International Relations And The Origins of The Pacific War

Seneca Falls and the Origins of the Women's Rights Movement [Repost]

Sally McMillen - Seneca Falls and the Origins of the Women's Rights Movement
Published: 2008-02-11 | ISBN: 0195182650, 0195393333 | PDF | 320 pages | 2.87 MB
Search Scripture Well: Karaite Exegetes and the Origins of the Jewish Bible Commentary in the Islamic East by Daniel Frank

Search Scripture Well: Karaite Exegetes and the Origins of the Jewish Bible Commentary in the Islamic East (Etudes Sur Le Judaisme Medieval) (No. 29) by Daniel Frank
English | June 2004 | ISBN: 9004139028 | 393 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

The Jewish Bible commentary was created in the Islamic East during the tenth century by scholars seeking a rational, systematic approach to Scripture. Among its earliest champions were the Karaites, scripturalists who denied rabbinic authority. Seeking to restore Judaism to its biblical roots, they wrote numerous commentaries in Judeo-Arabic.

Roman Law and the Origins of the Civil Law Tradition [Repost]  

Posted by ChrisRedfield at April 9, 2015
Roman Law and the Origins of the Civil Law Tradition [Repost]

George Mousourakis - Roman Law and the Origins of the Civil Law Tradition
Published: 2014-12-03 | ISBN: 3319122673 | PDF | 328 pages | 2 MB
Jewish Pesach and the Origins of the Christian Easter: Open Questions in Current Research

Jewish Pesach and the Origins of the Christian Easter: Open Questions in Current Research (Studia Judaica / Forschungen Zur Wissenschaft Des Judentums) by Clemens Leonhard
English | Nov 16, 2006 | ISBN: 3110188570 | ISBN-13: 978-3110188578 | 507 Pages | PDF | 13 MB

The study assesses the main issues in the current debate about the early history of Pesach and Easter and provides new insights into the development of these two festivals. The author argues that the prescriptions of Exodus 12 provide the celebration of the Pesach in Jerusalem with an etiological background
Cults, Territory, and the Origins of the Greek City-State (repost)

Cults, Territory, and the Origins of the Greek City-State by François de Polignac
English | 1 edition | August 15, 1995 | ISBN-10: 0226673340 | 204 pages | PDF | 11.5 Mb

How did the classical Greek city come into being? What role did religion play in its formation? Athens, with its ancient citadel and central religious cult, has traditionally been the model for the emergence of the Greek city-state. But in this original and controversial investigation, Francois de Polignac suggests that the Athenian model was probably the exception, not the rule, in the development of the polis in ancient Greece.
Decade of Transition: Eisenhower, Kennedy, and the Origins of the American-Israeli Alliance [Repost]

Abraham Ben-Zvi - Decade of Transition: Eisenhower, Kennedy, and the Origins of the American-Israeli Alliance
Published: 1998-04-15 | ISBN: 0231112637, 0231112629 | PDF | 250 pages | 3 MB
  	 Natural Science and The Origins of The British Empire (Empires in Perspective)

Pickering & Chatto Publishers
Routledge | 183 pages | 2008 | ISBN:185196889X | PDF | 1 mb

"Natural Science and the Origins of the British Empire" represents a first history of the British Empire that takes account of the sense of empire as intellectual as well as geographic dominion: the historiography of the British Empire, with its preoccupation of empire as geographically unchallenged sovereignty, overlooks the idea of empire as intellectual dominion. Conversely, historians of science have not investigated the way that seventeenth century natural philosophers' concept of empire was intimately connected to England's colonisation of the Atlantic.

International Relations and the Origins of the Pacific War  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at Aug. 4, 2016
International Relations and the Origins of the Pacific War

International Relations and the Origins of the Pacific War by Ko Unoki
2016 | ISBN: 1137572019 | English | 234 pages | PDF | 0.9 MB
Paul and the Rise of the Slave: Death and Resurrection of the Oppressed in the Epistle to the Romans

K. Edwin Bryant, "Paul and the Rise of the Slave: Death and Resurrection of the Oppressed in the Epistle to the Romans"
English | ISBN: 9004296751 | 2016 | 261 pages | PDF | 2 MB
On Voluntary Servitude: False Consciousness and the Theory of Ideology

On Voluntary Servitude: False Consciousness and the Theory of Ideology
Language: English | EPUB / MOBI | ISBN-10: 0674637798 | 1996 | 289 pages | 1 MB / 0.9 MB

Those who approach the history of political thought must pick their way through a veritable elephant’s graveyard of grand theories. This book is aimed at one of the oldest and grandest of them all: the theory of ideology. The Age of Grand Theory has only recently ended, yet it is already hard to recall how many unquestioningly believed in the idea of ideology as false consciousness, most notably in Karl Marx’s version of that idea. Michael Rosen diagnoses the underlying question to which the theory of ideology was meant to provide the answer: “Why do people accept forms of political domination which it is against their interests to accept?” This book provides a historical and critical analysis of that answer and of the way in which it came to be taken for granted in social theory.