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Publisher: Redlands, Calif. : ESRI Press, 2005.
ISBNISSN: 1589481208, , 9781589481206
Notes: xvii, 389 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 24 cm.
Responsibility: Cartographies of disease : maps, mapping, and medicine /

Bibliogr. p. 219-237. Index. Edition en papier Bible.
This edition specially bound for distribution by the Oxford University Press. "Factual account"--Author's website. Includes indexes. Originally published: Paris : Robert Laffont, ©2005. Includes index. The theory of failure and the failure of theory: `state failure', the idea of the state and the practice of state building. Strong chieftaincies out of weak states, or elemental power unbound. Corruption and conflict: Contrasting logics of collective action. Colliding state-building projects and regional insecurity in post-soviet space: Georgia versus Russia in South Ossetia. Transforming West African militia networks for postwar recovery. Regional security: Demarcating theoretical and empirical borders. Strong states in a troubled region: Anatomies of a Middle Eastern regional conflict formation. State strength on the Ethiopian border: Cross-border conflicts in the horn of Africa. Natural resources, international regimes and state-building: Diamonds in west Africa. Re-examining the `colour revolutions': The turn of the tide from Belgrade to Ulan Bator. Caught in the middle? Regional perspectives on Afghanistan. Power, security and regional conflict management in Southern Africa and South Asia. State responses to transnational challenges: The evolution of regional security organisations in Africa. Webs of war: Managing regional conflict formations in West Africa and Central Africa. List of Contributors. EDITORIAL BOARD. Troubled regions and failing states: Introduction. Comparative social research. Comparative social research. Copyright page. THE PHILOSOPHER --
The beginnings --
The theologian --
The scientist --
Originality --
Realist --
Theory of knowledge --
The grammar and methodology --
Real and notional apprehension --
Empiricism --
universals --
Notional assent --
Real assent --
Assent as unconditional --
Complex assent --
Certitude --
Formal inference --
Informal inference --
Natural inference --
Existence and nature --
Range --
A misunderstanding --
Education --
Science --
The unity of man --
Informal inference --
The Illative sense --
The phenomenological movement --
Descriptive phenomenology --
Champion of realism --
Significance today. In the mountains of Persia (Iran), soldiers of the Polish Second Army Corps. found a small bear cub. They fed and cared for him as they moved from Persia (Iran) to the Middle East and into Italy where the battle for the Monastery in Cassino, Italy, was fought. According to soldier stories and pictures, Voytek the Bear assisted the Polish Army fighting the German Luftwaffe, and won! After the war, Voytek was taken to Scotland to live in the Edinburgh Zoo where he lived for 16 years. Voytek died at the age of 21. Introduction; 1. Migration; 2. Settlement; 3. Employment; 4. Social Conditions: Poverty, Health and Crime; 5. Catholicism, Protestantism and Sectarianism; 6. Radical and Labour Movements; 7. Nationalism; 8. Unionism; A Note on Primary Sources; Select Bibliography