Volume 1, Issue 1, Fall 2008

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Volume 1, Issue 1, 2008


Editors: Dr. Andrew Fitz-Gibbon, SUNY Cortland and Anthony J. Nocella, II, Syracuse University
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What if Habermas Went Native?

Mechthild Nagel

Pg. 1-12

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Buddhist Ethics and Non-Human Animals

Lisa Kemmerer

Pg. 13-31

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Arendt on Language and Lying in Politics: Her Insights Applied to the ‘War on Terror’ and the U.S. Occupation of Iraq

Gail Presbey

Pg. 32-62

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Human Trafficking Trends in Nigeria and Strategies for Combating the Crime

Dave-Odigie and Chinenye Patience

Pg. 63-75

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The Language of Violence

Larry Ashley

Pg. 76-85

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Who Is a ‘Terrorist?’ Language and the Case of Domestic ‘Terrorism’

Joshua M. Frank and Pamela Carlisle-Frank

Pg. 85-115

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BOOK REVIEWS

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One Paradigm, Many Worlds: Conflict Resolution across the Disciplines, Edited By Dr. Mitch Rosenwald

Charu Gupta

Pg. 116-120

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Peacekeeping Under Fire: Culture and Intervention, By Robert A. Rubinstein

Kirill Meleshevich

Pg. 121-125

 

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