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  • University Press [particularly Chapters 9 and 10]. Ali, K. (2006). Sexual ethics and Islam : feminist reflections on Qur'an, hadith, and jurisprudence
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  • Precepts. The Five precepts are: to observe non-killing, non-stealing, non-sexual misconduct, non-false speech, and non-consumption of intoxicants. This is
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  • sexual Australian Sports Commission, sexual harassment, viewed 24th October 2011, http://www.ausport.gov.au/supporting/ethics
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  • 2002 (March), “A Century of Ethics and Professional Anthropology,” Anthropology News 43(3):20. _____, ed., 2003, Ethics and the Profession of Anthropology:
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  • Unlike Roman citizens, they could be subjected to corporal punishment, sexual exploitation (prostitutes were often slaves), torture, and summary execution
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  • history; jurisprudence; philosophy; archaeology; comparative religion; ethics; the history, criticism and theory of the arts; those aspects of social
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  • Applied ethics studies moral issues (like lying and stealing), or moral questions in specific areas (like business or medicine). People who study
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  • Plato, Socrates's pupil, sought to give an objective basis for Socratic Ethics and developed comprehensive Epistemological and Metaphysical theories. Aristotle
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  • still a matter of a realization in a limited space of possibilities—from sexual encounters to artificial insemination—and the associated probabilities.
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  • appropriate to consider the impact of sexual orientation on the use of sexual vocabulary. In a study investigating the use of sexual language amongst genders in
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  • course, fatal violence represents only a small fraction of the physical and sexual violence perpetrated across the world. Available national surveys have reported
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  • of compassion and wisdom. This whole is often expressed visually by the sexual union of a male figure and a female figure, or Yab-Yum, which is sometimes
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  • normally for alimentary purpose. Hunting and gathering involve aggression. Sexual competition among males is normally a display of fitness to improve the
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  • glibness, exploiting, heedlessness, arrogance, delusions of grandeur, sexual promiscuity, low self-control, disregard for morality, lack of acceptance
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  • cannot confirm that this definition is in the references indicated. "In his Ethics and Language, Stevenson defines the term 'persuasive definition' as follows:
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  • morality), followed by needs for love and belonging (friendship, family, sexual intimacy), followed by esteem needs (self-esteem, confidence, achievement
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  • This field concerns the principles of clinical and experimental research ethics and the regulation of research practices, particularly from the perspectives
    56 KB (8,689 words) - 03:19, 13 November 2013
  • slaughtered animals followed the ‘Pythagorean diet’. The philosophical ethics that were the foundation for the Pythagorean diet [missing something?]became
    26 KB (3,495 words) - 12:52, 17 August 2015
  • disease, sexual dysfunction, and sexually related mental disorders; and the routine exchange of information among social workers on sexual assault and
    50 KB (7,877 words) - 18:47, 2 April 2014
  • useful information, make inferences, and develop conclusions. Research ethics: an obvious risk is a bias toward significance for a term 'dominant group'
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