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    for why the State of Nature is a State of War it is important to understand Hobbes’s meanings of the terms State of Nature and State of War. The State of Nature is the condition where mankind is forced in contact with one another in a society where there is no authority to enforce power or laws. In this state, the lack of authority encompasses the lack of political institutions and the connotations associated with them: no national allegiances and no punishment. All men in this state have the right

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    Is “State terrorism” a valid concept? The threat of global terrorism continues to rise with the total number of deaths reaching 32,685 in 2015, which is an 80 percent increase from 2014 (Global Index). With this said, terrorism remains a growing, and violent phenomenon that has dominated global debates. However, ‘terrorism’ remains a highly contested term; there is no global agreement on exactly what constitutes a terror act. An even more contested concept is whether to broaden the scope of terrorism

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    State vs state

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    Introduction State of origin is one of the toughest rivalry’s in Australian sport. In this report I run through the selection process and the success of the game. What is the importance of state of origin? State of origin is an important event on the sporting calendar. It has massive value to the fans but mostly, to the players selected. Any player would tell you the greatest thrill in their career would be pulling on that N.S.W or Qld jersey for the first time. It was as good as football got according

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    During the past decade, the state of California has been one of the fastest growing economies of the United States. The substantial growth has positioned California as the top one economy in the United States, with a gross domestic production of approximately 2.3 trillion dollars for the fiscal year 2014. The state of California has also ranked number eight in the largest world economies, passing countries like Italy and Russia (Young, 2014). Although many factors have led to this growth, the most

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    welfare state

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    WELFARE STATE The term was firstly used by Pontiff Temple in 1941. However, some other authors emphasize that it was firstly used in 1934 by Alfred Zimmern who is from Oxford, besides that, it became even more popular thanks to the ‘’Citizen and Churchman’’ book, written in 1940. Nevertheless, its widespread in literature occurred by Beceridge Report in 1942. It is seen that before and most of 20th century, ‘’welfare’’ and ‘’state’’ terms aren’t used together. It is only between the years

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    The State of Nature

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    rules is a notion that many people argue would be a better choice for Americans today. This idea is the very concept behind “The state of nature”. A Lord of the Fly existence where we embrace anarchy is a change, but is it a positive change? What effect will this change have on people, resources and society as a whole? Today I will explain the theory behind the state of nature while painting a picture of what it would be like to live in a word with out rules. Every action has a consequent reaction

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    Aristotle's Ideal State

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    In this essay I will examine Aristotle’s ideal state in order to find out whether it is rather a place of hierarchy than equality. First it is necessary to define what is meant by hierarchy and equality. This seems to be an easy task, since these are commonly used words. But by equality, do we mean for example equal property, equal power or equal rights for everyone? For 21st century Sweden, for example, is usually thought to be rather equal state, while it is however true that even there everyone

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    It is believed that America was a country founded on religious principles, however as the country aged, the concept of separation of church and state was created. This notion was meant to prevent religious ideas and practices from infiltrating the government. Although many people today accept separation of church and state as normal and effective since its implementation, the truth is the U.S. government has still had an influence in society’s perception of religion. In the nation’s history, the

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    The Current State of the United States Economy

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    that are stating the economy of United States is improving. Many Americans are still without jobs, and do not believe their income can continue to support their families. The cost of purchasing a home is going up in many areas across the country, which is good for the market, but can be bad for the first time homebuyer. Unemployment, expectations, consumer income, interest rates are economic factors that influence individuals behavior and the United States fiscal policy. The following gives examples

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    The United States Department of State

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    or bombarding them will devastating long range artillery. On rare occasions, however, these interactions were done through dialogue and negotiation. States and nations realized that sometimes talking with their neighbors could sometimes be more beneficial than simply raping and pillaging each others villages. The leaders of theses nation-states also came to the obvious conclusion that the average citizen or soldier that might interact with a foreigner more than likely wouldn’t be qualified to

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