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  • Empire For His Own Rule
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    THE NATURAL DESIRE FOR THE SUPREMACY OF ONE " The frogs, grieved at having no established Ruler, sent ambassadors to Jupiter entreating for a King. Perceiving their simplicity, he cast down a huge log into the lake. The Frogs were terrified at the splash occasioned by its fall and hid themselves in the depths of the pool. But as soon as they realized that the huge log was motionless, they swam again to the top of the water, dismissed their fears, climbed up, and began squatting on it in contempt...
  • Will E Rule
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    "Simply put, our goal is to make your government more accessible to all Americans". -President George W. Bush, March 2002 Thesis Although E-rule making has its flaws, it nevertheless warrants a try because it will help to legitimize democracy. E-rule making promotes the legitimization of democracy by lowering information costs, increasing public participation, and improving deliberation and communication between different members of society. Until recently, information technology has been servin...
  • Difference Between Authoritarian And Democratic Power
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    The Two powers Each person is born with a tendency to rule, and in order for people to achieve this purpose, they use different means of power. As a result, many methods of power have been developed; perhaps the two most common types of ruling are authoritarian and democratic. When we talk about ruling, we are referring to the act of governing. The difference between authoritarian and democratic power, is best illustrated in The Lord of the Flies, by William Golding. In this book, Ralph and jack...
  • Rule Of Benedict Monks
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    THE EUROPEAN POST Islam In Europe Pg 188 Islam the religion that the Franks and the other Germanic people brought to Europe. It started in the west of Europe. The powerful force began spreading through the middle east and the Mediterranean world. Islam came from Arabia in 632. People that believe in Islam are called muslims. The Christians in Europe began to worry because the muslim army began to win victories in the mediterranean world. They overran Christian kingdoms in North Africa and Spain....
  • Rules And Regulations
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    HOW FREE DO WE WANT TO BE? Just think of the fun we could have if we did not have to follow any rules and regulations. You could go into a shop, fill your basket with all types of fancy goods and leave without paying for them. If you drive, then there would be no need to worry about getting stopped for speeding or dangerous driving. If you are at school you could forget all about learning and play games all day long. It does sound like a good life but would such a system work in reality? If you ...
  • Act And Rule Utilitarianism
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    "The only rational course of action is to allow people to override the rules in the interest of the greatest utility". Act and Rule Utilitarianism are said to be very similar and maybe even collapse into each other when trying to distinguish one from the other. One article has distinguished between act and rule utilitarianism by referring to them as 'extreme' and 'restricted' utilitarianism. This article claims that the extreme or act version of utilitarianism will use the rules of morality as r...
  • Permission Schema With Its Four Production Rules
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    Assertion that cognition in de ontic situations involves utilities is further supported by various research on the topic. Johnson-Laird, Legrenzi, and Legrenzi (1972), for example, asked testees to pretend being postal workers who had to spot envelopes that violated the rule: If a letter is sealed, then it has a 50 lire stamp on it. Similarly, Griggs and Cox asked their subjects to be cops to determine potential rule breakers, the condition was: If a person is drinking alcohol, then that person ...
  • Higher Authority Known As Ones Conscience
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    Blindly obeying authority often results in disobedience to one's personal morality. Since rules were established and exist for the common interests of the general population, some would say adhering to the rules is obedient. However, when rules conflict with people's morals, one has the right, and furthermore the responsibility to disobey. Contrary to popular belief, disobedience does not center around ignorant rebellion. In fact, disobedience is the manner in which people shed enlightenment on ...
  • Obi Colors Like The Kimono
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    Rules For Women In Wearing Kimonos In Japan today, most people wear Western clothes in their everyday life, but the traditional Japanese clothing -kimono- is still popular. Kimono is a complex costume. This complication is shown in the rules in the standard dressing formula. There are a lot of rules about wearing a kimono, from choosing a suitable kimono and wearing a kimono to acting and walking while wearing it. The most complicated thing in wearing a kimono is how to choose a suitable one bec...
  • Confucianism An Ideal Rule For The Empire
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    If an empire is to be effective in maintaining power and prosperity, and preserving its legacy, then the best philosophy for it to follow is Confucianism. Confucianism shows the people to stay in order by using its teachings and having its superiors set good examples rather than forcing them by using harsh punishments. Confucianism also is a strong supporter of using education to support almost every aspect of the empire's growth and prosperity. Unlike Taoism and Legalism, Confucianism will act ...
  • People Under The Rule Of Napoleon
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    Napoleon was one of the greatest military leaders of all time. By 1812 Napoleon had expanded the territory of France all over Europe including Spain, Italy, Holland, and Switzerland. Napoleon was one of the first leaders to rule over so many territories at the same time, which in France made him and innovator and a hero. In the time when Napoleon ruled France the people were under strict rule. Napoleon took the rights of the common people seriously. By conquering the monarchies he expanded right...
  • Utopian World
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    That is the only thing about Plato's theory in that it does not prepare you for all the bad things that happen. It is like the saying goes you must take the bad with the good, and that is what you get when you experience life because nothing in life is fair. People can only show or teach you so much before you just have to have experience to learn more. It contests the notion that nirvana was the main goal sought by Buddhists., and values that make it impossible for us to have a utopian world. P...
  • Rules
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    We all hate rules. Admit it. While rules are the very thread this world hangs by today, you still never hear many people say, "Gee, rules are cool". Even some of the very politicians who plan and support our nation's law books seem to wander from what they should enforce. Sure, many feel being the brown-noser, do-good, teacher's pet kinda citizen is not relevant. This is true. But the fact remains: Rules exist for a reason! Among my list of rules I'm using to support this argument is (sorry, kid...

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