The Greek justification of slavery, as most classically expressed by Aristotle, is not primarily based on a racial point of view of human nature but rather upon a societal view of the necessities . . . .
Wilhelm Wundt was one of the great, founding fathers of modern psychology. His definition of the three main goals of psychology and understanding of the specific elements of thought were some of . . . .
America's wars have historically been a reflection of America's very own cultural tendencies; they're usually enormous in scale, they traditionally consist of a colorful variety of fronts and they . . . .
The Experience of Minority Children and Adolescents in Transracial Foster Care multiracial/cross racial/transracial foster care arrangement can be described as one in which there is a "foster care . . . .
Political thinkers throughout the ages have considered the meaning of citizenship and the relationship that does and/or should exist between the citizen and the state. The meaning of citizenship . . . .
Breathless" in the face of Godard's Sharp and Fragmented Vision of Filmed Sexuality all these things, at first sight...are obstacles to conventional smoothness and logic. Yet they are perfectly . . . .
In his book, From Voting to Violence, Jack Snyder starkly poses some of the most vexing questions for foreign policy analysts during the 1990's. Why was this decade, despite the collapse of the . . . .
Malcolm X, the most influential Black Muslim leader, was a man whose views and personality underwent so many changes that the final version of him bore little or no resemblance to the original one . . . .