In this way, because some individuals in more intensely despotic
groups are likely to survive and reproduce, the group itself may survive (although the number of its members decreases during periods of diminished food availability).
Montesquieu also argues that despotic
fear can coexist--and even depend upon--mediating institutions, the rule of law, and a dense civil society.
It centers on obedience and fealty, submission and docility--all qualities that work well in a despotic
Remember, Julius Ceaser and Napoleon were supposed to save their republics from despotic
An extension to the Dali museum in Figueras is alive to the spirit of the dead artist whose despotic
Their courtship was kept a close secret from Elizabeth's despotic
father, of whom she stood in some fear.
Henshall emphasizes the role of consultation and consent, the absence of autocratic and despotic
They were also habitat for the large game populations that were strictly protected by despotic
territorial rulers who had the sole fight to hunt.
Alienated from zair despotic
chief executives, unable to own ze product of zair programmink, zey vill wreak a terrible vengeance on ze bourgeoisie.
This play, like many of Lope's works, is a protest against the capricious and despotic
feudal nobility and upholds the dignity of the middle class.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Mar 10 (ANI): In a veiled attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi led BJP government, senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel on Sunday said that the ensuing Lok Sabha elections will herald a new era as "five years of chaotic, despotic
and destructive dispensation will finally conclude."
The plantation was owned by a Charity Ampong at the village of Balit in San Luis town who was accused by rebels of being 'despotic
' to her workers.