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Sandel is sometimes a misspelling of scandal.
"Sandel" is the 1968 novel by Angus Stewart on the subject of a relationship between a young man and a boy.
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Brave New Bioethics (2002)
by Gregory E. Pence
Michael Sandel is a well-known liberal political theorist, and Stephen Carter is a law professor who writes about religion, as well as novels, but neither of them is a working bioethicist. That's important because good recommendations about ...
The Problem of the Passions (1995)
Feminism, Psychoanalysis, and Social Theory by Cynthia Burack
The second, related, assumption according to Sandel is that identity is independent of a person's ends, values, interests, and relations with others; this is the notion that these can never be understood as constitutive of who one is, but only as ...
From 1600 to the Present by John R. Shook
Constitutional law, Sandel claims, offers incoherent decisions due to the need under the procedural republic for unrealistic voluntarist ideas of religion, the family, etc. That is, the unencumbered self required by the procedural republic cannot ...
by Karen Tracy, Cornelia Ilie, Todd Sandel
Sandel, T. L. (2003). Linguistic capital in Taiwan: The KMT's Mandarin language policy and its perceived impact upon the language ...
by Bonnie Lou Hendricks
Sandalwood (Sandel, Soemba, Sumbanese) origin: Indonesia (Sumba Isle) aptitudes: Riding, light draft, racing average height: 12.2 h.h. population status: Common The Sandalwood pony, also commonly called Sandel, is named for ...
by Patrick Hanks, Richard Coates, Peter McClure
Variants: Sandel, Sandle, Sandhill, Sandall, Sandalls • Current frequencies: GB , Ireland • GB frequency...
Johannes Sandel, in Poll Tax (Kington Magna, Dorset); Johannes Sandhull, in ...
by Ronald Hamowy
Communitarians such as Michael Sandel have argued that one's identity rests on constitutive understandings that comprehend a wider subject than the individual alone. Sandel argues on epistemic grounds that the relevant unit of political ...
by Robert M. Martin
Salnt Sandel S Saint Petersburg paradox Flip a fair coin till tails tums up. The payoff is $2“, where n is the number of flips. The EXPECTED UTILITY of this game is (1/2 x $2) + (1/4 x $4) + (1/8 x $8) This is an infinite amount, so you should be ...
by Clive Upton, William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.
AM 'Sondo Sundae BR 'SAndel, 'SAndi, -eiz\-Iz AM 'son, ...
An Encyclopedia by Gary Giroux
According to Sandel (2012, 7), “the reach of markets, and market-oriented thinking, into aspects of life traditionally governed by nonmarket norms is one of the most significant developments of our time.” The importance of nonmarket norms ...
by Jeffrey D. Schultz, John G. West, Iain S. MacLean
Led by Michael Sandel, Alasdair Maclntyre and Charles Taylor, these new communitarian thinkers argued that the liberal tradition was based on an impoverished view of human identity that failed to account for the importance of shared values ...
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