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New Technologies Aim to Foil Online Course Cheating

New Technologies Aim to Foil Online Course Cheating | oAnth's day by day interests - via its scoop.it contacts | Scoop.it
In the widening world of classes taught online, new technologies are helping to ensure that students on distant laptops are doing their own work.

Via Antonio Figueiredo, juandoming
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Solving the identification problem in online assessment

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Critique radicale de la valeur (Wertkritik)

Critique radicale de la valeur (Wertkritik) | oAnth's day by day interests - via its scoop.it contacts | Scoop.it
Un ensemble de textes portant sur la critique de la valeur (wertkritik), autour des oeuvres de Robert Kurz, Anselm Jappe, Moishe Postone, Guy Debord Karl Marx, et des groupes allemands Krisis et Exit !

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"A Crisis Of The State? The End Of The Post-Westphalian Model" by Carlo Bordoni - Social Europe 2013-02-13 | offene Ablage: nothing to hide

"A Crisis Of The State? The End Of The Post-Westphalian Model" by Carlo Bordoni - Social Europe 2013-02-13 | offene Ablage: nothing to hide | oAnth's day by day interests - via its scoop.it contacts | Scoop.it

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Based on the principle of limited sovereignty, the post-Westphalian model recognises in the modern state absolute and indivisible sovereignty over its territory and ownership in international relations, of which it is the sole subject.

If for a long time the state and nation have been able to live together, united on a historical and legal level by the insolubility of the fundamental principles that modernity assured, it was thanks to the agreements made in the Treaties of Westphalia, at the end of the long religious war, that had shattered Europe for thirty years. Since then, modern states, in the form that we have known for centuries, have standardised the so-called “post-Westphalian model”, which sets down the rules of universal stability and recognises the full sovereignty of a state within its own borders.

 

In the third millennium, it is the very post-Westphalian model that enters into crisis, dragging with it the crisis of the modern state, which is determined not only by the opening of borders, but by the inability demonstrated in maintaining its commitments to its citizens. In this phase, it is the “internal” boundaries that create problems. Security, defence of privilege, identity, recognition and cultural traditions, which once coincided with the boundaries of the post-Westphalian state, are now altered, uncertain, liquid. They are no longer reliable.

 

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to read more - source URL: http://www.social-europe.eu/2013/02/a-crisis-of-the-state-the-end-of-post-westphalian-model

 

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"History and Identity in the Late Antique Near East", edited by Philip Wood

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Renouveau de l’anthropologie philosophique ? | France Culture Plus

Une conférence enregistrée le 31 janvier 2013 de Etienne Balibar.Dans la « Sixième thèse sur Feuerbach », Marx écrivait : « Mais l’essence humaine n’est pas une abstraction logée à l’intérieur de l’individu singulier. Dans sa réalité effective, c’est l’ensemble des rapports sociaux. » Cet énoncé a donné lieu à bien des controverses, en particulier celles qui, dans les années 60, ont imbriqué le jugement sur la possibilité de l’anthropologie philosophique avec la prise de parti dans la « querelle de l’humanisme ». Plus récemment une autre possibilité a semblé s’esquisser, croisant les leçons de Marx avec celles de Spinoza : non pas tant l’ouverture d’une critique des métaphysiques de la nature humaine que celle d’une « ontologie de la relation » fondée sur l’idée de transindividualité du sujet.


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