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Author: Markus Kohl

Phronesis 53 (2008) 152-179 www.brill.nl/phro © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI: 10.1163/156852808X278712 Substancehood and Subjecthood in Aristotle’s Categories Markus Kohl Department of Philosophy, University of California, 314 Moses Hall #2390 Berkeley, CA 94720-2390, USA mkohl

In: Phronesis

’ viral video – a call to emancipatory action against child abduction and enslavement by the central African Lord’s Resistance Army – drew sharp criticism for locating meaningful oppositional political subjecthood in the Global North. In his response to ‘Kony 2012’, Teju Cole inveighed against this

In: Global Responsibility to Protect

emancipatory action against child abduction and enslavement by the central African Lord’s Resistance Army – drew sharp criticism for locating meaningful oppositional political subjecthood in the Global North. In his response to ‘Kony 2012’, Teju Cole inveighed against this pretension to define and dictate the

In: Children and the Responsibility to Protect
Author: Adam Bohnet

China and indeed in Eurasia as a whole, identity and subjecthood became increasingly bureaucratized, as people whose descent linked them with the Ming were treated as representing an essential and immutable category of Ming subjects organized and controlled by the Chosŏn court itself. This

In: Journal of Early Modern History
Author: John Smolenski

, Franklin and his allies inadvertently justified the killings as a potentially appropriate, if brutal and violent, response to an alien foe in a time of war. Pressing this point of inquiry, however perverse it might seem, also sheds light on the uneven evolution of subjecthood and legality in eighteenth

In: Journal of Early Modern History
Author: Smith, Richard

Smith, Richard - Propaganda, Imperial Subjecthood and National Identity in Jamaica during the First World War ISFWWS-Keywords: The French and British Empires | Politics | Home fronts | Literature | Germany | Legacy | Published memoirs and biographies | Experience of combat Publication Editor

In: Brill's Digital Library of World War I
Author: Sean Pollock

between Russian tsars and Caucasus chiefs. They, too, understood that the relationship was one of non-equals. As a result, they consistently characterized such relations in terms of natives’ subject status in relation to the tsar – in other words, in terms of Russian subjecthood. Based on the letters

In: Canadian-American Slavic Studies
Author: Will Smiley

international legal system which largely recognizes individuals only through the states of which they are citizens, 12 this seems natural—but it was far from obvious in the eighteenth century. Religious sympathies, social status, and bonds of loyalty, more than legal subjecthood, 13 governed the release of

In: Turkish Historical Review
Author: Tijana Krstić

confessionalization—as well as those who mediated these trends across imperial boundaries—shaped the Ottoman elites’ thinking on law, sovereignty, subjecthood, and extraterritoriality. The Carazo Affair and Its Participants The author of the cited dispatch, bailo Cristoforo Valier, was a seasoned Venetian

In: Oriente Moderno
Author: Simon Coghlan

” or just “humanism”—“implies” (b). But the separation of these two claims is important for the purposes of an essay that explores how a kind of ethical humanism (for there could be many kinds) may be essentially involved in one kind of rejection of claim (b) about the impoverished ethical subjecthood

In: Society & Animals