Territory of Desire

Taking a unique multidisciplinary approach, Territory of Desire asks how, and why, Kashmir came to be so intensely desired within Indian, Pakistani, and Kashmiri nationalistic imaginations.

Author: Ananya Jahanara Kabir

Publisher: U of Minnesota Press

ISBN: 9780816653560

Category: History

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A result of territorial disputes between India and Pakistan since 1947, exacerbated by armed freedom movements since 1989, the ongoing conflict over Kashmir is consistently in the news. Taking a unique multidisciplinary approach, Territory of Desire asks how, and why, Kashmir came to be so intensely desired within Indian, Pakistani, and Kashmiri nationalistic imaginations.
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Philosophy of Social Science

This would bring us squarely into the territory of desire fulfilment views of
wellbeing. This view prides itself on not falling victim to the experience machine
argument now popular in philosophy. Take two people with identical experiences
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Author: Nancy Cartwright

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 9780191030086

Category: Philosophy

Page: 320

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This is a much-needed new introduction to a field that has been transformed in recent years by exciting new subjects, ideas, and methods. It is designed both for students with central interests in philosophy and those planning to concentrate on the social sciences, and it presupposes no particular background in either domain. From the wide range of topics at the forefront of debate in philosophy of social science, the editors have chosen those which are representative of the most important and interesting contemporary work. A team of distinguished experts explore key aspects of the field such as social ontology (what are the things that social science studies?), objectivity, formal methods, measurement, and causal inference. Also included are chapters focused on notable subjects of social science research, such as well-being and climate change. Philosophy of Social Science provides a clear, accessible, and up-to-date guide to this fascinating field.
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Land and Desire in Early Zionism

On earlier pages, I noted that the first of two simultaneous aspects of pioneer
desire is a kind of ecstatic-symbiosis. The second aspect is that which creates
boundaries. This impetus constituted the Land of Israel by delineating its territory.

Author: Boaz Neumann

Publisher: UPNE

ISBN: 9781584659686

Category: History

Page: 250

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A provocative look at the centrality of desire for "the Land" among early settlers in pre-state Israel
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Message

Charles Devens , Attorney General , U. S .: SIR — The Board of Penitentiary
Commissioners of Wyoming Territory desire me to request your opinion as to the
right to lease or let the services of the territorial prisoners in the U. S. penitentiary
at ...

Author: Wyoming. Governor

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112117735552

Category: Wyoming

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Eastern Voyages Western Visions

... Territory and Desire ' , 38 thus rendered unstable , and Sinclair concludes with
the image p . 49 . Introduction 25 Conquering Constantinople: Text, Territory and
Desire FINN E SINCLAIR.

Author: Margaret Topping

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 3039101838

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 395

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This collection of interdisciplinary essays explores the range of French and francophone encounters with the East from the medieval period to the present day. --book cover.
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Jean Valentine

Territory. and. Desire. What is a question? Literally, it's a way of gathering
information but not ofprocessing it. As a mode of enquiry that's also, linguistically,
founded on doubt, on not having the words for what passed between you and
another ...

Author: Kazim Ali

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 9780472051830

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 243

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Collected essays on the work of Jean Valentine
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Sex Sin and Science What Evolution Says about Religion and Desire

Occasionally, a male alliance goes on the offensive as happened during the "
chimpanzee war" observed at Gombe.5 In this long-term conflict, male chimps
from one community repeatedly invaded a neighboring territory and brutally
attacked ...

Author: C. Roland Cook

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 9781608440733

Category: Science

Page: 380

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More than any other major religion, ideology or philosophy, Christianity associates sex, and especially sexual desire, with sin and evil. People may be able to avoid earthly punishment for their sexual indiscretions, but they can not escape God s judgment; an afterlife of eternal pain and suffering in hell. Religious sanctions of this sort are supposed to be in opposition to man s sinful nature; restraining his dangerous sexuality. However, punishing others for sex is actually part of man s nature. In nature, sex is highly competitive. Dominant males fight and threaten as they try to control sexual access to fertile females. Human males behave similarly. Rather than being in opposition to human nature, religion actually reinforces man s animal instinct to control the sexual behavior of others. This explains why religion-inspired sexual restrictions and punishments are so popular among men. Of course, religion claims that it s really all about morality. Without strict religious control over sexual behavior human passions would lead to the destruction of society. God has given us His law in order to protect us from ourselves. Religion, it is often said, is what is good for society. But if this is so, why is it that those societies where religious belief is strongest and which have the harshest penalties for breaking the sexual code are also the societies that tend to be the least orderly and the most corrupt, brutal and violent? Religion is taken very seriously in many of the Islamic societies of the Middle East, and the strictest sexual code is adhered to. Yet, these societies are characterized not by prosperity and social order, but by poverty, violence and oppression. Meanwhile, the most sexually liberal societies, especially those of Western Europe, are the freest and the most democratic, prosperous and orderly. If strict sexual morality is not really good for society, why do religious conservatives everywhere continue to clamor for it? And why do people so willingly accept religion that tells them their sexuality is sinful and shameful? The truth is that most of the time people act on their own selfish feelings and desires, not on what is good for society as a whole. The desire to limit and control the sexual behavior of others is felt by women as well as men. Powerful feelings, such as sexual jealousy, inspire aggressive behavior. Strict anti-sex religious morality allows people to act aggressively on these feelings in a sociably acceptable way. Thus, it s not really about doing what is good for society, it s all about individual desires. This is best explained from an evolutionary perspective, which is exactly what this book does."
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Society and Settlement

As for territory, the desire for sovereignty was satisfied over a major chunk of
British Palestine. This sovereignty could, theoretically, have solved the need to
acquire territory. Would Zionism see this means of territorial control as sufficient?

Author: Aharon Kellerman

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 0791412954

Category: History

Page: 321

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This book scrutinizes the interrelationships between Jewish spatial organization and social structure and change in Palestine/Israel. Kellerman analyzes the development of nationwide and regional settlements, and reasons for spatial and territorial choices, such as cooperative villages. He uncovers the extreme differences between the old and the new in Jewish settlement patterns, and discusses the implications for cultural development, economic functions, urban spirit, and international status in evolving Israeli society.
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The Cybercities Reader

The territory devours information but a new field of commercial production within
which often only increases its size ... there are territories of desire , timeframes
other pirates of various stripes , a huge volatile surface and under - marketed ...

Author: Stephen Graham

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415279569

Category: Social Science

Page: 444

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Bringing together a vast range of debates and examples of city changes based on Information and Communications Technology (ICT), this book illustrates how new media in cities shapes societies, economies and cultures.
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Lord Byron and the History of Desire

This is the territory desire projects or designs for itself, out of its horror of
indifference, and if in fact an exchange of qualities, a blurring of sexes, of friends
and foes, the alien and the familiar, is the result of desire being given its way, as it
were, ...

Author: Ian Dennis

Publisher: University of Delaware Press

ISBN: 9780874130669

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 266

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Lord Byron and the History of Desire uses Eric Gans's "generative anthropology" and Rene Girard's theory of imitative desire to interpret Byron's major literary works. It argues that the poet learned something about centrality, identity, and desire through the course of his career, and was able to write his knowledge in ways that might still be interesting to us. He learned that there were new things that it was possible, or necessary, to want, new strategies available for obtaining them, and with these, new risks, new losses, new problems. But what he provides in some of his poetry is not just historical insight. His best poetry is also, still, and perhaps most rewardingly, a demonstration or modeling of behaviors and attitudes that work well in a market world. The most valuable transfers in this world are effected through imitation, and through strengthening and inspiring alfiances. Byron provides both, modeling and alliance, in return--fundamental bargain--for our attention, the price of his poems. This book examines the transaction, inquires into its workings, and asks why the price seemed, and might still seem, worth paying.
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Divided Desire

Also, when Jesus becomes the Ultimate in desire we can face with great
confidence the suffering that comes with the territory of seeing good desire
granted. Having Jesus as my Ultimate Desire is to have heaven's resources
available to me to ...

Author: Kenny Damara

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781630872069

Category: Social Science

Page: 192

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Can your ultimate desire ever be fulfilled? Everywhere you look, every time you listen, with each click and tap, there's something you desire. How do you know if what you desire will satisfy, or if you are seeing a "desire mirage"? The global village presents countless ways to connect to all kinds of information. We think we can scarcely live without these connections. Do we realize, however, that these connections often block or slow down connections to God, self, and others? Divided Desire is a journey along the road of desire--a road everyone travels. Along the journey, Kenny Damara explores why we desire what we desire in the global village today. What role does God have in fulfilling the ultimate desire of the heart? And how should we respond?
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Council Journal of the Session of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Montana

I am will be extended into the Territory without any friendly legislation . Now , if
any evidence can be produced to sustain this position , I will gladly join in
opposing exemption , or any other aid . satisfied the people of the Territory desire
railroad ...

Author: Montana Territory. Legislative Assembly. Council

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112109817707

Category: Legislative journals

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Sessional Papers of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario

The evils which the territory is enduring in consequence of the dispute should
surely be reduced to a minimum by ... Municipal organization is already
necessary in some localities , and our people in the territory desire the extension
to it of our ...

Author: Ontario. Legislative Assembly

Publisher:

ISBN: NWU:35556002533149

Category:

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Correspondence Papers and Documents of Dates from 1856 to 1882 Inclusive

The evils which the territory is enduring in consequence of the dispute should
surely be reduced to a minimum by ... Municipal organization is already
necessary in some localities , and our people in the territory desire the extension
to it of our ...

Author: Ontario. Legislative assembly, 1882

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433081742680

Category: Keewatin (Nunavut)

Page: 504

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The Congressional Globe

293 ) to the building , but that the appropriation first named ject I desire to say that
a bill similar in terms , lapsed into the Treasury , leaving only the latter secure to
citizens of the Territory of Utah the and I believe precisely the same in language ...

Author: United States. Congress

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015082458673

Category: Law

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Presidents from Adams Through Polk 1825 1849

The territory was a large one, reaching from the northern border of Spanish, or
Mexican, California at latitude 42° up to the southern border ... Polk's claim to the
entirety of the territory belied his desire just for the area south of the 49th parallel.

Author: David A. Smith

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0313331758

Category: History

Page: 138

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Presents a collection of primary documents that describe the presidents' positions on a variety of issues along with the viewpoints of those opposing the president.
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No Man s Land

Globalization, Territory, and Clandestine Groups in Southeast Asia Justin
VanOverloop Hastings. criminal syndicates will necessarily have no desire to
control territory ( or do not have political goals ) , or that it is political or religious
groups that ...

Author: Justin VanOverloop Hastings

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 0801476798

Category: History

Page: 256

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"Engaging and accessible, No Man's Land is a fascinating book on extremely timely and important topicsùterrorism, insurgency, and cross-border crime."ùPeter Andreas, Brown University, author of Blue Helmets and Black Markets and coeditor of Sex, Drugs, and Body Counts "No Man's Land is a useful and original contribution to the literature on terrorism from the perspective of political geography. It provides a different perspective' from mainstream terrorism and strategic studies and gives a useful counter to the sometimes-bloated claims of the advocates of globalization. Just as realists in International Relations argue that globalization has not meant the end of the state, Justin V. Hastings makes a compelling argument that territory matters and that it is no passe, despite the emergence of the global interlinked economy."ùAndrew T.H. Tan, Convenor for International Studies, University of New South Wales The increased ability of clandestine groups to operate with little regard for borders or geography is often taken to be one of the dark consequences of a brave new globalized world. Yet even for terrorists and smugglers, the world is not flat; states exert formidable control over the technologies of globalization, and difficult terrain poses many of the same problems today as it has throughout human history. In No Man' Land, Justin V. Hastings examines the complex relationship that illicit groups have with modern technologyùand how and when geography still matters. Based on often difficult fieldwork in Southeast Asia, Hastings traces the logistics networks, command and control structures, and training programs of three distinct clandestine organizations: the terrorist group Jemaah Islamiyah, the insurgent Free Aceh Movement, and organized criminals in the form of smugglers and maritime pirates Hastings also compares the experiences of these groups to others outside Southeast Asia, including al-Qaeda, the Tamil Tigers, and the Somali pirates.
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Forbidden Territory

Home comforts and work rituals, the desire to be near Monique, our daily
renewed complicity were stronger than my theories of independence and
apprehensions as to the hermetic knot of a couple. The trial period that we set
ourselves for a ...

Author: Juan Goytisolo

Publisher: Verso

ISBN: 185984555X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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This masterful two-volume autobiography first published in the mid-1980s, broke new ground in Spanish letters with its introspective sexual and emotional honesty.
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National System of Political Economy

Indeed, even in theory, people are not yet agreed upon the fundamental
conditions of a just and natural apportionment of territory. Some desire that their
national territory should be determined according to the requirements of their
metropolis ...

Author: Friedrich List

Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.

ISBN: 9781596059542

Category: Business & Economics

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One of the most prominent economic philosophers of the 19th century, on a par with-but espousing quite different thinking than-Karl Marx and Adam Smith explores, in the three-volume National System of Political Economy, a reasoned doctrine of national and pan-national management of trade, a global collaboration between government and business. Volume 3 explores the economic and political systems that nurture ascendant nations in their global sovereignty. A close reading of this 1841 classic is an absolute necessity for anyone who hopes to understand world economic history of the last 150 years. German economist and journalist FRIEDRICH LIST (1789-1846) served as professor of administration and politics at the University of T bingen, but was later jailed and later exiled to America for his political views. His is also the author of Outlines of American Political Economy (1827).
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