• Hacia la solución pacífica de la cuestión social /

      Martínez, Graciano, 1869-1925. (Madrid : Exclusiva para la venta, Editorial Voluntad,, 1923)
      Bibliographical footnotes.
    • Hacia un contractualismo ecocentrista

      Centro de Estudios Ambientales-Universidad Austral; Castillo-Ávalos, Yerko; Ceberio-de-León, Iñaki (Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Sede Bogotá - Instituto de Estudios Ambientales (IDEA), 2017-01-01)
      Como humanidad estamos inmersos en una red sistémica de interacciones ambientales y sujetos a un contrato ambiental implícito con la biósfera en el cual se nos permite estar vivos a cambio de mantener las condiciones que permiten la vida. Pero si alteramos significativamente dicha red de relaciones biosféricas, el contrato se rompe y nuestra supervivencia entra en riesgo. La cultura del desarrollo tecnológico y el modelo productivo global han llegado a un punto en que se hace insostenible el actual crecimiento económico para la manutención de umbrales medioambientales planetarios seguros para el devenir de la humanidad. Este paradigma económico se apoya en un contrato social de valores antropocéntricos que considera a la Naturaleza como un mercado de recursos a libre disposición del ser humano. Sin embargo, este modelo contractual nos está llevando como sociedad al colapso inminente debido al desequilibrio ecosistémico causado por el ser humano. De aquí la necesidad de construir un contrato que trascienda a la sociedad y reincorpore a la Naturaleza para así recuperar la armonía entre los seres humanos y nuestro entorno, un nuevo acuerdo que trascienda de una perspectiva antropocéntrica a una ecocéntrica.
    • Haji Abdul Malik Karim Amrullah (HAMKA) dan Ekonomi Islam: Studi Pada Karya Keadilan Sosial dalam Islam

      Rahmad Hakim (University of Muhammadiyah Malang, 2018-08-01)
      This paper aims to explore Islamic economic thought Haji Abdul Malik Karim Amrullah in his work on Social Justice in Islam. Based on the study conducted, research on the history of Islamic economic thought in Indonesia is still a little done. These considerations make this research important to do. This type of research is qualitative with a character study approach (biography), the method of collecting data is obtained by documentation - that is, a study of the work of social justice in Islam Haji Abdul Malik Karim Amrullah. The result of the study as follows: first, that property ownership belongs to God, while humans are only managers of these assets. Secondly, there are three principles of Islamic economics according to Hamka, namely: justice, free to act and freedom.
    • Hallmarks of Effective Integration of Faith and Social Work Practice

      Sherr, Michael E. (DigitalCommons@Cedarville, 2005-11-01)
    • HAMBATAN-HAMBATAN PELAKSANAAN KB DI PEDESAAN: TELAAH HUBUNGAN ELITE-MASSA DI TINGKAT LOKAL STUDI KECAMATAN RAWAN GRESIK KEDAMEAN)

      Wisnu Pramutanto, Drs; Priyatmoko, Drs., MA; Joosje C. Tatipata, Drs (LEMBAGA PENELITIAN UNIVERSITAS AIRLANGGA, 1990)
      Program Keluarga Berencana merupakan program nasional dalam rangka mengurangi laju pertumbuhan penduduk. Oleh karena jumlah penduduk merupakan faktor yang dipandang penting dalam rangka kesejahteraan masyarakat. maka program 1n1 tidak sekedar sebagai programnya jajaran birokrasi BKKBN, namun sebagai program yang terkait antar departemen. Birokrasi BKKBN akan dihadapkan pada situasi dan kondisi masyarakat lokal baik mehyangkut kondisi a1ami maupun manusiawi.implementasi kebijaksanaan KB di pedesaan. oleh karenaProgram KB merupakan program yang akan menyangkut: wi1ayah "privasi" masyarakat. birokrasi KB berhadapan dengan kekuatan-kekuatan politik di desa dan struktur kepemimpinan masyarakat desa.
    • Harlem - upper Manhattan : church and community study, a working document.

      Protestant Council of the City of New York. Department of Church Planning and Research. (New York : Dept. of Church and Planning Research, Protestant Council of the City of New York,, 1962)
      Includes bibliography.
    • He Identified with the Lowly and Became a Slave to All: Paul’s Tentmaking as a Strategy for Mission

      Lohr, Joel N. (Scholarly Commons, 2007-06-01)
      The social background of first-century Christianity has received much attention recently, with many of these studies focusing on the letters from Paul to the Corinthians. Paul's refusal to accept Corinthian financial support is a central concern of these letters. In 1 Corinthians, Paul is adamant concerning this issue, claiming that he would rather die than to accept the Corinthians' pay (9:15). Why does Paul devote an entire section of the letter (chap. 9) to defending his refusal? How should we understand this section within the larger context of the letter? I am principally concerned here with the social reality of Paul's ministry and exploring questions of why Paul refuses the financial support of the Corinthians. To remain focused, I use 1 Corinthians 9 as a foundation and pay special attention to vv. 15-18 as they relate to Paul's boast of making the gospel "free of charge" (v. 18). My aims are (1) to understand how Paul's tentmaking and subsequent income affected his relationship with and ministry to the Corinthians; (2) to investigate the purpose and meaning of 1 Corinthians 9 in context; and (3) to examine 9:15-18 in order to shed light on Paul's decision to remain financially free from the Corinthian body. I argue that Paul's tentmaking trade was an avenue for him to identify with the lowly and to exhort the socially elite to do the same. As I suggest, this identification with the lowly was something Paul did in imitation of Christ. Further, Paul's refusal of financial support proves to be his solution to possible obligatory relationships in Corinth and aids his overall objective, to remove divisions and unify the body there (1:10).
    • "Head I Win, Tails You Lose!" Truth and Integrity in Public Life

      Ryan, Tom (2015-12-09)
      ACSJC occasional paper #5; North Sydney, NSW: Australian Catholic Social Justice Council, ca. 1990
    • Healing the nations

      Dortzbach, Karl Gray (Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 2009-03-09)
      This article gives the motivations, methodology and some results of a study done in Christian healing interventions in African contexts of stress and violence. Healing in community has been viewed through the prism of "shalom". Shalom occurs when people who are in a right relationship with God and each other enjoy and share together the resources of the earth in ways that show Christ is Lord of all creation. Charts are given showing the various kinds of community needs, ways to intervene, and some indications of ways to evaluate the interventions.
    • Hegel's Theory of Moral Action, its Place in his System and the ‘Highest' Right of the Subject

      Rose, David (Cosmos Publishing Cooperative, 2007-12-27)
      There is at present, amongst Hegel scholars and in the interpretative discussions of Hegelrsquo;s social and political theories, the flavour of old-style lsquo;apologyrsquo; for his liberal credentials, as though there exists a real need to prove he holds basic liberal views palatable to the hegemonic, contemporary political worldview. Such an approach is no doubt motivated by the need to reconstruct what is left of the modern moral conscience when Hegel has finished discussing the flaws and contradictions of the Kantian model of moral judgement. The main claim made in the following pages is that the critique of lsquo;subjectiversquo; moralities is neither the sole nor even the main reason for the adoption of an immanent doctrine of ethics. This paper will look to Hegelrsquo;s mature theory of action as motivating the critique of transcendentalism rather than merely filling in the hole left when one rejects Kant and it will discuss what the consequences of this approach are for the role of the moral conscience within the political sphere, arguing that Hegelrsquo;s own conditions of free action would not be met unless the subjective moral conscience was operative in the rational state.
    • Helpen vrienden?

      Maas, L.C. (1989)
      Als het gaat om onderlinge praktische hulp dan is de betekenis van zelfgekozen vriendschappen nogal beperkt in vergelijking met die van familie
    • “. . . helping my people know themselves: ” Late William Dean Howells

      Ickstadt, Heinz (Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, 2022-03-25)
      The essay compares the late phase of William Dean Howells’s writing career with that of Henry James and relates both to the pragmatic theories of Henry James’s brother William. While Howells, during the 1890s, became a literary institution, Henry James—after his disastrous attempt to achieve “fame and fortune” via the theater—reinvented himself as a novelist absolutely dedicated to his craft. Although Henry seems close to the pragmatist ideas of his brother when he explores an inner world of consciousness in his late fiction, William preferred the stylistic and ethical clarity of Howells’s work to the convolutions of his brother’s novels. For his part, Howells, in his review of Principles of Psychology, ignored William James’s discussion of the “stream of thought” and instead emphasized his notion of building character by habit and self-discipline. All three aimed at “unstiffening” (and thus saving) an order of civilization threatened by the social and cultural changes of the late 19th century. In this project, Henry James and Howells can be said to occupy related yet opposite positions. Howells placed the realism of his late work on the borderline separating “civilized” life from the “savage world” beneath it. For him, writing was therefore a civilizing act of self-denial; and by grounding the social function of his fiction on self-transcending and communicative Reason as the basis of all “balance and proportion,” he tended to distrust the “imagination” (for Henry James a liberating force) since he saw it as allied to all forms of excessive (and socially destructive) selfishness.
    • Hemisphärenspezialisierung und kognitive Kontrolle

      Schneider, F; Fink, G R; Stephan, K E; Fink, G R (Springer, 2007)
    • Henkirikoksen uhrien läheisten saama ja toivoma sosiaalinen tuki

      Korpimäki, Elina (2015-10-28)
      Pro gradu tutkielma koostui kahdesta osasta. Julkaisuharkintaan lähetettävästä artikkelista Henkirikosten uhrien läheisten saama ja toivoma sosiaalinen tuki (Korpimäki E, Kaunonen M & Aho A L 2015) ja täydentävästä kirjallisuusosasta, jossa tarkasteltiin tutkielman eettisiä ratkaisuja. Artikkelissa tarkoituksena oli kuvata henkirikoksen uhrien läheisten tukiverkostoa sekä saatua ja toivottua sosiaalista tukea. Tutkimuskysymyksinä olivat: 1) Keneltä ja millaista myönteistä sosiaalista tukea henkirikoksen uhrien läheiset ovat saaneet? 2) Keneltä ja millaista kielteistä sosiaalista tukea henkirikoksen uhrien läheiset ovat saaneet? 3) Keneltä ja millaista sosiaalista tukea henkirikoksen uhrien läheiset olisivat toivoneet saavansa? Tutkimusaineisto koostui 26 henkirikosuhrien läheisten vastauksesta. Aineisto kerättiin sähköisellä kyselylomakkeella surujärjestön nettisivustolta ja suljetuilta keskustelupalstoilta. Kyselyssä oli strukturoituja taustatietokysymyksiä sekä kaksi avointa kysymystä tuen saamisesta. Aineisto analysoitiin laadullisella sisällön analyysillä. Henkirikoksen uhrien läheisten tukiverkosto koostui terveydenhuollon ammattilaisista, viranomaisista, tukiyhdistyksestä, yhteiskunnasta, läheisistä, lemmikeistä, vertaisista sekä korkeammasta hengellisestä voimasta. Saatu myönteinen tuki oli psyykkistä, vuorovaikutuksellista, henkistä voimavaratukea ja konkreettista tukea. Kielteinen tuki, jota läheiset saivat, oli epäinhimillisyyttä, empatian puutetta ja riittämätöntä tukea. Läheiset olisivat toivoneet inhimillisyyttä ja konkreettista sekä psyykkistä tukea. Yhteenveto-osassa peilattiin tutkijan empiirisessä tutkimuksessa tekemiä ratkaisuja kirjallisuuteen, joka pohjautui Nürnbergin säännöstöön, Helsingin julistuksen eettisiin periaatteisiin ja tutkimuseettisen neuvottelukunnan (TENK) hyvää tieteellistä käytäntöä edistäviin ja vilpillisyyttä ennaltaehkäiseviin ohjeistuksiin. Tutkimuksen suunnittelussa ja aiheen valinnassa tutkija pohti ja vakuuttui aiheen tutkimisen oikeutuksesta. Osallistujien itsemääräämisoikeutta kunnioitettiin ja aineiston keruussa sekä analysoinnissa pyrittiin laadukkaaseen ja oikeaan tulkintaan. Tutkimuksen tulokset tullaan julkaisemaan ja tutkija pyrki raportoimaan prosessin siten, että tiedeyhteisö voi arvioida sitä. Tutkija pyrki jatkuvasti tiedostamaan ja minimoimaan omat oletuksensa, jotta ne eivät ohjanneet tutkimusta. Eettisiä ohjeita noudatettiin tässä tutkimuksessa huomioiden kohderyhmän ja tutkimusaiheen sensitiivisyys, eikä niistä tingitty.