OAI Archive: Teeside University's Research Repository
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- Shaking the Foundations: On the Moral Economy of Criminal Justice.Philip Whitehead & Paul Crawshaw - unknown
- Plato, Politics and a Practical Utopia : Social Constructivism and Civic Planning in the 'Laws'.K. R. Moore - unknownDealing with themes of urban planning, constitutionalism, utopianism and social construction theory, this book analyses the city of Magnesia, Plato’s second-best city-state in his Laws, as if it were an actual city-state. The book details the demographics, economics, military capabilities and polity of Magnesia using (post)modern critical theory and contemporary data on ancient city-states.
- Classical Democracy: A Model for the Modern World?K. R. Moore - unknown
- Persaeus of Citium: A Lapsed Stoic?K. R. Moore - unknown
- Was Pythagoras Ever Really in Sparta?K. R. Moore - unknown
- Jazz in the UK - a Philosophical Dilemma for Marketing?N. K. Dennis & Michael Macaulay - unknownMarketing is commonly identified as a philosophy rather than a simple business practice and, as such, it sometimes encounters specifically philosophical problems. By looking at the difficulties surrounding the marketing of jazz music in the UK this paper sets out to investigate one of these problems - how can we market a product that we cannot define? By common consent there is no objective definition of jazz, which makes it almost impossible for a listener to identify or recognise what they (...)No categories