Subscribe to the mailing list. I want to talk this morning about social software I want to talk about a pattern I've seen over and over again in social software that supports large and long-lived groups.
He is the author of two monographs: Journal Articles 'Moral Luck: It suggests a way of addressing the pandemic that is not entirely contingent upon extant government policy or the execution of that policy.
The fieldwork for this article led to four subsequent empirically grounded pieces on related subject matter and provides the basis for a potential monograph: This article caught fire amongst academics, jurists and students alike.
It channels shared concerns amongst a close community of court-watchers at specific moment in time about a brace of cases. That colloquy, and my concessions, narrowed the critical bite of difference between us. However, the original piece still taps a concern amongst academics and judges about the thinness of 'some' Constitutional Court judgments: The empirical database upon which we drew enabled us to assess the degree to which new biopharmaceutical technologies - subject to 0 to 4 licensing agreements - are likely to become downstream, commercially viable products.
More importantly, the work's theoretical framework will enable me to compare the strength of patent law regimes in different jurisdictions - ie, South Africa and France -- and determine the extent to which these regimes enhance or diminish innovation in complex biopharmaceutical technologies.
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S Woolman The Selfless Constitution: Experimentalism and Flourishing as Foundations of South Africa's Basic Law This monograph first challenges readers to do something difficult indeed: After weaving together recent revelations in neuroscience, empirical philosophy, behavioural psychology, social capital theory and development economics, the book contends that only a politics that promotes experiments in living and the enhancement of individual capabilities is likely to produce the egalitarian pluralist order to which our Constitution aspires.
By refracting our lawmakers' policies and our courts' decisions through the linked lens of experimentalism and flourishing, the book shows readers just how far we South Africans have come, and how far we still have to go.
The critical essays and the case studies provide some evidence that these polycentric arrangements and public commitments can change the way firms operate and extend the range of public goods that they provide.
Conversations at the Bar, the Bench and the Academy about the South African Constitution These 8 spirited colloquies canvass issues often left unaddressed by legal scholars:Slavery, segregation, abortion, workers' rights, the power of the courts.
These issues have been at the heart of the greatest constitutional controversies in American history. It’s a very dangerous thing to have a White House that can’t with the remotest pretense of competence and governance put together a major policy document on a crucial set of national security issues without inducing an avalanche of litigation and wide diplomatic fallout.
Liles 1 Mark Liles Professor Brown ENG 2 July 2, School Choice – An Educational Custom Fit Imagine if only one size of pants were sold in stores and government regulations. The issue with medical marijuana interferes with the promotion of the common good, but also conflicts with many patients’ individual rights.
Numbers of federal agents have raided dispensaries and homes and seized marijuana plants. Doing this conflicts with a patient’s right to the use of marijuana for medical purposes.
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'The Amazing, Vanishing Bill of Rights' () South African Law Journal - On occasion, it's more important to be interesting than entirely right.