By Pedro Insua
Al mostrar que no existe en el alcalaíno rastro alguno del irenismo tan característico del pensamiento erasmiano, el autor apuesta por l. a. inserción de los angeles obra de Cervantes en otras coordenadas que, desde una genealogía completamente hispánica, beben en fuentes aristotélicas, lo que permite una inteligibilidad más adecuada del texto cervantino.
By Amy E. Wendling
These ruling principles clarify the cultural attitudes of boredom and multitasking, revealing the inescapable internalized attention of time that has develop into a method of political domination. in addition they clarify the terrifying environmental challenge of privatized estate in water and the terrifying humanitarian challenge of privatized estate in human our bodies and physique elements. ultimately, they clarify the affective dimensions of the housing concern, and particularly why capitalism cultivates the need to possess a house that's past one’s means.
By Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazán,Luis F. Luna-Reyes,Dolores E. Luna-Reyes,J. Ramon Gil-Garcia,Gabriel Puron-Cid,Sergio Picazo-Vela
This ebook presents key strategic ideas and most sensible practices to steer the layout and implementation of electronic govt options. It presents a sequence of concepts and findings to consider IT functions in govt as a platform for info, companies and collaboration, and techniques to prevent pointed out pitfalls. electronic govt examine means that info applied sciences have the capability to generate enormous public price and remodel the relationships among governments, electorate, companies and different stakeholders. even if, constructing cutting edge and excessive effect recommendations for electorate hinges at the improvement of strategic institutional, organizational and technical features. hence far, specific features and difficulties of the general public area association advertise the improvement of poorly built-in and hard to take care of functions. for instance, governments continue separate purposes for open information, transparency, and public companies, resulting in duplication of efforts and a waste of assets. the prices linked to keeping such units of poorly built-in structures might restrict using assets to destiny initiatives and innovation. This booklet offers top practices and proposals in accordance with broad study in either Mexico and the us on how governments can boost a electronic executive process for growing public worth, the way to finance electronic innovation within the public region, the way to construction winning collaboration networks and foster citizen engagement, and the way to properly enforce open govt tasks and open facts. it will likely be of curiosity to researchers, practitioners, scholars, and public quarter IT pros that paintings within the layout and implementation of technology-based tasks and programs.
By Peter Dietsch
Building on a cautious research of the moral demanding situations raised by means of a global of tax pageant, this e-book places ahead a normative and institutional framework to control the perform. briefly, contributors and firms may still pay tax within the jurisdictions of which they're individuals, the place this club can are available levels. furthermore, the strategic tax surroundings of states might be constrained in very important methods. a world Tax business enterprise (ITO) can be created to implement the rules of tax justice.
The writer defends this demand reform opposed to vital objections. First, Dietsch refutes the recommendation that regulating tax festival is inefficient. moment, he argues that legislation of this kind, instead of representing a constraint on nationwide sovereignty, in reality seems to be a demand of sovereignty in an international financial system. The booklet closes with a chain of reflections at the tasks that the beneficiaries of tax pageant have in the direction of the losers either sooner than any institutional reform in addition to in its aftermath.
By Carl Wellman
By Louis Althusser,Jacques Bidet,Etienne Balibar,G. M. Goshgarian
“One of an important Marxist thinkers of the 20th century… not anything in need of electrical. His renewal of Marxism represented a liberation for a more youthful new release” Radical Philosophy
Louis Althusser’s well known brief textual content ‘Ideology and Ideological country Apparatuses’ significantly reworked the concept of the topic, the knowledge of the state and even the very frameworks of cultural, political and literary concept. The textual content has prompted thinkers such as Judith Butler, Ernesto Laclau and Slavoj Žižek. The piece is, actually, an extract from a miles longer book, On the replica of Capitalism, previously unavailable in English. Its e-book makes attainable a reappraisal of seminal Althusserian texts already on hand in English, their position in Althusser’s oeuvre and the relevance of his rules for modern idea. at the Reproduction of Capitalism develops Althusser’s notion of historical materialism, outlining the stipulations of reproduction in capitalist society and the progressive fight for its overthrow. Written within the afterglow of may perhaps 1968, the textual content addresses a query that maintains to hang-out us this present day: in a society that broadcasts its attachment to the beliefs of liberty and equality, why can we witness the ever-renewed reproduction of relatives of domination? either a conceptually innovative textual content and a key theoretical software for activists, On the copy of Capitalism is a vital addition to the corpus of the twentieth-century Left.
By P. W. Preston
By David Kennedy
In this provocative and well timed e-book, David Kennedy explores what can pass awry once we placed our humanitarian yearnings into motion on a world scale--and what we will be able to do in response.
Rooted in Kennedy's personal adventure in different humanitarian efforts, the publication examines campaigns for human rights, refugee defense, fiscal improvement, and for humanitarian limits to the behavior of warfare. It takes us from the jails of Uruguay to the corridors of the United countries, from the founding of a non-governmental association devoted to the liberation of East Timor to paintings aboard an plane provider within the Persian Gulf.
Kennedy stocks the satisfactions of overseas humanitarian engagement--but additionally the disappointments of a religion betrayed. With humanitarianism's new energy comes wisdom that even the main well-intentioned tasks can create as many difficulties as they clear up. Kennedy develops a list of the unexpected effects, blind spots, and biases of humanitarian work--from focusing an excessive amount of on principles and too little on effects to the ambiguities of waging battle within the identify of human rights. He explores the combination of altruism, self-doubt, self-congratulation, and easy disorientation that accompany efforts to deliver humanitarian commitments to overseas settings.
Writing for all those that want that "globalization" will be extra humane, Kennedy urges us to imagine and paintings extra pragmatically.
A paintings of bizarre verve, honesty, and perception, this insider's account urges us to include the liberty and the accountability that include a deeper expertise of the darkish aspects of humanitarian governance.
By Henry George,Fred E. Foldvary
By Z. Kazmi