101 Ethical Dilemmas

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Psychology Press, 2003 - Philosophy - 332 pages
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Much has been written about the Muslim Murid movement and its leader Shamil, who resisted the Tsarist Russian expansion into Chechan and Daghestan for more than quarter of a century. This study, based on research in multilingual archives, offers a fresh insight into a subject that generates constant controversy in Russian historiography and has often been misinterpreted by Western scholars.

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Martin Cohen's popular and accessible introductions to philosophy have been translated into many foreign languages, except the language of Voltaire, near whose Chateau he now lives and writes. (But in a cowshed, not in a Chateau.) He has Ph.D. in Philosophy of Education from Exeter University, has published several books and written for The Guardian, Times Higher Education Supplement and The Independent.

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