8 edition of The passion for equality found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||JC575 .C38 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 193 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||193|
|LC Control Number||87004301|
***UPDATE: March I am currently adapting the print copy of my book, PUSHING THE LIMITS OF THE COLOR LINE, into an eBook. Thus, the print copy is currently unavailable. ***. The passion for equality penetrates the human heart from all directions, it spreads and ﬁlls it entirely. Do not tell men that by giving themselves so blindly to one exclusive passion, they compromise their dearest interests; they are deaf.
Democracy In America Alexis De Tocqueville. Book 2. Influence Of Democracy On The Feelings Of Americans Chapter I: Why Democratic Nations Show A More Ardent And Enduring Love Of Equality Than Of Liberty. The first and most intense passion which is engendered by the equality of conditions is, I need hardly say, the love of that same equality. The Passion for Equality When Democracy in America ’s second volume appeared in , many reviewers noted that it was more critical of democracy than the first volume.
My biggest passion in life is advocating for the equality of underrepresented and marginalized communities, including women, the lower class, those of color, and other groups that are purposefully separated from the dominant, normative society. But as the story progresses, two other motivations get mixed into Equality 's passion for science. One of them is a sense of the power science can bring. It's only once Equality discovers electric light that he seems to fully realize science's usefulness as a tool.
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“The passion for equality is partly a passion for anonymity: to be one thread of the many which make up a tunic; one thread not distinguishable from the others.
No one can then point us out, measure us against others and expose our inferiority.” ― Eric Hoffer. Gornick identifies the "passion for equality" that she shares with Stanton and shows how Stanton’s passion produced her radical democratic thought, which evolved throughout a sixty-year career that lasted from the s until her death in Stanton’s thought prefigured that of.
Tocqueville believed, in Patrick Deneen’s words, that democracies inevitably seek to do away with “any apparent differences” among people—“material, social, or personal.” No distinctions are to be tolerated. In fact, Tocqueville wrote that democratic societies have an inevitable tendency toward pantheism, since, in the end, even a distinction between Creator and created becomes.
presents an analysis of the ideal of equality, a sketch of four important debates surrounding the ideal in American history, and interesting accounts of what would be necessary to achieve equality * Ethics: An International Journal of Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy * Read more.
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THERE is, in fact, a manly and lawful passion for equal ity that incites men to wish all to be powerful and honored. This passion tends to elevate the humble to the rank of the great; but View. Norden: the passion for equality. [Stephen Richards Graubard;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
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Eventually we had to file another lawsuit as well, Garden State Equality v. Dow, to get equal rights in marriage. We also marched and lobbied for rights, including protections for kids in schools, and we spent a significant amount of time in the State House and municipal buildings around the state fighting for equal rights in the law : Thomas Prol.
A passion for equality? Jason Collins Uncategorized Decem Octo 2 Minutes In Benoit Debreuil’s Human Evolution and the Origins of Hierarchies, the opening chapter contains the interesting argument that egalitarian hunter-gatherer societies were not built on a wish for equality.