5 edition of What"s wrong with the law? found in the catalog.
What"s wrong with the law?
|Statement||[By] Lord Devlin [and others. Edited by Michael Zander.|
|Contributions||Devlin, Patrick, baron, 1905-, Zander, Michael, ed., British Braodcasting Corporation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 126 p.|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||70487522|
Kerby Anderson examines The Secret and The Law of Attraction from a biblical perspective and finds it teaches a dangerous mixture of half truths and outright lies. Rhonda Byrne and The Secret. The book is called The Secret, but it didn’t remain a secret for very long. Already the book has sold more than three million copies, and there are. The Book of Tobit, also referred to as Tobias, believed to have been written early in the second century B.C., recounts the story of a man named Tobit and his family exiled to living in Nineveh shortly after the fall of the Northern Kingdom of Israel in B.C. Tobit and his family strive to love and honor God and act as righteous followers of.
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Radha D'Souza teaches law at the University of Westminster, London. She is a social justice activist, a writer, critic and commentator. She is author of What's Wrong with Rights?(Pluto, ) and Interstate Disputes Over Krishna Waters (Orient Longman, ) and works with the Campaign Against Criminalising Communities (CAMPACC) in the UK.
A passionate and informed critique of mainstream economics from one of the leading economic thinkers of our time This insightful book looks at how mainstream economics’ quest for scientific certainty has led to a narrowing of vision Whats wrong with the law?
book a convergence on an orthodoxy that is unhealthy for the field, not to mention the societies which base policy decisions on the advice of flawed.
―Elizabeth S. Scott, University Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law “What's Wrong with Children's Rights shows how talk of both "children's rights" and "parental rights" can mask other social values that may not serve children's needs.
This provocative book needed to be written and Martin Guggenheim is the ideal author.”Cited by: The book’s message is harsh: There is nothing wrong with black America that is not the fault of black Americans.
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The law professor was upset but he got some pushback on why "free speech" warranted the criticism including vis-a-vis other interests. Likewise, I believe this book was discussed on Concurring Opinions Blog and someone replied upset about the author's disrespect of free speech.
But, he actually has a mixed opinion there, as you say. Evan Whitton: That law, it's a rule of evidence, the right of silence, privilege against self-incrimination, actually there are figures to suggest that it gets off, by itself, 25% of guilty accused.
"John Corvino's new book, What's Wrong with Homosexuality?, is stunning in its clarity and logic. Corvino's is that rare combination of a brilliant and logical mind, and a warm and human heart.
He is particularly adept and helpful in critiquing the natural law arguments against homosexuality, and teasing apart the various nature/nurture Reviews: Some claims in The Secret are simply factually wrong, and so fall apart under their own weight when scrutinized. Specifically, The Secret claims that quantum physics supports and explains the "Law of Attraction".
At its most superficial, this claim sounds reasonable to the uncritical layperson because attraction sounds like magnetism which is a. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages 22 cm: Contents: Need the law be obscure. / Leslie Scarman --Is there equality before the law?/ Anthony Lester --Is the law too rigid?/ Norman S.
Marsh --Does the law adequately protect the individual against the state?/ J.R. Warren Evans --The legal profession / Morris Finer --Should accident cases be taken away.
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The most obvious laws that are not universal is. According to the book A History of Murphy's Law by author Nick T. Spark, differing recollections years later by various participants make it impossible to pinpoint who first coined the saying Murphy's law's name supposedly stems from an attempt to use new measurement devices developed by Edward phrase was coined in adverse reaction to something Murphy said when his devices.
The Secret actually requires that you never doubt yourself, never consider negative repercussions, and never indulge in negative thoughts.
5 This is the confirmation bias on steroids and it can be dangerous: taking on risky business ventures or investments, ignoring red flag behaviors from a romantic partner, denying personal problems or health. They even allow a U.S. president to decree an end to a strike.
The existing labor-law regime is designed to tame workers in the interests of “industrial peace,” not to promote their interests. So, by all means, repeal the NLRA and all the state right-to-work laws.
The government needs to get out of the labor-law business. Most works on moral psychology direct our attention to the positive role morality plays for us as individuals, as a society, even as a species. In What's Wrong with Morality?, C. Daniel Batson takes a different approach: he looks at morality as a problem.
The problem is not that it is wrong to be moral, but that our morality often fails to produce these intended results. The Book of Leviticus (/ l ɪ ˈ v ɪ t ɪ k ə s /) is the third book of the Torah and of the Old Testament; scholars generally agree that it developed over a long period of time, reaching its present form during the Persian Period between BC.
Most of its chapters (1–7, 11–27) consist of God's speeches to Moses, which God commands Moses to repeat to the Israelites. Back in Juneconservative commentator Rush Limbaugh spent many minutes on his radio show extolling Alan Dershowitz, the renowned defense lawyer and Harvard Law School wrong,” Toobin.News Can He Say That?
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