• Dheeraj
    pollution. Introduction There are two types of the cause of pollution, natural and man-made. Natural pollution occurs naturally and won't cause excessive harm to our lives due to its regeneration ability. While the man-made pollution is caused by human activities, and hard to get rid of. The...
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  • Torts and Damages Midterm Reviewer
    which will result if the alternative course of action is taken by the actor is also considered. a.vi. If the alternative presented to the actor is too costly, the harm that may result may still be considered unforeseeable to a reasonable man. a.vii. Social Value or Utility of Activity...
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  • The Natural Man
    which can be acquired by learning and brought to completion by effort is called conscious activity". Tzu refers to mans fondness as a phenomena that are all products of the emotional nature of man, he view them as "…instinctive and spontaneous" something that he believes "man does not have to do...
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  • Environmental Pollution
    living forms as they are on hire. When man (or anyone else) introduces something extraneous in the natural cycle which positively harms life and creates imbalance, it is known as pollution. Since man is the only life form who has been able to understand nature to some extent, he is the only one in...
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  • Dharma and Socratic Justice.
    quality or habit that brings about any Adharma to the punishee. This Adharma is one of the main reasons that one may get harmed in the first place. So it can be said that dharma actively seeks to avoid harm. Dharma here is trying to give the message that man should hate the sin and not the sinner...
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  • Juriprudence on Homosexuality
    onIntroduction The first part of the referred section 162 of the Penal Code criminalizes having sexual intercourse in a manner which is against the ‘order of nature’ .The second part says that anyone who permits a male person to have sexual intercourse with him/her in a way that is against the...
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  • Rousseau
    extensive political systems and feel as if we escape the harms of nature through the system. Rousseau would argue that creating a political body opens us up for a whole new set of harms. He would in fact claim that these harms are on a much greater scale because no war or oppression would occur...
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  • Essay flooding
    pushing back the boundaries of his kingdom have weakened the intrinsic balance of nature and seized the workings of the system. There is a lot of examples that can show the harm effect of Man on nature: Urbanization: Mexico City is one of the biggest cities in the world. In fact, Mexico is also one...
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  • Law and Morality
    deviation from a society‟s shared morality threatens its existence any more than I assert that any subversive activity threatens its existence. I assert that they are both activities which are capable in their nature of threatening the existence of society so that neither can be put beyond the law...
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  • Revenue Cyce
    nature has basically admitted has benefitand worth, but in fact,the pollution and destruction always happens continuesly. This damage are caused due to human activities itself..If humans imbued with the ability to think, why they can destroy nature? whether there is relation between the human...
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  • pollution
    pollution are smoke from the factories, sewage in drinking Natural pollution-it is the pollution caused bye nature itself. wind born smoke and particulates from such natural events as plain and forest fires, volcanic ash, sand and dust which can spread over a large area of the country side. Any...
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  • Torts Outline
    man, the man of ordinary intelligence & prudence, and determines liability by that e. exceptions "when a man has a distinct defect of such a nature that all can recognize it as making certain precautions impossible, he will not be held answerable for not taking them" - ex: blind man can't...
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  • Karl Marx's Estranged Labor
    very nature, is displaced. In a pre-labor condition mans life was the object of his condition; in a labor condition man exists to labor and his life-activity is reduced to a means of his existence so he can labor. In effect labor necessitates itself in man by supplanting mans true nature with an...
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  • Crime Is a Social Construct
    ; whereas in Saudi Arabia the offender would lose a hand. Deviance can be perceived as being actions or behaviour which although may not be criminal in nature are at odds with the social norms of the society. Promiscuity is legal, though is perceived as deviant (particularly in females due to...
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  • Torts exam notes
    trivial. On the other hand, the ‘risk of physical harm’ may not be ‘significant’ if despite the potentially catastrophic nature of the harm, the risk is very slight. It will be a matter of judgment in each individual case whether a particular recreational activity is ‘dangerous’”. ‘Significant’ is a...
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  • bnashk
    . Fishermen should not harm whales (fish in general) (It is a metaphor for the idea that man should not harm nature). Man should not hurt his own hands by collecting salt, indicating the importance of taking care of his health. The poet also calls for total cessation of all types of wars – be it green wars...
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  • Human Nature
    state of nature. Evidently, this feeling of horror and the yearning to preserve life would then naturally cause humans to search for peace through a social contract and the construction of the Leviathan. Despite the first law of nature, which claims that "that every man ought to endeavor peace, as...
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  • Contemporary Issues in Public Administration
    | Book published in 1995 | Public administration is concerned with the management of public programs. | 21- John Stuart Mill | (1806-1873)England | Mill's On Liberty addresses the nature and limits of the power that can be legitimately exercised by society over the individual. One argument that...
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  • Criminalizing Conduct
    and punishable. Hence, on what basis do we make the colossal leap in distinguishing what is wrong from what is right, and what should be prohibited from what should be allowed? The proceeding paragraphs, which are aimed to be exploratory and expository in nature, will seek to introduce the Harm...
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  • Leisure
    noisy. City man has divorced himself from nature completely. The best way to spend one’s leisure time is to be amidst nature- in a park , or a garden , or a zoo or aviary .This is for the city dweller. The rural native has nature all around him, and so has the best of everything to while away his...
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