTACT.

Young adults seek to form a shared identity with another person, but may fear intimacy and experience loneliness and isolation. Generativity vs. stagnation (40 to 65 years) Middle-aged adults must feel /human beings make mistake --- but ?… 2.HUMAN NATURE ORIENTATION 114FEM3001/PJJ/JAN2012/SNY It deals with the relationships between individuals & nature/environment Subjugation to nature (have no control over destiny) Harmony with nature (interdependent) Mastery over nature (master & control) 3. PEOPLE NATURE /


A Study Guide for CS Lewis’s Screwtape Letters With Special Emphasis on Calling and Vocation Issues for Daily Living A Lilly Grant Project Calvin College.

It? Forget it The Fundamental Questions Spiritual PhysicalPsychological Any Human Activity Creation Fall Redemption Yes Forget it The Nature and Possibilities of Choices ‘Milton was right,’ said the Teacher/and the Church Letter IILetter II Habits Mental Bodily The Church Appearance and Reality Emotions Humility Prayer 3 - Relationships, Prayer and Faith and Action Relationship with Spouse and Family Common Ground and Actions Letter IIILetter III Prayer Coffee and Heart Attack Outline 4 - Prayer: Why? And/


Ships in the Desert Objectives  To understand the text  To learn the words and phrases about environment  To be familiar with the environmental issue.

system:  As a result, if we want to solve the problem, we will have to carefully weigh and determine how important that relationship is and how important is the complicated interconnection among factors inside human society and between these factors and the main natural parts of global ecological system.  relation: relative; relationshiprelationship: friendship; connection  interrelationship: interrelation; a (close) connection, relation of dependence Para. 23 one precedent for this/


Steps in Implementing Universal Human Values in Education.

is Highly Complementary to GNH 1.Preservation & Promotion of Culture: Understanding happiness, human-being, human-human relationship and society 2.Preservation of Environmental Heritage: Understanding prosperity, the role of physical facility, human-nature relationship, mutual fulfillment in nature and co-existence in existence 3.Equitable Socio-economic Development: Understanding relationship in family and society, prosperity, the role of physical facility, sustainable production-work related systems in/


Human Behavior and the Social Environment, Macro Level: Groups, Communities, and Organizations (second edition) Katherine van Wormer Fred H. Besthorn Copyright.

Deep ecology Includes all human and non human beings, processes, things and systems in the total planetary ecology Includes all human and non human beings, processes, things and systems in the total planetary ecology Emphasizes understanding of systems in a holistic way Emphasizes understanding of systems in a holistic way Concerned with equality and eco-justice in humanities relationship with nature Concerned with equality and eco-justice in humanities relationship with nature In contrast, shallow ecology/


Know Yourself, Understand Others, Improve Relationships FCS Update August 24, 2015 Debra Bolton, PhD Family and Consumer Sciences Kansas State University.

Human nature? 2.Humankind to nature? 3.Time orientation? 4.Value placed on activity? 5.Relationship of people to each other? Across Cultures – Human Nature Basically Evil Intrinsically Evil Puritan Ancestry Extreme: humans can’t be trusted… Mixture of Good/Evil Cannot eliminate: natural/ biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” -- George Bernard Shaw, Irish Playwright and Likable Curmudgeon Communication “Did you say what I think you said?” Generational “How do you ‘hear’ me/


Practice Session: Harmony in Society. 2 Society = Families living together, in a relationship of mutual fulfillment (common goal)

production for outside consumption and buying services and products Surplus production /relationship Exploitation of -Human being (10-100 people need to work for 1 indulgent person) -Nature Little interaction with -Human being -Nature Enrichment of -Human being (responsibility & participation) -Nature 39 Net Achievement DimensionIndividualFamily/Society Human EducationUnderstanding Human SanskarThought Sanskriti Culture Human ConductThoughtVidhi, Vidhan Human ConstitutionBehaviourSabhyata Civilisation Human/


Great Debates in IR theory 1920s-Realists vs. Idealists- basic assumptions, nature of human beings 1950s-Traditionalists vs. behavioralists- methodology.

nature of human beings 1950s-Traditionalists vs. behavioralists- methodology Laws Patterns Regulatiries of IR or other physical phenomena How to explain laws? Theory building Hypothesis generation If X then Y Independent –dependent variable Causal relationship Correlations Spurious relationship/ thing as absolute certainty But we can still falsify wrong conjectures Theoretical and methodological diversity Key strengths in social sciences Traditional approach Participant observation Diplomatic history International /


HUMAN POPULATION MPHO SEFATSA RHODES UNIVERSITY PSYCHOLOGY (Hons.)

negative impacts.” O Overpopulation - Maximum number increasing carrying capacity WHY STUDY HUMAN POPULATION O To understand the relationship between population variables:  -social  -environmental  -economic  -/HUMAN INFLUENCE ON THE PLANET O Depletion of natural resources O Land degradation O Pollution O Increase poverty O Affects the ability of nature to sustain itself CHALLENGES O Demand for energy and natural resourses O Food security O Biodiversity loss O Water quality and demand management O Human/


Knowledge-Based Systems. Course Overview  Introduction  Knowledge Representation  Semantic Nets, Frames, Logic  Reasoning and Inference  Predicate.

and values connected by HAS-A and IS-A links Schemata  suitable for the representation of more complex knowledge  causal relationships between a percept or action and its outcome  “deeper” knowledge than semantic networks  nodes can have an internal structure  for humans/.g. small dogs and cats) ambiguous (e.g. small dogs and cats) [Rogers 1999] Good Knowledge Representation Languages combines the best of natural and formal languages: combines the best of natural and formal languages: expressive /


Human Relations PART III – Relationships with Others “Relationships are only as good as your commitment to what you want them to be.”

as good as your commitment to what you want them to be.” Contents Vertical and Horizontal Working Relationships Productivity Your most important Working Relationship Understanding the Nature of Relationships Restoring Injured Relationships 6 Common Human-Relations Mistakes Vertical and Horizontal Working Relationships Understanding yourself and the power of your positive attitude makes it much easier to meet new people and establish meaningful relationships with them. Whether you like it or not, a/


Unit Six Getting Along With Nature. texture The author Para. 1 Comprehension Paraphrase and word study Paras. 2-3 Comprehension Paraphrase and word study.

by according to the article? The defenders of nature and wilderness. What conclusion can we get from the article? Human and nature are inseparable in nature. We should treat the relationship between human and nature very cautiously. paraphrase 10-(1) … that this conflict often occurs at he expense of both estates (line 4 ; para. 10) … that this conflict (between humans and nature) often hurts both humans and nature. Paraphrase 10-(2) It is not only possible/


Human Conduct & Guidelines for Professional Ethics.

responsibility for filling the gaps created in ignorance; both in relationship with human being as well as in work with with rest of nature 18 Universal Human Order (Sarvbhaum Manaviya Vyavastha) Human Education-sanskar Human Constitution Universal Human Order 19 Guidelines for Professional Ethics Professional Ethics is the implication of Right Understanding in Life and Profession: 1.Clarity about Human Goal – Right Understanding & Right Feeling, Ptrosperity, Fearlessness (Trust) & Co/


The Center for Victims of Torture—New Tactics in Human Rights Project A Project of the Center for Victims of Torture Step Three: Define the Terrain.

), from the highly local to the international levels. Know the Terrain What is tactical mapping? A method to: visualize relationships and institutions (the terrain) sustaining human rights abuses and problems track the nature and effectiveness of tactics monitor the implementation of strategy The Center for Victims of Torture—New Tactics in Human Rights Project Example from a Mayan Community in Guatemala Why use Tactical mapping? To find/


Copyright 2010 Research Institute for Humanity and Nature. All Rights Reserved.  What will happen when biodiversity degrades? The Futurability of Biodiversity.

2) Species diversity in grasslands Species richness of pasture plants Number of species is highest where grazing pressure is intermediate. (Fujita 2006) Copyright 2010 Research Institute for Humanity and Nature. All Rights Reserved.  4. The relationships between biodiversity and livestock 2) Species diversity in grasslands (Fujita et al. 2009) Ridge Stream Near ridge Upper slope Lower slope Foot slope Valley bottom Soil moisture Low Intermediate/


Harmony in Family Understanding Relationship – Justice.

acceptance for Excellence Js’Brk dh LohÑfr dk HkkoA Excellence ¼ Js’Brk ½ Understanding Harmony & Living in Harmony Excellence and competition are not similar. In excellence, one helps to bring the other to his level In competition, he hinders the/ Value iw.kZ ewY; 28 Justice Recognition, Fulfillment & Evaluation of Human-Human Relationship, leading to Mutual Happiness Necessary condition E11 = E21 E22 = E12 Complete condition E11, E12, E22, E21 are Naturally Acceptable to both 1 & 2 E11 – I have a feeling /


Evidence of Evolution by Natural Selection Dodo bird.

species and that of humans 1002030405060708090100110120 LampreyFrogBird Dog MacaqueHuman 32845 67 125 Why does comparing amino acid sequence measure evolutionary relationships? Building “family” trees Closely related species (branches) share same line of descent until their divergence from a common ancestor Artificial selection Artificial breeding can use variations in populations to create vastly different “breeds” & “varieties” “descendants” of the wolf “descendants” of wild mustard Natural/


© Worboys and Duckham (2004) GIS: A Computing Perspective, Second Edition, CRC Press Chapter 1 Introduction.

-R model is to: Convert each entity into a relation Convert each relationship into a relation However, not all relationships will require a relation For entities in a mandatory many to one relation/Data and databases Hardware support Functionality © Worboys and Duckham (2004) GIS: A Computing Perspective, Second Edition, CRC Press Interface styles: natural language Most humans use natural language to communicate with one another. Natural language is potentially both intuitive and expressive However, natural /


Question: What is the origin of human life? Response: Life has emerged as a result of evolution;

during the creation week Evolution within species does occur, as seen in the variety with each species of cat, dog, etc, and human; Historic creationist (conservative Christian) relationship to the theory of Evolution evolution within species does occur according to natural selection and the survival of the fittest; They reject the belief that mutations can cause evolution, as they argue that any mutation is an/


SCIENCE 2015-16 Project Overviews for each Year Group and Longitudinal Studies.

crops, fruit, flower, dispersal, pollination, population Observations, measurements, scale, litre, ml, cm, Enquiry, investigation, test, fair, group, sort, classify, key, relationship, pattern, naturally occurring, equipment, data logger, analyse, analysis, value, collect, practical, prediction, human, impact, negative, positive Science knowledge and understanding Use the local environment throughout the year to observe and measure changes in the local environment Raise questions that help to identify plant/


Posted by Maria Khodorkovsky on October 15, 2008Maria Khodorkovsky “Like many words frequently used in matters of state and government, economy has its.

laboring classes exert large degrees of effort with limited opportunities to develop their skills dynamically in inter-relationship. Agreements about WHAT is taught and HOW it is taught remain unquestioned and deep structural assumptions about preparing people for labor, about our relationship to debt, about the nature of human agency and our capacity to direct our own lives are unexamined. Assumptions that reductionist perceptions of competition reflect/


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