Important meeting of Jouthe with the private sector – Croix-des-Bouquets in the fight against Covid-19 – « Electric » meeting with Taiwan – Comments from former PM Lafontant – Did you know ? – Municipal Civil Protection Committees in the field…
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Landscape, Nature, and the Body Politic From Britain’s Renaissance to America’s New World Kenneth Robert Olwig Foreword by Yi-Fu Tuan
A masterful work of scholarship with implications for geography, literature, theater, history, political science, law, and environmental studies Landscape, Nature, and the Body Politic explores the origins and lasting influences of two contesting but intertwined discourses that persist today when we use the words landscape, country, scenery, nature, national. In the first sense, the land is a physical and bounded body of terrain upon which the nation state is constructed (e.g., the purple mountain majesties above the fruited plain, from sea to shining sea). In the second, the country is constituted through its people and established through time and precedence (e.g., land where our fathers died, land of the Pilgrims’ pride). Kenneth Robert Olwig’s extended exploration of these discourses is a masterful work of scholarship both broad and deep, which
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The Political Compass™ is an online test, made in the UK by a political journalist and a professor of social history. It places people’s political views on two axes instead of the traditional left-to-right axis.
The compass uses two axis to assign political views, a technique used by the earlier Nolan Chart and Pournelle Chart as well as a number of other political charts. It has the same “corners” as the Nolan chart, which has led some to view it as an unattributed use of the Nolan Chart. However, the economic/social axes are rotated 135 degrees:
Note that the above are not “conversions” that hold true in every individual; while the Clintons, for example, would be regarded as liberal by the Nolan Chart for not wanting to completely privatize Social Security, the
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