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  1. Dictadura, “estado de sitio” y provocatio ad populum en la obra de Mommsen

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    Fabio Espitia Garzón

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available En esta contribución el autor vuelve al emblemático Römisches Staatsrecht (Derecho Público Romano de Mommsen, para establecer en qué medida, al abordar los temas de la dictadura y la provocatio ad populum, el imponente jurista alemán también adoptó la ideología burguesa, y al hacerlo sobrepuso ideas y esquemas extraños a las concepciones romanas, desconociendo la especificidad de las distintas atribuciones otorgadas en la dictadura romana. El autor indica que la visión de la dictadura romana de Mommsen refleja la concepción que sobre la misma tuvo ya Montesquieu, desconociendo que esta magistratura era una summa potestas limitada que sólo en algunos casos supuso ejercicio discrecional de la represión criminal, de allí la fácil confusión con la tiranía como forma de gobierno, propia del pensamiento burgués. Así mismo, el autor señala que la reconstrucción de Mommsen desconoce también a Maquiavelo, quien aseveraba que nunca ningún dictador causó a la república más que beneficios, y resaltaba su temporalidad y limitados poderes, y a Rousseau, quien recordaba que un dictador podía en ciertos casos suspender las libertades públicas sin poder nunca atentar contra ellas.

  2. The Gender of Authorship: Heiner Müller and Christa Wolf

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    Helen Fehervary

    1980-09-01

    Full Text Available The relationship between sexuality and politics has always been an underlying assumption of the avant-garde. In recent East German avant-garde literature, the notion of authorship as production has become associated with technological rationality and the patriarchal socialist state. The ensuing crisis of the traditional male author has thus led necessarily to a radicalization of subjectivity and to the politics of gender. A comparison of two contemporary texts, one by a female author, one by a male, shows that the crisis of authorship assumes two distinctly different forms when differences in gender are taken into account. The East German authors Heiner Müller and Christa Wolf have exhibited remarkably similar literary and political developments. Two of their most recent texts, Mülller's Hamletmachine and Wolf's No Place. Nowhere , both address the problematic of traditional male authorship and the disintegration of a preconceived literary gender identity. Yet, these two texts exemplify very different assumptions about the relationship between authorship and the literary tradition. Müller's text suggests the imprisonment of the male author within a petrified system of tradition and images, and hence the necessity of deconstruction. Wolf's text manifests a process of creating a new form of female-identified authorship and the possibility of redefining the tradition of literature and its future.

  3. «Eu era Hamlet»: o desejo de substituição em Hamletmaschine, de Heiner Müller

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    Gomes, Miguel Ramalhete

    2009-01-01

    «I was Hamlet»: desire for substitution in Heiner Müller’s Hamletmaschine. In this essay I propose a reading of Heiner Müller’s play Hamletmaschine (1977) as a radical exercise in rewriting William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. As a follow-up to his translation of Hamlet into German, Müller writes this nine-page play as a comment to the political situation in Eastern Europe in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Because of its size, the play strikes us as a dense form, close to the fragment form, foreshadow...

  4. Espaços livres para a fantasia: descrição de imagem, de Heiner Müller

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    Luciano Gatti

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available O artigo aborda a peça Descrição de imagem, de Heiner Müller, como um exemplo de sua dramaturgia tardia. Pela análise dos diversos movimentos do texto, busca-se entender a qualificação, dada pelo próprio Müller em sua autobiografia, da peça como um autodrama, termo que remeteria, segundo a hipótese do artigo, a um confronto com o gênero brechtiano da peça de aprendizagem (Lehrstück.

  5. The Gender of Authorship: Heiner Müller and Christa Wolf

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    Helen Fehervary

    1980-01-01

    The relationship between sexuality and politics has always been an underlying assumption of the avant-garde. In recent East German avant-garde literature, the notion of authorship as production has become associated with technological rationality and the patriarchal socialist state. The ensuing crisis of the traditional male author has thus led necessarily to a radicalization of subjectivity and to the politics of gender. A comparison of two contemporary texts, one by a female author, one by ...

  6. Review: Christine von Blanckenburg, Birgit Böhm, Hans-Luidger Dienel & Heiner Legewie (2005. Leitfaden für interdisziplinäre Forschergruppen: Projekte initiieren – Zusammenarbeit gestalten [Guidelines for Interdisciplinary Research Teams: Initiating Projects—Developing Cooperation

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    Iris Rittenhofer

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available Today, project-oriented work is an integral part of academic life. However, not all academics are ready to cope with this organizational aspect of scientific work or with the management of research teams. "Guidelines for Interdisciplinary Research Teams" provides a detailed outline of the various project stages, the potential conflicts and burgeoning power issues, as well as the basics and techniques of moderation. This volume offers excellent insight into the scientific enterprise and provides useful strategic options for managing teamwork. Thus, the volume is suitable for two purposes, namely as a set of guidelines for those inexperienced in scientific cooperation, and as a reference book for those who want to master their previous project experiences and utilize them in future enterprises. However, the intercultural aspect of scientific project organization is not discussed in the volume. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0801179

  7. Keerulised ja põnevad / Tõnu Kaalep

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    Kaalep, Tõnu, 1966-2018

    2009-01-01

    22. oktoobril Tallinnas Rock Cafes toimunud ansambli KTU (Kimmo Pohjonen, Lee Patrick Mastelotto, Trey Gunn) kontserdist ja 25. oktoobril Salme Kultuurikeskuses etendunud Heiner Goebbelsi lavastusest "Eraritjaritjaka"

  8. Masinlikud mahhinatsioonid ja vapustav mustkunst : Kaasaegse muusikateatri mäng ootustega festivalil NYYD '09 / Gerhard Lock

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    Lock, Gerhard, 1978-

    2009-01-01

    Festivalil NYYD 2009 (20.-25. oktoober), mis oli pühendatud teatri- ja multimeediaprojektidele, etendunud multimeedialavastustest: Saksa helilooja Heiner Goebbelsi lavastusest Eraritjaritjaka, prantsuse helilooja Georges Aperghis'e lavastusest Machinations

  9. DE RECHTSVRAAG DER CHRISTENVERVOLGINGEN IN HET ...

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    godsdienst, maar om allerlei crimina, anders is de rechter niet in beweging te brengen. Dit wist het volk en beschuldigde daarom maar raak. Dere. EusEBius, h.e., VII, ll,6epitokütaphy3tntrepesthüi. *") TH. MoMMSEN, Der Reitgiotis/ret'e! nach róm. Recht, Hist. Zeitschr. 64, 1890,. S. 389. Röm. Strafrecht, IV, 1, Abschn. 85.

  10. Der er fuld religionsfrihed i Danmark, men..

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    Christoffersen, Lisbet

    2018-01-01

    Artiklen analyserer en rapport, udgivet af FN's special rapporteur on Freedom of Religion and Belief, Heiner Bielefeldt. Rapporten vedrører Danmark. Analysen tilslutter sig rapporten på de fleste punkter, men kritiserer begrebet 'blød diskrimination'; kritiserer at rapporten ikke er gået tættere på...

  11. NYYDi vabastav hingamine / Margit Tõnson

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    Tõnson, Margit, 1978-

    2009-01-01

    Uue muusika festivalil NYYD`09 raames 20. oktoobril Von Krahli Teatris etendunud Märt-Matis Lille kammerooperist "Indiate uurimine", 23. oktoobril Kanuti Gildi saalis Mart Kangro, Taavi Kerikmäe ja Ansambli U koostöös valminud lavastusest "Harmoonia" ja 25. oktoobril Salme Kultuurikeskuses etendunud Heiner Goebbelsi lavastusest "Eraritjaritjaka"

  12. Uudiseid maailmast / Nele-Eva Steinfeld

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    Steinfeld, Nele-Eva

    2012-01-01

    Lühisõnumid: Saksamaal plaanitakse lõpetada kahe sümfooniaorkestri tegevus. Preemia Perahiale. Stockhauseni ooper "Mittwoch" tuleb lavale suveolümpia linnas Londonis. Heiner Goebbels pälvis Ibseni preemia. Poola Raadio koor lõpetab tegevuse. Saksamaa keelpillikvartetid lõid ametiühingu. Rolando Villazon lavastajaks. Aleksander Arutjunjan 1920-2012. Jne.

  13. Décès - French version only

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    2005-01-01

    C'est avec une profonde tristesse que ses collègues et amis ont appris la disparition de Heiner Herr le 19 janvier, des suites d'une longue et cruelle maladie. Au début des années 80, Heiner participa à l'aventure de l'anneau de refroidissement de particules ICE au CERN. C'est à cette époque qu'il donna à une de ses inventions le nom de sa fille aînée : ELENA. Refroidir des particules n'a pas dû être particulièrement facile pour cet homme chaleureux qu'était Heiner. C'est sans doute pourquoi il a aussi largement contribué pendant les années 80 à l'utilisation de ICE dans un pays du Nord pour construire à Uppsala l'anneau Celsius. Les enseignements de ICE permirent par la suite d'obtenir de grandes quantités d'anti-protons, l'une des clés de la découverte des bosons W et Z. Par un juste retour des choses c'est dans l'expérience DELPHI, consacrée à l'étude fine de ces bosons Z et W, que Heiner allait se lancer ensuite. Son rôle dans DELPHI a été majeur et multiple. Tout d'abord, p...

  14. NYYD 09 : Terav skalpell ja soojad peegeldused / Evi Arujärv

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    Arujärv, Evi, 1953-

    2009-01-01

    20.-25. oktoobrini toimunud rahvusvahelisest uue muusika festivalist NYYD, keskmeks olid muusikateater ja multimeediaprojektid. Saksa helilooja Heiner Goebbelsi lavastusest Eraritjaritjaka, prantsuse helilooja Georges Aperghis'e lavastusest Machinations, Märt-Matis Lille kammerooperist "Indiate uurimine", Mart Kangro ja Ansambel U: lavatükist "Harmoonia"

  15. Nachkriegsmoderne als Herausforderung. Kontrasträume zwischen West und Ost in DEFA-Filmen der fünziger Jahre

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    Dorgerloh, Annette

    2014-01-01

    Die DEFA-Filme "Frauenschicksale" (1952, R: Slatan Dudow), "Spielbankaffäre" (1957, R: Arthur Pohl) und "Das Leben beginnt" (1959, R: Heiner Carow) stehen im Zentrum von Überlegungen zu szenographierten Kontrasträumen des Kalten Krieges im Film der fünfziger Jahre. In allen diesen Filme erleben junge Frauen die Verlockungen der westlichen Konsumkultur als Herausforderung, der sie zu unterliegen drohen, ehe es ihnen gelingt, sich in jeweils schmerzhaften Prozessen davon zu befreien. Angesich...

  16. Spatial Displays and Spatial Instruments

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    1989-01-01

    assistance and to Evi Fricke, Werner Haustein , Werner Mohren, Stephen R. Ellis, and Heiner Deubel for their valuable contributions to...by Harris et al. (1979) at the Mayo Clinic and Herman et al. (1984) at the University of Pennsylvania in the area of medical imaging. In 1983, Jaffey...graphics techniques for interactive visualization of data based on surface representations. The groundwork for this was done by Herman et al. Work

  17. Clinical Effects and Antivenom Use for Snake Bite Victims Treated at Three US Hospitals in Afghanistan

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    2013-01-01

    been observed with Crotalidae polyvalent immune Fab therapy after crotaline snake envenomation.9 Additionally, fasciotomy, amputation, or other...purified, equine -derived F(ab)2 fragments and are able to treat a variety of the most commonly encountered vipers and elapids (including cobras) in the...antivenom therapy for severe crotaline snakebite. Ann Emerg Med. 2011;57:128–137. Heiner et al416

  18. The first component of the Palais de l'Equilibre arrives at CERN.

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    Patrice Loïez

    2003-01-01

    Jean-Luc Baldy, Head of CERN civil engineering; Heiner Rieder, from the company appointed by the Swiss Confederation; Thomas B chi, wood-engineer from the Charpente-Concept SA; Carlo Wyss, CERN director for accelerators, and Hervé Dessinoz, the architect, in front of the keystone of the Palais de l'Equilibre.This was given to CERN by the Swiss Confederation to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of CERN and renamed the Globe of Science and Innovation.

  19. From Citizen Militia to Professional Military: Transformation of the Roman Army

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    2007-06-15

    7H. H. Scullard, From the Gracchi to Nero : A History of From from 133 B.C. to A.D. 68, 5th ed. (Methun and Co., Ltd., 1959; reprint University...Paperback 1982), 52. 8Mommsen, The History of Rome, vol. 3, 442. 9H. H. Scullard, From the Gracchi to Nero : A History of From from 133 B.C. to A.D. 68... Claudius , regaining the same size and territory as it was under Herod. Later again lost a client state status it was finally annexed and run as a

  20. Towards critical aspects of Confucianism

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    Dunaj Ľubomír

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper consists of two parts. The first deals with the issue of whether it is possible to coherently employ the term ‘critical Confucian’ in general, i.e. whether it is a paradox or oxymoron. It will be argued that Confucianism should not be identified with any particular ideology and, therefore, can be critical. This critical potential, in turn, can be developed by bringing it into dialogue with Critical Theory. As such, the second part indicates, in an introductory way, some possible overlaps between Confucianism and Critical Theory by comparing Heiner Roetz’s and Axel Honneth’s respective interpretations of these traditions.

  1. Sexing Berlin?

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    Dahlke, Birgit

    2011-01-01

    Berlin has always been a literary space of extremely diverse political and cultural projections. This essay investigates why after the unification of East and West Berlin the city has been imagined as a play zone of sexual self-fulfilment by authors such as Inka Parei, Tanja Dückers, Kathrin Röggla, Judith Hermann and Julia Franck. Have such erotic adventures replaced political vision in our post-utopian decade? What is the purpose of the laboured allegorisation of the fall of the wall in Durs Grünbein's essays or in the novels of Katja Lange-Müller and Thomas Hettche? The sexification of historical and political processes recalls similar stereotypes in the East German literature of the 1980s: the metropolis as a whore in works by Heiner Müller or Wolf Biermann, but also by younger authors of the independent literary scene in Berlin like Uwe Kolbe or Frank-Wolf Matthies.

  2. Alcohol use and policy formation: an evolving social problem.

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    Levine, Amir

    2012-01-01

    This article explores the evolutionary course that the social problem of alcohol use has taken in the United States since the Colonial Era. This article utilizes a range of theoretical models to analyze the evolving nature of alcohol use from an unrecognized to a perceived social problem. The models used include critical constructionism (Heiner, 2002), top-down policy model (Dye, 2001) and Mauss'(1975) understanding of social problems and movements. These theoretical constructs exhibit the relative nature of alcohol use as a social problem in regards to a specific time, place, and social context as well as the powerful and influential role that social elites have in defining alcohol asa social problem. Studies regarding the development of alcohol policy formation are discussed to illuminate the different powers, constituents, and factors that play a role in alcohol policy formation.Finally, implications for future study are discussed [corrected].

  3. Gespräch mit Gaius, Jurist in Kleinasien

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    Johannes E. Spruit

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available The only book that has survived the »classical age« Of Roman law (between 50 B.C. and 250 as the relic of an extremely productive period in legal history is the introduction to private law published by Gaius under the title Institutiones during the reign of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius. Our knowledge of this jurist who became more famous in his afterlife than amongst his contemporaries, having a considerable impact on codification in 18th and 19th century Europe, is extremely limited; thus the question arises: Who is Gaius? Theodor Mommsen, after collecting scarce evidence, pleaded for Gaius being a scholar in the remote provinces far from Rome – probably in Asia minor – being in close contact with a small but powerful group of Roman jurists. The text is a variant of this theory: »Conversation with Gaius« is scientific fiction at its best: abundant in material, most plausible in the setting – and maybe the best possible depiction of a scholarly chat in a paradise garden for all those who want to get into conversation with Gaius.

  4. Gespräch mit Gaius, Jurist in Kleinasien

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    Johannes E. Spruit

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available The only book that has survived the »classical age« of Roman law (between 50 B.C. and 250 A.D. as the relic of an extremely productive period in legal history is the introduction to private law published by Gaius under the title Institutiones during the reign of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius. Our knowledge of this jurist who became more famous in his afterlife than amongst his contemporaries, having a considerable impact on codification in 18th and 19th century Europe, is extremely limited; thus the question arises: Who is Gaius? Theodor Mommsen, after collecting scarce evidence, pleaded for Gaius being a scholar in the remote provinces far from Rome – probably in Asia minor – being in close contact with a small but powerful group of Roman jurists. The text is a variant of this theory: »Conversation with Gaius« is scientific fiction at its best: abundant in material, most plausible in the setting – and may be the best possible depiction of a scholarly chat in a paradise garden for all those who want to get into conversation with Gaius.

  5. [Allergy to cow's milk].

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    Fourrier, E

    1997-04-01

    After recalling the medical reluctance as well as the risks that there are in complete elimination of milk in infants, the author presents several clinical pictures and then a classification of the immunological types: Allergic shock of neonates, digestive and extra-digestive (skin and respiratory airways) symptoms finally the rare chronic gastro-enteritis to cow milk. Non-reaginic food allergies: Acute gastro-enteropathy to cow milk, with villous atrophy and Heiner's syndrome, delayed hypersensitivities are studied, of difficult diagnosis that may cover almost all pathologies. They may be found in the digestive system, respiratory, the kidneys and even in the organs of behaviour. Migraine of food origin must be remembered. Development in regressive rules is a function of the type of allergy and the suddenness of the symptoms. Diagnosis is above all by questioning and confirmation or not by skin and in vitro tests. Certainty can only be shown by tests of elimination and re-introduction. The diet, at the same time of both diagnostic and therapeutic value, is based on the replacement of cow milk by foods that contain the same amount of proteins. It is essential, especially in the very small, to have perfect match of food so as to avoid any risk of a dramatic hypoprotinemia, which may happen if the child does not like the suggested diet, or if the parents cannot buy the substitution products. In such conditions great care must be taken to avoid provoking a crisis. Care must be taken to decide: If the elimination of cow milk is always justified each time. If it is, always check that the substituted protein is properly made, the family may change the diet mistakenly.

  6. 2. symposium energy crops 2009; 2. Symposium Energiepflanzen 2009

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    2010-07-27

    Within the meeting '2nd Symposium energy plants 2009', held at 17th to 18th November, 2009, in Berlin (Federal Republic of Germany), the following lectures were held: (1) The bio energy policy of the Federal Government in the area of attention between climatic protection, ecology and economy (Ilse Aigner); (2) Chances and threatens of cultivation of energy plants for a sustainable energy supply (Alois Heissenhuber); (3) Certification as a prerequisite of the global exploration of bio energy (Andreas Feige); (4) A project support in the field of cultivation of energy plants, a review (Andreas Schuette); (5) Results from the investigation of the crop rotation in the EVA network (Armin Vater); (6) Optimisation of the cultivation technology of sorghum millets (Christian Roehricht); (7) The two-culture utilization system - a comparison between ecologic and conventional cultivation (Reinhold Stuelpnagel); (8) Crop rotation with energy plants - Chances and threatens for the plant protection (Baerbel Gerowitt); (9) Efficiency of utilization of water for energy plants (Siegfried Schittenhelm); (10) Utilization of arable food grasses and permanent grassland as a substrate for biogas (Matthias Benke); (11) Economical evaluation of plant fermentation substrates (Dominik Reus); (12) Energy plants as a challenge for the agricultural engineering (Heiner Bruening); (13) Influence of the design of cultivation on the subsequent effects of the cultivation of energy plants (Michael Glemnitz); (14) Energy plants and waters protection - Key aspects and possible options of action (Heike Nitsch); (15) Neophytes as energy plants - Chances and threatens (Werner Kuhn); (16) Manifold in te landscape - extensive cultivation systems with renewable raw materials as an option for nature protection? (Peer Heck); (17) Ecologic aspects of agro forestry systems (Holger Gruenewald); (18) Enhancement of the potential of energy yield of winter wheat (Wolfgang Friedt); (19) Interspersed silphie

  7. La Actio Popularis en el Derecho Internacional Contemporáneo

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    Marcus Vinicius Xavier de Oliveira

    2018-04-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo objetivó enfrentar el problema relacionado a la vigencia, validez y eficacia del instituto de la actio popularis en el derecho internacional contemporáneo, teniendo como punto de intersección, por un lado, las decisiones dictadas por la Corte Internacional de Justicia en los casos Etiopía y Liberia v. África del Sur en los años 1962 y 1966, así como las críticas en relación a la vuelta radical que la Corte promovió entre los juicios de las Cuestiones Preliminares y la segunda fase, teniendo como sustrato teórico la crítica hecha por Egon Schwelb. Para ello, después de establecer las bases de la discusión en el tema relativo a la transición del sistema westfaliano al de la Carta, se discutía sobre el origen del instituto en el derecho romano, teniendo como principal apoyo la obra de Theodor Mommsen. El acto seguido se pasó a la presentación y discusión de las decisiones de la Corte Internacional de Justicia en el caso indicado, para señalar, en líneas posteriores, las críticas que dicha decisión sufrió. En el último tópico se discutió la correlación entre el instituto de la actio popularis con la máxima aut dedere aut judicare, en especial en el régimen indirecto de implementación del Derecho Penal Internacional. Se concluye el trabajo con consideraciones a confirmar la vigencia, validez y condiciones de eficacia y legitimidad de la justicia cosmopolita, cuya fundamentación se encuentra en la actio popularis. El método de abordaje adoptado en el presente trabajo fue el crítico, y el de procedimiento la consulta bibliográfica.

  8. Preservation of Near-Earth Space for Future Generations

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    Simpson, John A.

    2007-05-01

    List of contributors; Preface; Part I. Introduction: 1. Introduction J. A. Simpson; Part II. Defining the Problem: 2. The Earth satellite population: official growth and constituents Nicholas L. Johnson; 3. The current and future environment: an overall assessment Donald J. Kessler; 4. The current and future space debris environment as assessed in Europe Dietrich Rex; 5. Human survivability issues in the low Earth orbit space debris environment Bernard Bloom; 6. Protecting the space environment for astronomy Joel R. Primack; 7. Effects of space debris on commercial spacecraft - the RADARSAT example H. Robert Warren and M. J. Yelle; 8. Potential effects of the space debris environment on military space systems Albert E. Reinhardt; Part III. Mitigation of and Adaptation to the Space Environment: Techniques and Practices: 9. Precluding post-launch fragmentation of delta stages Irvin J. Webster and T. Y. Kawamura; 10. US international and interagency cooperation in orbital debris Daniel V. Jacobs; 11. ESA concepts for space debris mitigation and risk reduction Heiner Klinkrad; 12. Space debris: how France handles mitigation and adaptation Jean-Louis Marcé; 13. Facing seriously the issue of protection of the outer space environment Qi Yong Liang; 14. Space debris - mitigation and adaptation U. R. Rao; 15. Near Earth space contamination and counteractions Vladimir F. Utkin and S. V. Chekalin; 16. The current and future space debris environment as assessed in Japan Susumu Toda; 17. Orbital debris minimization and mitigation techniques Joseph P. Loftus Jr, Philip D. Anz-Meador and Robert Reynolds; Part IV. Economic Issues: 18. In pursuit of a sustainable space environment: economic issues in regulating space debris Molly K. Macauley; 19. The economics of space operations: insurance aspects Christopher T. W. Kunstadter; Part V. Legal Issues: 20. Environmental treatymaking: lessons learned for controlling pollution of outer space Winfried Lang; 21. Regulation of orbital

  9. Book Reviews

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    Ratna Saptari

    1994-07-01

    Full Text Available - Martin Baier, Sri Kuhnt-Saptodewo, Zum Seelengeliet bei den Ngaju am Kahayan; Auswertung eines Sakraltextes zur Manarung-Zeremonie beim totenfest. München: Akademischer Verlag,1993 (PhD thesis, Ludwig-Maximilian-Universitiy München. - H.J.M. Claessen, Annette B. Weiner, Inalienable Possessions; The paradox of keeping-while-giving. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992, 232 pp. Bibl. Index - Charles A. Coppel, Wang Gungwu, Community and Nation; China, Southeast Asia and Australia. Sydney: Asian studies of Australia in association with Allen & Unwin, 1992 (2nd revised edition, viii + 359 pp - Heleen Gall, W. J. Mommsen, European expansion and Law; the encounter of European and Indigenous Law in 19th- and 20th- century Africa and Asia. Oxford; Berg publishers, 1992, vi + 339 pp, J.A. de Moor (eds. - Beatriz van der Goes, C. W. Watson, Kinship, Property and inheritance in Kerinci, Central Sumatra. Canterbury:University of Kent, Centre for Social Anthropology and computing Monographs no: 4. South-East Asian Series, 1992, ix + 255 pp - Kees Groeneboer, Tom van der Berge, Van Kenis tot kunst; Soendanese poezie in de koloniale tijd. Proefschrift Rijksuniversiteit Lieden, November 1993, 220 pp - Kees Groeneboer, J.E.A.M. Lelyveld, ‘... waarlijk geen overdaad, doch een dringende eisch..’’; Koloniaal onderwijs en onderwijsbeleid in Nederlands-Indië 1893-1942. Proefschrift Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht, 1992. - Marleen Heins, R. Anderson Sutton, Variation in Central Javanese gamelan music; Dynamics of a steady state. Northern Illinois University: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Monograph series on Southeast Asia, (Special Report 28 ,1993. - Marleen Heins, E. Heins, Jaap Kunst, Indonesian music and dance; Traditional music and its interaction with the West. Amsterdam: Royal Tropical Institute/Tropenmuseum, University of Amsterdam, Ethnomusicology Centre `Jaap Junst’, 1994, E. den Otter, F. van Lamsweerde (eds. - David Henley

  10. PREFACE: International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP 2012)

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    Ernst, Michael; Düllmann, Dirk; Rind, Ofer; Wong, Tony

    2012-12-01

    Collaborative Tools. We would like to thank Brookhaven Science Associates, New York University, Blue Nest Events, the International Advisory Committee, the Program Committee and the Local Organizing Committee members for all their support and assistance. We also would like to acknowledge the support provided by the following sponsors: ACEOLE, Data Direct Networks, Dell, the European Middleware Initiative and Nexsan. Special thanks to the Program Committee members for their careful choice of conference contributions and enormous effort in reviewing and editing the conference proceedings. The next CHEP conference will be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands on 14-18 October 2013. Conference Chair Michael Ernst (BNL) Program Committee Daniele Bonacorsi, University of Bologna, Italy Simone Campana, CERN, Switzerland Philippe Canal, Fermilab, United States Sylvain Chapeland, CERN, Switzerland Dirk Düllmann, CERN, Switzerland Johannes Elmsheuser, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany Maria Girone, CERN, Switzerland Steven Goldfarb, University of Michigan, United States Oliver Gutsche, Fermilab, United States Benedikt Hegner, CERN, Switzerland Andreas Heiss, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany Peter Hristov, CERN, Switzerland Tony Johnson, SLAC, United States David Lange, LLNL, United States Adam Lyon, Fermilab, United States Remigius Mommsen, Fermilab, United States Axel Naumann, CERN, Switzerland Niko Neufeld, CERN, Switzerland Rolf Seuster, TRIUMF, Canada Local Organizing Committee Maureen Anderson, John De Stefano, Mariette Faulkner, Ognian Novakov, Ofer Rind, Tony Wong (BNL) Kyle Cranmer (NYU) International Advisory Committee Mohammad Al-Turany, GSI, Germany Lothar Bauerdick, Fermilab, United States Ian Bird, CERN, Switzerland Dominique Boutigny, IN2P3, France Federico Carminati, CERN, Switzerland Marco Cattaneo, CERN, Switzerland Gang Chen, Institute of High Energy Physics, China Peter Clarke, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom Sridhara Dasu, University of

  11. Rechtsgeschichte – Geschichte der Evolution eines sozialen Systems

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    Marie Theres Fögen

    2002-01-01

    of the Roman republic as follows in the first century before Christ: The end of the monarchy is marked by an action - the public suicide of Lucretia. In this act of drastic transition from life to death, the irreversibility of time is clearly marked. The act immediately triggered excited and tumultuous reactions. There was no doubt that the message, in the form of suicide, reached the audience, and that communication had succeeded. Dionysius has his protagonist hold long speeches to a large audience about the many now conceivable political orders: not just any order but many different models had now become possible. Structures of political systems are known and permit a number of possible continuities, if not all. Indeed, they permit so many that Dionysius recognizes this as a problem that is "highly difficult and barely possible to resolve". Nevertheless, the pressure of selection is there. Dionysius avoids it by recommending that no selection be made, but that the ruler should "merely" be doubled: instead of one king there should be two kings, who he proposes should be called consuls. Doubling has, of course, been the basic underlying principle of all evolution since Adam and Eve -- since the division of the very first cell. Two consuls were duly appointed. The political system was soon re-stabilised: when two (! sons (! of one of the two founding consuls sought to re-establish the monarchy, they were executed by their own father. Could there have been any other way -- or any clearer way -- of demonstrating that the republic was there, that it was stable and that no new duality could bring back unity? Theodor Mommsen once wrote that the founding of the republic had resulted from the "organism" of the old political order by "inner necessity". Re-reading Dionysius, we note that, on the contrary, a variation - in the form of a scandal - was the necessary trigger to destroy the state of stasis in the first place. Variation then led to so many possibilities that there