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Bibliography Akin DA (2011) Engaging Exposition . Nashville, TN: B&H Publishing Group. Allen D (2000) A Tale of Two Roads: Homiletics and Biblical Authority. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 43(3): 490. Allen RJ (1997) Theology for Preaching: Authority, Truth and Knowledge of God in a Postmodern Ethos . Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press. Fosdick HE (2004) What’s the Matter with Preaching? In Graves M (ed) What’s the Matter with Preaching Today . Louisville, KY: Westminster John Know. Henry CFH (1948) The Protestant Dilemma. Grand Rapids, MI: Wm B

deliver continuous services for pregnancy, labor, and postpartum periods. Obstetricians are primarily responsible for managing parturient women at high risk. 1 In recent decades, increasingly more nations have granted prescriptive authority to nurses and midwives, including the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Sweden. 2 The prescriptive authority of nurses was the most-discussed topic at the 2017 International Council of Nurses Congress. The studies suggested that prescriptive authority allows nurses and midwives more

(2007). Port reform in Australia; regulation constraints on efficiency, Marit. Pol. Mgmt. 34(2), 107-119. [8] Robinson, R. (2007). Regulating efficiency into port-oriented chain systems: export coal through the Dalrmple Bay terminal, Austrial, Marit. Pol. Mgmt 34(2), 89-106. The NPA Act (1954) as Amended [9] Goss, R. O. (1990). Economic Policies and seaports: are ports authority necessary, Marit. Pol. Mgmt., 17, (4), 257-271. [10] Debrie, J., Lavaud-Letilleul, V. & Parola, F. (2013). Shaping port governance: the territorial trajectories of reform. Journal of Transport

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Libertarianism has a problem, perhaps an insurmountable one, and its problem lies squarely in the domain from which it is sourced: the intellectual and political elite of the West. As such, it rests on an ontological viewpoint far outside the purview and experience of quotidian man. Furthermore, it rests on an epistemology of the person as sovereign, Natural Law, which requires a concomitant education or understanding of the Classics, or at least self-awareness and the ability to think logically. Many non-intellectuals are either uninterested or incapable of following the Libertarian arguments of personal sovereignty and instead submit. This unconscious submission to the authority of a government, father figure, or other self-appointed “authority” relieves the individual of the psychological pain of breaking out of the herd. C. G. Jung (1875-1961) was adamant that to be an individual is a radical act: “To develop one’s own personality is indeed an unpopular undertaking, a deviation that is highly uncongenial to the herd, an eccentricity smelling of the cenobite, as it seems to the outsider [11, Para. 298]. Further, Alexander Hamilton (1755 or 1747-1804) noted that the elite are more than happy to have the masses submit to their authority without question as it advances their control: “a fondness for power is implanted in most men, and it is natural to abuse it when acquired” [9]. The rest of this article explores this psychosis of authority and how Libertarianism suffers in popularity as a result.

Organizational Arrangement of an Administrative Authority as a Prerequisite to a Due Administration of Competence (presented on the Council for Radio and Television Broacasting) 1 Olga Pouperová2 Faculty of Law, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic email: olga.pouperova@upol.cz POUPEROVÁ, Olga. Organizational Arrangement of an Administrative Autho- rity as a Prerequisite to a Due Administration of Competence (presented on the Council for Radio and Television Broacasting). International and Comparative Law Review, 2013, Vol. 13., No. 2, pp. 51–65. DOI

Students Relationships and Teacher's Authority as Axiological, Ethical, Pedagogical, Social and Psychological Problems

The paper is focused on the research into the problems of education regarding the relations between students (bullying, competiveness and cooperation) and the decreasing teacher's authority in schools and society. We found that relations between pupils and students of elementary and secondary schools show several negative tendencies including harming each other, reduced rate of mutual sensitivity and preference of rivality to cooperation. Authority of teachers is permanently decreasing not only with pupils and students, but with parents and society, too. Society, parents and students much less value study results and wisdom, and these issues consequently influence the decreasing teacher's status. On the other hand, this behavior leads to decreasing the interest in semantic learning. The roots of these problems can be found in the postmodern crisis of Western culture, associated with severe deficiencies of the political system and market economy as well as one-sided rational orientation of Western society at the expense of the spiritual needs of man.

different historical forms Spatial organisation Monumental space dedicated to crowds Including, a wide egalitarian range of space, social dedicated events to Respect for context Space overwhelming Context-free space other elements Continuity, respecting previous solutions State of research The term ‘political power’ is crucial in this article. It is a sort of universal power, entitled to rule (authority) due to its competence and ideology, when it is commonly believed that rulers act wisely and righteously for society ( Ziembiński 1980 ). The authorities are armed with

RES 11 (2/2018), p. 170-185 DOI: 10.2478/ress-2018-0014 Conflicting Authorities. The Byzantine Symphony and the Idea of Christian Empire in Russian Orthodox Thought at the Turn of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries Adalberto Mainardi* The ideal of Byzantine symphony is still present in contemporary debate on church-state relations. A worldly notion of power interferes with a theological assessment of authority in the Church: hence the identification of the Christian empire with the kingdom of God, in a kind of a realized eschatology. This paper

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Traditional set-aside theory is subject to considerable challenges as a result of an uncompromising trend towards autonomy and internationalism in international arbitration. The silence and ambiguity of international law regarding enforcement of set-aside arbitral awards allow some states to abandon their own set-aside authority or ignore set-aside decisions made by competent courts. This article presents a range of evidence that demonstrates the enforcement of set-aside arbitral awards has become a common phenomenon. This article first introduces robust academic debates regarding set-aside authority. Then this article exposes omission and ambiguity in the legal source, which leads to confusion in enforcement proceedings of set-aside arbitral awards. This article describes and analyses selected cases and practical data in order to summarize the approaches taken by national courts when reviewing foreign set-aside decisions. Finally, this article briefly evaluates the most promising solutions to the contradictory enforcement proceedings of set-aside arbitral awards.

References Hall MJ & Strachan O (2015) Essential Evangelicalism . Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books. Henry CFH (1957) Christian Personal Ethics Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company. Henry CFH (1999) God, Revelation, and Authority , volume 1: God Who Speaks and Shows. Preliminary Considerations. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books. Henry CFH (1999) God, Revelation, and Authority , volume 4: God Who Speaks and Shows. Fifteen Theses, Part Three. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books. Henry CFH (1946) Remaking the Modern Mind. Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans