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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...sponsibility Pg 287 Freedom and Irresponsibility Pg 288 Ownership Pg 290 Law Pg 291 War Pg 296 Conclusion Chapter Six ‘A’: Civilization ... ...lation: Antagonism and Competition Pg 366 Sports Pg 401 Happiness Pg 402 Law Pg 413 Logic and Legality Pg 420 Science and Balance Pg 4... ...in a strict sequence. Cause and Effect can also be defined by Newton’s Third Law of Motion which states: “For every action: there is an equal and o... ...an clearly be seen using the naked eye without any expensive fancy scientific equipment. Anyone can do it and see with their own eyes how light beh... ... imposed forcefully from the outside. The reason for any compulsory external enforcement of conformity is based upon power, authority, and fear. R... ...s a product of fear or hate: it becomes destructive and evil. This compulsory enforcement corrupted the basic cooperative dynamic of the band. ... ...is stolen back… it works. Same field same rules same goal same goalie, same equipment, same ball… hmmm. Same strategy also. And same requirement... ...it. The abstract development of Law merely became a codified system for this enforcement. As a part of the hierarchical nature of civilization, it ... ...ster after disaster… As the living plants destroyed all of their high-priced equipment. Sound a little like all of the history of civilized human...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...extractive industries (chrome and oil) Shortages: spare parts, machinery and equipment, some food products and con- sumer goods Electric power: 1,840,... ...trative districts); 691 communes Legal system: based on French and Is- lamic law, with socialist principles; new constitution adopted by referendum No... ...e divisions: 18 provinces Legal system: formerly based on Portu- guese civil law system and customary law; being modified along socialist model Nation... ... ucts, timber, and cotton Imports: $1.4 billion (f.o.b., 1986 est.); capital equipment (machinery and electri- cal equipment), food, vehicles and spar... ...ependent territory Capital: The Valley Legal system: based on English common law; constitution came into effect on 1 April 1982 Branches: 11-member Ho... ...- sufficient in food Major industries: mining, industrial and transportation equipment, food processing, chemicals Crude steel: 6.6 million metric ton... ... dominated by Nyerere; has considerable power over domestic policies and the enforcement of them Voting strength: (October 1985 national elections) cl...

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Crime Its Cause and Treatment

By: Clarence Darrow

...less could be nothing else. Still if man’s actions are governed by natural law, the sooner it is recognized and understood, the sooner will sane treat... ... can be such a line. Strictly speaking, a crime is an act forbidden by the law of the land, and one which is considered sufficiently serious to warran... ...s either good or bad; the pun- 6 ishment follows for the violation of the law and not neces- sarily for any moral transgression. No doubt most of the... ... the same pattern, yet no two are alike. Each has a distinct and different equipment from any of the others. The size of the body, real and potential;... ...edity and in part to environment. That the baby had nothing to do with its equipment will readily be admitted by everyone. The child is born with a br... ... its own efforts. Always bearing in mind that most criminals are men whose equipment and surroundings have made it difficult for them to make the adju... ... follow the precept, and the long list of penal laws that die from lack of enforcement instead of by repeal is too well known to warrant the belief th... ...ious attention to such a purely academic statement. No one believes in the enforcement of all laws or the duty to obey all laws, and no one, in fact, ... ...rac- ticed or at least advocated by the ones who procure the pas- sage and enforcement of the law. Numberless ways used by the strong to get money are...

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Bram Stoker's Dracula

By: Bram Stoker

...ried kind, history, geography, politics, political economy, botany, geology, law, all relating to England and En glish life and customs and manners. ... ...c, the Army and Navy Lists, and it somehow gladdened my heart to see it, the Law List. Whilst I was looking at the books, the door opened, and the C... ...id me. He will be in Exeter, miles away, prob ably working at papers of the law with my other friend, Peter Hawkins. So!” We went thoroughly into ... ... to blessings, and the kindliest and truest heart that beats, these form his equipment for the noble work that he is doing for mankind, work both in t... ...lia of our beneficial trade,” as he once called, in one of his lectures, the equipment of a professor of the healing craft. When we were shown in, M... ...er he moved back, and his exclamation of horror, “Gott in Himmel!” needed no enforcement from his agonized face. He raised his hand and pointed to the...

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