1. Constitutionalism: a Minimal and a Rich Sense

In some minimal sense of the term, a “constitution” consists of a set of rules or norms creating, structuring and defining the limits of, government power or authority. Understood in this way, all states have constitutions and all states are constitutional states. Anything recognisable as a state must have some acknowledged means of constituting and […]

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Thomas Paine – Common Sense

In Thomas Paine’s Common Sense, there are some similarities and differences in the tone as compared to Thomas Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence. Paine’s approach to his work contrasts that of Jefferson’s. However, they still use the same basic techniques to making their feelings known, which include examining the problem, giving reasons for why […]

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The Book “Common Sense”

“Common Sense”conveyed Paine’s global recognition, and upgraded him in an association of renowned figures with whom he communicated and associated. Furthermore, his reputation and obligation to enment ethics culminated in a spot in France’s National Assembly, when that country’s upheaval was in progress. Thus, it provided him a chance to play principal roles in the […]

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Friedman’s Sense

In the past five years there has been a development of technology that has helped the businesses to globalize. The computers used to access the internets have developed for example the ipad computer. Phones and internet devices have also developed like the iphone farmers can now access all they need online knowing the prevailing prices […]

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Common Sense

The name Thomas Paine might not ring a bell when the lists of the most important founders of the United States are mentioned. I believe his contribution to the American Revolution was voluminous despite the fact that he did not fight for independence or sign the Constitution. Different from other revolutionists, Paine grew to be […]

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Making Sense of It All

The world today has become a dynamic place to live in. Life is characterized by too much hard work with very few returns. From social pillars such as the family to the political arena and even the church, its systems go as people try to make ends meet. Indeed luxury has become an expensive endeavor […]

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Vision, Senses And Motor Control

Experience can be defined as something or nature of events that someone has undergone. It is what happens to us all the times as long as long as long as we live. Experience is not only what happens to a man, but it is also what a man does with what happens to him or […]

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Four Ways of Knowing

The world is a confusing place in which we find a bewildering variety of different opinions. Our common sense picture of reality probably contains inaccuracies and biases that we are not aware of. We acquire knowledge about the world through language, perception, reason and emotion, but none of these ways of knowing can give us […]

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Human Senses

Our senses enable us to make sense of the world around us; they make our environment enjoyable by stimulating our desire to eat giving the body the vital nutrients it needs. They can also alert us to a fire before we see the flames, detect dangerous fumes and smell and taste rotten foods. Out of […]

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Sensory and Messy Play

While we all process information through our five senses, babies and toddlers rely on their sense of touch – and often taste – to gain insight into the world around them. As their language skills aren’t as developed young children learn about things by exploring not by asking. Benefits of sensory/messy play: • Messy play […]

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Montessori Sensorial

The sensorial materials are sets of objects designed to educate the senses. In addition, and perhaps even more important, they also appear to assist the child’s concentration, ability to make judgments, move with purpose. Maria Montessori was greatly influenced by the ideas of his two predecessors – Jean Itard and Edouard Seguin. She took the […]

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Girls vs Boys

Materials: 5 boys, 5 girls, blindfold, lemon juice, vinegar, lavender scent, vanilla scent, pencil, envelope, sharpening stone, shirt pin, plastic, aluminum, stone, Styrofoam, salt, cinnamon, powdered sugar, and pepper Procedure: I first started off with one of the five girls and covered her eyes with a blindfold. Next, I started with the smell category and […]

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Maria Montessori and The Child’s Senses

1.Introduction The first tool that a child knows how to use is his own senses. Even before a baby is born, he is able to hear the voice of his mother when she speaks and when he arrives to our world; he knows when she is in the same room because he is able to […]

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