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Android

Android ebook ISBN: 1618971247
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Author: Paul J. Ward
Number of Pages: 446 
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Humans and androids are learning to co-exist as equals, but there are many opposers who seek to subvert their own creations and rule with absolute power ...Humans, with their android creations loyally at their side, have colonised the Moon and Mars. The Earth and Colonies Defence Service (ECDS) keeps the colonies and space lanes safe. On Earth, the Android Protectorate League, led by the enigmatic android leader Traviod Selius, campaign for android rights legislation. However, they are strongly opposed by the Anti-Android Faction (AAF). Following the approval of the Human and Android Cohabitation Act, ECDS Chief of Operations Nakaar Bacvor and co-conspirators form the military wing of the AAF. The AAF attack the Moon and Mars colonies, but are repulsed by ECDS forces. On Earth, with the AAF seemingly defeated, humans and androids unite to create the city of Utopia. Threats from a reformed, more powerful AAF emerges and the crew of the ECDS flagship Harmonia must formulate a defence. The mysterious Evolved Androids appear on Earth with a sytoid child called Eirini, who has strange powers. Utopian Enforcement officer Rul Calibra becomes her unlikely guardian and protector.Humankind's destiny hangs in the balance in the first series installment ANDROID: Earth - Book One of the ANDROID Saga. Paul J. Ward was born in 1969 in Lincolnshire, England, on the day of the historic Apollo 11 moon landing. He has been fascinated by space exploration and technological developments his whole life. This is his first novel. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/PaulJWar

War, Aggression and Self-Defence

War, Aggression and Self-Defence ebook ISBN: 9781139448222
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Yoram Dinstein
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Yoram Dinstein's seminal textbook is an essential guide to the legal issues of war and peace, armed attack, self-defence and enforcement measures taken under the aegis of the Security Council. This fourth edition incorporates new material on the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, response to armed attacks by terrorists, recent resolutions adopted by the Security Council, and the latest pronouncements of the International Court of Justice. In addition, several new sections consider consent by States to the use of force (as expressed either ad hoc or by treaty); an armed attack by non-State actors; the various phases in the Gulf War up to the occupation of Iraq in 2003 and beyond; and immunities from jurisdiction. With many segments being rewritten to reflect recent State practice, this book remains a comprehensive and highly readable introduction to the legal issues surrounding war and self-defence. An indispensable tool for students and practitioners.

Utopias and the Millennium

Utopias and the Millennium ebook ISBN:
Publisher: University of Washington Press
Author: Captain John Stewart
Number of Pages: 164 
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Anarchy, State, and Utopia

Anarchy, State, and Utopia ebook ISBN: 0465063748
Publisher: Hachette UK
Author: Robert Nozick
Number of Pages: 384 
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The foundational text of libertarian thought, named one of the 100 Most Influential Books since World War II (Times Literary Supplement) First published in response to John Rawls' A Theory of Justice, Robert Nozick's Anarchy, State, and Utopia has become a defining text of classic libertarian thought. Challenging and ultimately rejecting liberal, socialist, and conservative agendas, Nozick boldly asserts that the rights of individuals are violated as a state's responsibilities increase -- and that the only way to avoid these violations is the creation of a minimalist state limited to the enforcement of contracts and to protection against force, fraud, and theft. Winner of the National Book Award and translated into over one hundred languages, Anarchy, State and Utopia remains one of the most theoretically trenchant and philosophically rich defenses of economic liberalism to date. With an introduction by philosopher Thomas Nagel, this edition brings Nozick and his work to today's generation of readers.

The Utopia of Film

The Utopia of Film ebook ISBN: 0231160984
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Author: Christopher Pavsek
Number of Pages: 304 
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The German filmmaker Alexander Kluge has long promoted cinema's relationship with the goals of human emancipation. Jean-Luc Godard and Filipino director Kidlat Tahimik also believe in cinema's ability to bring about what Theodor W. Adorno once called a "redeemed world," even in the face of new cultural and technological challenges. In three groundbreaking essays, Christopher Pavsek showcases these utopian visions, drawing attention to their strengths, weaknesses, and undeniable impact on film's political evolution. Pavsek approaches Godard, Tahimik, and Kluge as thinkers first, situating their films within debates over social revolution, utopian ideals, and the unrealized potential of utopian thought and action. He replays the battle these artists waged against Hollywood interests, the seduction of other digital media, and the privileging of mass entertainment over cinema's progressive, revolutionary roots.

The Utopia of Rules

The Utopia of Rules ebook ISBN: 1612193757
Publisher: Melville House
Author: David Graeber
Number of Pages: 272 
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From the author of the international bestseller Debt: The First 5,000 Years comes a revelatory account of the way bureaucracy rules our lives Where does the desire for endless rules, regulations, and bureaucracy come from? How did we come to spend so much of our time filling out forms? And is it really a cipher for state violence? To answer these questions, the anthropologist David Graeber—one of our most important and provocative thinkers—traces the peculiar and unexpected ways we relate to bureaucracy today, and reveals how it shapes our lives in ways we may not even notice…though he also suggests that there may be something perversely appealing—even romantic—about bureaucracy. Leaping from the ascendance of right-wing economics to the hidden meanings behind Sherlock Holmes and Batman, The Utopia of Rules is at once a powerful work of social theory in the tradition of Foucault and Marx, and an entertaining reckoning with popular culture that calls to mind Slavoj Zizek at his most accessible. An essential book for our times, The Utopia of Rules is sure to start a million conversations about the institutions that rule over us—and the better, freer world we should, perhaps, begin to imagine for ourselves.

Utopia

Utopia ebook ISBN: 9781770482609
Publisher: Broadview Press
Author: Thomas More
Number of Pages: 148 
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This volume includes the full text of More’s 1516 classic, Utopia, together with a wide range of background contextual materials. For this edition the G.C. Richards translation has been substantially revised and modernized by William P. Weaver of Baylor University. As with other volumes in this series, the text and annotations in this edition are taken from The Broadview Anthology of British Literature, acclaimed as “the new standard” in the field. Appendices include illustrations from early editions; relevant passages from the Bible and from Plato; excerpts from More’s 1534 Dialogue of Comfort against Tribulation that have been cited for their alleged relevance to the debate over whether or not More himself espoused the “communist” principles of the Utopia he imagined.

Paradoxes of Utopia

Paradoxes of Utopia ebook ISBN: 184935006X
Publisher: AK Press
Author: Juan Suriano
Number of Pages: 312 
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A social history of revolutionary ideas and lifestyles.

Trouble in Utopia

Trouble in Utopia ebook ISBN: 1438407084
Publisher: SUNY Press
Author: Dan Horowitz,Moshe Lissak
Number of Pages: 357 
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This book provides a thorough and detailed examination of Israeli institutions and how they function. It explains the decline in effectiveness of the government and the spread of cultural malaise in the Israel of the eighties. Horowitz and Lissak trace the integrative and disintegrative trends in Israel and show how a society that had laid the foundations for a cohesive Jewish nation-state became increasingly vulnerable to centrifugal forces. The book not only reflects a broad and comprehensive approach, but also focuses on themes that cut across institutional structures, such as the weakening of social and political cohesion in an overburdened polity.

Strands of Utopia

Strands of Utopia ebook ISBN: 1905981147
Publisher: MHRA
Author: Michael Gerard Kelly
Number of Pages: 269 
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The poetic is an abiding yet elusive qualification within the discursive system of twentieth-century French literature. No longer amenable to formal assignment, its recurrences delimit a shifting, multi-layered practice of artistic and intellectual (self-) invention. This study attempts to outline certain durable properties of that practice by confronting it with the complex theoretical and spatial metaphor of utopia. Drawing, in particular, upon the oeuvres of Victor Segalen (1878-1919), Rene Daumal (1908-44) and Yves Bonnefoy (b. 1923), it traces poetic work - work done in support of poetic difference - along the social, physical and textual axes of what is argued to be a sustained and radically inclusive utopian practice within the literary field. The complex utopian quality of poetic work is linked to the cultural persistence of the poetic as a simple attribute within literary practice. In uncovering this link, the study encourages revised understandings of both the poetic and the utopian in the modern French literary context.

Globalization, Utopia and Postcolonial Science Fiction

Globalization, Utopia and Postcolonial Science Fiction ebook ISBN: 1137283572
Publisher: Springer
Author: E. Smith
Number of Pages: 244 
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This study considers the recent surge of science fiction narratives from the postcolonial Third World as a utopian response to the spatial, political, and representational dilemmas that attend globalization.

The United Utopian States of America

The United Utopian States of America ebook ISBN: 1467822159
Publisher: Author House
Author: Dave Sampson
Number of Pages: 212 
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“The United Utopian States of America” is a politically inspired book that points out numerous things that liberals in power are doing to compromise the safety, independence, and well being of our country. It depicts a nation that the liberals are working so hard to achieve. It then destroys the concepts and logic the liberals use in an attempt to further their push towards “a perfect world.” The author uses humor, sarcasm, and more common sense than can be found in the entire Democratic Party, to entertain as well as alert Americans of the danger posed by the liberal agenda. If America wishes to continue to thrive as a world leader, Americans need to become more aware of the things being done internally in our country that jeopardize that possibility. By banning drilling on domestic soil, liberals insure our dependence on foreign nations. By forcing our soldiers to fight “sensitive” battles liberals deny them the ability to win wars. By removing Christianity from all aspects of American society, liberals insure eventual chaos and the moral breakdown of our country. By excusing bad behavior by pointing to worse behavior, liberals prove they are unfit leaders and miserably unable to keep our nation strong, respected and admired. This book is a great way to look at what the left considers utopia and at the same time shows us exactly why the perfect world will be forever unattainable. It also points out how dangerous it would be to allow the left to implement it’s plan to create an American utopia. When a liberal makes demands he’s actually selling you something you really don’t want. When he tells you something, it’s a pretty good bet your getting less than half the truth on any given matter. It’s not a good idea to trust liberals with the security of our nation and it’s an even worse idea to ignore their efforts to further their agenda. By ignoring their ridiculous claims and ideas, we’ve allowed liberals to get a foothold and with that they’ve been able to gain ground. In fact, if we don’t put and end to their foolishness soon this land won’t be “ours” anymore. It will be theirs. Please enjoy “The United Utopian States of America,” and please be aware of the harm directed at our nation by liberals in the modern Democratic Party. Tell your friends and family to vote and to vote “Right” if you wish to continue enjoying freedom and prosperity here in America.

Utopian Moments

Utopian Moments ebook ISBN: 1849666857
Publisher: A&C Black
Author: J. C. Davis,Miguel Ángel Ramiro Avilés
Number of Pages: 192 
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Within literature, history, politics, philosophy and theology, the interpretation of utopian ideals has evolved constantly. Juxtaposing historical views on utopian diagnoses, prescriptions and on the character and value of utopian thought with more modern interpretations, this volume explores how our ideal utopia has transformed over time. Challenging long-held interpretations, the contributors turn a fresh eye to canonical texts, and open them up to a twenty-first century audience. From Moore's Utopia to Le Guin's The Dispossessed, Utopian Moments puts forward a lively and accessible debate on the nature and significance of utopian thought and tradition. Each essay focuses on a key passage from the selected work using it to encourage both the specialist and the reader new to the field to read afresh. Written by an international team of leading scholars, the essays range from the sixteenth century to the present day and are designed to be both stimulating and accessible.

Ideology and Utopia in the United States, 1956-1976

Ideology and Utopia in the United States, 1956-1976 ebook ISBN: 9780195021073
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Author: Irving Louis Horowitz
Number of Pages: 464 
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This volume covers such wide-ranging topics as political assassination, government sponsored social research, and covert operation of American bureaucracy.

History and Utopia

History and Utopia ebook ISBN: 9780226106762
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Author: E. M. Cioran
Number of Pages: 126 
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Romanian born E.M. Cioran, who lived in Paris until his death in 1995, writes of politics, of history, and of the utopian dream. "Cioran has a claim to be regarded as among the handful of original minds . . . writing today".--NEW YORK TIMES.

Utopia

Utopia ebook ISBN: 9781886365100
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Author: Alice Stroup
Number of Pages: 224 
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Utopia

Utopia ebook ISBN:
Publisher:
Author: David Lee Rubin
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